My new weekly (game) focus initiative

This thread on NeoGAF made me think. User “Fernando Rocker” says:

I have literally hundreds of unplayed games… and still, I don’t feel like playing. I just started to play Chrono Trigger DS a few hours ago and I just played the game like 10 minutes…

Lately, I have noticed that I enjoy talking about videogames or collecting them than playing them.

What’s wrong with me?

=(

With every game I purchase on Steam, I always worry that I will chalk it up as just one more game to go to my backlog of games I still need to finish. No more of this.

Every Sunday I will pick a game in my massive library of Steam games to focus on, and hopefully complete. The problem isn’t that I am unable to beat games, but rather that I have so many to choose from that I dabble a bit in a few, but rarely get much accomplished in a single game on a given day off. No more!

One deck for this week: Gatling Gears

When the Empire begins its reign of destruction in a thirst for natural resources, it’s up to Max Brawley, a retired Gatling Gear pilot, to stop them. Together with his niece and his trusty Gatling Gear unit he must fight his way to the heart of the Empire and eliminate the destruction at its source.

 

2 thoughts on “My new weekly (game) focus initiative

  1. This is me, I get a game, play it for 30min or so to first first big checkpoint and quit playing. I need to beat these games! I’m pretty far in super paper mario so I think that is first in the to beat list

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