Yeah, me too, though usually that's from bundles. I buy a bundle because I see one game I want in that bundle, and then I get the rest and forget about it.
6 months later I'm looking at the list of games and going "when did I buy that?" --- http://badges.mypersonality.info/badge/0/19/193056.png http://www.speedtest.net/result/2309944238.png
#32zxelmanPosted 11/7/2013 10:34:18 AM
I've seen a lot of extremists, but never could imagine how someone could amass 3000 games and play all of them. There's just not enough time it feels. I guess it's a progressive task, but I can only seem to play the games I feel like playing. I'm not so addicted to that new game feel that some people seem to get. I only get really happy finally getting a game I've been wanting for months/years.
#33JonWood007Posted 11/7/2013 10:36:49 AM
I play every game I buy, or at least try it for a couple hours to see if I like it if it wasn't something I KNEW I would enjoy.
There isn't any point in spending my cash on media I'm not going to experience.
I won't buy something I don't plan on using or enjoying. --- Desktop: Phenom II X4 965 | 8 GB DDR3 | HD 5850 | 1 TB HDD | W7 | 650W Antec | 1600x900 Laptop: A6 3400m | 4 GB DDR3 | HD 6520g | 500 GB HDD | W7 | 1366x768
#34BkongoPosted 11/7/2013 11:15:11 AM
I've been working my way through my backlog rather than buying too many new games. Playing games on steam, what a concept!