I don't know if anyone reads these. Hardly anyone comments, but hey, I'm just going to shoot this out there.
I've always been very stingy when it comes to buying new games, especially after a history of buying games that looked cool and which turned out to be a one-trick pony. This has only gotten worse with my new devotion to Warframe, which is ever-new and always changing, with always a new thing to bring me back for more. This has resulted in a backlog of games in my library that I have yet to complete or even play. As a completionist, this irks me on a level I cannot describe...and now that I'm living on my own, it's gotten all the more complicated.
I want to get The Evil Within, despite the fact that its probably another shitty console port in terms of compatibility with PC (I don't understand why the big companies hate mouse and keyboard so much...they didn't used to...), but it's 60 fucking dollars. Also, several games are on sale, on Steam, or otherwise free to play for a while, (not that it really matters, since I can't afford to spend money when I don't have an income). I live in persistent fear of becoming even more absorbed in the computer than I already am. I haven't seen any of my new real-life friends all that much, and I feel like I'm neglecting them, and if I don't do something, the fragile friendships I'm building are going to vanish and here I'll be sixty years from now, in the same room, in front of the same machine, with no friends, a sad, lonely man filled with regret. That thought has started scaring me more as of late...
So I don't know if anyone who deems to read this understood anything I just said, but yeah, existential suffering going down.
On the brighter side, I had a Job interview this week. I should know on Friday if I passed the first hurdle. Wish me luck!
Playing: Warframe (Sort of need to stop XD)