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#1 Posted by C4Turtle (37 posts) -
@pweidman: Your Icon just reminded me to add Too Human to the list. I started playing that about 2 days before Fable 3 came out.
#2 Posted by C4Turtle (37 posts) -

I just finished my third game in my back log. Now I'm not sure what to tackle next. 
Here's the list. The games I've played are Red Dead Redemption, Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood, and Metro 2033. So, I'm a little burned out on open world games. 
What should I play next?

#3 Posted by C4Turtle (37 posts) -
@SMTDante89: Done!
#4 Posted by C4Turtle (37 posts) -
@OwnlyUzinWonHan said:
" @CHAUVface:  For console games, use Gamefly. For Steam games like someone said, delete your saved CC information. Done! "
I had Gamefly for a while. But the availability for any decent games was so bad that I had to fill my queue with shitty titles in order to get anything shipped to me. After a while it didn't seem worth how much I was paying. However, that was about a year ago, I hear they've gotten better.
#5 Posted by C4Turtle (37 posts) -
@crusader8463: I never disagreed with you. You are absolutely right. And I intend to do so.
#6 Posted by C4Turtle (37 posts) -
@Chirag4: I'm only spending my expendable income on games. I'm an adult. The problem is constantly moving on to new games when I haven't finished, or in some cases barely touched, the games already in my collection.
#7 Posted by C4Turtle (37 posts) -

OK, I'm new to the forums so I wasn't allowed to post again until now so, here we go. 
@McSmunions: You're absolutely right. 
@LordXavierBritish: ...Please don't burn my house down. I credited the artist at the bottom of the page, and there is also a link to his DevArt portfolio. 
@crusader8463: You're making me fell like kind of a junkie.  All this "addiction" talk is mostly coming from my inner nerd. I'm actually a fairly responsible adult out in the real world. But thanks for the advice.
@HS21: ... 
@EvilTwin: You might be seeing that bat signal soon. Dead Space 2 looks pretty awesome. 
Thanks again for the honesty, everyone. And a quick question since, again, I'm new to this. Is it bad etiquette to post ALL blogs to relevant forums? Or is it the norm?  

#8 Posted by C4Turtle (37 posts) -
@McGhee_the_Insomniac said:
" Join AA. Every time you talk about your addiction just secretly be referring to your game buying addiction. Then get some cookies and juice. "
Best advice so far.
#9 Posted by C4Turtle (37 posts) -

Just telling myself not to buy stuff obviously doesn't work so well. I thought this would be a fun experiment and it might make me appreciate games differently if I forced myself to play through all of them, even if some of them are crap. a sort of penance for my impulsiveness. I was just seeing if it was a good idea. Based on the feedback, I can't tell.  
And as far as driving traffic to my blog, that was not my intention, I honestly don't give a shit about how many clicks I get. So if I continue in this little experiment I will repost everything from my blogspot site on my GB blog as well. 
No matter what I end up doing with this idea, I appreciate the honest feedback.  

#10 Posted by C4Turtle (37 posts) -

I need your help. I'm a gamer in a big way. A big, expensive way. I spend almost all my expendable income on games. It's an impulse thing, I realize I have a problem. In an attempt to save money I started this blog. Notice I said SAVE money and not MAKE money. There is no donation button or anything like that to be found. All I need is members of the best gaming community on the internet to give me some support while I work my way through my ridiculous back log in order to distract myself from purchasing too many new games this year. This blog is new. I am also new to blogging and I'm hoping to let the few people who decide to get involved have some creative input into how this process will work. 
Please check it out and give me an honest opinion. I've been a member of this site for a long time and Purchased an annual subscription as soon as it became possible but this is the first time I've chosen to communicate with the other members. Any and all feedback is greatly appreciated.

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