Sports? Music? Marriage? These are things that you give up on when they become difficult. But video games… No, that’s something you just have to push through when things get difficult.
Okay… I really wish that previous paragraph was true (at least the part about video games). In yesteryear, people didn’t have a huge libraries of video games at their disposal, services like Steam that can offer you a lot of games at a reasonable price, or online games like Candy Crush Saga that you can play without playing a dime. When people got a new game, odds are that was the only new game you were getting for a while. If you didn’t like it, guess what? You learned to like it.
The Angry Video Game Nerd did an entire episode about how bad Back to the Future was for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It is a bad game… A bad game that I personally owned. And guess what? I learned to like it and can complete that game without losing a single life. Nowadays, if people don’t like something they can trade it in, just ignore it, or delete it from their hard drive without any long term ramifications.
In conclusion, I’m never gonna give you up, never gonna let you down, never gonna run around and desert you…