Friggin MMO's, my backlog continues to grow and I keep playing them. Like I wanted to spend last night playing Dishonored, instead I barely started the intro level. Why? Because I logged into a stupid MMO "just for a minute, I want to do some inventory management," then ended up hooking up with one of my clan mates for a "few" runs that ended up taking most of the night. I mean it was fun, but I always end up looking at my backlog afterward and feeling guilty. I did get some good loot drops though.
This is me for Puzzle Pirates. Pop on for a SF round or two and I'm dragged into a tourney for 25k where my "Fill the entire screen with yellow pieces before I get my ass handed to me by a brutal counter slaughter attack" was turned against me and then a few other 5k games where I lost and had to fight tooth and nail to get back to breaking even.
And then the CIs, some people can't token for crap but then again, Bilge is pretty tough to token for. Or do well in.
Last Summer Sale was one of the best Steam sales ever. Seriously, I spent over 200 bucks on it without regret. I'm not sure if I now own damn near everything worth owning or if they're just not putting good games on sale but since the Fall/Winter sale of last year they've been sucking. Though I still need to get off my ass and unlock the Steampunk Mrs. Foster for Killing Floor. The sales and related KF seasonal events are always a good excuse to dust off KF again.
This again, TLO speaks my mind for me. Spent a crapton of bucks on cheap ass games last time, a few I shouldn't have and most of them 5+ years old. Buffed out my Steam library, got no badge for it and haven't touched 60% of them. Got most games worth owning if we're talking about older games but missed out on rebuying Kotor I and a few other games I already have discs for and agree with TLO again, the previous ones kicked the shit out of the current summer one.
And speaking of older games, Commander Keen for $2.99. So tempted as I loved it as a kid and the platformer version of Duke Nukem, totally remember playing the shareware versions of them.