What’s on your Gaming Christmas Wish List?


We’re already almost a week into December, inching closer and closer to Christmas. I can hardly believe it! This year seems to have absolutely flown by. It seems the older I get, the faster time moves. I have been thinking about what video game related things I would like for Christmas this year and the answer is … very little! Aside from my steam wish list, I have had a very good (or very bad depending on how you look at it) year in terms of video games, so there’s not much on my list. As an example:

  • I had to replace my entire PC when I moved, so I don’t need any computer parts.
  • The only game I really REALLY wanted this year was Sims 4 (which I was gifted)

Those were my two major ‘wants’ for this year. Everything else is just icing on a pretty fantastic year. I played ArcheAge for a while (loved it, but in the end it just wasn’t for me), still play WildStar, still enjoy World of Warcraft, and dabble in Wurm Online (how odd that my top three games all begin with a W).

The only thing I still REALLY want is something that I haven’t been able to find anywhere, and that’s more time to be able to play the amazing games I have in my library.

What about everyone else? Is there a game or device you really want? Did you manage to have a stellar year? Let me know in comments! As always, happy gaming, no matter where you find yourself.

1 Response to What’s on your Gaming Christmas Wish List?

  1. Ktzala says:

    I am glad this year has been good for you :)

    You know, I liked Archeage a lot until I hit level 50 and the only left thing to do was to find a big guild so I could participate in other things, that didn’t work for me. So I am back in WoW and loving it, haven’t tried Wildstar and Wurm online tho, they seem like fun.

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