If he wants to lecture Phoebe, he should do it right now. Don’t wait.
I do the same with all RPGs, starting with Super Mario RPG. Then came Mario & Luigi where you can dodge and counter attacks. Nintendo is brilliant!
I’d a lot rather ride a unicorn than play a video game any day.
Pfft. Delayed gratification is one of those lies that adults tell, like “if you drink coffee, it’ll stunt your growth” or “Doing your homework builds character.”
Doing so on Dragon Quest of the Stars, Pokémon Shuffle and Pokémon Crystal.
I feel your pain Ethan (again name of Phoebe’s dad).
Just get the modded version, Dad, and get your life back.
I’m allergic to MMORPGS. I had enough grinding in the real world.
She still young. She will learn.
That’s why I hate RPGs… except Child of Light… and Chrono Trigger.
The true test of a gamer. Grinding.
This is why I don’t play games like that—I don’t have the patience for grinding.
Whatever happened to the days when you could just jump into a game and play it through to completion with the only thing you needed was skill and the personal knowledge of how to work the controls?
Reminds me of the days I was playing Diablo and got tired of the grind. Eventually just found some cheats, became God-like and had a lot more fun.
“Delayed gratification” is one thing, but this sounds a lot more like just turning play into a chore.
He’s in the zone, I think.
Bringing back memories of Zelda II.
Grinding in front of your daughter? Shame on you! (What? Oh, different kind of grinding.)
I appreciate grinding. I’m not the strongest gamer in the world, and any game that lets you level up so that you can earn the ability to win is great. It sure beats quitting the game. And let’s not mention “pay to win” games. You can cram your 1500 gems for $99 up your…
“Ride My Unicorn” was a song by the Moody Blues, right?
Dad grinding:boredMe grinding Fortnite:“AAAH OOH OH JEEZ AAAAAH”
Video games > unicorns
That is me playing mario 3d world trying to get to the final level
Pokemon in a nutshell… BUT IT’S STILL FUN!