Huge majority the NES/SNES/N64/Gamecube/Gameboy/GBA stuff is boxed away, out of sight. Xbox 360/Playstation 3/Wii U and my Gaming PC are all on/next to my desk with games store on shelves and stuff. Wii's just sort of lying around currently. PSP, 3DS and DS stuff are on the shelves as well
Same, if I can't get into a game I keep it and come back to it at another time hoping maybe I might get into it then.
There have been a lot of times where I just purchased a game and the mood wasn't right or there was something going in IRL that was keeping me from getting into it.
BUT the thing I guess that's my thoughts too but sometimes even with an "inconsistent stream" of other games I'm not too sure whether I will ever go back to playing it all...which makes having a copy of the game sitting there (with sometimes even little resale/trade in value) seem like a waste.
My thoughts are if I want to play games (instead of doing something else I might enjoy as well), the game must be satisfyingly enjoyable enough to worth my time playing (I don't play games to kill time). When there's so much interesting/fun things I can do why should I waste time playing an average or non-outstanding games?
I can understand playing average or non-outstanding games when you got no better things to do or run out of excellent games to play but even in that case it's more out of desperation than anything...
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I keep it. There have been quite a few times that I didn't like a game and went back to it a few months later and loved it. Best example of this for me was Mass Effect, hated it at first but once I tried it again it became my favorite game.