Eventually, yeah, but sometimes it can take a couple of months after having bought a game before I properly play it.
I have it as a rule to try games when I get them to see that they at least work, the ones I like the most I usually keep playing right away while the rest can wait a little longer. The important thing is I have them now so there's no rush anymore, I can take my time and go through them at my own pace. I really hate missing games and then having to spend maybe years tracking them down, that happens enough as it is.
Not too long ago I picked up Halo 2 for the original Xbox. I'm expecting a disappointing cliffhanger ending to the campaign, and I already know that the majority of the multiplayer maps don't interest me (they're too wartorn and gritty. I prefer a clean, cyberpunk look when it comes to sci-fi games).
I am an environmentalist I am a vegan I am a teetotaler I am a member of the feminist movement I am an advocate for the mentally ill I am an advocate for the lower class I am an advocate for children's rights I am an animals rights activist I am a global democrat I am a family-values atheist And, less importantly, I am a Melee fanboy The few. The proud. The Melee fans. #FreeMelee
I'M SIDEN WITH JOE BIDEN MAKE AMERICA CIVIL AGAIN!
Did one of my best scores ever yesterday. Picked up 13 original xbox games and 5 360 games for a total of 15 bucks. Some of the highlights were Star Wars Battlefront I and II, GTA III, Skyrim, Fallout New Vegas and Dead or Alive 3.
"All I had to do in return is watch some Marvel TV-series" - Balder 1996-2018
"I fucking did it, but at the cost of countless hours that could be spent on much more productive things as... ah fuck, I'd just watch some other stupid shit instead, I'm sure of it". - 2021