We’ve all done it. We’ve all started a video game with the intention of finishing it, only to eventually decide it’s simply not going to happen. With backlogs filling up faster than they get checked off, no one should be blamed for setting a game down. There are dozens of different reasons why you might not finish a game. What reasons have made you set a game down, never to pick it up again?
For many, it might simply be a matter of time. You may be to busy to finish a 100 hour game while also trying to play other games from your backlog. Some games require extensive play sessions, and maybe you can only game for a few minutes here and there. Time constraints can play a huge part in giving up on a game.
There’s also the difficulty factor. We’ve all gotten stuck at a particular level…
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