I do, and let me tell you, it is not cheap (in money or time). You'd basically have to be game obsessed (like me) to even attempt it, especially if you include miniature games. I probably spend $1,000 a month between the three hobbies. Not everybody needs (or wants) a few thousand games in their house, but even at that much per month, I'm falling behind in just about everything. Luckily, video games are shit now and kickstarters are ruining board games, so I'm okay with missing some of it.if you like games, why not play em all
Most people I talk to are primarily one type of gamer, like they are video gamers that dabble in the occasional board game, or board gamers that dabble in the occasional miniature game. It's extremely rare to meet someone who is in deep on two of them, much less all three. There's basically three communities I hang out at: here, BGG, and Dakka Dakka, and there's basically no overlap in the people I talk to even when talking about the same thing.
Like, they announced a Bloodborne board game going up on kickstarter soon, and that's something I could talk about in all three places - but it would be three very different conversations with three exclusive groups of people. The conversation here would be about how well it matches the video game, the BGG conversation would be about Eric Lang and CMON kickstarters, and over at Dakka Dakka, it would be about comparing scale and model quality with other 28mm miniatures.