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Thursday Chat: April 9

Are you waiting on something new? How often do you game? Are you a dedicated once a day person or a more casual player? Does one game often suck up all your time or do you prefer to flit between different titles?

Let's Chat!

Edited On 09 Apr, 2015

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Turniplord 2 years ago
I'm getting fed up with the amount of games I have haha! I've just gone back and platinumed a few and 100% a few free PSN games like stick it to the man. need to start finishing what I start. I have 3 shelves full of PS4, Vita and Wii U games that i've barely touched.
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RTLF 2 years ago
You are not the only one with this problem :)
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Kwan 2 years ago
I'm likely to do a bit of gaming every single day, some days I will have a 1 - 2 hour session and then on others it'll just be a quick round on the vita. If it's the right game then it'll suck up all my time, i.e. bloodborne.
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Loli-Nox-Tan 2 years ago
Just won a Talisman: Digital Edition key from Playfire so if anyone here wants it then hit me up http://www.greenmangaming.com/s/gb/en/pc/games/indie/talisman-digital-edition/#item-s6
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superniceguy 2 years ago
I play when I can, but keeping up with my TV takes up most my time. I am starting to get fed up of TV atm, and focus on gaming more. My gaming is first prioritised with Xbox challenge achievements, and trying to get them before they expire, and then anything goes. I have been logging in daily to Project Spark which only takes a few mins to gain some daily login XP and play Treasure Trove. I also log in daily to Lord of the Rings Online to open the Hobbit Presents. When I rent a game, I do focus on that until I have completed it enough as I am willing to go with it, to send it back ASAP for another. When I buy games, they can sit unplayed for years. With the stars catalogue ending soon, I have been going through all my Nintendo games, registering them, and a load have expired.

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