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Re: VGC's Anonymous/"General" Topic:
« Reply #14790 on: May 13, 2019, 03:58:32 pm »
I'm currently in the planning stages of a fairly big update to my game room, and part of that is estimating how big my PS4 collection is going to become. I'm leaving both the Switch and XBONE out of this equations because while these two consoles have several games I really want to own and play, the Switch is still too early in its life for me to have an accurate assessment of how many games for it I may want to own someday, and the XBONE will be lucky if more than 20 games for it sound appealing enough to me to buy. The PS4 on the other hand is already a massive collection for me and there are so, so, so many games for it that I still want to own and play. On top of that Sony has been my default place for multiplats since the PS2, unless of course there is a compelling reason to buy a multiplat on another console.


But so far I have been going through every North American released PS4 game and even though I'm only up to I in the alphabet, there are already nearly a hundred more games I'd still like to own for it. One thing that blows me away is how many titles for it I've never heard of or seen, many of which are either Indie games or Indie games released by LRG and its ilk of small physical print run online stores. It really makes the PS4 a very interesting and almost enigmatic system for collecting since there have been so many games that never saw a widespread releases, and that most people who own the console will never hear about or see.


Despite finding the PS4's library fascinating, it's taken me a really, really long time to go through all of it as is given just how many games are on the system. At this rate it'll probably take me until week's end to finish doing this, but already its looking like I'm going to need a much bigger shelf in my game room which I'm going to have to wedge in somehow. But I'll hold off on planning that until I'm done going through the PS4s library of games.

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« Reply #14791 on: May 13, 2019, 04:47:29 pm »
I think after buying and owning a PS4 for about 9ish months I would say that it's my favorite system of all time now. So many incredible games for it.
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Re: VGC's Anonymous/"General" Topic:
« Reply #14792 on: May 17, 2019, 07:07:51 am »
I think after buying and owning a PS4 for about 9ish months I would say that it's my favorite system of all time now. So many incredible games for it.
I'd never been deep into PlayStation.  I never had a PS1, I got the PS2 super late in the lifecycle, and I bought the PS3 primarily to be a blu-ray player.

But after I got my PS4 (mostly to play Bloodborne)?  It's easily my most played console at the moment.  It's easily my biggest modern collection.  Way better for exclusives than XB1.  I freaking love it.



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Re: VGC's Anonymous/"General" Topic:
« Reply #14793 on: May 17, 2019, 05:38:05 pm »
Welcome to the brotherhood, fellas! We have drinks and the best games.

Re: VGC's Anonymous/"General" Topic:
« Reply #14794 on: May 19, 2019, 12:17:26 pm »
I'm currently in the planning stages of a fairly big update to my game room, and part of that is estimating how big my PS4 collection is going to become. I'm leaving both the Switch and XBONE out of this equations because while these two consoles have several games I really want to own and play, the Switch is still too early in its life for me to have an accurate assessment of how many games for it I may want to own someday, and the XBONE will be lucky if more than 20 games for it sound appealing enough to me to buy. The PS4 on the other hand is already a massive collection for me and there are so, so, so many games for it that I still want to own and play. On top of that Sony has been my default place for multiplats since the PS2, unless of course there is a compelling reason to buy a multiplat on another console.


But so far I have been going through every North American released PS4 game and even though I'm only up to I in the alphabet, there are already nearly a hundred more games I'd still like to own for it. One thing that blows me away is how many titles for it I've never heard of or seen, many of which are either Indie games or Indie games released by LRG and its ilk of small physical print run online stores. It really makes the PS4 a very interesting and almost enigmatic system for collecting since there have been so many games that never saw a widespread releases, and that most people who own the console will never hear about or see.


Despite finding the PS4's library fascinating, it's taken me a really, really long time to go through all of it as is given just how many games are on the system. At this rate it'll probably take me until week's end to finish doing this, but already its looking like I'm going to need a much bigger shelf in my game room which I'm going to have to wedge in somehow. But I'll hold off on planning that until I'm done going through the PS4s library of games.


Well holy poo...


I just finished going through the entire PS4 library as it stands right now and my wishlist is at 290 games! I knew that this wishlist would be insane when I hadn't even got halfway through the alphabet and I was already at 100 games. What's funny is that prior to doing this I thought I knew the PS4s library pretty well, but I'd say at least half the games I added to my list I knew literally nothing about, and many of those I didn't even know existed. The PS4 might have the most interesting, complex library of games since the days of unlicensed NES games. I am truly impressed.


What's even more crazy is that someday, assuming nothing ever happens to my collection, the PS4 will likely overtake my PS2 collection as my largest console library. I currently have 381 PS2 games with about 35 PS2 games I'm still on the hunt for, meaning that someday I should be over 400 games for that console. Compare that to my PS4 collection which currently stands at 128 games with the 290 games I'm after and you can see why it will someday challenge its size. That's not even mentioning that the PS4 is still getting regular releases and probably will at least for the next 2-years until the PS5 starts coming into its own. Considering this I have little doubt that someday, probably years from now, my PS4 collection will overtake my PS2 collection.


This certainly also gives me a solid idea of what I'm going to have to do in order to accommodate a collection of this size. I am likely going to order another of the really large Atlantic 1080 CD media shelves that I currently use for my PS2 collection. Since it will be a while before the PS4 collection will need this shelf to itself, I am going to actually transplant my PS1 collection to it as well, and use my current PS1 shelf which hold about 450 CDs to hold my growing Saturn collection. What's funny is I assumed before going through the PS4 library that it would indefinitely share the same shelf with the PS1 collection, thinking there couldn't more than 150 PS4 games that I'd still want to get. How wrong I was lol. Sadly this is probably the last expansion I'm going to be able to do with my current game room at least until I movie into a place with a larger room that I can turn into my game room. I rent part of a house and have two bedrooms at my disposal, one of which is my game room. It is already jam packed with shelves, games, boxes and figures, and shoehorning one more shelf is going to take some creativity and skill. I'm confident that it can be done, however I'm fairly certain that if I run out of room again it'll take either moving to a bigger place or starting to box stuff up in order to have enough room for everything, the latter which I'd prefer to avoid.


One last thing is I hope I have the same luck in tracking PS4 games down that I had with the PS2 and original XBOX. Most of my PS2 and XBOX collection came from a store called Tradesmart which was owned by the now defunct Go Hastings corporation that went belly up back in 2016. They used to sell anything that was older than PS3/360/Wii for only $3 a pop regardless of title. Obviously this resulted in a lot of competition with other collectors and resellers, however my biggest issue towards the end was the employees of that store who'd snipe almost anything that went for over $15 on ebay. However, for a few years that place was a goldmine and roughly 70% of my PS2 collection came from there, and probably 90% of my original XBOX collection. I suppose PAWN shops will be my best bet on a lot of these in terms of getting them cheap, however I'm probably going to have to utilize Gamestop and ebay a fair bit since many of these titles are obscure af. And of course there are the 56 Limited Run, Special Reserve and other limited online only titles that I'm going to have to get using ebay. Luckily most of these titles seem to go for what they retailed at originally, with only a few fetching a much higher, inflated price.


I'm looking forward to this new collecting journey that will be more of a marathon rather than a sprint.

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« Reply #14795 on: May 19, 2019, 12:23:22 pm »
And in case anyone is curious, here is my PS4 wishlist I pulled from the console's greater library of games:


  1. 2064: Read Only Memories (LRG)


2. 25th Ward: The Silver Case


3. 3D Mini golf


4. 428: Shibuya Scramble


5. 8-bit Adventures Anthology Vol 1 (LRG)


6. 8-bit Armies


7. Aaero (LRG)


8. Abzu


9. Agatha Christie: The ABC Murders


10. Agony


11. AI: The Somnium Files ~~~~~~


12. Akiba’s Beat


13. Akiba’s Trip: Undead and Undressed


14. Anima: Gate of Memories


15. Antiquia Lost (LRG)


16. Atari Flashback Vol 1


17. Atari Flashback Vol 2


18. Atari Flashback Vol 3


19. Back to the Future: The Game


20. Bastion (LRG)


21. Batman Arkam Knight


22. Batman: Return to Arkham


23. Battle Chef Brigade Deluxe (LRG)


24. Bit Trip Presents Runner 2


25. The Bit Trip


26. Blade Strangers


27. Blazblue Central Fiction


28. Blazblue Cross Tag Battle


29. Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night


30. Bomber Crew: Complete Edition


31. Bubsy: The Woolies Strike Back


32. Caligula Effect Overdose


33. Call of Cthulhu


34. Carmageddom: Max Damage


35. Cat Quest


36. Celeste (LRG)


37. Code Vein


38. Code: Realize: Bouquet of Rainbows


39. Danganronpa Trilogy


40. Dariusburst CS Chronicles Savior


41. Dark Rose Valkyrie


42. Dark Souls Remastered


43. Darkest Dungeon


44. Days Gone


45. Dead Cells


46. Dead or Alive 6


47. Death Mark


48. Death’s Gambit


49. Deception IV


50. Deracine


51. Devil May Cry HD Collection


52. Devil May Cry 5


53. Digimon Story: Cyber Slueth


54. Digimon Story: Cyber Slueth: Hacker’s Memory


55. Digimon World: Next Order


56. Disgaea 1 Complete


57. Disgaea 5


58. Dissidia NT (alt Steelbook 1)


59. Dissidia NT (alt Steelbook 2)


60. DMC Devil May Cry: Definitive Edition)


61. Don’t Starve Mega Pack


62. Doom Collectors Edition


63. Doom Eternal


64. Doom VFR


65. Double Dragon IV (LRG)


66. Double Switch (LRG)


67. Dragon Age Inquisition Game of the Year Edition


68. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2


69. Dragom Quest Heroes


70. Dragon Quest Heroes 2


71. Dragon’s Crown Pro


72. Dragon’s Lair Trilogy (LRG)


73. The Dwarves


74. Dying Light: The Following Enhanced Edition


75. Eagle Flight


76. Elex


77. Elite Dangerous: Legendary Edition


78. Enter the Gungeon (SRG)


79. Eve Valkyrie


80. Everspace: Galactic Edition


81. The Evil Within 2


82. Fairy Fencer F: Advent Dark Force


83. Fallen Legion: Sins of an Empire (LRG)


84. Farpoint


85. Fernz Gate (LRG)


86. Flinthook (LRG)


87. Friday the 13th


88. Ghostbusters


89. God Eater 3


90. God Wars Future Past


91. Grim Fandango (IA8B)


92. Gundam Versus


93. Gunhouse (LRG)


94. Helldivers


95. A Hole New World (LRG)


96. Hollow Knight


97. Hyper Light Drifter (IA8B)


98. Iconoclasts (LRG)


99. Infamous: Second Son


100. Infinifactory


101. The Inpatient


102. Inside/Limbo Double Pack


103. Jak and Daxter (LRG)


104. Jak II (LRG)


105. Jak 3 (LRG)


106. Job Simulator


107. Judgement


108. King of Fighters 97: Global Match (LRG)


109. Kingdom Come Deliverance


110. Kingdom Hearts: The Story Thus Far


111. Kingdom Hearts III


112. Knack II


113. Koihime Enbu RyoRaiRai (LRG)


114. The Last of Us: Remastered


115. Layers of Fear (LRG)


116. Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel


117. Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II


118. Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel III


119. Little Nightmares Complete Edition


120. Lone Survivor Director’s Cut (LRG)


121. Magicka 2 (LRG)


122. Marvel vs Capcom Infinite


123. Mega Man 11


124. Megadimension Neptunia VII


125. The Messenger (LRG)


126. Metal Gear Solid V: The Definitive Experience


127. Metal Max Xeno


128. Metro: Redux


129. Metro: Exodus


130. Middle Earth: Shadow of War: Definitive Edition


131. Mighty No. 9 - Signature Edition


132. Minecraft PS4 Edition


133. Monster Boy and the Cursed Kingdom


134. Monster Hunter World


135. Mortal Kombat 11 (Komplete/XL edition)


136. Moss


137. Mothergunship


138. Musynx (LRG)


139. N++ (LRG)


140. Narcosis (LRG)


141. Neurovoider (LRG)


142. New Gundam Breaker


143. Nex Machina (LRG)


144. Neir Automata: Game of the Year Edition


145. Night Trap (LRG)


146. Nights of Azure


147. Nights of Azure 2


148. No Mans Sky


149. The Nonary Games


150. Observer (LRG)


151. Olli Olli Epic Combo Edition


152. Omega Quintet


153. Omen of Sorrow


154. Onechanbara ZII: Chaos


155. Onimusha Warlords


156. Operation Arcade


157. Organ Trail (LRG)


158. Outlast Trinity


159. Override: Mech City Brawl


160. Owlboy


161. Pac Man Championship Edition 2


162. Pang Adventures


163. The Persistence


164. Persona 3 Dancing in Moonlight


165. Persona 5 Dacing in Starlight


166. Phantom Breaker Battlegrounds Overdrive (LRG)


167. Pillars of Eternity: Complete Edition


168. The Pinball Arcade


169. Pixel Gear (LRG)


170. Playstation VR Worlds


171. The Princess Guide


172. Psychonauts in the Rhombus of Ruin


173. Punchline


174. Pure Chess


175. Puyo Puyo Tetris


176. Rabi-Rabi (LRG)


177. Rad Rodgers


178. Radial-G: Racing Revolved


179. Red Dead Redemption II: Game of the Year Edition


180. Resident Evil 2


181. Resident Evil 4


182. Resident Evil 5


183. Resident Evil 6


184. Resident Evil 7: Biohazard - Gold Edition


185. Resident Evil Revelations


186. Resident Evil Revelations 2


187. RIGS: Mechanized Combat League


188. Rime


189. Risk of Rain (LRG)


190. RIVE (LRG)


191. River City Melee: Battle Royal (LRG)


192. Robinson: The Journey


193. Rocket League


194. Rogue Stormers


195. Ruiner (SRG)


196. Salt and Sactuary


197. Saturday Morning RPG (LRG)


198. School Girl Zombie Hunter


199. Sega Genesis Classics


200. Senko No Ronde 2 (LRG)


201. Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal


202. Senran Kagura: Estival Versus


203. Senran Kagura: Peach Beach Splash


204. Shadow Complex Remastered (LRG)


205. Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun


206. Shadow Warrior 2 (SRG)


207. Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn


208. Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishment


209. Sherlock Holmes : Th Devils Daughter


210. Shining Resonance Refrain


211. Shovel Night


212. Sky Force Anniversary (LRG)


213. Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition


214. Slime Rancher


215. SNK 40th Anniversary Collection


216. SNK Heroines


217. Sonic Forces


218. Sonic Mania Plus


219. South Park: The Stick of Truth


220. South Park: The Fractured But Whole


221. Spelunky (LRG)


222. Star Trek Bridge Crew


223. Stardew Valley


224. Stealth Inc: A Clone in he Dark (LRG)


225. Stern Pinball Arcade


226. Strafe (LRG/SRG)


227. Subnautica


228. Summon Night 6


229. Super Bomberman R


230. Super Hydorah (LRG)


231. Surviving Mars


232. Sword Art Online: Fatal Bullet


233. Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization


234. Sword Art Online: Lost Song


235. Syberia 3


236. Tacoma (LRG)


237. Tales of Berseria


238. Tales of Vesperia: Definitive Edition


239. The Talos Principle


240. Sonic Team Racing


241. Terraria: Special Edition


242. Tetris Effect


243. The Sinking City


244. Thimbleweed Park (LRG)


245. Thumper


246. Tiny Troopers Joint Ops: Zombie Edition


247. Tokyo Twilight Ghost Hunter


248. Tokyo Xanadu EX+


248. Tony Hawk Pro Skater 5


249. Torment: Tides of Numenera


250. Touhou Genso Rondo: Bullet Ballet


251. Touhou Kobuto V: Burst Battle


252. Toukiden 2


253. Trackmania Turbo


254. Trails Fusion


255. Ultimate Marvel vs Capcom 3


256. Under Night In-Birth Exe


257. Undertale


258. Utawarerumuno: Mask of Deception


259. Utawarerumuno: Mask of Truth


260. Valkyria Chronicles 4


261. Valkyria Revolution


262. Valthirian Arc: Hero School Story


263. Vampyr


264. Velocity 2x


265. Watchdogs 2


266. White Day: A Labyrinth Named School


267. Wild Guns: Reloaded


268. Windjammers (LRG)


269. Wipeout Omega Collection


270. The Witch and the Hundred Knight


271. The Witch and the Hundred Knight 2


272. Witcher 3: Blood and Wine Expansion


273. Witcher 3: Hearts of Stone Expansion


274. Wolfenstein 2-pack


275. Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus


276. Wonderboy: The Dragon’s Trap


277. World of Final Fantasy


278. XCOM 2 Collection


279. Xenon Valkyrie+ (LRG)


280. Yakuza 0


281. Yakuza 6


282. Yakuza Kiwami (Steelbook Edition)


283. Yakuza Kiwami 2 (Steelbook Edition)


284. Yoku’s Island Express


285. Yomawari: Midnight Shadows


286. YS Origin


287. Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA


288. Zanki Zero: Last Beginning


289. Zero Time Dilemma


290. Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner MARS



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Re: VGC's Anonymous/"General" Topic:
« Reply #14796 on: May 27, 2019, 10:31:10 am »
Happy Memorial Day, everyone.
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Re: VGC's Anonymous/"General" Topic:
« Reply #14797 on: May 27, 2019, 11:12:45 am »
Happy memorial day to all!
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« Reply #14798 on: June 04, 2019, 06:32:39 pm »
Dream idea...

Microsoft has become more buddy buddy with Nintendo lately, seeing previously exclusive Xbox/PC games coming to Switch and that Nintendo is working with Microsoft using their cloud stuff.

So at E3, Microsoft announce that Rare Replay will becoming to PC...and Switch.  This brings back games that were originally Nintendo games to Nintendo hardware for the first time in many years and I get to easily play Banjo-Kazooie and Tooie, HD, on the Switch.

At the Nintendo conference, they announce Banjo-Kazooie is coming to Smash.  Spiral Mountain level, lots of appearances from different characters, lots of great music, maybe Grunty becomes an assist.

With more of a comfortable relationship between the companies, we see Nintendo decide to dive back into what was originally a Rare classic...Diddy Kong Racing.  We get a brand new sequel, with any of the Rare characters intact.  They could even get someone like Sumo Digital to create the game, since Sonic All-Stars Racing Transformed is practically just that.

Rare Replay on Switch.
Banjo-Kazooie in Smash.
Diddy Kong Racing 2.

The biggest of dreams right here lol

kashell

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« Reply #14799 on: June 05, 2019, 08:12:43 am »
Dream big, friend.
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Re: VGC's Anonymous/"General" Topic:
« Reply #14800 on: June 27, 2019, 12:59:41 am »
I'm currently in the planning stages of a fairly big update to my game room, and part of that is estimating how big my PS4 collection is going to become. I'm leaving both the Switch and XBONE out of this equations because while these two consoles have several games I really want to own and play, the Switch is still too early in its life for me to have an accurate assessment of how many games for it I may want to own someday, and the XBONE will be lucky if more than 20 games for it sound appealing enough to me to buy. The PS4 on the other hand is already a massive collection for me and there are so, so, so many games for it that I still want to own and play. On top of that Sony has been my default place for multiplats since the PS2, unless of course there is a compelling reason to buy a multiplat on another console.

I would consider the Switch to be my multi-platform console of choice this gen, and I've come to realize that a lot of the games on the more indie side of the spectrum usually release on both PS4 and Switch, although sometimes the Switch release comes later and at a slighter higher price point. I still think it's worth it considering the portability of the Switch, but in some cases I have only realized this after buying some of these games for PS4 already.

telly

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Re: VGC's Anonymous/"General" Topic:
« Reply #14801 on: July 12, 2019, 11:17:42 am »
I can't decide if I want to play Ys Origin or FFX-2 HD next...
Currently Playing:
Ys Origin (PS4), Yu-Gi-Oh! World Championship 2007 (DS)
Off and On:
The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords Adventures (GC), Ace Combat 5: The Unsung War (PS4)

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soera

Re: VGC's Anonymous/"General" Topic:
« Reply #14802 on: July 13, 2019, 11:11:29 pm »
I can't decide if I want to play Ys Origin or FFX-2 HD Ys VIII next...

FIFY. And the answer is either cause both are great

telly

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« Reply #14803 on: July 13, 2019, 11:13:26 pm »
I can't decide if I want to play Ys Origin or FFX-2 HD Ys VIII next...

FIFY. And the answer is either cause both are great

Haha I don't have Ys VIII, it's on my wishlist though xD I did start Ys Origin though if that makes you happy!
Currently Playing:
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« Reply #14804 on: Today at 05:24:42 am »
Geez seems like every time I think about updating my collection I forget, and before I know it, months pass :). I promise I'll get around to it some day hopefully.