Are too many good games coming out a bad thing?

DCI from GamesOnSmash asks gamers are too many good games coming out a bad thing? How are you going to find the time to play your games when so many anticipated titles are on the horizon?

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coolfool3594d ago (Edited 3594d ago )

It has reached the point where I have started treating games like movies. With a movie you just watch it and move on. You keep watching it again and again to get the most out of it, finding every visual gag and knowing every line in the movie. This is the same for games for me.

I find myself just playing the game, enjoying the story and the gameplay and then moving onto the next game. I don't find every secret, play on every difficulty or spend hours online.....I simply don't have the time.

kewlkat0073594d ago (Edited 3594d ago )

that got caught up between heavy hitters this past holiday...

You'll always have shooters first, then everything else..That's what sells now like hotcakes.

Some will not have time to play or have money to buy everything, somethings gonna get lost in the shuffle..

I myself plays lost of RPG's and I've been playing fillers in between(Shooters, Fighters), it's tough to keep up as I like to put many hours in my RPG's.

UltimateIdiot9113594d ago

Yes it is. I can't keep up, I don't have the time or money. This is why I'm fine with owning 1 console. It's also a shame to see good games like Valkyria Chronicles get over shadow by R2. Then again, this is why there are sleepers but my point is, too many good games causes gems to be overshadowed.

Goon 1873594d ago (Edited 3594d ago )

If your money is tight, Yes it's a bad thing. But if you got a butt load of money, it's a good thing.

Bill's comes first, can't play games when there's no electric.

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