I am now 30. As of yesterday, I can no longer say I'm a twenty-something. Its been 16 years since I got my first computer, and also 16 years since I started in the world of gaming (it was computer games, back then). It was in 2007 when I got my first Xbox 360 and "graduated" to console games...now that it broke I'm back to computer games. How long have you played computer/video games?
This Week's Trivia
A hallmark is a stamp that is put on jewelry (commonly on the inside band of rings, though it appears on earrings and necklaces, too) that shows you who made it, and if there are certain stones or valuable metals in its making. "CZ" means Cubic Zirconia (a very sparkly man-made gem that is very commonly used as faux diamonds for that same sparkle), or "92.5" means its sterling silver, the highest silver content you can get.
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Has time ever slipped you by and you wondered "Hey...how did that happen?"
- You don't know what time is (you'll be mighty surprised then when you get old and that time you never knew worked its magic) and just hours or minutes. You're lucky. I still wonder where my teen years went, and that ended 11 years ago.
- Man, I know where you're coming from, too. I'm going to be 40 before I know it (only ten years before the big 4-0! Ugh...).
In a (more recent) Fallout game, how much in-game time passes during your normal play?
- You don't notice the passing of in-game days (not hard, if you spend lots of time indoors) and more than three days. Where did those 36 hours go? Fighting mutants? Gambling the time away?
- It varies. If I was looking for something in particular at merchants, I fast-traveled and waited a lot, so lots of time was gone when I finally got what I wanted.
- Tons of days. You either use tons of fast-travel and/or waiting or you have a very long time you can play Fallout.
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