Um, no. I mean, you *do* have a life away from playing games on the computer, right? Family, friends, lovers...? Work? A world filled with incredible things to see, hear, do, learn?
I heard about a game once that spoke of those things you mention...
"The Sims" I think it's called...
Never played that one
Sorry for infesting the forums with my "problems" anyway
(hey I'm not so filled with problems, I'm just too much driven by my moods!
Actually I *was* kidding
, but if I try some calculations..
Well my father bought the first PC for his work when I was about 6 or 7... Apple IIc..
Yes, there *were* games for that!
I had a lot, Load Runner, Choplifter, a few text adventures...
Then came the Atari (who remembers Snoopy flying on his "plane"??)
Then the C64 of course... and those magazines sold together with 10-20 games: I bought some, played very few but of course I *tried* them all..
Then the first "real" PCs, the first cool games, EoB, Tie Fighter...who can remember them all!
Till the "new generation" of games, of which of course you play only a few (BG2...)...
But add the TONS of Coin-Ups...