So lately gaming does not have the allure that it did only a few years ago. I concede that I have graduated college and do not have as much time to spend on games, but the thing that bothers me is I no longer have the excitement. While in school, I spent countless hours, some would call it an addiction (I would), on PC and console games. I played WoW, Natural Selection, Battlefield 2, CoH, RE4, and others to near exhaustion. Lately no games have sucked me in that way the earlier listed games have done. After college I bought a PS3 and now own most of the A-list games for the system. I retried WoW and initially got sucked back in for about a month, but was quickly overwhelmed and quit. I am now nervous that I will not become immersed into a game that way that I had in the past. While you can argue this a good thing, a sign of maturity, and putting away childish things; I believe that you must hold onto some of your childhood things to stay young. I know there are many older gamers on this site so what do you think is my problem? Aging with maturity? Gamer Burnout? Elitist?