So ... many ... games!
I've been playing like a madman (or rather, like someone who knows Christmas break ends eventually). The Steam sales lately have given me so many games for so cheap I'm running out of room on my desktop for all the shortcuts, and that's not even counting all the free indie horror I've been playing lately too (speaking of which, now that I've become so much braver, so many of them are SO DISAPPOINT).
I've even re-bought games that I own on other platforms -- specifically I'm thinking of Resident Evil 6, which, in its PC incarnation, exceeds my wildest dreams, solving every last problem I had (and there were very few) with the PS3 version. First, I was pleased to find that backing up my save data (so that I always have a save with a fresh Mercenaries Mode with no scores set) was as easy as copying a single file. Then, I found a save editor that allowed me to unlock all the stages and characters (and even their alternate costumes, which you otherwise have to "earn" via online events!) for the Mercenaries Mode, saving me the trouble of even bothering with the long hard slog of re-completing the entire campaign that I'd been dreading, and
it will let me reset the stage scores to 0 whenever I want, obviating the need to keep separate save data in the first place. And then
, I even found a mod allowing me to replace all the X360 button icons with PS3 button icons, eliminating the final unwanted difference between this and the PS3 version (not that button icons are even close to a big deal in the first place).
So now I have a version of this game that I'll never lose, can be edited and modified as I desire, allows all forms of input, and will only get better with time (that is, on future PCs).
Also Dark Souls
. This game is incredible. Why did I ever doubt it? I never did as well with Demon's Souls. Maybe I'm just more used to the idea of a PC game I can't pause.
Just pray that you don't
Been there, done that, got the T-shirt, and then died.