So I went to my friends house the other day and we were playing on his screen, then he pulled out his ''game'' binder and started flipping the pages and said, ''Look at all this.'' Mostly PS2 games, and he pulled out ''Capcom Classics'' and a number of games like ''Crazy Taxi'', ''Soul Caliber 2'' etc. It's like every time he came to my house, he would be excited about all my games. But then he'd make trips to Goodwill or even Game Stops that still sell PS2 games, and he'd pick up ''classics.'' And now he keeps saying he has the better games than me. I almost felt offended but realized I shouldn't be arguing over something stupid.
He only has like 5 PS3 games, I have way more. But who cares. I mean this guy picks up games he considers classics just to have them in his binder so he can show off. And when he's at my house, he always pulls subliminal stuff like tells me even though I have Mario Kart, I don't have ''all'' of the Mario Karts. It's starting to get a bit annoying. He has to make himself feel good by getting all the ''classics.'' What do you feel his motive is? I don't understand collecting classics just to have them. I don't even think he plays all of them. How does this make one feel special? Do you anyone that collects games like they're baseball cards and puts them in binders to try to show off?
And he gets rid of the games that he feels aren't ''good'' enough to be in his binder.