The Binding of Isaac Rebirth

GoNintendo 'End of Day' thought - How long are your gaming sessions?



Monday, you always suck. You signal the start of the work week. No matter how great your job is, you'll eventually hit a point where Monday morning just plain stinks! At least it's over and the weekend is on its way. Let's work hard so we can play hard! See you in a few, short hours.

There are SO many great games out there right now. That goes for every platform on the market. Just about every system has gotten some major software in the last few weeks. It's so nice to see the Wii U really motoring along with some top-notch fun. LEGO City Undercover and Monster Hunter 3 Ultimate are two high-caliber titles that offer up ridiculous amounts of play.

As usual, there's never enough time in the day to play when you want. You have to fit in your gaming time whenever you get the chance to do so. Sometimes that means staying up a little too late. Other times that means using your weekend to cram as much gaming in as possible. Binge sessions are the way of busy kids and adults!

That's usually how my gaming sessions go, but my body has always had a limit. I've marveled at people that play games all day long. I just don't know how people do it. Lube cam play a game from sun up to sun down, with bathroom breaks and meals the only thing stopping him. I just don't think that's in my genetic makeup!

I can play a game for a good 3-4 hours before some sort of fatigue sets in. Usually I get tired eyes or a slight headache. It's enough to ruin my enjoyment of the game, so I know I should cut my losses and turn things off. If I keep pushing, things only get worse and I tie those negative feelings to the game itself. It's best if I just get in a good 3-hour session and then call it a day.

What's your personal limit? How long do you normally sit and play games? How many hours do you think you put in a week?

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