Yeah, it seems so. With being in my little singlplayer world, it's good to know others share your perspective. Have you given any thought to playing Mass Effect? I have it but am only an about an hour into it, so I can't verify that it's as good as the reviews. I'm looking forward to spending more time with it though. But, with the Tour de France coverage taking up a couple of hours a day, I don't know when I'll begin for real. It's on a different computer at a different house from the Witcher computer. My time is split between 2 locations and at the weekend location this time of year, a lot of time is spent outdoors. Are you playing anything else now other than Witcher?[/QUOTE]Yes, I have definite plans to play Mass Effect. In fact, both my older son and daughter-in-law [Both Gamers] have encouraged me to play it. I could actually already be playing it on one of their XBOX 360s but, they do pretty much keep them busy. So, I'll likely get the PC version soon.I have several games installed at present: I recently re-installed Morrowind and started completely from scratch again. I'm still amazed at the visual quality of this game. I also start up Oblivion from time-to-time just to keep myself familiar with my character. [I have nearly 700 hours of gameplay on it including SI, KofN, and some other mods. My character is at Level 44, head of all the guilds, factions, etc. Owns a house in every city, and a handmaid in Skingrad. ]Recently, I played through the original Mafia again. If you like an excellent story, this game is a MUST! And, if you like 30's era automobiles, it's a big plus!MikeDanger said:[Anyway, you and I seem to be kindred spirits when it comes to gaming.
Oh no. they don't. They can't. do they really????? Gods I love this game.Seeker said:you know every time I reply TW I always find something new in the game I don't remember which time I found them doing the Lumber Jack song I almost fell out of my chair
At 48, I must say Thank You Thank You Thank You ;D I'd like twelve or thirty-eight e-mails a day calling me "a mere babe", pleeezeCorylea said:Several different people have said that they're afraid they're the only "old" gamer around, which is a common concern but one that's unfounded. I'm 50, and I know other gamers who are 52 and 55, so you guys in your 40's are mere babes.
Hope you enjoy that 5th kid, Kemo. Seems like the last one is always my favorite ...DyreStraits said:All you guys and gals seem to be mere 'babes' to me. I'll be 60 this year. I've got 4 kids, 5 grandkids, and another due in September.
Nice to see a mere babe has joined the board. Uhhh. Know anything about green latex? (*chuckles ... it's an inside joke, Xantia. and unfortunately, it is NOT on youDyreStraits said:At 48, I must say Thank You Thank You Thank You ;D I'd like twelve or thirty-eight e-mails a day calling me "a mere babe", pleeezeDyreStraits said:Several different people have said that they're afraid they're the only "old" gamer around, which is a common concern but one that's unfounded. I'm 50, and I know other gamers who are 52 and 55, so you guys in your 40's are mere babes.
About a decade ago my area experienced a severe water shortage due to drought. The authorities not only banned swimming pools, lawn watering and car washing, but they actually set up distribution centers at shopping plaza's and malls where citizens could get free bricks to place in their toilets tanks to help conserve water by displacing some of it on the re-fill. A local entertainer zoomed to popularity by writing this little ditty that EVERY school kid walked around singing once it hit the radio stations ..."If it's yellow ... let it mellow ... if its brown flush it down butif it's bluuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuueeeeeeee?What do you do?"DyreStraits said:so does this make 'brown" the new "green" ? ;D