Your Own Personal 'Games List'
Axel last edited by
I use Backloggery, it's pretty cool and is easy to maintain. You can also sort your games by completed, in progress, wishlist, etc.
It's missing a few bells and whistles like release date or your top 20 for example though.
I didn't go back to my NES or SNES days when filling it up, too many holes in my memory!
RARMSTAR last edited by
@axel woah, Backloggery looks really, really cool - maybe I need to get in on that too!
ACardAttack last edited by
I use excel, different tabs for genres, and then a tab for me to play, and I have those somewhat ranked in order I want to play
Hazz3r last edited by Hazz3r
As said in the Completed Games thread, I use HowLongToBeat. I've not gone back to my childhood, but that's mainly because I completed very, very, very few games as a child.
Also, 102 Dalmations Puppies to the Rescue is a really really really fun game.
DIPSET last edited by
Evernote is a great free app if you are a student or in some sort of management type job where you need to keep track of odds and ends.
It's simple and not as thorough as Google Docs, but if you need a simple check list to organize your video game backlog, upcoming games, or everyday life like a weekend to-do list, it's pretty great. Problem with the free version is that you can only sign in two times.
Brannox last edited by
Personally, I have a few lists within two documents.
The first, and much larger one, is my Top 30 games of all time list I created WAAAAYYY back when the top 100 thread got put together. I thought it would be a good idea to keep it and modify it as necessary, and so far that's been a good call. Within that same Word document, I have GOTY lists from recent years to not only help me sort my feelings on what my favorites of the year were/are, but it's also a good reminder of what I played. (This year though, it's rather.... scarce).
My other document is an excel sheet of what I'm anticipating. I order it by priority, but each entry is the name, how much I can get it for, what system I want it on, and when I can get it. This keeps me from forgetting some of the lesser hyped titles and helps me allocate when to get what.
Ringedwithtile last edited by
I have a list of favorites and a list of stuff I want to play, both are organized by debut year, and I've been trying to go through my to play list in chronological order if possible. Been working through the mid-90's of late.
Oscillator last edited by Oscillator
(Ordered by priority)
Alien Isolation (Xbox One)
Breath of the Wild (Wii U) [Master Trials DLC]
Super Smash Bros. For Wii U (Challenges)
Star Wars Battlefront (Xbox One)
Hydro Thunder Hurricane (Xbox 360)
Tony Hawk's Project 8 (Xbox 360)
Cuphead (Xbox One)
Metroid Prime (Wii)
Perfect Dark (N64) [Mission target times]
Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions (Xbox One)
Dirt Rally (Xbox One)
Halo 4 (Xbox 360)
Sherlock Holmes: Crimes & Punishments (Xbox One)
Ongoing casual play:
The Master Chief Collection (Xbox One) [Multiplayer only]
The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (Xbox 360)
Post-backlog plans - A bunch of Switch games, Planet Coaster (PC)
Desire index - Pikmin 4, The Elder Scrolls VI
As for a list of every game I've ever played...I've played half of the Nintendo 64's entire library, so that's not happening. XD But I could potentially make a list of every game I've completed. The only physical list I maintain (my backlog was all in my head until this post) is my top 30 games of all time.
bam541 last edited by bam541
I only have a list to keep track of recent games that i am interested in but haven't bought and played. Currently it's like this (in order from the most important):
Dragon Quest XI
Hellblade Senua's Sacrifice
What Remains of Edith Finch
Detroit Become Human
Horizon Frozen Wilds
NeoCweeny last edited by
I have a backloggery profile: https://www.backloggery.com/CWEENY
I also used to make an excel sheet but didn't manage to maintain it.