What I mean is where are we as consumers going? I remember times when fifty great games would come out every year, but last year (2014) all I remember are Mario Kart 8, Super Smash Brothers 4, and Far Cry 4.

This is by no means to say that I believe I live in "the wrong generation", I am aware of how fourtunate to live in the times I do, insane amounts of advancements in health, justice, and entertainment that didn't exist even 100 years ago.

The question I want to ask is, will I enjoy games less as I age?

Seems like a stupid question, but one I find interesting nonetheless.

I have seen it in the people getting older around me, more movies/TV for entertainment and less games. I know that the media may portray gamers as childish, but thanks to the advent of YouTube I can see that there are clearly older people who game.

So was last year (2014) a bad year for gaming or am I going to become less interested in games in general?

I know a lot of people reading this are older than 16 and may have an answer for me - either way, I am just rambling.

I guess it doesn't matter as long as you're having fun.

Have fun,

Hamosh (talk) 13:02, March 23, 2015 (UTC)

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