A collection of staff members from VagaryTV settle on 20 of the most anticipated titles coming in the last quarter of the year.
So, how much money would I need if I wanted, say, all 20 of these?
I will literally own 7 of those games for myself, DAY one for all.
But there are at least 4 of them I am buying for Xmas presents and B-day gifts.
This is one expensive hobby..
But at least I won't buy these games this year and throw them all aside for a month because Skyrim took my life away. Only for it to happen again when ME3 came out.
My backlog is STILL ridiculous.
Sadly, I'll only get to buy two. But there are about half of those games I am personally interested in enough to buy, I just simple can't afford it.
Bro I hear you. I say the same thing every year but still end up walking out with my preorders at the end of the day.
Resident Evil 6
Dance Central 3 (3 copies w/ 2 of them for gifts)
Fable: The Journey (not on this list)
Sports Champions 2 for Move (not on this list)
Halo 4 (The 320 GB Halo Bundle and another copy of the game)
Black Ops 2 (times 2)
That's still not all the games I want but it'll have to do.
This is an expensive hobby..but it'll be a funny 3 months..which we'll still be playing Borderlands 2
Somewhere around $1500. Provided of course you have all the consoles and handhelds not called the Wii U. :)
I think my wallet is going to hurt a lot this year.
Of those 20 I am only in 1. AC3 is the only game I am interested on that list.
Then you are indeed the MostJadedGamer.
Really? So are you just one of those people that buys one or two games a year? Only play quirky titles mostly? I'm honestly curious.
"Really? So are you just one of those people that buys one or two games a year? Only play quirky titles mostly? I'm honestly curious." I am interested two games the rest of the year. #1. Assassin's Creed III-Oct 30- PS3 #2. History Legends of War: Patton-Nov 6- PS3 I have a very strong preference for games in historical settings, but I only play console games because I absolutely hate the PC as a gaming platform.
Great feature! I'm personally looking forward to more than a few of those myself, particularly Paper Mario: Sticker Star.
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