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.