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WiiU-Dude said:
thepurplewalrus said:

God damn... some of you people have so many games.

6 Retail (NSMBU, Zombi U, Rayman Legends, Mario Kart 8, Sm4sh, Splatoon)

1 Digital Retail (Pikmin 3)

6 Virtual Console (Mega Man X, X2, X3, 4, 5, Kirby's Dream Land 3) (I own Mega Man 2,3 and 6 on my 3DS, I don't just have 4 & 5)

4 eShop (Shovel Knight, Edge, NES Remix, ... and Meme Run)

TOTAL: 17 games

 

 

Soon to get Super Mario Maker, Xenoblade Chronicles X, and possibly Fast Racing Neo or Earthbound.

Trust me purplewalrus, I know I have way too many games. It's ridiculous in many ways. I'm 44 and have crazy amounts of games. Just a few examples - these are approximates: 

130 Sega Saturn, 100 PlayStation 1, 140 Sega Dreamcast, 180 Xbox 360, 200+ PS3 and already all I listed for Wii U and 30+ for each of my XB1 & PS4. That's not even all my consoles/handhelds and their libraries. That's a glimpse. I have Panasonic 3DO, Neo Geo (console & pocket), Atari Jaguar and many, many others. Do you think I have beaten' all I own? Heck no. Even half? Not close. I collect. It's an obsession or a sickness - lol! I have so much there's no way I can remotely finish them all. There's not enough hours in the day. But it's one of my few obsessive hobbies. I love owning them and popping in any number of Genesis, Gameboy, PS2 game I want, at any time. However, it is bad I don't beat more. It's likely my Adult ADHD that I hop from game to game or perhaps I'm afraid I'll miss something if I at least don't own it. I am the perfect age. I have lived through every system since the Atari 2600 on...sorry F-Channel. 

Perhaps others who have crazy huge libraries finish every game, but I'll admit I don't. I just keep adding to the collective. Don't remotely envy my crazy collection - maybe even pity me - LOL. Just enjoy thoroughly what you get and play when you can. That's the important thing. Just love the hobby. Never be a hater. All systems offer great games, yes even the Atari Jaguar have a couple gems in its library. Video games and its history is just too awesome! 

Game on everyone. 

Have a great Christmas and happy New Year. 

 

Wow, that's a lot of gaems. Lol I too sometimes like to buy games just for the feeling of opening it up for the first time or to add to my collection, but to a (much) lesser extent than you. Sometimes I feel like I don't have enough, but then I'm reminded to enjoy what I already have. Enjoy growing your collection, man. ;)

About what you said about the Atari Jaguar, I agree. From what I can tell, its port of Doom is pretty good.





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48x Retail
1x Retail Download
5x Download
8x Virtual Console



Yes, Doom was a very good port. Aliens vs Predator was excellent. As far as I'm concerned it was their greatest game. Man, back in the day it scared the poo out of me - LOL. The funny thing was that what made it so scary was likely partially a hardware shortcoming. It didn't have music playing during your exploring the ship you were on so as you explored it was complete silence except for the occasional noises that creatures made and it was then that the hair on your neck would rise!! Oh man I could only play that for short periods with the lights on! I scare easily anyway though - lol! 

Yeah, just always enjoy what you got. It's all about the fun!



I will have to count them, but it's above 200. I will get back with the answer in a bit.



Physical: 31 (32 if you count both copies of Injustice)
Digital: 15 (Pikmin 3 and various E-Shop releases and VC)



Playing: F1 2016 (PC), Uncharted: The Lost Legacy (PS4)
Watching: Hajime no Ippo, Attack on Titan (4th time)
Upcoming purchases in October:
-TBD

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Physical retail: Super Mario 3D World, New Super Mario Bros U + New Super Luigi U, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, Mario Kart 8, Super Smash Bros, Splatoon, Hyrule Warriors, Bayonetta, Bayonetta 2, The Wonderful 101, Yoshi's Woolly World, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, Legend of Kay, Scribblenauts: Unlimited, Deus Ex: Human Revolution, Project Zero: MotBW - 16 games

Digital retail: Pikmin 3 - 1 game

Virtual console: Earthbound - 1 game

Other: Child of Light, Shovel Knight, Tengami, FAST Racing Neo - 4 games

Total: 22 games



Gameplay > Graphics

Substance > Style

Art Direction > Realism

All physical:

Bayonetta 2
Captain Toad's Treasure Tracker

Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze
Kirby and the Rainbow Curse
The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker HD
Lego City Undercover
Mario Kart 8
New Super Luigi U

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Pikmin 3
Splatoon
Super Mario 3D World
Super Mario Maker
Super Smash Bros
Xenoblade Chronicles X
Yoshi's Woolly World



Physical retail (18): Nintendo Land, Wind Waker HD, The Wonderful 101, Super Mario 3D World, ZombiU, Rayman Legends, Pikmin 3, Donkey Kong: Tropical Freeze, Deux Ex: Human Revolution, Mario Kart 8, Hyrule Warriors, Bayonetta, Bayonetta 2, Smash Bros, Captain Toad, Kirby & the Rainbow Curse, Splatoon, Xenoblade Chronicles X.

Digital retail (1) : New Super Mario Bros U

Virtual Console (11) : Advance Wars, Advance Wars 2, Earthbound: Beginnings, Earthbound, Super Metroid, Zelda: A Link to the Past, Golden Sun, Golden Sun: The Lost Age, Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga, Donkey Kong 64, Super Mario 64.

Digital only (8) : Little Inferno, Trine 2, Abyss, Guacamelee, Child of Light, Shovel Knight, Tengami, Gunman Clive Collection HD.

38 in total.

Planning to buy Super Mario Maker, Yoshi's Woolly World, Twilight Princess HD and Starfox Zero (4 retail), and have an eShop digital only wishlist 12 or more strong, Affordable Space Adventures, Human Resource Machine and Fast Racing NEO are the priority there.



7 Physical
27 Digital (out of which 4 are available physically)
16 Virtual Console

If I'd add Wii games (never moved my account), one could add 32 physical, 18 digital WiiWare titles and 122 Virtual Console



-7 physical retail
-2 digital retail games - Zelda WW HD and Splatoon
-8/9 Virtual Console games
-5 other downloadable