My ideal con is to hang out with existing friends while making new friends in the process of mutually enjoyable activities.
I was disappointed this podcast didn’t touch much on your romantic or family relationships.
Mind your own business.
Well you’ve certainly changed from someone who did a whole podcast episode about masturbation.
I wanted to talk about that, but we ran out of time.
“As a 36 year old I don’t have time for single player games”
I find this a really weird statement because as a 21 year old I don’t have time to constantly lose at multiplayer games.
Multiplayer games can be an opportunity to conveniently double up on gaming time and friend time.
That’s a good point and even at 28 I find the hunt for new single player games tiring. I’m pretty envious of people who play 1 or 2 MP games and don’t have to think through what to play next.
As a 39 year old, I generally just don’t enjoy multiplayer games, regardless of how much free time I may or may not have.
The amount of time I have isn’t a factor in the types of games I’ll play. Enjoyment is pretty much the sole factor.
As a 33 year old, no one will play (read: feed my insatiable appetite) Dominion with me.
I will lose to you at Dominion.
om nom nom
I’m in the same spot. I have like six or seven expansions and haven’t played in years.
HMMM scheming fingers
These days I primarily seek competition with humans in my games.
For single player experiences, I want them to either be training for the competition against humans, or else succinct high quality experiences.
I’m still very much into long single player games, though I am much pickier about them than I used to be. Unless it is something like Persona where I know for sure I will love it, or something that is very much in my wheelhouse, I don’t buy right away and wait for not only professional critical reviews but also personal testimonials from people I share tastes with.