I've been working in the game business for a long time. When I entered the game industry, it was a young industry. When I started, I was in my twenties and everyone around me was my age as well. When someone turned 40, it was a big deal. Now I'm the fellow over 40 and I'm scratching my head and trying to figure out where all of these young folks have come from. When I was young, I seemed to have more free time, to do what I wanted, for as long as I wanted. The folks I worked with, fresh from college, treated work as simply an extension of their college days, practically living in the office. Now I have priorities outside of the office. In some companies, employees are asked to decide which is more important, their work or their family. To me, that is an easy question to answer. I didn't marry my job.