Rabbit: So how do you even have time to play Dragon Age anyway?
Tiger: Oh geez, it’s pretty hard to fit in, especially since we really only play video games on Saturday anymore.
Rabbit: Or the Friday night benders I know you do.
Tiger: Yeah, yeah, those too. I really feel like when I play DAI, it’s a lot less “I want to finish this mission” and more “let’s see what I can experience today” type of mentality. I find that playing games like DAI, and yes, TES-
Rabbit: ^sticks out tongue^ Pssht.
Tiger: -that can take over a hundred hours to play through, that I really just make my play time about what I want to do or experience versus trying to accomplish set goals. I really enjoy spending a few hours in Thedas or Skyrim and going where ever my adventures lead me. You on the other hand…
Rabbit: Cram as much gaming as possible into the few hours I have to spare. Yes, I like maximizing what I can accomplish. I always try to reach certain benchmarks before the weekend is over, that way I can plan on beating a game by a certain date.
Tiger: You know it’s kind of strange that you have the more laid-back personality yet you burn through your games so quickly.
Rabbit: And you’re high-strung in real life yet you just chillax in all of your games.
Tiger: Hey, I’m not high-strung I just like to make sure everything is planned out ahead of time.
Rabbit: You plan your life down to the second; that to me is high-strung.
Tiger: Well, I don’t like to wing it like you do. Never thinking ahead, always expecting it to just “work out” in the end.
Rabbit: At least I know I’ll beat my video games, eventually. You may never beat DAI.
Tiger: I bet you I can and I will.
Rabbit: You’re on! Loser has to make a cake for the winner.
Tiger: Wait, that just benefits you either way.
Rabbit: It’s a deal!