(i have an Animelist page, but most of the time i forget i even have an account there, i update it randomly, btw).
Source of banner: Hunter X Hunter, one of the best shonen manga of all time, it's just incredible. Nothing will make me forget One Piece, but this is something else, and it's worth a lot more attention than it received globally.
-The Silver Case HD Remaster Limited Retail edition by Limited Run Games - waiting for the retail deluxe box due early this year, it has a delay. (Yeah, i know what i said, but i'm gonna splooge a lil for this one, fuck it, it won't ruin my bank account)
-Assassin's Creed: Chronicles Pack (retail collection)
-The Legend Of Zelda: Twilight Princess HD
I did managed to reduce my compulsive buying spree, not by THAT much (i reached the 1000 mark), but at least now i'm more organized, and decide to make an extra buy only if i can afford it (i mostly always can, i'm really well organized for this stuff, but that's not the point).
Criteria for Null: an endless/without goals game, games part of a series that follows a chronological order (for example, i'm not playing Yakuza 3 before i beat Yakuza 2), parts of an episodic game (same rule as before), games with technical issues (like corrupted save file, or not working at all), or games that i don't intend to play.
About collections: if it's a small number of games (example: Power Stone Collection) i list the games in it individually, in case of big ass gynormous collection of old and/or arcade games, i just list the collection as one game, for convenience and since many old games, especially arcade ones, usually don't have much in a way of replay value or goals.
From now on i'm categorizing/listing every game downloaded via Playstation Network under the "PSN" category, despite of the Playstation console it works on (which is/are listed in the game info sections).
BTW, i use the Stealth Save feature a lot, don't care about statistics, i just wanna keep my memory card "clean".