I finished my first game when I was 10. That, I think, was back in 2004 when I was still in grade school. It was a role-playing game -- Suikoden II -- and it was a masterpiece. I remember finishing it just right after lunch (I had to delay fighting the final boss because mom called me over to eat at the kitchen table). Looking back, I find it strange that of all the games I played, the first one I would finish was an RPG. Like, why not a fighting game? That would have been relatively easier to play through. But thinking about it, maybe it had to be an RPG. I wouldn't have had the willingness and dedication to finish a game I wasn't invested in, and an RPG was just the right type of game to immerse me in a world where I could lose myself and just play all day. This I can't say the same to a fighting game like Tekken or Street Fighter, where battles happen in quick rounds and stories are presented to you on the get-go. RPGs demanded to be experienced, and that I think was why I ended up finishing one. How about you? I'm curious about other people's experiences.