For ages when I have sat at a computer or device to play a game, I have had a glut of choice. An most of the time I sit there and contemplate what I should play, maybe read about the game, and inevitably do nothing.
Sometimes I even load up one of the 50 games in my steam list or icons on my desktop, but I am left dissatisfied. Did I pick the right game? Did I make any progress? Is that game meaningful to me?
Recently I decided to tackle it by going to a “rule of 7” - a maximum of 7 games can be installed at any one time. If I want another game I have to remove one first (not buy one and then remove one). It still means I have a lot of games to pick from, 7 on phone, 7 on PC, 7 on iPad, but it has really streamlined what I want to play and when.
I feel much better about me gaming now. I feel like I can just dive right in to one of the games. And if I am not enjoying it, I cut it loose and don’t have all these feelings of unfinished business hanging over my head.
Anyone else get these sorts of feelings?