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What kind of games do you play?
Nice gaming setup!I can't really have a gaming setup since I don't make any money and I can't really have a job(most jobs only accept 16 year olds due to some laws and I'm 15)Once I make some money, I'm looking at the Razer Blade Stealth to do some light gaming(like TF2 and maybe CSGO) and be able to carry it around in school.Whether I'll get the Razer Core though, is whether my mom will allow me to and how much it costs...
I wish I were allowed to play video games! But for now, my secret gaming set up is only for two free Windows 10 games I own.I have my own money, I'm just not allowed to spend it. If I could work over the summer, I would, but I'm 12(and will be 13 on the 31st of this month), and I think NY State requires 14 or older.
Quote from: Dudeman313 on March 22, 2016, 03:22:34 pmI wish I were allowed to play video games! But for now, my secret gaming set up is only for two free Windows 10 games I own.I have my own money, I'm just not allowed to spend it. If I could work over the summer, I would, but I'm 12(and will be 13 on the 31st of this month), and I think NY State requires 14 or older.You can't even play Nintendo games? I wish parents were not still close-minded like this about games. I mean, we're not in 1992 anymore.As for me, if I start gaming again it will most likely be Starcraft II so as long as the expansion requirements did not skyrocket compared to HotS I should be fine. And I play Minecraft.My main issue right now is my PC tends to overheat and when I play Minecraft for a while it sometimes reboots by itself. I need to clean it up >.<
Is that video game ban in place for as long as you live at your parents home? Any reason why they disallow games entirely? Is it because they fear they will hurt your grades, because they think games are too violent or because they just hate technology and wants to force you to venture into non-technology-related carreers?
I know that you are 12 and that video game violence and stuff could be a factor, since my mom was reluctant about buying me a NES even when I was 8, but still, it would suck if you were locked out of the gaming scene until you turn 18. If I was you, I would not take any chance: Save money as much as you can until you reach 18 then move out. But then university studies might be a problem since it's expensive.
I was allowed to play video games at 12 . Not that i played much, my dad runs Linux so nothing except some basic games worked and we had a timer set at 1.5h a day. I think when i turned 13 or 14 (14 iirc) i got a mini laptop. I still remember playing minecraft at max 5 fps, and running heavy Eclipse when i firsttried to make bukkit plugins. I still have it, but the HDD died
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