So next year I'm gonna try and stick to some resolutions. I've developed some awful habits over the last few years for buying full price games and never playing them. Still in their wrapping. The backlog is real.
But in 2018, I'm gonna try and get things in order.
First resolution is, no more buying games, new or second hand, at all. No new systems either. These games will always be available to pick up in the future.
Second, do a list of what I have, physical and digital, pick a system, then pick a game to play, give it a few hours and see if it grabs me, if not, get rid of it, sell it on.
Steam.... Well, that will prob be for 2019.
But any tips on tackling a big catalogue of games? It can be very overwhelming to start, but easy to add to.