Feb 13th 2012 12:42PM This is a great article.
It is just the opposite for me with the family and gaming. Ever since my brother and I have been out of the house and personal computers have been widely available we have always played games with our dad. I'm 43 and my brother is 41 and our dad is 67 and he has more 85's than both of us put together. We all played Quake, Unreal together. This is back when ISDN was high speed and we saved our minutes just play games and used dailup for surfing. My dad and brother started up a clan in RTCW and competed in I believe it was called cal league. When we have family get together all of sit around and usually talk about Wow. Even my uncle who is 60 and his 30 something son plays. My dad and uncle will call each other and talk about LFR, what BG they are doing the coming weekend and if they have had any major gear upgrades.
Oct 23rd 2011 10:00AM I signed up for the annual pass. I only am able to play 4-5 hours a week and that is in the middle of the night on Saturday and Sunday while I transition back to night shift for the week. So I still have loads of new content to me to see over the next year.
I want to say that the Wow Insider coverage has been great. From the live stream Thursday night (made my night at work go by a lot faster), to twitter (never know what Fox Van Allen is going to post) and also the live blogs (constantly checking them while out with the wife on her furniture buying spree). All of you deserve 5 stars for your coverage.
May 5th 2010 7:52PM What is ironic is most reporters are addicted to there job. They work crazy hours and want to be first with an epic story. Spend weeks away from the family. Sounds like an addiction to me.
Nov 24th 2009 8:34PM sign me up