Right in the feels..

1 : Anonymous2021/12/24 03:50 ID: rndair
Right in the feels..
2 : Anonymous2021/12/24 04:02 ID: hprpklg

Fallout, Fear, Fifa, Fight Night, Final Fantasy....

Did you only buy PS3 games that started with the letter F?

ID: hprqwaf

Oof good point, this looks a bit off. That's clearly a closeup of a much larger collection.

ID: hps0s3q

What is the point of this?

Games less good over time?

I love me some Sonic and Mario, but games are way better now.

ID: hpsfi8m

I was more amazed at how realistic this was for the fact he hasn't managed to get a PS5 yet

ID: hps0e0k


ID: hps0vrf

That's alphabetical organizing.

ID: hpseauq

So they prob had more games than just the F section. Just not pictured

3 : Anonymous2021/12/24 07:03 ID: hps7kwl

I almost feel the opposite, as an adult gamer I have more disposable income and therefore more games... Just a lot of them go unplayed or unfinished.

ID: hpsilx8

Same, grew up poor af and got 1 game a year from my uncle overseas.

Now I work in IT and can buy any game, but don't have time to play them like before.


ID: hpslq48

Do you have a nephew?

ID: hpsrrl8

Same, also work in IT. couldn't tell you the last game I actually finished. When I get home the last thing I want to do is stare at a screen some more.

ID: hpskkpv

I feel this.

My overflowing Steam backlog every time I buy a new game: What is wrong with you!?

ID: hpsjcyy

More money but less time.

ID: hpsxi52

When you're a kid you have time and energy, but no money.

When you're an adult you have money and energy, but no time.

When you're old you have money and time, but no energy.

ID: hpsmlv6

More disposable income, less available time.

ID: hpsh3oz

Same.. the stack keeps growing.. one day I’ll finish them all.

4 : Anonymous2021/12/24 04:25 ID: hprs9dy

Ahh the digital storage age is upon us

ID: hps3mhr

I prefer digital but I understand why people like discs

ID: hpsa9bo

Personally, I like physical cuz I check out games from my public library a lot of the time lol

ID: hps8nfy

Both have their advantages and disadvantages Pros of digital version- You can buy and play it immediately after it's downloaded

Cons of digital version- Storage is mostly limited in console Downloading is a pain in the ass if your internet is shitty Can't resell

ID: hps7k6p

I prefer digital but I understand why people like discs

You can sell physical copies but you're stuck with them in steam.

ID: hps80fx

One weakness I recently found with physical games was when I learned about PS Remote Play. You can play games on your PS4 or PS5 anywhere with an internet connection using a computer or phone. But in order to play physical games, you need to insert the disc into the console... which you can't do if you're trying to use PS Remote Play, and are not physically there

5 : Anonymous2021/12/24 04:21 ID: hprrr68

I don't trust anyone who has that many Fifa titles on the shelf...

ID: hps02zx

That's actually below average for the normal Fifa player.

ID: hps248g
I don’t trust any fifa player.
ID: hps6ms3

Cries in Career Mode

ID: hprz624

I’m concerned

ID: hps7lvx

No need to worry, Fifa 22 is the last Fifa EA game. That's not to say EA won't make another football related game, it just won't he titled Fifa

ID: hpse4ij

I thought they had the license until Fifa 23 no?

6 : Anonymous2021/12/24 04:14 ID: hprqxyd

Is this just you realizing that as you get older you have less time to play games?

ID: hps5248

I'm a marine engineer and I actually get more time to play games than in my younger days of school etc. And the only reason I don't have much on my shelf is digital distribution.

ID: hps0fpg

I looked at it as starting from the ps4 and onwards, there'll be less physical games thanks to digital downloads and "free" games services like PS+, gamepass, etc.

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ID: hprutis

I hear that.

ID: hps2n4p

looks at my 3 thousand hours in Destiny 2

Oh yeah totally the point......

ID: hps7p21

This is the proper answer. There's about 30 years of game playing in this picture. Life changes a lot in 20 years.

ID: hps2hgq

That and being less willing to waste that time investment (and money) "trying" new games you're not even sure you're gonna like. You eventually realize what franchises and genres you are more likely to enjoy a new release from and only buy and try those.

7 : Anonymous2021/12/24 07:29 ID: hps9olc

To be fair the PS1 games could be chunky with the 4 disks, I still have my original Final Fantasy 9 and Legend of Dragoon case and disks. They will probably be buried with me, I just can't get rid of them lol.

8 : Anonymous2021/12/24 04:05 ID: hprpvwm

Wait until you look for a ps5 game...

ID: hprspq9

Too late, scalpers got them all.

ID: hps6itq

Or look for a ps5.

ID: hpsg0qp

I’ve had a PS5 for a while now. I just realised I have no idea what a physical PS5 game looks like.

9 : Anonymous2021/12/24 05:30 ID: hprz3q6

Right in the Repost

10 : Anonymous2021/12/24 04:22 ID: hprrx55

The opposite for me. Games back then were mostly $60, not many alternatives unless you rented. I played two or three n64 games, and one snes game from my brother.

Now with sales I have way too many steam games.

ID: hpspv8d

I mean $60 new. We didn’t have much money when I was young. My parents once in a blue moon would take us to Blockbuster or gamestop and we’d buy used ~$20 games for ps1 and xbox original

11 : Anonymous2021/12/24 03:51 ID: hpro996

Good because renting larger apartments is become more expensive

12 : Anonymous2021/12/24 04:39 ID: hprttn8

I like the PS5 picture too. Hard to find.

13 : Anonymous2021/12/24 07:43 ID: hpsas87


14 : Anonymous2021/12/24 09:40 ID: hpsjb28

The exact opposite for me. I have to have a giant collection of games to justify the expense of my machine. Otherwise, I wasted money on it.

15 : Anonymous2021/12/24 04:48 ID: hpruqaa

In 2012, there isn't anything to play

In 2021, there aren't enough consoles to play on


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