Catching Up on Games – Backloggery

Rin, Hanayo, and Nico enjoy a competitive game.
Game on!

I’ve been playing video games most of my life, but I’ve never been really good at finishing games. I used to play a lot of games that had no real “end” (Sims and Sim City, Civilization, Warcraft, Deadlock, etc), so I’ve always been just about getting what I want to out of a game. And, of course, it doesn’t help that nowadays as an adult, I have a lot more money to buy video games, and I have a lot less time to spend playing them. πŸ™

A little over a year ago, I realized just how much I’ve been missing by not playing games with great stories through to their conclusion. I signed up for Backloggery on a whim after seeing a link to it in a forum signature, and since then, it’s been love. With Backloggery’s help, I’ve been able to make a good deal of progress on my own backlog of unbeaten and/or unplayed games. Backloggery has also helped me make new acquaintances with other gamers.

I strongly recommend Backloggery to anyone who needs a way to organize their efforts to catch up on a backlog that’s gone out of control.

By trdaisuke

I'm a 30-year-old student affairs professional, technology enthusiast, and all-around geek:
Moe junkie. Chronic backlogger. Hobby blogger. Idol trash. Steam user. Trophy hunter. ζ˜Ÿη©Ίε‡› fan. @trdaisuke

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