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No, I mean, like 50-60. So I guess older than middle age, actually? Anyway it's not so much age as attitude. Gamers who grew up in the 60's-70's just have a different sort of mindset, which I enjoy. A lot of the tabletop wargamers I talk to are that age and it kind of feels the way the old MTG group...
I've actually tried to get into new MTG groups before, but it's not the same. All of my favourite memories are of playing with middle-aged guys (and sometimes their families), back when the game's membership skewed a lot older (which was a looonnng time ago). And yeah, I just got sick of waiting for...
It's funny because instead of giving up games I gave up TV and, to a lesser extent, movies. I find non-interactive visual media (print media, including online print, is fine, because I can read it as fast as I'm comfortable with) bores me. The occasional movie is fine... it's not like watching somet...
- Mon Aug 21, 2017 12:13 pm
- Forum: Games
- Topic: Diablo: What fresh hell is this?
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Brentai wrote:I think I would need surgery or a cybernetic arm before I can ever play Diablo again.
This is basically my problem, yeah.
One thing that's definitely changed happened is that I no longer want to have much to do with games where I wait around for some corporation to do what I want. So I play tabletop wargames or heavily moddable games like Skyrim where I can build and rebuild things as I please. The main exception are g...
- Mon Aug 21, 2017 2:52 am
- Forum: Your Facebook Timeline
- Topic: Hot Tweets Cool Treats
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You know, had this been published a decade, or even half a decade, ago, I might have brushed it off as vindictive. But over the years, looking at Joss Whedon's body of work, both in detail and in aggregate, it's become abundantly clear that he's not a feminist. This is just another nail in the coff...