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  • 56% (9)
    Yes
  • 43% (7)
    No
16 Total Votes  
post #31 of 34
I'm also a Husband, Father and owner of a new business. I work all day from home and occasionally cannot face hoping online for SWOTR in the evenings. Even then I still regret nothing about my subscription. So far the experience has been fantastic and I would highly recommend it to any gamer with half an interest in Star Wars.
post #32 of 34
i have a 4 year old, live in girlfriend and a job... i also love me some swtor. I raid a couple nights a week, but it is on nights where i know my parental and boyfriend responsabilities are low.

You have to set a schedule for yourself... i am one of those people who can get wrapped up in a game and lose myself. I set aside time to play with my little girl, handle the dishes, get baths done, dinner on time... it can be a hassle but it is part of accepting that you have other responsibilities.

in any case, now my 4 year old like to run around Fleet and jump off of ledges... i set my crafting stuff and go back to whatever it was i was doing, and she thinks it is the greatest thing ever.
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post #33 of 34
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Originally Posted by Foolsmasher View Post

Aren't shooters just right click to aim and left click to fire at stuff?
I'm liking SWTOR alright but it doesn't really have me in awe the way WoW did when it came out. There's just something to WoW's atmosphere and combat that is just better to me, but I'm sick of the WoW content so I'm trying something new. It's just really freakin hard to top Blizz.

Just think about it though. Everyone goes through the same quests and level grinding. The only big difference between Borderlands and WoW is that there is an avatar lobby (aka city).
post #34 of 34
I have to agree, I used to play WoW a lot and I got addicted, but after stopping for about half a year, i started again 2 weeks ago, but now I just play 1 hour on weekdays and about 3 on week-ends, I feel left out from all my friends, but atleast I have more free time. I calculated that with all my wow time played I could have made 15-20 thousand, and thats just 3 years of playing.
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