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Old 30th October 2012, 08:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Backlog forever growing..

So as the title states, this Is all about backlogs, or to be more specific games you have brought with the idea of playing through them and then putting them on the shelf for something else and just never getting back to it.

I feel my backlog spiked massively after the steam summer sale in which steam essentially tied me down and went on a binge with my debit card, my library of a handful of games with which to play exploded into more games then I can say I've ever owned in my life!

Before going on holiday for the past month I installed several games with the express purpose of on free time playing through them to knock them off my list. Whilst on holiday I got my fair share out of FTL: Faster Than Light as well as Fallout:New Vegas. I started Saints Row:The Third and Black Mesa but these two only got so far as a few hours before other things arose.

Upon my return home from holiday my brother had brought me two games because he was feeling generous, first being Borderlands 2 and second being the complete Total War series. While the gesture was well recpriocated I watched my library tip into the 100+ games list.

At the moment I still have several games installed I need to get around to beating before really starting more. Fallout:New Vegas is a few hours shy of completion, a few friends have recently become reinterested in ArmA II, Both Mechwarrior Online and Hawken are vying for my attention in their beta's and Planetside 2 is waiting to be started.

I know I'm not the only one in this situation so I want to hear, who else has a game they've told themselves their gonna play and then never got around to it? Do you have a game you started and enjoyed then left it to play with other friends? I want to hear about it.

Feel free to add me on steam, while not a full member does not mean I'm not up for playing a few games with or against you guys.
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