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Start with the oldest purchase and work forward. That's what I do. Eliminates wasted time deciding. Also try to alternate genres so not to get genre burn out. Could also try a personal reward system. Finish 3 games, you're allowed to buy one and so forth.
Or you could keep things really simple and just spread them on the ground, close your eyes and mix them up and randomly select one.
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Heh... if you saw MY backlog you would make tinkle in your trousers. What I want to do is start an online stream and if I happen to get a decent amount of viewers I would write down the names of all of my games, put them in a hat, randomly pick a game out of the hat, beat the game and then repeat that process until all 350+ ps3 games have been completed.
- Member Since: May 9, 2007
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Yea thats a decent amount of games but I wouldnt consider that ALOT...Thats about the same amount of games I bought last week, not counting what I already have. But your best bet is to start whichever one interest you most. Play through it and enjoy it...then look at your games again and pick what you feel like playing at that time...rinse and repeat