I feel sort of the same way. I won’t play MMO’s anymore or games that are just too much of an uphill fight simply because I’m too old and that’s not fun anymore. And if I really look back, it wasn’t fun in the past either, it’s just I didn’t know better. 🙂
I’ve found in my own gaming experience that the happiest thing is to have a long queue of available games. Spiderweb Software  just came out with Avadon: The Black Fortress which I’m playing now … and on top of that, I’ve got The Witcher 2 and some fun-looking side-scroller RPG that I can’t remember the name of waiting for me.
So … Even if the game I’m on gets boring, I’ve got something to look forward to. Nothing as depressing as running out of fun stuff to play. Usually wind up falling back to Angband 🙂
-- cheetah 2017-09-24 16:14 UTC
I guess it must be the age or the actual times we live in 😊. So much to do, so little time…
I also have a few cool games I would like to play, and yet… not enough time to spare.
-- Nightwrath 2017-09-24 16:15 UTC