Aug 30 2013
I noticed past debates haven’t always been ‘choose a side’ types of question and that there are open ended ones too. I recently asked this question to a friend who is a big gamer too. Both of us answered 80% and we were shocked by how big that percentage is really. However, I looked into mine and my life is pretty much about games even when I am not playing video games. I write about video games, my entrepreneurial project revolves around it, and I even study it in school. I also talk about it with my family, friends, and co-workers. 80% sounds like a seriously big number but I guess it depends on the context.
My parents even banned me from playing video games before because they said it was destroying my life. However, they did change their minds once they knew that I don’t just sit around and play video games. I must admit though that I skipped one day of class to play BioShock: Infinite when it came out. I got an A in that class so I guess that doesn’t really matter. I used to set a strict number of hours for gaming, but Mass Effect and Skyrim would always tempt me to break (I usually do).
Let me ask you: How much time is dedicated to video games? At what point is it too much?
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