The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt

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  1. walker_2003

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    3 kids makes that harder. I do play some games that my son watches me play but witcher 3 is bit too much haha.
     
  2. power

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    sucks to be you.

    oh and my point stands, when you have a lot going on in life the only way to get time is to make it.
     
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    Go to bed later than the kids or get up earlier. Also cut back tv shows and other visual entertainment mediums whenever there is a game you want to play. TV is shit anyway.
     
  4. kreegor

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    I feel your pain! Dad of 3 here as well. How old are your kids? Mine are 9 and twin 7 year olds, you get more time when they get older.
     
  5. power

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    this is true, my mrs has all the time in the world now that i'm an adult manchild.
     
  6. walker_2003

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    3,4 and 6.

    Once they are asleep by 8ish I have some time but 2 hrs is probly Max. I'll hopefully have some time for more witcher 3. I have some other great games I'm half way through too.
     
  7. power

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    ha, ha! The truth comes out!

    a true completionist knows better than to have many half started games.
     
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  8. kreegor

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    Mine were 2 and 4 when the Witcher 3 came out. I only played Witcher 3 (apart from the occasional casual or FPS game). I reckon it took me close to a year to finish it just plugging away an hour or 2 at a time.
     
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    I hear you. Witcher II was interesting for me. My son was young and off doing his thing when Zoltan goes, "That guy's a ****!" The (then) partner was sitting next to me playing something on her computer, looked at me, frowned and I knew that my Witcher time was now limited.
     
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  10. power

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    you should watch "The Boys" with your mrs, see how many frowns you can record. :D
     
  11. chook

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    No way man. We aren't together anymore so now I can play whatever games I like and nobody can stop me.
    [​IMG]
     
  12. kreegor

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    I want to play Witcher 3 again... think it might be time to reinstall.
     
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    a fantastic little video on TW3.

     
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    I was just prompted to pick up where i left off - searching for Dettlaff.. Damn this game is just in a league of it's own. I don't want to finish it.
     

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