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Originally posted by Henop
I have concerns about my brother, who is 23. I don't know the name of the particular war game he plays, but he spends his whole day in his room in front of his computer smoking pot and getting way too into the whole war vibe.
Originally posted by Copernicus
I played WoW for 10 weeks and I enjoyed it, but when realizing it was all a never-ending hamster wheel where Blizzard would simply put in new items every now and then, I lost interest in it. Why spend my time hunting virtual items when the hunt will never be over? The hunt wasnt even enjoyable anymore after so many weeks, it was just a chore.
Also you need to level your character so it can enter the best dungerons, and thats a hamster wheel in itself, constantly trying to get experience points by doing monotone boring quests or killing monsters so your character levels. The game is built up to be a grind that never ends.
[edit on 2-8-2009 by Copernicus]
Originally posted by skeetontheconspiracy
IMHO, all the first person shooters are to prepare the next generation for hte next world war which will be taking place in/around 2013.
The war to end all wars
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