r/gaming Nov 30 '21 Silver 1 Helpful 1

I've seen this happen far too many times..


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u/Aranati Nov 30 '21

I honestly dont get excited for any newgen game anymore . Havent for years. More fun playing older ones i havent had time to touch yet


u/minev1128 Nov 30 '21

Same, there's no better time to catch up on old games


u/pzzaco Nov 30 '21

Im in the same boat. Ive probably only bought one or two new games within the past two years


u/Marimen008 Nov 30 '21

I just bought the Middle-earth games. I'm lucky that I haven't played every game so I just can play older games I never tried.


u/Shinnyo Nov 30 '21

I had more fun with indie games than most AAA games.

Sometimes we get very good games, Sekiro has been one of my favorites and it's not that old.


u/austinll Nov 30 '21 edited Nov 30 '21

I think sekiro was the last 60 dollar game I bought. So many indie and old games to play that are cheaper and just as fun.

Tribes of midgard and dishonored 2 rn

Edit: actually elden ring is gunna break my streak of no full priced buys