Watched the intro, could already tell it was going to be annoying.
Also, I really don't care what others think nor do I need to be judged for having several, several games
I don't collect games, but I do have a collection if that makes any sense.
Makes perfect sense to me man, I'm the same way. I don't sell games (or systems) so naturally they add up over time.
If I'm really done with a game and am sure I'm not going to play it again, I'll give it to a friend, but only if they express interest in it in the first place.
These two, basically. I won't really go out of my way to buy an old game worth lots of money or something, but my collection just grows. You can take a look at my shelf and pretty easily discern my tastes over different periods of time.
Honestly, it's kinda like a look at my own life, which is fitting because gaming is a part of my life.
Lmao at how defensive people are getting over that video. I thought it was interesting. I collected games a lot when I was younger and it was probably as I thought they were more valuable than they really were. If you get stuck in the video game scene you tend to lose a sense of proportion and think random copies of some N64 game like blast corps actually mean anything in the grand scheme of things. Guess that's why you get this illogical sense of pain when you get rid of them.