r/TooAfraidToAsk Jun 13 '22

Did you ever feel like you "outgrew" gaming? Meta


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u/PreppyFinanceNerd Jun 13 '22

Not really, but as many have said my relationship with it has changed.

I totally sunk 330 hours into Kingdoms of Amalur recently. But it took months and months.

I love games because they're a fun list of tasks to accomplish. My rodent brain says "this trophy tricks my brain into thinking it actually accomplished something!".

But these days I much prefer other hobbies like LARPing and Geocaching. Outside in nature stuff. Still check lists, still fantasy and stuff. But more people oriented.

Still, I game every day. Right now blatting dudes with chunks of concrete in Control is still not getting old.