Almost 8 years after its release I finally "Get" Skyrim
Still WAY TOO MANY GAMES even at the 75% filter
Once a week I generally purchase all games on sale at 2.99 or less regardless of completion percentage. I just keep stacking up on games i'll never finish or get too.
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I usually stick to less than $10.
It hurts a little bit every time I think about the backlog. And I’m still adding more than I can complete
As another example, let’s take the touryst, simple game and sort of enjoyable, nothing groundbreaking 75% off would be 5$
Is it worth stacking up multiple games of similar (or less) caliber in an ever growing mountain for a moderately enjoyable experience?
If it were like that, then I’d say no, but there’s something about collecting as many as possible that makes it hard for me to not buy extremely discounted games
Ask yourself what is my interest level in this? Am I playing for the achievements only? I don't like to support terrible games. It will just feed developers make more.
I also try to stick to $10 or less for games not on my radar. How much I pay under that will be based on my interest level.
If your backlog is growing faster than you're completing it's time to pump the brakes. Not that I am, but it's what I should do.
I’ve given it a lot of thought throughout the day. Sorry blue slime, I will probably continue my current method of choosing what I buy. This is what I plan to get:
Aven colony, we are the dwarves (so bad its peaked my interest), state of mind, riverbond, planet of the eyes, furwind, penarium, formula retro racing, AER memoriesof old
I have reviewed each and every one of these games and I genuinely believe I can enjoy them when I get around to playing them in 2059
Then don't forget to play Metro in 2033 and set a reminder for Cyberpunk in 2077!
Still on track for 3,000,000 this year.
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