Gaming New Years Resolutions



    • Reduce my backlog, not add to it.
    • Play through all of the Metal Gear Solid games.
    • Get a NES, SNES, PS1.
    • Save to get a 4K HDR TV.


  • @Fridge-man said in Gaming New Years Resolutions:

    • Reduce my backlog, not add to it.
    • Play through all of the Metal Gear Solid games.
    • Get a NES, SNES, PS1.
    • Save to get a 4K HDR TV.

    Fire goals. Consider renting old consoles. A great store near me had super affordable retro console rentals. So unless you are a collector, you can affordably play classic games authentically as opposed to emulation.

    Also MGS Legacy Collection is the way to go. Such an awesome package. It's discontinued now, but I recommend looking it up for the art book and poster that comes with it.



  • @GoTaco That's the thing though, I kind of am a collector. Not a super hard-core one, mind you, but I do like to get my games on physical versions of games and I have bunch of consoles. NES and SNES are the only ones missing from my Nintendo home console collection (not counting virtual boy), and PS1 is the only console in the Playstation family I do not own.

    I've been looking for Legacy Collection, but unfortunately it's rare to come by here in Sweden and the one place that has it sells it for full price.. Probably gonna have to import it..



    1. Buy fewer games, but spend more time on the games I do buy
    2. Don't buy games until I'm ready to play them
    3. Finally try a Yakuza game
    4. Don't buy a Switch until there's something worth playing on it


    • Get my Dad to play games with me
    • Get into more strategy games
    • Actually play the games I get on Steam
    • Stop buying things at Day One (except for Mass Effect: Andromeda; I'm sorry)


  • I really like this idea but I'm mainly just going to steal some of all of your ideas that I really liked or spoke to me.

    • Don't buy games until I'm ready to play them
    • Don't buy a Switch until there's plenty worth playing on it and I have the time to play them
    • Don't feel the need to continue a game just to beat it if I'm not enjoying it
    • Get more involved in the EzA community


  • I have one rule.
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  • @Mbun And "No Mental Breakdowns"



  • @Fridge-man

    Well I've noticed the consoles for sale at a super reasonable price too. Most good games are in the $50-100CAD range for NES, SNES, and N64 I've noticed which kinda sucks but at certain stores you'll find a nice working console which is super nice. The place near me even has boxes of old consoles to buy if you wanna just decorate a self.

    Legacy Collection looks good on the shelf and the art book is cool because it has all of the advertising art from Metal Gear to Ground Zeros, but in terms of simply playing MGS, you can always simply download the collection which has everything except MGS4 and MGS1.



  • @Mbun said in Gaming New Years Resolutions:

    I have one rule.
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    Adding "be more like Kyle" to my list :P