The Aberrant Gamer - Completion Anxiety Disorder

If you're reading this column, you definitely own at least a couple video games. You probably own several, and some of you are the custodians of an innumerable collection that you meticulously arrange and then photograph for posting on internet forums. And you spend at least a decent chunk of your time playing, and another portion still of your time coveting the next purchase.

But what percentage of them have you ever completed?

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Joey Gladstone3965d ago (Edited 3965d ago )

Its always the games that gave me the greatest challenge, and even a few that I could never complete that seem to have stuck with me longer...aside from the run of the mill "beat them and forget them a day later" games.......oh and those few that I could not defeat were the likes of Super Ghouls and Ghosts, Super Smash TV, Battle Toads, and Ninja Gaiden for Xbox (I beat the game eventually but man it consumed a lot of my time)......
......"The JOEY has Spoken"

The Wood3964d ago (Edited 3964d ago )

I think I got a touch bored. Maybe it was just too long because I spent a lot of the time being lost and backtracking so it felt like it was dragging plus it is a tough game. I suppose ill know what to expect next time if there is a next time for the ps3.
I feel good about beating games and even went through, what I consider the hardest game I've played, super ghouls n ghost once on the psp only to see that to truly beat it you had to do it at least twice. That game was hard as nails and that can be off-putting for some.

Good article with some interesting views. I would like to see more articles like this on N4G but I doubt that will happen plus people tend to look past some of these non flaming articles, myself included.