The One That Got Away
Have you ever squeezed every last bit of play-ability out of a game you absolutely loved but you didn’t have the sacred “monies” to fund your next universe saving excursion? I have, and trust me, I found myself dredging down to my local Gamestop to sell games like Kingdom Hearts, Demon’s Souls, Uncharted, and Monster Hunter Tri (and that’s just scratching the surface) just so I could snag yet another game that I was interested in.
It turns out that, more often than not, the new game I managed to snag was super-mega fun, until I realized that I managed to squeeze all the enjoyment out of even that game. Sadly the cycle of falling in love with a game and selling it back became an all to familiar pattern in my gaming life. After a while something happens, you get that certain itch, you know, the one where you want to go back and play through the story of one of those epic games you loved or maybe you just want a friend to see what they’re missing out on only to realize you sold that precious disc long ago.
Before you know it you’re sitting in your man-cave with nothing more than a copy of DC Universe Online, and you don’t even like DC Universe online anymore (me). Trust me though, I’m not saying selling games to get new ones is a bad thing, because it’s really not, I’m just presenting the notion of keeping the games you love. I’ve recently taken my own advice of keeping my beloved games and I even began re-buying some of my old loves like Demon’s Souls (which I’ve managed to beat again). So let me leave you semi-faithful readers with this, love your games, keep those games, and reclaim what was once yours friends.
Go forth my gaming brethren and change your ways. Before you do though, tell us what games you gave up (only to purchase it again even) in the COMMENTS below, and if you like the content were putting out maybe push the LIKE button on the left hand side of the homepage. Thanks for reading guys can’t wait to hear from you.