Well, I've slowed down considerably in my FFT-A playing. I've got about 84 hours logged now, and it's been about 2.5 weeks since my last entry, so you can figure out the percentage if you really want to. Adam bought a new game, Unlimited Saga (Flash), which is made by that damnable company Square Enix (the game production company formerly know as Squaresoft). After a few days of playing that and getting a little frustrated with how difficult the game is, he went out and bought a game that will hopefully be more fun and less difficult. The new game is called P.N.03 (Product Number 03) (more Flash...). I haven't seen it yet, but the screenshots look pretty cool. Adam says it's a lot like Oni (less Flash), which I have played.
I also bought a new phone last night. It's one of those super simple corded phones that doesn't require charging. I was inspired to buy it after I got home and tried to call someone, but was unable to because both of the cordless phones were totally dead. There's nothing quite like a 03:00 run to the Wal-Mart to buy a 6 dollar phone. At least now I can use that phone in the even that the other phones run out of juice or get lost or whatever.
I also set up a MUD for a friend of mine on one of my computers. For those of you unfamiliar with the terminology, a MUD is a Multi-User Dungeon. Basically it's like one of those old text based role-playing games (i.e. Zork, Adventure, etc.) except that multiple people can connect to it and create characters which can be played simultaneously. You can also add things (rooms, objects, npcs, monsters, etc.) to the world around you if you know what you're doing and have the proper privileges. It's been an interesting learning experience so far.
Other than that, everything's the same as it ever was.
game time: 63 hrs. 56 min.
real time: ~230 hrs.
amount of time spent in game world: 28%
I guess I am slowing down.
I continue to hope that I won't become "uninteresting."
This small silver device has sucked my will to do anything besides play Final Fantasy Tactics Advance. You're lucky I can even get this much of a blog entry typed without taking a break to fight a few battles. I'm currently have almost 44 hours of gameply logged, and it's only been around 126 hours since I got it. This means that over the past 5 days or so, I've spent approximately 35% of my time playing. Don't expect me slow down any time soon.