I have been considering quitting video games for quite some time, and here is why: Remasters, and re-imaginings of classic games. I haven't played one yet that sucks me back into a video game that I played ten to twenty years ago, This goes for anything from Zelda: Wind Waker, to Crash Bandicoot. Shadow of the Colossus was a bust. I think it is a good way to introduce younger players to games that were before their time, but with Resident Evil 2, and Final Fantasy VII etc.---I am over it. Been there done that, and I have the original. The re-imagining, and remastered game trend seems stale for me. I think it is a waste of resources for the big game studios. It saddens me to see it gaining in popularity. NOTE: I can nitpick a laundry list of things I dislike about the current state of games today so I will just get to the point Here are the main reasons I'm ready to quit: Very, very few games interest me anymore. I'm talking one to two games a year(if that) that really get me excited. If I buy anything that looks decent, but not great usually turns out to be a $60 mistake. 20 minutes of playtime, and I'm done with it, so I cut out impulse buying. Yes, I know these are my tastes so I am responsible on what appeals to me, but that is the point. There are practically no games at all that remotely interest me. For crying out loud, the last game I thought was truly great was Bloodborne for the PS4. Time Finding the time to do things other than work, and life stuff is near impossible. Now more than ever I admire "pick up, and play" games. A quick game of pinball, or a 8 minute session of Joust. That is where I am at, and unfortunately usually all the time I have for gaming. The idea of starting a 100 hour game to me now is as alien as going to Mars. It just isn't going to happen, so that is that. So there are the main factors on my decision to quit gaming, and understand this is a big decision. the thought of selling all my gaming systems, and games does make me sad, but having the time, and interest to play them is key, and unfortunately those are two things lacking for me right now. How do you feel about the state of games? loving them, hating them, in between?