I love gaming, I wouldn't say I was bored of it, I just find most of the games I love are very very time consuming. I hate my life right now, I'm currently at university, and it sucks the life out of you, makes you resent spending all that money on a gaming computer, that after the years of being in education becomes mid range.
I'm fed up right now, I can't focus on any games as my dissertation and 15000 words of other coursework are meant to be handed in in a month.
I've not started anything, I'm contemplating giving up, I'm going mental! I don't have much of a social life now, my friends can't be bothered with me cause I'm supposed to be doing my work. I'm permanently stressed out. I don't know what to do, and my salvation that is gaming, has come to an abrupt end. I miss having free time. Even though I don't do work anyway, I end up doing nothing. AT ALL!
I feel like I've gone stupid since I've been at uni, I've not learned anything new, I've gained weight, stopped working out, stopped sorting out my own computer whenever there's a fault, I've literally, given up on life.
So yes, to answer the question, I don't really get bored of gaming, but only when I have apparent "better things" to do like university, do games bore me. I'd rather have a rubbish 9-5 job, than do this absolute trash of a course.
I study Building Surveying at Liverpool John Moores, and I feel like I've just wasted 3 years of my life. I don't even want to be a Building Surveyor, I don't want to hear the word BUILDING ever again! I hate it with a passion. I'd rather write my dissertation on how bloody dissatisfied I am with education.
To those of you in America, try doing a degree in England, and tell me you're not bored out of your face. It's not the subjects that're boring, it's the work, it has no relevance to Building Surveying as a job at all. I know nothing.
Anyone else experienced similar?