Bit Cultures writes: At some point over the past few years, I came to a realization. I will be playing video games for the rest of my life. It’s an interesting thought. Our generation has available to it an entirely new branch of interests and hobbies related to digital entertainment that simply didn’t exist 30 years ago. Video games are a just hobby no different than reading, watching tv or movies, or playing board games. Playing games is one of my most favorite hobbies. I recently became engaged. Part of being in a committed relationship involves sharing your interests with each other. My fiancé and I play games together, but she isn’t a gamer per se. I didn’t just throw a controller in her hand and drop her into The Witcher 3, nor did I set her up as a priest and make her my pocket healer in World of Warcraft. I choose the games we play carefully so that she actually enjoys them. If you have a significant other who isn’t a gamer, but you’d like to enjoy a video game with them once in a while, here are some tips that might help you find success.