Not silly at all. All through my childhood into my teens games were a bonding experience with family and friends right from the NES as I watch ed and got to play 10% of the time as a small child to my first console the ps1 and Ps2 heading into puberty and beyond right to it's third iteration as a teenager and legal adult. It's always been an emotional hook which has nurtured some of my fondest, safest, warmest and impactful memories with others and even by myself. That is until the ps4 where I've become a mostly reclusive gamer in adulthood in person, some sparce online gaming or borrowing/lending games and hardware is about as close as it gets to those days of huddling/fighting/bonding around a screen as a child or relaxing/partying/recovering around a screen as a young adult. Vgchartz is mostly where I chat games now a good 90% of the time, I'd say it's the replacment for that.
So no. Not silly at all. And welcome to Vgchartz.
That's sweet, it's nice that you're able to bond with your friends and family by gaming . It creates a lot of good memories.
And thanks (:
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