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    Borderlands 2, GTA V, Last of Us and Stick of Truth

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    Mass Effect. Not being an arse this time round. Also messing about with Octodad: Dadliest Catch because I needed to play something stupid after finishing South Park: The Stick Of Truth. I'm well impressed by the voice acting. Fine wublublubing.
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    Had a GTAV binge for a week until I got The Amazing Spider-Man 2. Beat the main story the other day but still having fun swinging around and trying to get 100%.

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    Persona 4 on PSN

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    LEGO Marvel Superheroes

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    GTA IV still exploring...

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    Defiance on 360

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    Recently began playing "The Witcher Enhanced Edition" again. I remember back years ago this game was one of the reasons I really wanted to upgrade my PC in order to play it, but it took me until 2011 until I did, and then I was only able to play the first chapter when the PC I was on messed up and I lost everything on it, and I never got around to playing it again. Since I bought it on Steam I finally got around to playing again, and I am just getting to the same part I was before I had to stop playing(early in chapter one after you beat the cockatrice). So far I am enjoying it. I was looking for a nice role playing fantasy game to play. In some ways the game feels a bit overwhelming, even though I am used to playing games like Skyrim, etc. where you have a lot of options.

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    Currently splitting my time between Rogue Galaxy and Kingdoms of Amalur. I have a game of Pokémon Platinum going as well, but I need to trade with someone to get the Electivire and Rhyperior I want for my final team.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Surtur View Post
    Recently began playing "The Witcher Enhanced Edition" again. I remember back years ago this game was one of the reasons I really wanted to upgrade my PC in order to play it, but it took me until 2011 until I did, and then I was only able to play the first chapter when the PC I was on messed up and I lost everything on it, and I never got around to playing it again. Since I bought it on Steam I finally got around to playing again, and I am just getting to the same part I was before I had to stop playing(early in chapter one after you beat the cockatrice). So far I am enjoying it. I was looking for a nice role playing fantasy game to play. In some ways the game feels a bit overwhelming, even though I am used to playing games like Skyrim, etc. where you have a lot of options.
    I need to get around to Witcher 1 and 2. They've been sitting in my backlog for a few months. That backlog includes games like Skyrim: LE, Dishonored GOTY, Fallout 3 GOTY(played a bit on ps3), Fallout: New Vegas Complete, X-Com: Enemy Unknown/Enemy Within, Far Cry 3, AC: Revelations, AC III...sigh. I find myself playing shorter games like Limbo, Fez, Mark of the Ninja, Deadlight. I still have games like Gone Home, The Swapper, Bastion and Brother that I'm reluctant to start. Anyone else have that problem of always being reluctant to commit to a new game?

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    Quote Originally Posted by danmar85 View Post
    I need to get around to Witcher 1 and 2. They've been sitting in my backlog for a few months. That backlog includes games like Skyrim: LE, Dishonored GOTY, Fallout 3 GOTY(played a bit on ps3), Fallout: New Vegas Complete, X-Com: Enemy Unknown/Enemy Within, Far Cry 3, AC: Revelations, AC III...sigh. I find myself playing shorter games like Limbo, Fez, Mark of the Ninja, Deadlight. I still have games like Gone Home, The Swapper, Bastion and Brother that I'm reluctant to start. Anyone else have that problem of always being reluctant to commit to a new game?
    I do and having games piling up from PS+ and like 300+ games on steam makes it hard. I'll get home and wanna play something before bed and will just say screw it and throw on netflix and surf the net till i decide to call it a night.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gearsofcrabs View Post
    I do and having games piling up from PS+ and like 300+ games on steam makes it hard. I'll get home and wanna play something before bed and will just say screw it and throw on netflix and surf the net till i decide to call it a night.
    Recently I decided to cut back on buying games. What's the point of owning so many? We all know there's a limit per year for how many titles we can actually finish. Then you throw other hobbies into the mix and it becomes a juggling act. I already take advantage of 75% Steam sales so I don't overspend. What I started to do is make a spreadsheet with any game that interests me and list them by tier. List a price point I'd consider a purchase or make an actual purchase and go from there. If I hit a general cost quota for the year I just stop buying games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danmar85 View Post
    Recently I decided to cut back on buying games. What's the point of owning so many? We all know there's a limit per year for how many titles we can actually finish. Then you throw other hobbies into the mix and it becomes a juggling act. I already take advantage of 75% Steam sales so I don't overspend. What I started to do is make a spreadsheet with any game that interests me and list them by tier. List a price point I'd consider a purchase or make an actual purchase and go from there. If I hit a general cost quota for the year I just stop buying games.
    Most of the games I wind up buying are either hella cheap on steam or through bundles (mostly bundles actually). I also get free ones from steamgifts. I think the only new games I've bought recently have either been for my 3ds or for the WiiU to play with the kids.

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    I recently got back into virtual hat trading simulator, I mean TF2 again, so a lot of that.

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    Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep, Jet Set Radio (PC version) and Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked.

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