Gaming time spreads like butter. Easily, but thinly. That's right. I just compared my gaming time to butter. And not the low-fat kind either. I'm talking high octane stuff.
Take THAT you video game hating, Excursion driving, soccer mom health nazis!
*Calls a cab in order to get back to the point*
Alts are horrible. Alts are wonderful. I love my witch elf, I love my sorcerer, and I'm going to end up playing around with the new tank classes when they come out.
I have alts for games too. Right now they are Fable 2, Heroes of Might and Magic 5, and the desire to play Dead Space, Fallout 3, and Chrono Trigger DS (when that comes out).
A friend of mine said that having too many games to play is a problem he can live with. I admit, of all the problems you CAN have, it's one that provides a lot of entertainment.
I just end up feeling like I should be playing WAR when I'm playing Fable or Heroes...or the feeling that I'm letting my WoW characters suffer alone in the eternal login waiting room.
(Do you ever imagine your characters playing card games while waiting for you to get off work?
Mage: "How about another game of Go Fish?"
Warlock: "How about I eat your face and feed the rest of you to my pet orc?"
Warrior: "I told you, I was only your pet for one day! One!"
Druid: "Could you guys cut it out? I'm trying to hibernate here."
Rogue: *Sneak sneak sneak* *AMBUSH!* *RUN!*
Priest: "Stupid rogue...That is the 40th set of holes you've put in my robes this week!" *Heals self*
...and then the guilt trip starts, because I know that I left them to their own devices, which are obviously not that great.)
At any rate. I still have fun playing whatever it is I'm playing, but I can't help feeling like I should be doing something else. Maybe I'll feel different when my main gets to 40 in WAR.
(26 now -- a long long way to go)
RIP Neva 2003 – 2016
6 months ago