5 Guilt-Free Reasons To Purge A Game from Your Backlog

  1. The game is too difficult, even when using a guide.
  2. It’s not the game you thought it was.
  3. Technical issues are overtaking your enjoyment of the game. Bad controls, a clumsy mechanic, anything that feels more like work than a game, actual bugs or glitches.
  4. You’ve reached a level of completion that you are satisfied with, even if you didn’t finish.
  5. You’re not enjoying it. If you are feeling upset or sad when thinking about having to finish it, stop. A game should not make you have these feelings about playing it.

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