Ahoy and welcome to (the remains of) my backlog! My goal going forward is to keep my
s under 10, meaning I play games relatively soon after acquiring them.
If you'd like to know more about me as a person - my favorite sports teams, classes in particular games, Hogwarts house, what my username comes from, etc. - check the ABOUT ME
There are also LISTS
where you can see what my favorite games and franchises are, including awards for various things I like.
My CURRENT THEME
is explained below as well. If I'm really excited about an upcoming game, I'll make a theme for it. Otherwise, it will likely be a generic, Link-centric theme because Link is awesome.
Finally, you can learn more about HOW I ROLL
in terms of the Backloggery designations towards the end of this sidebar.
Feel free to comment or PM me if you want to chat about anything! You can also add me to your Multitap, but I might not be able to add you back with how many I currently have in mine.
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Last Updated January 11th, 2018
Top 10 Games Per System: [Link]
Top 10 Franchises: [Link]
*NOTE: All games are listed using to the system they were originally released for. Remakes, ports, and compilations are not considered, lest Final Fantasy IV appear five times.
Pokemon: The Final Adventures! No, I'm not quitting Pokemon forever, but I HAVE decided that this will be my final playthrough for Generations III-VI. There's just too much that's changed in Gen VII, and it'll be difficult to go back again, so one final farewell!
HOW I ROLL
= Haven't finished. My goal for each game is listed as [B] (Beat), [B/C] (Beat or Complete), or [C] (Complete).
= Have watched the credits, or a similar goal has been accomplished (example: finishing Classic Mode with all characters in Smash Bros). They're separated into 4 categories based on difficulty of completion: SAS (Short and Sweet), LBD (Long but Doable), FBS (Frustrating but Short), and PD (Pure Death).
= Unlocked everything in a game (including trophies/achievements). Higher difficulties don't count towards
unless something is unlocked.
= Personal challenge completed. Not dying in a Zelda game is not a challenge for me (except the NES games and, it turns out, Breath of the Wild). Not dying while not getting any upgrades or doing any side-quests in a Zelda game IS a challenge for me. I don't do many
s because I like to do everything I can when I play a game, so don't expect to see too many
s in my collection.
= Unending. I do not
my duplicates, because if I'm not going to play a game, what's the point in me buying it? Instead, duplicates are accurately marked based on my progress in those versions of the games. Yes, this increases my
) count, but it IS an exact reflection of the work I've put into my games, and that's more important to me than some meaningless count or score.