It’s a new year of backlog busting, and this gal has some big goals! January to March offered an interesting variety of completed titles, but were they good? Let’s find out.
Tagged: Backloggin’ the Year
Paul Shkreli is back to recap the end of his year-long saga to bust his backlog. Was he successful? Yes, even if his backlog is technically bigger today than it was a year ago. Read on to see what he’s been up to.
2021 has ended, and so has Pascal’s backlog challenge. Did he meet his goal? How many games were left unplayed once again?
Ryan Radcliff and his retro Backloggin’ report concludes 2021 with a RPG completion bang! The Random Retro RPG Wheel looks to continue to spin well in 2022…and beyond!
In this final Backloggin’ of the Year column, Sam wraps up her year in gaming. Did she stick to most of her goals? Or did she throw them out the window?
Anna Marie is back with her final Backloggin’ report for the year. Also, she has continued respect for all the news staff who have to write daily blurbs.
Anna Marie is back with her tenth Backloggin’ report. Wait, still no backlog busting was to be had? Shame, shame, shame!
Quarter 3 proves to be the worst one yet for Pascal’s backlog adventure this year. Balancing work and home life can be tough, but YouTube content creators have turned into the biggest threats to his gaming time.
Anna Marie is back with her ninth Backloggin’ report. Wait, no backlog busting was to be had? Shame, shame!
The last three months have mostly felt fulfilling. July and August were spent using the weekends to go on a variety of mini-trips across Ontario....
Ryan Radcliff and his retro Backloggin’ report return to detail the second four month stint of the yearly progress. The Random Retro RPG Wheel has produced countless memories, both fond and embarrassing.
Anna Marie is back with her eighth Backloggin’ report. Though a little tardy and slim on backlog titles this month, a smidgen of progress was still eked out.
Anna Marie is back with her seventh Backloggin’ report. The backlog grows, the backlog shrinks, and new games manage to sneak in too.
Summer sales cause Pascal’s backlog to get a little tight at the waist. At least there’s some big-ticket names to cross off the list for the second quarterly update.
June was a busy month for Paul, but he was still able to find some time to cross a few more games off his backlog. This month, he focuses on some obscure Switch ports as well as an Xbox game starring his favorite vampire slayer.
It’s the sixth Backloggin’ report from Anna Marie. It’s halfway through the years and lofty goals are starting to look attainable.
Trails! SaGa! Dragon Quest, oh my! Sam is back for another three months of backlog slaying. Has she made a huge dent in her epic collection? Or bought a ton of games? Find out in this quarterly installment of Backloggin’ the Year!
In the month of May, Paul focused on vintage Sailor Moon games. Find out which games are a treat and which ones are a punishment in the name of the moon!
The fifth Backloggin’ report from Anna Marie. Was progress made on her backlog? Despite a handful of hiccups, yes!
Paul Shkreli continues his monthly saga to clear his backlog. April’s recap features titles from the Sega Dreamcast, Nintendo DS and more.