...Whether it be due to indecision, finances, time, moods, responsibilities, or other factors?
It's been in the back of my mind lately.
For me, I don't get good Internet with my current living situation, so I take that into consideration with game purchases. (Among other things.)
I keep thinking that moving would afford me new options with gaming. But I still feel conflicted about what gaming purchases would be worth it, and which ones I should avoid.
When I look at my current collection of games I still feel mixed about it over all. I'm a little cautious about my future purchasing decisions based off of the present. (ex: Pokemon Shield.)
Amidst big releases, indie games; physical and digital releases; and tons of DLC, micro-transactions and subscriptions there is a sea of options to consider. And just knowing about a game and doing some research isn't always enough to know it'll be worth it in the long run.
Anyone else feel like it's gotten difficult to decide what's worth buying and playing? And how do you usually make your decisions these days?