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I remember the days where I would have nothing to play, waiting months for the next big title to release. Now we have too many games and no time to play them.

Seems like I have more fun buying the games than actually playing them.
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With the decade long backlog I have, I will wait for a GOTY edition before I purchase this.
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With the decade long backlog I have, I will wait for a GOTY edition before I purchase this.
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With the decade long backlog I have, I will wait for a GOTY edition before I purchase this.
Same here brother, but I thought I might as well share with other people that don't want to wait or don't have a backlog.
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Same here brother, but I thought I might as well share with other people that don't want to wait or don't have a backlog.
I'm pretty sure there is no season pass so this will most likely be the only edition
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With the decade long backlog I have, I will wait for a GOTY edition before I purchase this.
I remember the days where I would have nothing to play, waiting months for the next big title to release. Now we have too many games and no time to play them.

Seems like I have more fun buying the games than actually playing them.
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I remember the days where I would have nothing to play, waiting months for the next big title to release. Now we have too many games and no time to play them.

Seems like I have more fun buying the games than actually playing them.
Holy crap, this is so true....
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I remember the days where I would have nothing to play, waiting months for the next big title to release. Now we have too many games and no time to play them.

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Truer words have never been spoken
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I get sick of games that feel like a reskin of 50 other games on the market.. this is a lot more unique, a lot more fun and really weird (in a good way). I strongly suggest skimming through some gameplay on YouTube, it's hard to explain if you've never seen it before, but again - it's unique (which is what I think a lot of gamers are looking for) and it sucks you into the story line immediately.
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I remember the days where I would have nothing to play, waiting months for the next big title to release. Now we have too many games and no time to play them.

Seems like I have more fun buying the games than actually playing them.
Preach! Every time I start to scroll through the titles in my library to finally play some game I've put off for ages, I am so overwhelmed with guilt in the money spent (regardless of how cheap it was) and feeling anxiety by seeing other titles that I'd altogether forgot I owned but wanted to play as well that I rarely finish games and tend to regularly play maybe 3 or 4.

Even when I do finally load a game I've put off playing because I don't have the time or energy to "properly" play it (Witcher 3 has been the biggest example of this), if there's a unskippable tutorial that is a chore due to complexity or length, then usually I'll commit to finish it but quit and play something else.
This habit in quitting before I actively use to any significant amount whatever the tutorial taught me virtually guarantees I'll never finish the game as anytime I come back to it, of course I remember nothing about the game mechanics so have to play the tutorial all over again...
My attention span with video games has always been in an issue for me to complete any of them but the increasing size and use of "open worlds" has taken my progression in content from a 50% average (in the early days when we could save our gameplay and not finish it in one sitting or keep the console running) to 20% lol... other than the hurdle of completely forgetting increasingly complicated game mechanics is bad enough but is a challenge that's only been a real issue with the latest generation of games.
What's always been a devil of a companion, is finally picking the most likely correct game save file and play long enough to realise I have been going in virtual circles of trying to reorient myself in exactly what I have and haven't done in the game's story which is less helped than one would expect by the absolute luxury of instantly accessible, free and quality walkthroughs...
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I've been waiting for redbox to clearance these. Good price for new!
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I get sick of games that feel like a reskin of 50 other games on the market.. this is a lot more unique, a lot more fun and really weird (in a good way). I strongly suggest skimming through some gameplay on YouTube, it's hard to explain if you've never seen it before, but again - it's unique (which is what I think a lot of gamers are looking for) and it sucks you into the story line immediately.
And now you can play it on first person
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Amazing game. Highly recommend!
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I remember the days where I would have nothing to play, waiting months for the next big title to release. Now we have too many games and no time to play them.

Seems like I have more fun buying the games than actually playing them.
Good to know I'm not the only one. Here I thought I just went and got old.
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The backlog has gotten worse with the advent of digital gaming. Downloading Xbox Games with Gold, regardless of game quality, coupled with a 4 TB hard drive doesn't help! I have 200+ games of which maybe I have played 40?

What kid of backlog are you guys experiencing?
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