When I was young, I loved playing video games on my Xbox 360.
That’s until my mom and I moved to San Diego, and the Xbox 360 started to lose its relevance.
In the fall of 2017, my mother, who had been living in the Bay Area for a year, told me that she was leaving.
I thought this was strange because she had been a huge Xbox fan.
She’d always been a hardcore gamer.
She didn’t even play online.
The last time I saw her play online was when I was 11 years old, she told me.
But I was already obsessed with the games she was playing, so I was excited about it.
I was hooked.
The next thing I knew, I was playing online with my friends and my wife.
When I told my wife about it, she said, “You know, I’m a big fan.”
The next year, we were living in a new house and had moved to the neighborhood where I grew up.
I had never owned a home theater before, so the first time I watched a video on my new couch, I didn’t know what to think. I didn