My Gaming Backlog Is Getting Ridiculous…

  
I think I have a problem. Either I am buying too many games or I don’t have enough time to play them. Anyway, let me share my list of games I’ve started but have yet to finish. 

  • Disgaea D2
  • Bayonetta
  • Final Fantasy Type-0
  • Ni No Kuni
  • Dragon Age Origins
  • Mark of the Ninja
  • Persona 4 Golden
  • Freedom Wars
  • Final Fantasy VI
  • Watch Dogs
  • Sly Cooper: Theives in Time
  • Remember Me
  • Metro Last Light
  • Lone Survivor 
  • Dragon’s Crown
  • Muramasa Rebirth
  • Halo 4
  • Assassins Creed 4: Black Flag
  • Olli Olli 2
  • Super Mario 3D World
  • Paper Mario
  • Grand Theft Auto V
  • Mirror’s Edge
  • Vanquish
  • Velocity 2X
  • Papo & Yo

Is there something wrong with me? I can’t be the only one that has a list this long. Where should I start first if I want to even attempt clearing out this list?


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Batman Arkham Knight “All Who Follow You” Trailer


Is it wrong that I get giddy every time a new Arkham Knight trailer is released? Does the word giddy make me seem like a prepubescent child? Probably but who cares, I’m a geek, I love this shit!

Anyway the new “All Who Follow You” Trailer shows off the four characters developer Rocksteady has been teasing this weekend. The gameplay is something Rocksteady is calling “Dual Play”. During specific moments in the game you will be able to switch between Batman and one of his allies in real time like GTA V and pull off tag team moves. I can’t scream through words but that sound fricken awesome.

Batman Arkham Knight arrives this June 23.

Mad Max Overview Trailer

I like this. License games don’t come out often anymore, but they seem to be getting better in quality. This new Mad Max game looks to have everything you would want from a game with a post apocalyptic wasteland. Psychopathic mutants, customizable badass cars, changing environment, in depth fighting system. I’m in.

I also like that publishers are not binding these games to their movies or whatever they are based off of. While both the game and movie come out within the same year, the game comes out several months after the movie arrives. Also, the game isn’t based off the new movie, so the developers have no restrictions on where they want to go.

Mad Max arrives September 1, 2015.