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Sorry, I kept leaning on the horn. What was I saying? Oh, right. I need to use my car to get to work. Work is how I make money. Money is how I afford hot dogs. Hot dogs are the only thing that gets me through the week. Sweet, delicious hot dogs. That, and What Are You Playing, are the only sources of joy I have left in my life.
Bonus question: Do you keep older gaming hardware (consoles or computers) in your home?
Andrew Ross (@dengarsw): Pokemon Go will get time for Saturday’s Community Day, and I’m grinding hard in Monster Hunter Stories 2’s demo. I may jump into Istaria for a little, as I had some game time added.
Man, don’t think I’ve sold a single gaming console in my life. I haven’t revisited anything beyond my Virtual Boy in at least 10 years, though I’m getting tempted to dust off my Gamecube for Mario Kart: Double Dash. It really needs a remake!
Brianna Royce (@nbrianna, blog): I won’t be gaming much this weekend – my parents are in town for the first time in a very, very long time, so we’re making the most of it. Maybe I’ll sneak in my Albion Online dailies!
We still have a PS3, and since we usually upgrade our PCs a piece or two at a time, we usually keep those older pieces on hand for a generation or two. We used a lot of it to build our kids’ computers, though, so I think we have just one bin of computer junk now. My husband is obsessed with keeping older cables for stuff “just in case” too. Somebody help me convince him to throw that stuff out!
Chris Neal (@wolfyseyes, blog): I’m finding my desire to play Final Fantasy XIV coming back, so that will certainly be a thing. I also found my return jaunt to Star Trek Online a lot of fun, so the USS Kestrel will set sail some more.
No, I don’t any old games hardware, but boy I wish I did. Or, specifically, could; space to do so is something of a premium in this tiny apartment.
Eliot Lefebvre (@Eliot_Lefebvre, blog): A bit of FFXIV and some family stuff, along with some single-player titles. I’m looking forward to a rather sedate weekend, and gently working on goals in Eorzea and other places with a long stretch of time sounds restful to me.
My wife and I keep a lot of older consoles out and hooked up, though we’ve been a bit better about pruning ones we never expect to use again over time. We still have a lot of older hardware around, though. And we are not helped one bit by mini-consoles, which encourage us to have more of these toys hooked up.
Sam Kash (@thesamkash): I’m still cracking away at Moonlighter as my current game-to-beat. I’ve also been logging in to complete my dragon bash festival dailies in Guild Wars 2 as well. I usually give dailies a hard time, but the festival ones always get me. I also read the post about Broken Ranks. I couldn’t tell if it had any substantial PvP or not but I’m thinking of checking it out and seeing if I can get into some trouble with it.
Bonus: I keep everything! I’m such a pack rat. I’ll keep old laptops, PCs, consoles, and pretty much any electronic. The number of old phones and tablets I have lying around is offensive.