It’s that time of the year again when madness sets in and we hope to get out on the other end still having money for a loaf of bread. I don’t even have the drive space to install them all, let alone the time to play it. It’s a problem. Even for you. Yes, YOU. I bet you don’t even finish all the games you own. If you do, you’re either a liar or unemployed.
Is it because we fancy ourselves a kind of connoisseur? To consume bits and pieces off each game purely so we know the taste? If that’s true, should we ask for shorter games from now on?
What do you think? How do you decide which games you buy and which you don’t? Do you feel like you’re wasting money if you don’t finish the games you bought?
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