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Too Many Games, Not Enough Time: The Gaming Backlog

Gamer Living's Jack Moulder talks about something that affects many busy gamers today; Video Game Backlog.

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Emilio_Estevez1416d ago

I have the same problem, too many games and just not enough time to play them all. I'm usually playing about 3 at any given time.

Anon19741416d ago

Same here. Between making games myself and looking after two little ones, my game time is down to maybe 2 hours a week when everyone is in bed. Haven't even put in Uncharted 3 or Batman-AC yet. PSN+ is just adding to the list as well. There were a bunch of titles I wanted to play that I simply had no time for, like Just Cause 2 and Infamous 2 that I couldn't help but download once they went free on PSN+. Now they sit on my harddrive. Waiting for someone to show them some love. :)

wanderson751416d ago

Same here. I've got a pile of about 25 games (just this gen) that I keep meaning to get back to. I'll finish Final Fantasy XIII eventually. :P

stonecold31416d ago

i got 182 ps3 games and 2 download games daytona usa and mortal kombat ?

karlowma1416d ago

The biggest contributor to my backlog is definitely the seasonal Steam sales. My PC backlog currently looks like this:

Alan Wake
Alan Wake's American Nightmare
Batman: Arkham Asylum GOTY Edition
Batman: Arkham City
Darksiders
Dead Space
Deus Ex: Human Revolution
From Dust
Just Cause 2
Legend of Grimrock
Limbo
Trine
Trine 2
Two Worlds II
The Witcher 2

Those are the games that I have barely touched. There are probably 20+ more that are in various states of completion.

With so much available to me, and the means to legitimately acquire pretty much whatever I want, I find it very difficult to stick with a game for very long before moving on to something new. I call it "Gamer ADD".

Mike_Tha_Hero1416d ago

My strategy is to dedicate my gaming time to one game and focus all of my attention on beating it.

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