« I often speak about having such a backlog of games in my library, but a huge part of that was constantly buying bundles, simply because they were so cheap that I felt I couldn't afford not to buy them. Having a subscription for game bundles as well, and getting into key trading.
A few years ago, I realized that this was a problem, and stopped buying bundles. I'd rarely buy new games because I just couldn't afford them, even a €20 indie game might have been too much for me to afford some months. But a €10 bundle of 5 or 6 games?
I have more disposable income now than I had back then, and if there's a game I want to play I can just buy it, which has been far, far healthier for me. I will usually, aside from a few instances, play a game when I buy it nowadays. Grabbing a game on sale? I'll play it.
Swearing off buying bundles was one of the best things I've ever done, not gonna lie. I'm spending a lot of time playing catch-up with my library for games I've really wanted to play for a long time, but trying not to stress a lot of the stuff. »
À part les "monthly" auxquels j'ai pas trop touché, c'est très très "me irl".
Et autant je suis très content que ces bundles puissent permettre à des gens qui ont peu ou pas de moyens d'accéder aux JV (ce qui a été mon cas), autant, avec du recul, ces bundles posent quand même beaucoup de problèmes.
(et j'ai pas de solutions à proposer, à part l'abolition du capitalisme)
(et l'instauration du communisme libertaire évidemment)