12 game backlog and final exams will do that to any game
but at least it's here. I'm quite happy --- El Psy Congroo Currently Playing: Fire Emblem: Awakening, Metroid: Other M, Phoenix Wright Ace Attorney: Justice For All, Devil Survivor: Overclocked, Madworld
"Why not just push one of those backlog games aside and replace with this game? From what I've played, it's freaking awesome and seems like a very unique dungeon crawler."
This. I've done 5 towers and this game is really quite cool. It's not amazing, but it's really a lot of fun, with an interesting setup/concept that drives the story. Gameplay is solid enough as well to keep things going, and the puzzles so far are enough to keep you thinking a bit, but not too tough to be overly frustrating, which I really like. --- To the mattresses. PSN: Justice_98405, Xbox Live: Justice98405
"How does one get a 12 game backlog, do you play through games very slowly, or are you super-rich? XD"
12 games is NOTHING. Over my PS3, 360, Wii and Wii U (Gamecube as well through my Wii), Vita and 3DS XL AND PC, I've got over 200 games total, and many of them are 'unfinished'. LOL. I don't have a lot of expenses in my life, and I don't have any dependants, so it's easy to buy games often. --- To the mattresses. PSN: Justice_98405, Xbox Live: Justice98405
Some people must just be game hoarders. I never have more than a 3-game backlog, and I go through games pretty slow most of the time (I think it took me 3-4 months to beat Xenoblade). You could even wait and get it at a lower price...except Xenoblade :(
I could understand wanting to support a company though by buying more game than you can beat at full price. EA doesn't exactly need my support but a no-name like Ganbarion (is that even right? Lol) sure could.