My Game Backlog is Getting Better in November 2021

My Beaten & Completed Games My Game Backlog Progress

I completed Stories Untold and The Beatles: Rock Band in November 2021. I also purged Halo 3.

Each month I review my progress through my game backlog. This helps me to stay motivated and allows me to make short-term goals.

Backlog Changes 📉📈

To begin with, I added three games to my backlog: Aven Colony, Guild of Dungeoneering, and Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon Keep: A Wonderlands One-shot Adventure.

However, I completed or purged three games. So, overall, my game backlog neither increased nor decreased this month.

Halo 3, The Beatles: Rock Band, and Stories Untold

I made a little bit more progress playing Halo 3 but I was so frustrated with how little progress I was making that I decided to purge it. I could not activate god mode in Halo 3 which would have made this game much more fun.

I completed four achievements in The Beatles: Rock Band for a total of sixteen. I only have a microphone so there were a lot of achievements I couldn’t do, but I’m happy with how much I did.

Stories Untold was the type of scary I like, more psychological than gory, with a few (not too many) good jump scares. I liked the puzzly bits in the second and third episodes, although, I’m still not a fan of text adventures.

Watch my playthrough of Stories Untold.

Progress & Milestones 🏆

I started playing Final Fantasy X remastered for PS4. I rented it years ago for my PS2 but couldn’t finish it, so I’m hoping to do that this time. I chose to play this game because I needed something to do while listening to podcasts and live streams.

No more progress on Darwinia but I have added videos to my walkthrough.

What to Play Next ▶

Next, I will continue playing Darwinia and Final Fantasy X in December 2021 and start either Alan Wake or StarCraft: Brood War since they are on my list of games I want to play in 2021.

What were your game backlog accomplishments this month? What commitments have you made for next month? Let me know in the comments.

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