We’ll keep this quick because we need to go back to Diablo III. (Ha ha! Just kidding.) (Maybe.)
The way it works is we wake up, brush our teeth, take a shower, and then go to work. While at work, we’re totally demoralized, unless of course, our job is to sit at some CEO’s desk up in a skyscraper and think about how much money you’re making just to sit at a mahogany desk in a space-age chair. Even if our job was something like that, though, we’d still spend a lot of time wondering why we don’t just quit our jobs and play video games all day. Then reality kicks in and we realize that money doesn’t make itself (unless, of course, we have the cushy CEO job) and video games aren’t much use if we run out of money and starve to death.
Then we go home, make some dinner, and turn on the TV or PC or what have you. We wonder if there’s more to life than this, and then discard philosophical waxing in favor of Mad World or Wii Sports or Nintendogs or something equally mindless. But then suddenly it’s 11pm and we have to go to bed, or else we won’t wake up in time with enough rest for work. And it’s not a Friday and we cry a little inside.
At least, that’s the way it works for some people. But video games are important, too, right? So this week, dear readers, we’re going to find out how much you play. It’s okay. We won’t judge you. And if you play 0 hours a week, the hug station is right over there. By the toiletries.