Seriously. On one hand I'm so relieved and pleased to see the indie scene turning away from FPS's and over the top violence, but on the other hand I find myself browsing through the Steam catalogue, seeing all those wonderfull little games I'd love to play, and just not buying any of them since there's too many to pick from.
Maybe I've fallen victim of 25 years of console gaming. If I buy a game I've been programmed to assume I'll be playing it for multiple hours on end. No matter if that game costs me 2 of 60. Maybe I should just get used to buying a 2 game and considering it done after playing through it in a couple of hours on one sitting. But what if I do like it as much as I think I will? I'll want to play it again. And again. Meaning I won't be playing anything else that might be equally delightfull or even more so. So many games, so little time.
How do you spread your gaming time? Do you sit down with one game at a time and allow yourself to be immersed in it untill you've seen everything you deem worthy of seeing, or do you flit between different games, putting one 20+ hour game on hold to breeze through the likes of Limbo or even more condenced experiences?