>Tfw video games aren't enjoyable anymore.
One of my main escapes and source of pleasure in life and I can't even fucking enjoy them anymore. When will the depression go away?
Maybe I should read books now?
Actually, I stopped enjoying video games not too long ago too.
I picked up reading funnily enough. I'm pretty into books now and overall, I've been spending more time of my day dedicated to just listening to music.
I think I'm going to start reading book. It sounds very cozy.
But my issue with reading is the room is just very quiet. Do people normally play music of any kind while reading?
My 2 book I have to start with are the hobbit and the witcher.
Video games are one of the few things I like. My interest in them comes and goes though. I usually play a couple hours a day still but I don't sit there for a week playing a game through and through anymore...
I usually just play my childhood games over again... The very games I played back when I could feel something.
>I usually just play my childhood games over again... The very games I played back when I could feel something.
I can definitely relate to this. I've replayed some game so many times becaue they make me happy going back to that world and not a lot of other games can compare.
RDR is one of them. I might just replay that...
I often am listening to music, but, it's mostly instrumental stuff. I also kind of try to pick something that will make the reading experience better.
Like something that "matches the mood".
>26 and still loving vidya
It's great. I don't know if I should restart DaS or continue my party in Wasteland 2: DC; I've also been entertaining the idea of replaying the Guild Wars campaigns as a Necro and perhaps title farming (though unlikely to achieve GWAMM even if that is the overall "goal") if I keep interest.
It's up to you anon, when I read (past) books I used to read them in school, on the train, and at night so all times and background noise levels. I found that if you are really into a book, you won't even hear whats going on, you will imagine the scenes in your head as you read, hear the voices, the sounds and 'see' what's going on as you read.
I really should start reading again too
Yep, I do.
Although, I often forget all about it really, I just stress out in the silence, much like you seem to.
You do end up being able to focus on the book and you start living that reality (music doesn't stand out by this point).
Being NEET is your problem in life. If you are a stereotypical NEET, I'm sure you don't enjoy anything anymore. Obligations are required to contrast and put value to your leisure time.