quote Praetorian_LordIt's basically the same path when it comes to computer programmers. It's not a choice if that's what you love. Sadly this is the field that I will be going to in a sense. Good luck with your career in games though.quote KR_1250Wouldn't worry about it too much either way. By the time you're old enough for it to be relevant, arthritis prevelance and treatment will be so advanced as to make it virtually a non-issue.quote RoyThere is the argument that the constant use and stretching of fingers which i often do when gaming could help stave off arthritis and alleviate the painful effects later on.I completely forgot about arthritis. It's bad enough we are typing on these keyboards, so it is still a possibility, because it is considered and elderly thing, just like getting blind for some people.
Dunno how accurate that is, its a 'big up' for gaming though.
As for me, I'll be making a career out of video games, so I'm not sure I'll have a choice.
quote KokoroI think differently. I will go ahead and play on the hardest difficulty regardless of the type of game. Yeah you get frustrated sometimes but that is the thing that make games last as long as they do.quote RoyI always start my games on the easiest difficulty. After that, I may do more playthroughs on harder difficulties.Unless it is Halo, I will not usually start the game on Hard difficulty, nor will I start it on Easy, usually the medium difficulty. I mainly use my Xbox for Hulu Plus, but I still play games, but 75% less of what I was normally doing before.
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