I don't feel the need, even with over 400 games. I don't leave games I'm not playing installed on my computer, so I just install what I want to play and use the short list from clicking on the icon in the taskbar to launch my games.
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It was okay, sure. I disliked how long it took to get going and how easy the general fights were (press X to win!), but I thought the last 10 hours were great. That combat system really shines in those complex fights that require a lot of switching and constant planning of your next move. I can understand those who hated the characters, but I have a soft spot for stupid animeified characters.
Yep, I have this issue too. Happens with games sometimes too, but that's likely because games can be so up and down in terms of loudness thanks to various attacks/gunshots/spell effects/etc. going off. I've always figured it was my price to pay for settling for just using my television's crappy speakers.
People just like to complain about change, I think. Do I think W8 is better than 7? No, not really. It is clearly designed for touch and looks rather ugly. It works perfectly fine though and takes only a small amount of adjusting to get used to it. I think it was a week or less before I didn't even care anymore about the differences. I can still find everything I want easily (some things even easier, actually), and I enjoy the performance and speed benefits it provides.
I would love a Goodreads-esque site that kept track of everything I had played, down to star ratings and dates started/finished--one that isn't plagued by a terrible layout like the site you suggested. For the time being, I just plan to write down all the games I finish per year, starting in 2014.
Awful boss fights (there shouldn't be boss fights in shooters!) and a really, REALLY bad ending were the only issues I had with it. It still remains one of the most atmospheric, intense, and strangely intriguing games I have played in the last few years.
New Lim Kim, one of my favorite new artists this year! Her voice sounds so different from anyone else I've heard, and all her songs are interesting in some way or another. Goodbye 20 is catchy, funny, and has more of that great voice I love.
I'm not going to list everything I've played this year (partly because I don't remember it all). I'm still working on my final top 10, mostly the order of the ten games I have in mind. I can say, without a doubt, that Gone Home will take the top spot for me. No other game this year stuck in my head, making me think about it day and night, like that game has. A game that I hope sets a precedent for story-focused games in the future.