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My Xbox One is no longer my favourite console, and my wife is no more interested in playing my favourite Xbox One games.
In fact, she may have started to get bored of playing games she used to enjoy.
And that is a big problem.
I am not a gamer.
And yet, when I am with my wife, she is no stranger to video games.
The two of us play together almost every week.
But it is a strange thing when I start to notice that she has never been able to catch up to my time playing the latest AAA games.
It is not that I am unable to play games that I know I enjoy, but my wife can’t quite catch up.
When I ask her what she is doing on her own time, she tells me that she does not like to spend too much time with her family, especially as they are still in a few months.
She is concerned about how much she will have to work and how her work schedule will affect her family.
I ask if she is playing games, and she replies: “No, not at all.
I like to work out and have a nice meal, and watch TV.
I am too busy.”
And I ask what she thinks about the Xbox games she has played.
She tells me: “I think it’s rubbish, because they are terrible.
And I have been playing them all my life.
They are all rubbish, and I would rather spend my time with my family.
And now I have my own console, I will never have the chance to play any of them.”
This is the second time I have tried to convince my wife of the benefits of the Xbox, but she is still in denial.
I have asked her what her personal experience is, and her response is: “Nothing.
I haven’t tried them yet.
I don’t have the time.”
I then ask her if she has tried them before, and if so, what was the feedback?
She tells us that she hasn’t tried any of the new Xbox games yet, and then she laughs and says, “I am sure you will have a lot of fun playing the ones I have seen”.
I try to convince her that I understand her concerns, but her response has been that she is not a fan of the games, because she is trying to enjoy them.
She says: “The games aren’t that great for me, so I am going to have to find other ways to play them.”
When I tell her that she can only play games on her console, she looks at me with a mixture of disgust and confusion.
I explain that we have bought a new computer that she will be able to use, and that we need to have some games to start playing with.
She then tells me, “That is not good enough, I need to play a game on my console.”
This time, I am quite taken aback by the response she gave me.
She explained that she played games on the Xbox one for many years and that it was one of the best consoles ever made, but now she is unable to do so because she cannot play on her new computer.
The Xbox One does not support the Xbox 360 game console, which is also very similar in terms of features.
I told her that this was not a problem that she should have to deal with.
She then told me that I should be very careful, and advised me to only play on games that are compatible with the Xbox console.
This seems like a bad idea.
I tell my wife that I want her to do exactly that, but that is not possible.
I do not want to see her frustrated, and when I tell him I am worried that she may start to get attached to the console, he tells me to just keep playing.
As I was leaving, I asked her if there were any games she was still playing, and the answer she gave was that she had not played any of these.
She said she was happy with the game library on the XBox, but when she got to play some of the newer games on my new Xbox, she did not like them.
I asked if I could play some, and of course she said yes.
I then asked her whether she would be interested in other Xbox games, which she said she would.
I explained that I was interested in watching some TV shows, and to make it clear that I did not want her watching my games, she said: “Sure.
I love watching TV.
But I can’t get into the games.”
I am still worried about her, and still hope that she decides to pick up some games.
However, this does not seem to be a concern that she cares about at all, and it has caused me a great deal of stress, and has caused her some real distress.
And while I know that she likes the games that she plays, I also know that this is not an issue