I give up…

Not on this blog (though you wouldn’t know it by the lack of updates), but on trying to stay up on games in general. There’s just too much to pay attention to these days. I don’t have the money to buy a Wii or a XBox 360, but I don’t have the time to play with them anyway. Even if I was considering a PS3, I certainly don’t have the cash to pick up an HDTV anytime soon to make use of it (so far, Blu-Ray seems to be its main advantage). And I still have five games sitting around waiting for me to be done with class projects.
So that’s it. I’m not even going to worry anymore what the hot new release is and try to remember what the hell its name was when I finally finish the last six games I want to try out. When I want something new to play, I’ll just lurk around the net and see what people are talking about that day, because I can’t freaking stand it anymore. There are just too many things to play and too little time.

Sigh.

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One Response to I give up…

  1. Robert says:

    I wouldn’t get too worried about some of this stuff. About two years ago I went shopping for Plasma TVs and was really disappointed. Great for static images but the images shadowed horribly on movement. Despite the pixel density, the quality was far worse than my ancient (OK 8 years) cathode ray TV. Then the next big thing was LCD (generation 1, then generation 2,…). Likewise, aside from pixels, still don’t match old technology. And the prices have fallen a lot in the meantime. By the time quality is good, the prices will be reasonable. I suspect that by next year something similar will happen with XBOX360; the next generation which is far better will be out and possibly half the price.

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