January 4, 2016

Goals for January 2016

Filed under: News — Tags: , , , , — Yukino @ 7:42 PM


Happy New Year, visitors!

In an effort to set small yet achievable monthly goals in order to help motivate me, I’ve decided that at the start of each month I’m going to share those goals and update them as I a) knock them out, or b) hit the end of the month. Besides, maybe this will help me clear up my backlogs instead of spending way too much time looting every damn container in Fallout 4. (more…)

May 30, 2013

My Summer 2013 Project Backlog Plan of Attack

Filed under: Project Backlog — Tags: , , , — Yukino @ 12:22 PM

It’s not like I’ve gone out and bought a tonne of new games, so why is it that my backlog is growing?


Yup. That damn addictive game keeps me coming back, even though I have finished all the quests I can with my first character. And now the collector’s edition with the one bit of DLC I did not buy is coming out. I’m thinking the only way to get me off this game is to leave it at my mother in law’s place all summer long. It has distracted me far too long now. (more…)

March 30, 2011

The Curious Case of the Never-Ending Backlog

Nine out of ten gamers have one. We don’t mean for it to happen, but new and shinier things always seem to come our way, leading to last week’s new release finding its way to the stack of games we promise ourselves we will get back to just as soon as the summer lull comes around.

For some of us, it’s not so bad. Less than a baker’s dozen of past releases remain sealed or still have that fresh from the factory smell. And we will get to those, just as soon as we finish up a season of whatever EA Sports title or in-depth RPG is causing the hold up. For others (primarily those working in the industry, whether it be as developer or journalist), that stack of games is more likely triple what a normal gamer has waiting.  It’s not that you don’t want to play them, because you most definitely do, but in between playing or making games for work, plowing through weekly review copies and picking up the ones you aren’t comped, it doesn’t take long to watch your backlog develop into a monster. (more…)

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