Posted by Enigma777 (6069 posts) -

The first step is admitting I have a problem, right? 
#1 Edited by Enigma777 (6069 posts) -

The first step is admitting I have a problem, right? 
#2 Posted by fwylo (3556 posts) -

I don't understand the problem.

#3 Posted by Bogitt (201 posts) -

I think maybe this is his back log pile, if so you should get on it - theres some pretty good games there!

#4 Posted by Marcsman (3177 posts) -

Yeah Disgaea 3 is shameful
#5 Posted by DeeGee (2119 posts) -

Explain.

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#6 Posted by PerryVandell (2103 posts) -

Yeah... I'm not really seeing anything in this pile that's "shameful". Did you steal them or something?

#7 Posted by fwylo (3556 posts) -

It must be the fact that his TV is a "Sceptre", whatever the fuck that is.

#8 Posted by Enigma777 (6069 posts) -
@fwylo said:
" It must be the fact that his TV is a "Sceptre", whatever the fuck that is. "
That's a monitor :D
#9 Edited by WatanabeKazuma (989 posts) -
@fwylo said:

" It must be the fact that his TV is a "Sceptre", whatever the fuck that is. "

This is first thing I thought as well! 
 
I have a fairly lengthy pile myself, mostly games on the PS2 that I feel might get harder to track down if I didn't buy them soon, there is also a pile of films that I need to work through.
#10 Posted by hedfone (1751 posts) -
@fwylo said:
" It must be the fact that his TV is a "Sceptre", whatever the fuck that is. "
its the commander Shepard of tvs
#11 Posted by JackSukeru (5908 posts) -

Disgaea and Red Dead are the only real time sinks in there, you don't know how good you've got it. 

And these are just the ones that are actual physical things that you can take bad laptop camera photos of.
#12 Posted by wefwefasdf (6729 posts) -
@RockmanBionics: Don't play Dark Void, Bionics. You shouldn't punish yourself when playing videogames. :(
#13 Edited by animateria (3252 posts) -

Let's see my pile has... 
 
MGS Peace Walker. 
Final Fantasy 13 (Near completion!) 
Mario Galaxy 
LOZ: Twilight Princess 
Kingdom Hearts BBS 
Etrian Odyssey 3 
Valkyria Chronicles 2 
 Phantasy Star Portable 2 
NFS Hot Pursuit 
Gran Turismo 5 
 
Finally beat AC Brotherhood.... Which is semi-off that list. 
 
I am playing through them but I'm at my limit of juggling all these games at once. At least I never get bored of any single game eh?  
 
Edit: I also have DQ8 but that's for just in case anyways. Just in case of what, I'm not sure any more.

#14 Edited by Enigma777 (6069 posts) -
@RockmanBionics: I'm working my way through Dragon Age right now actually. I'm about 40 hours in and I still have a crapton to do as well as Awakening and the lion's share of the DLC. 
 
Not to mention I have a bunch of half-completed RPG's (FFXIII, Valkyria Chronicles, Folklore, Demon's Souls) but I've given up on those which is why I didn't include them. The ones pictured are all games still in shrinkwrap (or in GOW2's case - I got as far as the tutorial). Not to mention I have a ton of other DLC and PSN/XBLA games (the latest being Costume Quest). I'm not even going to bother with my PSP backlog which is over 20 games long by now.
 
Damn videogame sales!!!
#15 Posted by JackSukeru (5908 posts) -
@SpikeSpiegel: Played the demo a couple of times and the shooting was pretty terrible, I never got it down. The rest of the game seemed interesting enough though and I got it cheap so I'm gonna at least try it out.
#16 Posted by Skytylz (4031 posts) -

I don't buy games unless I'm gonna play them.  I was disappointed with Alan Wake by the way.

#17 Posted by JackSukeru (5908 posts) -
@Enigma777:  Respect. 
 
Out of those I listed, only FFXIII and a Crack in Time are completely unplayed. Got a few more that I don't even list in my backlog cause I feel I can go play them "whenever", and a few that I've basically given up on. It's depressing I'll tell ya. 
 
Actually, I'm gonna dive into my backlog right (fucking) now, I will see the day when it's empty! I will!!
#18 Posted by Jeust (10537 posts) -

Mine is worse... 
 
It is composed of: 
 

  • Final Fantasy XII
  • Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem
  • Resident Evil Zero
  • Resident Evil Remake
  • Resident Evil 4 (Gamecube)
  • Luigi's Mansion
  • Virtua Striker 3
  • Drakengard
  • Final Fantasy X
  • Wipeout Fusion
  • Darksiders
  • Lost Odyssey
  • SMT: Nocturne
  • Resident Evil: Code Veronica X
  • Fatal Frame 2
  • Fatal Frame 3
  • Shadow of the Colossus
  • Killer 7
  • Orange Box
  • Infinite Undiscovery
#19 Posted by afrofools (1339 posts) -

My Pile of Shame is on my Steam account, a bunch of awesome games I can't play yet.

#20 Posted by Tarakun (225 posts) -

Yeah, OP's pile isn't so bad. Especially because those are all recent games. I used to have some really bad buying habits, and I spent most of 2010 beating most of my games. I'm now down to a nice healthy backlog.   

  • Wind Waker
  • Paper Mario 1000 Year Door
  • Dead Space
  • Red Alert 3
 
Your's is just fine. It just means you need to play some games. My backlog had about 50 games in it when I started, and when it's that long cuts have to be made. I sold games, traded games, and some I just decided I didn't like and uninstalled them (steam, can't sell/trade). I've realized now that it's important to have good buying habits. 1 game at a time is my mantra. Play it until you're bored or you've beaten it. 
 
For all the people playing through their pile of shame, the one piece of advice I can give is this; Remember. this is supposed to be fun. I ran into some serious trouble where I didn't care about the games in my backlog anymore, and I didn't want to focus on finishing games, I just wanted to enjoy playing something. DO NOT allow games to turn into a chore. If you're not having fun, stop playing.  
#21 Posted by ProfessorEss (7308 posts) -

M'eh, I've seen bigger.

#22 Posted by WatanabeKazuma (989 posts) -

You have given up on  Valkyria Chronicles?!  FOR SHAME!

#23 Posted by Enigma777 (6069 posts) -
@WatanabeKazuma said:
" You have given up on  Valkyria Chronicles?!  FOR SHAME! "
It's just that I got to Ch 6 or 7 but then KZ2 came out and by the time I was done with that I had completely forgotten everything (from story to how to play the game) but I really didn't want to start over either. Hopefully I'll finish it one day, but I've just put it out of my mind right now.  
 
I also have VC2... unopened.... someday
#24 Posted by louiedog (2335 posts) -
@Skytylz said:
" I don't buy games unless I'm gonna play them.  I was disappointed with Alan Wake by the way. "
Same here. With the exception of really good sales at prices unlikely to be beaten any time soon (like AoE III for 10 cents which sits uninstalled or steam holiday sales) I don't buy games unless I'm going to start playing them. They're not going up in price, and new copies of all but the smallest releases aren't going to become unavailable at retail for years. There just doesn't seem to be a reason to buy until you're ready to play, or not more than a couple of weeks away from playing if it's on sale or something. 
 
Also, I loved Alan Wake. After the quick look and playing the Max Payne games it was exactly what I was expecting.
#25 Posted by CL60 (16906 posts) -

I still have the free Alan Wake DLC to beat if that counts.

#26 Posted by supermike6 (3556 posts) -

I don't have this problem because I buy games and then play them. If a game gets put on my backlog that means I didn't like it enough to finish it, which means I will probably never go back to it.

#27 Posted by Marz (5648 posts) -

doesn't include my console games :(
#28 Posted by RE_Player1 (7557 posts) -

The reason WOW Cataclysm is in the pile is even though I got it day 1 I have yet to reach above 80 or play any of the new content. 
#29 Posted by Enigma777 (6069 posts) -
@RE_Player92: Where the Wild Things Are?  
 
Really?
#30 Posted by RE_Player1 (7557 posts) -
@Enigma777 I got it for $4 and really enjoyed the movie so maybe the game is at least ok.
#31 Posted by LackingSaint (1782 posts) -
@RE_Player92 said:
" @Enigma777 I got it for $4 and really enjoyed the movie so maybe the game is at least ok. "
When has that ever been true for any animated film? Come on man.
 
Also GTA4, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Metro 2033, Machinarium, VVVVVV, World of Goo and Borderlands GOTY.
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#32 Posted by niamahai (1405 posts) -

this is why starting 2011  i have only limited myself to purchase 1 game per month. 
 
it hurts so bad. but it is for the greater good.

#33 Posted by Vinny_Says (5700 posts) -

Disregard 6 of those, play Red Dead Redemption.

#34 Posted by iDarktread (1206 posts) -

Wait, 7 games? 
 
I have a problem.

#35 Posted by demonknightinuyasha (462 posts) -

my pile of shame is currently 102 games long :/  
 
And this doesn't even count all the games I need to play, just the ones that I both, need to play and actually physically or digitally own >_>;;;;;;;;;

#36 Posted by pantzing_nome (583 posts) -
@Enigma777: Wait if Dead Space is in your pile of shame why do you have dead space 2?
#37 Edited by crusader8463 (14419 posts) -

Backlog

The following games are listed in no particular order. I simply added them as I found them in my Steam Games Library tab, as they popped into my head, or as I found them sitting on my shelf.

1. Command & Conquer 4: Tiberian Twilight

(PC) I know the game sucks, but this series is easily the most important franchise in my life. The reason I bought my first PC was so I could play Command and Conquer 95 and Red Alert. If it wasn't for those games I never would have been introduced to PC gaming and I would never have meet the best friends I have ever had in my life. Because of all the above I'm trying to force myself through this game just to see the conclusion of the story built up over the years. Even though I know it's supposed to be terrible, I feel like I owe it to myself to do it anyway.

2. Dragon Age: Origins

(PC) I have already beat this game a dozen times over, but I bought the Ultimate edition during the 2010 Steam Holiday sale for only $20 and it came with several DLC that I have yet to play. As well, I'm trying to build a master save file that I will import into Dragon Age II, but I can't decide on what origin and how I want the to play the character.

3. Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light

(PC) This game is on going. A friend and I are playing our way through, but it's at random times with no real consistency. So it will be a while.

4. Neverwinter Nights 2

(PC) I bought this game during the 2010 Steam Holiday sale and have yet to start into it. I always wanted to play the game, but never got around to it back when it came out.

5. Sword of the Stars

(PC) I'm currently playing this game and learning it's inner workings. It doesn't really have a plot or progression, so there really isn't much of an end to it.

6. Aliens vs. Predator

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

7. Braid

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

8. Darkstar One

(PC) I have been dying for a good space sim, and this is the closest thing I have been able to find of any kind of quality. I was pounding my way through it when it started to make my computer lock up every ten minuets so I stopped playing it. Hope to go back to it some day.

9. DeathSpank

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

10. F.E.A.R.: First Encounter Assault Recon

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

11. F.E.A.R.: Extraction Point

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

12. F.E.A.R.: Perseus Mandate

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

13. F.E.A.R. 2: Project Origin

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

14. MLB 2K

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

15. Nexus: The Jupiter Incident

(PC) Not sure what to say. It's a weird combination of RTS, space sim and RPG and I love it. Sadly it moves about as slow as molasses on a turtles ass in the middle of winter stuck in a time warp causing time to move backwards, so I kind of can only play it in spurts. I plan to just sit down one day and play through it, but it keeps getting pushed to the bottom of my play list.

16. Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

17. Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

18. Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

19. Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

20. Penumbra: Overture

(PC) I got it when I bought the humble indie bundle and have never looked at it. I think it's a survival horror game, but I'm not sure. I always wanted to play a survival horror game, but they have never done anything for me in the past. Hoping this will be the one that makes the genre click with me, because on paper I love them.

21. Recettear: An Item Shop's Tale

(PC) I played it for a bit, but then I got distracted by other games and have really wanted to get back to it at some point.

22. Sam & Max Episode 301: The Penal Zone

(PC) I always wanted to play an adventure game, but I always ended up having to use a guide and it ruined the experience for me. Then I heard this season of Sam and Max was supposed to be really good and very user friendly. So when I seen it on some Steam sale for $5 I picked it up. I just keep putting off playing them because I want to sit down and power my way through it some day, but that day never seems to happen.

23. Sam & Max Episode 302: The Tomb of Sammun-Mak
24. Sam & Max Episode 303: They Stole Max's Brain
25. Sam & Max Episode 304: Beyond the Alley of the Dolls
26. Sam & Max Episode 305: The City That Dares Not Sleep
27. Trine

(PC) I bought it during some Steam sale, 2009 if I recall correctly, and just never got around to it.

28. Batman: Arkham Asylum

(PC) I really hate this game. I know I practically get lynched any time I say it, but I just hate pretty much every aspect of the games combat and gameplay, but I really like the story and atmosphere it builds. I have tried about ten times now to play this game, but I always hit the same wall a few hours in and never get past it. One day I may just force myself to play it for completions sake.

29. Company of Heroes: Opposing Fronts

(PC) I played through the base games single player, but for some reason I never got into the expansions. It's one of my personal shames to have never played through them, and I hope one day very soon to rectify the mistake.

30. Company of Heroes: Tales of Valor
31. Dead Space

(PC) I played the game for a few hours, but I simply found it got very repetitive. It's supposed to be scary, but after an hour it just felt like a very slow moving action game. I could tell a kilometer away whenever something would jump out at me, and when it did they ran at you so slowly you could kill them before you were ever in any real danger of dying or getting hurt. Becasue of that I never felt any sense of dread or worry, so the game got old fast. Despite that though, I have always felt a weird desire to play it to the end because I love the idea of the game. With the hype being built around Dead Space 2 right now I think I'm going to try and do it soon.

32. Far Cry 2

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

33. Global Agenda

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

34. Grotesque Tactics: Evil Heroes

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, but it runs really badly so I stopped trying to play it.

35. King's Bounty: Armored Princess

(PC) I love this genre of game, but I got to one mission very early on in this game where no matter what I did I kept dying over and over and over and over again. I think I literally tried it about 30 times, and then I just said fuck this game I'm done.

36. King's Bounty: The Legend

(PC)

37. Mirror's Edge

(PC) I bought it during some Steam sale, 2009 if I recall correctly, and just never got around to it.

38. Patrician III

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

39. Patrician IV

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

40. Red Faction: Guerrilla

(PC) I started it and played a good 5-6 hours of it, but then I just got tired of it. It was fun to run around blowing stuff up, but the main story was way too grindy and repetitive. I want to get back and try to power my way through it, but it just never happened.

41. S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl

(PC) I think this was the first game I ever bought on Steam. It was on sale for $2 so I bought it. I have tried several times to get into it, but I could never figure it out and would always get frustrated after an hour or two with it. It would always end with me saying fuck this game, exiting, then uninstalling it. I hope to have the patience to one day play it because on paper it sounds like a game I would love.

42. Saints Row 2

(PC) I loved the game, but it was horrendously optimized and runs terrible. Even on the lowest settings.

43. Sid Meier's Civilization IV

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

44. Sid Meier's Civilization IV: Beyond the Sword

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

45. Sid Meier's Civilization IV: Colonization

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

46. Sid Meier's Civilization IV: Warlords

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

47. Silverfall

(PC) I bought the game during the Steam Holiday sale (2010) and just started it a few days ago as of this writing. I'm really enjoying it, but I'm worried that it may fall to the wayside. It's a rather long and deep RPG and I have a lot of other games tempting me away from it.

48. Silverfall: Earth Awakening
49. SimCity 4

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Christmas Sale of 2010, and I just haven't gotten around to playing it.

50. Space Siege

(PC) Bought during some Steam sale and never got around to playing it.

51. Star Wars: Empire at War

(PC) I absolutely love this game. I played it, and beat it, over a dozen times when it first came out. I bought it a while back during some sale on Steam since I had lost the original game and cd keys and have been meaning to play it again.

52. Star Wars: Empire at War - Forces of Corruption
53. Titan Quest

(PC) This game has been a thorn in my side for as long as I can remember. I bought it back when it first came out all those years back, but my computer at the time couldn't handle the game and I could never get past the third or fourth zone in the game. The zone was filled with tress and planets and when ever I would load into it the computer would slow to 2-3 FPS and was unplayable. Since then I have gotten a computer that could handle it, but every time I have tried to play it I always got tired of it early on and quit. I see this game as my personal nemesis.

54. Titan Quest: Immortal Throne
55. Torchlight

(PC) I keep trying to play this game, but it's just way to grindy and I hate that I will never be able to show off my guy to anyone. So I can't stay motivated to keep pushing deeper into the game. I'm holding out hope for two, since it is going to have co-op.

56. Tropico 3

(PC) Bought during some Steam sale and never got around to playing it.

57. Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War

(PC) The original Dawn of War is my favourite RTS since Command and Conquer Red Alert 2. I love everything about it, but I never got around to playing the later expansions to completion; even though I have bought them all a couple times over by now. I plan to one day very soon sit down for a week or two and play nothing but these games so I can finally do just that. It's one of my personal shames given how much I love this series.

58. Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Winter Assault
59. Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Dark Crusade
60. Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Soulstorm
61. The Witcher

(PC) I keep hearing people talk about this game like it's the second coming of Jesus, but I can never get into it. I have had it for a couple years now, but I always get out of the tutorial and lose interest in it instantly.

62. X3: Terran Conflict

(PC) After owning the game for a long time I finally sat down and taught myself how to play it. Yes, taught. You could take classes on learning how to play this dam game. Sadly I got distracted shortly after finally getting into it and I have since forgotten how to play it. I hope to one day get back into it, but I'm not looking forward to relearning the game to do so.

63. X³: Reunion
64. Supreme Commander

(PC) I found it in a bargain bin at a local Futureshop for $5 and picked it up because a friend and I were playing a lot of the second one and he kept saying how much he prefered the first one. I bought it so we could play together but of course he lost his cd key and couldn't play it online.

65. Psychonauts

(PC) This was one of those games of the xbox/PS2 generation that I always heard great things about, but I never played. So when I saw it for $2 on the PC at a local Bargain Giant I picked it up. It's been sitting on my shelf for about 2-3 years now, but some day I will play it. Some day.

66. Baldur's Gate II: Throne of Bhaal

(PC) This game is probably one of my biggest personal shames. I bought it years ago when it first came out and fell in love instantly. For some reason that I can't remember I stopped playing it, and shortly there after lost the game and box. I have since bought the game two times just to get the old sexy big boxed edition of it again to keep on my shelf. I want to play it, but the game has weird scaling problems on modern PC's, and everything in game is too small for me to read so I can't really play it. I'm really hoping Bioware remakes the game with modern graphics, but I know that would never happen, or if it did they would try to consolize it and ruin it in the process.

67. Blue Dragon

(360) I got it for $5 and have just never gotten around to playing it, because I don't have a comfortable place to sit and play games on my consoles.

68. Resonance of Fate

(360) Got it for $5-$10 and have just never gotten around to playing it, because I don't have a comfortable place to sit and play games on my consoles.

69. Final Fantasy XIII

(360) I tried playing it, but got real bored and stopped about 4-5 hours in. Hope to go back to it one day, but I don't know if I will.

70. Deadly Premonition

(360) I bought it because of how much I loved the Endurance Run. I plan to play it some day so I can see all things the guys skipped over, but after watching it twice with the BR/JV ER's I want to wait until it's not as fresh in my memory.

71. Spectral Force 3

(360) I love turn based strategy games, and this is one of the few to get made in recent years. I got it on the cheap back in November of 2010 and just have not gotten around to playing it.

72. Final Fantasy XII

(PS2) I remember seeing videos and stories about it when it first came out near the end of the PS2 life, but I didn't have a PS2 at that time so I missed it. When I got my PS3 recently I decided to buy it and rectify that problem when I found it online for around $10. Like the rest of the gluttony of games I bought for my PS3 around that time though, I just haven't started in on it yet.

73. Eternal Poison

(PS2) All I remember was being online looking for games to play on my new PS3 and watching a few videos for this game and it looking interesting. Like the rest of the gluttony of games I bought for my PS3 around that time though, I just haven't started in on it yet.

74. Rogue Galaxy

(PS2) It was one of those games I read about and saw videos of back when it came out all those years back, but I never got around to playing it because I could never find it. Then I found it for $5 at the very bottom of a bargain bin at a local Walmart and I snatched it up in a heartbeat to play on the PS3 I just bought a few days prior.

75. Shadow of the Colossus

(PS2) I remember seeing videos and stories about it when it first came out, but I didn't have a PS2 at that time so I missed it. When I got my PS3 recently I decided to buy it and rectify that problem when I found it online for around $10. Like the rest of the gluttony of games I bought for my PS3 around that time though, I just haven't started in on it yet.

76. Disgaea: Hour of Darkness

(PS2) I love me a turn based RPG, so when I bought Disgaea 3 for my PS3 I decided to look around online and find the first two to play first. I found this one, but every place I looked was asking $30-$40 for the second one and that's way too much. So I plan to play this game, and if I fall in love with the series as hard as I think I will, I may just bite the bullet and pay what they are asking for the second one.

77. Disgaea 3: Absence of Justice

(PS3) As I said above, I love me a turn based RPG and this series is supposed to be one of the best. I'm waiting to play the first two first though, as story is very important to me and I don't want to miss stuff from the others.

78. Resistance: Fall of Man

(PS3) I traded a copy of Modern Warfare 2 that came with my PS3 for this game and its sequel from someone on a local trading site called kijiji.ca, because I already own the game on my PC and don't like it anyway. Back when I had my PS3 for the first time, before selling it off, this was the first game that I ever played on it and I remembered loving it and being blown away. By the time the second one came around though I had sold my PS3.So now that I have a PS3 again I wanted to sit down and play the series from the start since it has been so long since I played the first one.

79. Resistance 2
80. Eternal Sonata

(PS3) I heard it was supposed to be a great RPG, so when I found it at a local walmarts bargain bin for $20 I picked it up. I played it for an hour or two, and just could not figure out the combat. I got to a part where I kept fighting some kind of mini boss and died again and again and again, before finally saying fuck it I'm done. I just have too many other games I really want to play to try and force my way though this game right now. So I put it back on the shelf for now. When I do get around to playing it again I will go online and research how best to play it before I start in.

81. Folklore

(PS3) Another game that I always heard great things about but never got around to playing. So after getting my new PS3 I found it online for cheap and picked it up. Just haven't gotten around to playing it yet.

82. Bayonetta

(PS3) Found it on the cheap and picked it up. Not much else to say. I'm keeping it as a pallet cleanser for when I get into the plethora of RPG's I have waiting to be played.

83. Valkyria Chronicles

(PS3) Another game that I always heard great things about but never got around to playing. So after getting my new PS3 I found it online for cheap and picked it up. Just haven't gotten around to playing it yet.

84. Red Dead Redemption

(PS3) I had been dying to play this game and followed its development for a good year or two before it was finally released. I kept holding out hope they would release it on PC, but after hearing no word of it for so long, and finding it on kijiji.ca for only $25, I broke down and bought it on my PS3. I have tried to play it for about 4-5 hours now, but I'm not liking it. I want to just sit down and try playing it for a couple days straight, but I don't have a comfortable place to sit and play any of my consoles so I keep putting it off.

85. ParaWorld

(PC) I LOVED this game. I bought it and played it years back when it first came out, but I had since lost it. I bought it again recently when I found it online for around $10, but sadly it won't run on Windows 7. I'm holding off until I can scratch together the money to buy a new computer, and I plan to use an extra hard drive I have laying about to install vista or XP on it so I can dual boot into the OS just to play the game.

86. Super Meat Boy

(PC) I bought it during the Steam Holiday Sale of 2010, and loved playing it. I hooked up my PS3 controller and played it for a good 2-3 hours in one sitting. I'm about a little over 3/4 of the way through the game, but I just can't bring myself to load it up and play the last bit of it. I can't explain it, but for some reason I just can't do it. So it's sitting there in my games library list. Taunting me every time I look at it.

87. King Arthur: The Role-Playing Wargame

(PC) Bought because it was on sale on Steam for only $2.50. Don't think it will run on my PC though, so it will be awhile.

88. Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness: Episode One

(PC) Bought because it was on sale on Steam for only $2.50. It was in a combo pack with it 2.

89. Penny Arcade Adventures: On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness: Episode Two

(PC) See above.

#38 Posted by Three0neFive (2289 posts) -

Borderlands
Assassin's Creed  Brotherhood
Fallout New Vegas
God of War 2
Just Cause 2
Red Dead Redemption
3D Dot Game Heroes
All 3 STALKER games
The Witcher
Mass Effect 2
 
I should stop buying open-world games. :/

#39 Posted by Enigma777 (6069 posts) -
@pantzing_nome: It's... complicated.
#40 Posted by Tordah (2476 posts) -

That's not a big pale of shame at all! Ask anyone who's ever had a Steam account during insane sales.