posted on May, 19 2021 @ 11:36 PM
Actually remember when I got the first Mass Effect shortly after it came out. There was a huge snowstorm in Denver, so big it shut the city down. No
work. Stores weren't opening. You couldn't even drive on the roads so much snow had fallen.
Well I looked out the window in the morning after the snowstorm and saw neighbors walking with Target bags in their hands and I told my wife, "looks
like they got Target open." So I took my kid and we trudged through the snow about 8 blocks to Target and it was open, lines were to the back of the
store. We got a few things and I picked up Mass Effect to play while work was out.
I enjoyed playing through the entire trilogy. Still remember when I get to the ending of Mass Effect 3 and was just left my with jaw opened thinking,
this is it? What? That ruined it for me. I enjoyed playing it, but am not going back. Since then, I really have grown out of playing video games. They
just don't seem to hook my attention as before. Maybe I've just grown out of playing? I mean I still play a couple of games from time to time. But I
just don't have the passion like I used to. Lot's of other things to do too. And sitting around on the beach or going for a good swim seem a better
option when I have the free time. Or working on some project around the house.
edit on 19-5-2021 by MidnightHawk because: (no reason