Seeing a game through to the credits. It sounds silly, but it's a habit that I've developed over the past year or so when playing in my spare time and I'm really keen to nip it on the bud. It's a symptom of modern life, really, and something I'm sure we can all empathize with. But still, there's a difference between tossing a game on the ol' pile of shame and not actually finishing a game because of one reason or another. Providing it's not some god awful car crash or an all-consuming RPG like Fallout 4 or The Witcher 3, in 2016 I'd like to finish as many games as possible. Games like SOMA or Everybody's Gone to the Rapture that I can plough through in a weekend or so for a satisfying dose of closure.
Be sure to at least try out the games on PS+ collection, too many times do I download them and forget about them. They're a great (and free) way to try out things I'd otherwise never buy.
Well, for me, it's the usual "finish every game before I start a new one" resolution that I can't seem to keep. I think I also want to start finishing more single-player games starting this year.
My main issue is, which shouldn't surprise the staff or anyone who's my friend on PSN, is that I love multiplayer shooters. With me having kids and all that, I need quick fixes and shooters supply that fix. But yeah, I really ought to play and finish more single-player games.
I promise I'll do it for real this time...no, really.
Something I say every year and I probably won't do it, but I want to try and complete more games. I have a horrible habit of getting deep into a game and then just not finishing it before I move on. I would also say to try series I usually skip, but let's be honest, I skip them for a reason.
Give more genres a chance, including JRPGs. 2015 was the year that took my RPG virginity away, and I've quite enjoyed them. I want to continue that this year and play a wider variety of games. Other than that, I think I'm going to finally buy an Xbox One and see what all the exclusives are about.
I'm guilty of investing way too much time into multiplayer shooters, ignoring the huge number of great single-player games being released. This year I'll try to ignore the call of the grind, and instead experience the best solo adventures that the PlayStation 4 and Vita have to offer.
As with most everyone here, I need to finish games. Most particularly, I need to go back to games after I review them and do trophy runs, cleanup playthroughs, and actually play them to enjoy them beyond the review.
I fell out of touch with trophy hunting in 2015, and that's something I look to get back to big time. It's an investment, but it's something I haven't been as strongly dedicated to this past year, and I want to renew that drive.