How often do you play video games?


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Karl Sagan Profile
Karl Sagan answered

I don't play video games at all. To be honest, I think it's a waste of time. It's better to spend time pleasantly, but at the same time with benefit. I found a great bookmaker here and decided to try my hand at sports betting. I didn't have any expectations, and maybe I just got lucky, but I did make some real money.

Olivia Skumps Profile
Olivia Skumps answered

I play every day.

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Mariem Preskott Profile
Mariem Preskott answered

I play at least once per week.

Rufus Coleman Profile
Rufus Coleman , Owner of a PS4, Ps2, a gaming PC and a Nintendo Switch., answered

So, as my "Bio" implies, I've been gaming for quite a while now. Not just that, but I've been influenced by the gaming culture and I love absolutely everything about it. It's not just "playing games" that gets me going, but I love reviews, watching people's opinions, reactions, and I love finding out cool news about video games, gaming, and gaming personalities.

It's safe to say, though, that I play a LOT of games.

Hell, I still play my PS2 and some of the greater games that released on it, like the Shadow of The Colossus, Final Fantasy XII, Dragon Quest VIII, God of War and plenty others.

Now, this isn't to say that I don't dedicate my time to my job and other hobbies, and most importantly to my friends and family. But if I had to pick what my favorite hobby and interest is, it would have to be gaming.

Hell, I'm just waiting on an Xbox One X I've won on to arrive so I can start my Xbox gaming career too.

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David Patterson answered

I like playind games.

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I play everyday

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