Two mostly: UMvC3 and WoW. Sometimes, Dead Rising:OTR. Used to play Skyrim until I did most of the content and got her married. Not replaying that one for a long while.
A player will often play around 4-6 games per day. But a gamer will often go from 8-12 games a day, depending on the amount of time they have, what the console is, when they started and when they'll finish, their incentive, etc.
This weekend I've been playing around 8 games, mostly Crash Bandicoot and Spyro games on the Playstation. This usually happens when I'm incredibly bored, as I'm mostly on the XBOX 360 playing 6 games or so in a day. How long I stay on them, is how much the devs and publishers care for their product.
On the first day I have off, I play the Zen pin-ball on PS3, I have downloaded my own music for it. That is about once every 4 days, I play Richochet on my iPhone, I play that everyday, about 20 minutes, on my second break at work. I know it's not a video game, but I play Words with Friends every chance I get.
And when my husband plays Skyrim the popular video game, I'm a back seat driver, I kinda 'suggest' my opinion on what ever he is doing.
I really take it in spells, sometimes I'll play with my crossbow with the wii, or I won't play wii at all
I love playing video games, for me, it helps with stress.
I used to split my time between two or three at a time... but having a young kid has meant I now have much less time. So lately, I've been picking just one game at a time, and playing it only an hour or two a night.
depends on the day. If i just got a game I will spend all day playing. On a normal day, I play 1-3 different games, but some days I will play 6 different games if I just cant make up my mind. If it's something I haven't played for a while but is a really good game, I can end up not playing another game for a few days. However, there have been days when I simply play 7 or more games simply to do some achievement hunting.
by Kiki 1012 11 months ago
I understand everyone needs a hobby or a past time, but should our adult males be playing video games more than our kids!! I have an older brother, he doesn't have any kids, yet instead of doing something constructive he will play the game,PS3, from dusk til dawn.
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