Which Gaming-Related Vices Polluted Your Holiday?
It’s a new year and I dole out a hearty welcome to 2014 in which another year of gaming is set to invade our lives. (Hopefully.)
Now that most of you are all back in the daily routine of whatever takes up your time, be it study-oriented or the daily grind of work, you may finally put all thoughts of the past month’s intoxicated cunnilingus and / or coition to focus on what really counts in life – gaming. (Not discounting the fact that the aforementioned activities are also needed to prolong human life on this Earth, but that is besides the point.)
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This past holiday was a strange one for me when it came to the steamy act of gaming and while my usual post-holiday rant would be about all the games I played, I am able to now fully juxtapose this past holiday if compared to previous ones saying that I hardly gamed a whole lot. Why do we want to grow up so badly when we’re young? Believe me kids, you’ll miss the simplicity of a what now seems like an undesirable life. Less time for gaming when you’re older, so don’t rush it.
Personally, I played the two released DLC’s for BioShock Infinite and quite some time spent with mobile games on my phone; the one that takes the crown will be Jetpack Joyride and the other short on its heels – Colossatron. I planned to finish most games contained within my backlog, but my advice is to not plan anything and only then will you be able to play all the games.
All of this brings me to the point in asking you about your gaming-related holiday happenings – when, where and what did all you lovely guys and gals play when responsibilities were at an all time low or did you perhaps visit a bodacious coastline where nary a piece of gaming-propelled electronics could be seen?