As most of you know already, its rough to be a gamer these days. There are so many good games out right now its easy to get distracted. This is especially true if your open to retro gaming which can open up years of awesome backlogged titles you missed out on. If you can't find a game worthy of your time these days, you may be a bit touched in the head and should probably get that checked out. Or am I the crazy one? You tell me.
The list of games currently be played by me on a weekly basis
Fallout 3 (PC)
Dead Space (PC)
Suikoden 3 (PS2)
Armored Core (PS1)
Front Mission (DS)
Godfather:The Don's Edition (PS3)
Pixel Junk Eden (PSN)
Wipeout HD (PSN)
Mega Man 9 (PSN)
Bionic Commando:Rearmed (PSN)
Warhammer:Age of Reckoning (PC)
Left 4 Dead (PC)
Am I an idiot for still wanting an XBox360 to add even more games to my list? Do I have Gaming ADHD? Is there such a thing? What does the tooth fairy do with all of those teeth?
What I looked like when I saw this months release list
TOO MANY GAMES!
And I love it! Its one of those problems in life that you don't mind being troubled with. Like having a significant other that makes you watch movies your normally wouldn't. Or having too much beer in the fridge. These are all good problems to have. Solutions aren't necessarily needed either, thats the beauty of a good problem. You don't need to fix them, just manage them.
However, my big problem with my problem is that twelve games isn't very manageable. I should really finish a few and narrow the focus a bit. Which is hard to do when two of the twelve are open world games, and another two are online games you can never truly finish. Plus, my newly boughten copies of Valkyria Chronicles and Zelda: The Wind Waker are begging to be played, but do I dare add to this list? Playing so many games is almost exhausting!
Its a hard knock life, let me tell ya
What about you guys? Does anyone else suffer as I do? Shall we start up a support group and enjoy punch and pie with group hugs? Who out there has a bigger list to make me feel better and how are you managing it?