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M / Adanac
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Posted 7/13/15
Oppai. No kyonyuu character or pretty girl, no buy.
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M / PH3NF1X
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Posted 7/13/15
you see I just have this thing called steam and then sales happened
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M / [ ᴄʟᴀssɪғɪᴇᴅ ]
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Posted 7/14/15

I buy em to escape my strenuous routine.

Not particular when it comes to console or publisher, but I am a tad picky about gaming hours, storyline, and reviews (this is where research comes to play). Need to know if its worth the dough I'll pay for.

Minus the rpgs and anime games, if the title's good enough to keep my interest piqued and/or adrenaline pumpin', I'm sated.
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Posted 7/14/15
i usally rent a game from my rental site gamefly b4 buying them so i know i like the games plus i dont buy many games in the 1st place
Posted 7/14/15
Whatever looks fun to me.
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Posted 7/15/15
I usually order on the net something that looks pretty fun and games that I have heard good things about. I also love me some random good looking Japanese games.
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Posted 7/16/15
Steam sales rule , all hail lord Gaben !
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Posted 7/19/15
like it
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Posted 7/19/15
I buy a lot of games. I hate downloads unless it's a download title. I enjoy having the disc and case. But I like buying, more like bingeing, used games so I can get more at once. Of course I buy some new ones, but I enjoy playing games I missed out on when they first came out.
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36 / M / Planet Sanno
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Posted 7/19/15
*ponders*

Been gaming all my life. I cannot imagine it not being a feature of my day-to-day existence. That being said, though I prefer JRPGs, I also enjoy fighting games, the occasional old school FPS (e.g. Doom), and some odds and ends that don't really fit into any one genre. And, like several others, I seem to belong to the cult of Steam, these days. All those sales!
Posted 8/4/15
I'm a casual gamer, but it really helps me
release steam after being stressed with school all day.
I usually buy my games through Amazon, new..
because I'm too lazy to drive 80 miles to gamestop.
Posted 8/4/15
I'm always months/years behind others because I'll wait until I see gameplay and reviews and maybe pricedrops. That being said I don't buy many modern games really.
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Posted 8/5/15
I definitely don't buy them all. I always need to think if that game is worth my money.

I research the game first from youtube, trailers, comment and etc. Then, if I'm satisfied that I'd enjoy it, and determine I'll enjoy the game, I buy it.

But sometimes, I randomly go to a shop and just buy some games that are on sale or either people claimed that are worth playing like Mass Effect & Persona 4.

I mostly buy from Sony, since most of the anime or JRPGs comes out on the Sony Platforms.
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Posted 8/5/15
I use to buy games on humble bundle or steam sale for my PC when there is a good deal, but I always have a hard time finishing games in my library.

Recently I got a used PS3 from a garage sale and started buying games I couldn't find on PC. I miss the feeling of the controller and also I kinda just buy games that feels good in my hands (physical contact). Buying games on a whim is kinda wasteful but at the same time it is really fulfilling when you find something unknown.
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Posted 8/5/15
I try not to buy a new game until I finish one I already own (or decide I'm done playing it). Of course, I end up buying them anyway and pile up a backlog that could easily last 2 years.
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