I have come to realize that right now at this very moment there are so many new things to be interested in. Over the past few months as well as the coming few there have been (or will be) some major gaming releases; To name a few, Overwatch, Battlefield One, CoD: Infinite Warfare, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and so on. The other thing i have noticed is that these games are increasingly expensive! The games that fall under my purview while wildly interesting are also wildly expensive! How does a person who has significant financial responsibility keep up with the ever changing times without falling into the dismal pit that is debt? *Sits and reminisces about a time when complete games were less than forty while dollars.* That would be the thing I want the answer to most! “Make it a job!” they say! In a overly saturated market? Also more jobs are not fun when gaming is an escape from your actual job. Noted and over it. Why oh why must the market price of new games that don’t include all content or make you pay immediately for the rest of the content be priced above sixty dollars. I don’t get it. I guess gaming is just going the way of all other hobbies where entrance is going to cost an arm and half of your joystick. Gaming, if you think about it, is worse than other hobbies if you think about it. Take R/C cars; high entrance cost but then that’s it. Gaming? No way. You wanna play? Oh ok! 60 bucks every time the new shiney games come out. Sucks. Oh well. Then it gets worse. Personally I myself am part of a few communities. You know what’s coming. The y all cant agree on one game. To keep up with these group peoples, many of whom I consider close friends, I must be up to date with…..everything. I get it. Not everyone has the same taste, but c’mon…. Even the moths in my wallet are starving. To wrap up a wrant, would the gaming industries just throw us games a bone? Please? Ill be good, and wash the dishes, and walk the dog and change the litter and wash the walls and make my payments on time and wipe your ass with 100 dollar bills and…..