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I don't beat most of the games I play, or it is really hard to actually beat the game (SSBB, Mario Kart Wii). There are several PC games that I turn to from time to time. Same thing with Wii and DS. From time to time, I play games on other systems.



 

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yep playing aion and my psp most right now.

but ps3 will be nonstop once i start with FF13 star ocean god of war collection and god of war 3



No, I hate doing that. I like focusing on one game.



I always play multiple games at once- right now it's 6 or 7.



  

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multiple.. although one is always the main one I play.. right now there's about 5ish.. mostly with me going for plat and then never touching it again.. lol



Currently playing: MAG, Heavy Rain, Infamous

 

Getting Plat trophies for: Heavy Rain, Infamous, RE5,  Burnout and GOW collection once I get it.

 

i play as many games at once i possibly can , that way it seems like the games lasted longer



Atto Suggests...:

Book - Malazan Book of the Fallen series 

Game - Metro Last Light

TV - Deadwood

Music - Forest Swords 

Depends on the length of a game or game type.



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Well I'm personally going to stick with the one game only, just because I have multiple systems to play another "one" game on.

PS3: Ridge Racer 7
360: Mass Effect
Wii: Resident Evil 4: Wii Edition
DS: New Super Mario Bros.
PSP: Ratchet & Clank: Size Matters
PS2: Indigo Prophecy
Xbox: Halo: Combat Evolved
Gamecube: Def Jam: Fight for NY

Now that should make me complete games easier because I have those chooses above per console.

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I try to focus on only few, but I end up playing tons.
There are too many games I've played at least a little and never got back to them.



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