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3 years ago#11
aPimp_named_leE posted...
pick a game, beat it, pick another game, beat it, pick another game, etc.

save the long rpgs for last since they take up the most time and going on a break could really mess up the story's pace and feel (forgotten plot points, objectives, combat knowledge, etc.)

This. If I'm playing a long RPG, I'll make sure to get in at least an hour every day.
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3 years ago#12
So it is best to just tackle the shorter stuff first...then move on.

I get a lot of "don't buy anymore" replies but I digress...I got and still get a lot of games as presents...
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3 years ago#13
Start selling. Otherwise you'll hate gaming. I can't do more than 3 at a time or it becomes work and forced experiences which are never as good.

Just sold $350 worth of stuff I wouldn't every play again, and now I have the ps4 mostly paid off
3 years ago#14
If you have games like cod of sports games you play online with friends don't quit them but cut back as much as you can
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3 years ago#16
Figure it out for yourself, TC.
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3 years ago#17
TC, you need to accept that there isn't enough time in a day to have a backlog. Some games you won't get a chance to play
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