To play: basically everything.

I succumbed to latent nerdiness and created an Excel spreadsheet for my game collection. It’s a little shameful.

(Note: I sell most of the games I finish, but even so… my track record for finishing games –or even starting them– isn’t that hot.)

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  • Dan Cox  On 03.30.12 at 8:10 pm

    “It’s not *that* nerdy to make a spreadsheet of a game collection,” says the guy who typed up his own list, wrote the HTML for the table and then posted it online too. (Neither action though beats a friends of mine who typed up all of his collections — books, DVDs/Blu-rays and games — and then wrote the software himself to dynamically sort it by title, year and other attributes. *He’s* a nerd.)

    Also, I recommend Fallout 3. For, you know, no reason in particular.

  • Another Gamer  On 03.30.12 at 10:48 pm

    My favorite part was the thing that says “Minecraft: Ongoing.” Boy, that says it all, doesn’t it?

  • Bludr  On 03.31.12 at 10:01 am

    This is great idea, I would prefer to have this online as part of some clever gaming social network, but I might start my own Excel sheet. I would probably add column for “lenght of the game” (taken from howlongtobeat.com) as it sometimes is big part of my decision process what game should I play next (not much time left for gaming these days). I will use this as an inspiration.

  • Thene  On 04.02.12 at 10:41 am

    I’m glad to see FFXIII so high up that list. I honestly think it’s terrifically underrated. Meta and great character melodrama don’t sell a game for most people, sadly.

  • sergiocornaga  On 04.10.12 at 8:01 am

    Bludr: what you want basically exists in the form of http://www.backloggery.com/

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