Yesterday, I took the day off work and traded off a bunch of older games I'll never play again for four others.
Obtained the two PS2 God of War games. I'd played the first one for a bit (I think through Athens up to the tunnel leading to the desert), Red Faction: Guerrilla (another game I've played for a bit) and Infinite Undiscovery (due to my obsessive desire to play most known J-RPGs).
Along with my really tedious attempt to get through Tecmo Secret of the Stars, the three PS2 games I've borrowed from my friend that I still have to beat (Castlevania: Lament of Innocence, X-Men Rise of Apocalypse or whatever its called and Call of Duty 3); my RPG cache for the 360 (including Oblivion, DA: Origins, Lost Odyssey and Enchanted Arms) and a number of other PS2 RPGs I really should finish at some time such as Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne, Persona 3 and (if I ever pick it up again, Summoner)...I have a shitload of stuff I should be playing.
It's just a matter of actually showing some sort of mental cohesion to play and beat games, as opposed to playing one for a bit, then moving to another, and another, and another...and winding up with about a dozen half-beaten games that I'm wondering if I'll ever go back to.
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