avatar! wrote:Idolores wrote:
If I had to guess, I'd charitably say 3000 hrs, though its probably more. It's an incredible game.
Yowza! you know, that's over 4 months of your life...
not judging at all! Just saying (scientists are always converting from one unit to another, it's in our blood
ps 4 months you *could* be reviewing your physics
Honestly, I could have had at least a damn Bachelors with the time I've spent playing that one single game. Ugh.
It is really good, though. Mastering the physics of how a FWD handles in comparison to a RWD or an MR is mind blowing for a gearhead like me. Still having trouble with AWD though. I just can't get used to using e-brake exclusively for turns.
Well, I'm neither one to judge nor tell other what to do. But, if you want to get a degree in physics, I would advise you to start pounding the books
Physics (be it astrophysics or other) is brutal. Getting a bachelors can be difficult enough, but getting into a good graduate program is intense. Only about 10% of applicants are accepted every year. Not that you can't do it if you have the mindset, but yeah it's very competitive -totally worth it though!