Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Playstation 2

Every since college my video game life has ended. And that is a good thing because I tend to get obsessive and do nothing but play video games. It is really a wonder that I graduated with decent grades, hehehe. On Sunday my brother Ryan gave me his old playstation 2 and a stack of games. Right now I am playing God of War and want to do nothing else. The good thing is that I have matured enough to make sure that I get done what I need to get done first and then I play video games. I just need to make sure that I don't forget that I have a wife as well :)

Do any of you play games and if so what are you addicted to right now?

8 comments:

Jonathan said...

I play on my X-Box...I am not playing right now since the time between the start of Grad-school and the birth of our little girl is too close to waste any precious time...but, I get addicted to Star Wars and Forza Motorsports...sometimes some boxing and golf...I like to play for 10 minutes then do something productive then play some more and back and forth, then it doesn't feel like I am zoning out...my wife hates it...

Brittney Harmon said...

yeah I pretty much hate it when Danny does that zoning out thing... grrr.

ninelives said...

I stay clear from the video games. I find it does nothing but interrupts my time with my family! My wife disliking it persuades me to stay away also.

randy said...

God of War is probably my favorite game. I like the puzzles and things like that. God of War II is good also... good luck fighting yourself in the end sucka...

the CoR said...

I have no time for games. Too much Deadliest Catch to watch.

Kyle Ray Booterbaugh said...

i might be the one wife that does not object, you lucky lucky man! i can't wait to get a wii and honestly, if it wasn't for work and school, i would so be playing with you! :) and i do have my ways of not letting you forget about me ;)

colette

Adrienne Hicks said...

Yeah, I really don't mind the video games that much, Jonathan. I just like different kinds of video games than you.

We did grow up in the video game era, didn't we?

Brittney Harmon said...

I was going to argue my point... but decided not to. I understand why people like them, I'm just not one of them.