The
current generation of the people getting older is the generation that
grew up with videogames. They saw the rise of the Nintendo
Entertainment System, the coming of the first Playstation and they
remember back when a computer with 90 mhz of processing speed was
considered a high end gaming pc.

But
as technology evolves, so do people. You probably might be getting a
bit too old to play games, and here’s a few things that might tell
you gaming isn’t for you anymore.

You
Nodded In The Intro Of This Article

Look,
if you saw the birth of the NES and can remember back when computers
had megahertz processors, you probably have way bigger stuff on your
plate than playing videogames. It’s time to move on.

You Nodded In The Intro Of This Article |  6 Signs You’re Too Old To Be Playing Games | BrainBerries

You
Play On Easy Difficulty

Come
on. You might as well watch a movie if you’re going to play the
game for the story alone.

You Play On Easy Difficulty | 6 Signs You’re Too Old To Be Playing Games | BrainBerries

You
Have No Patience Anymore

Remember
spending weeks on a game section over a decade ago? Imagine doing
that now. If it sounds like a horrible time, gaming probably isn’t
for you anymore.

You Have No Patience Anymore |  6 Signs You’re Too Old To Be Playing Games | BrainBerries

You
Miss The Old Games

You
don’t miss the old games, you miss not being old yourself. It’s
not the nineties anymore, you have responsibilities now and Hyrule
will do perfectly fine without you.

You Miss The Old Games | 6 Signs You’re Too Old To Be Playing Games | BrainBerries

You
Used To Be Better At It

Remember
being top of your team in Counter-Strike when it just came out? Seems
like all you do in the modern CS is run around getting shot without
even seeing who did it. It’s not the game’s fault: you’ve
gotten old and you’re bad at gaming now.

You Used To Be Better At It | 6 Signs You’re Too Old To Be Playing Games | BrainBerries

You
Forget Where You Are When You Resume A Game

Sometimes you just have to let a game rest for a few weeks. Once you get older though, you’ll spend the first three days after a break trying to retrace your steps and puzzle together what you were doing and what your mission was.

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