Everyone loves a good bargain. Whether or not you have any disposable income, saving money is always great. This week marked the start of substantial sales on games, with Steam, Sony, and Microsoft all joining in on the Black Friday fun.
While sales are good for your wallet, they might not be good for your backlog. Your library grows, with more-and-more titles added to your ever-expanding list of things you’ll rarely find time to play. So this week we ask you:
Do sales hurt the way we approach playing games?
Does having a breadth of things to play dilute the enjoyment you could have by playing one game? Do you abstain from sales because of these concerns, or do you dive in?
Let us know in the comments below!