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.
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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.
Ryan Radcliff jumps into the Backloggin’ report fracas with the first four months of progress with the Retro Wheel of RPGs, Scar also reveals how it’s trying to kill him with alcohol, and what awaits our hero in the future.
Anna Marie is back with her fourth Backloggin’ report. Was progress made on her backlog? Well…No.
Anna Marie is back with her third Backloggin’ report. It’s another month focused on newer releases, but at least the backlog hasn’t grown.
While briefly sidelined in March, Paul is back to discuss his RPG and other adventures during the months of February and March. Is his backlog actually shrinking?
Sam has been playing a lot of games from her backlog while trying not to buy too many new ones. Has she been succeeding on the challenges she set for herself? Let’s see how she did during the first three months of 2021.
For his first Backloggin’ update, Pascal feels the humiliation of being defeated by a buffed backlog boss. It’s not called ‘Backlog Boondoggle’ for nothing, folks.
Anna Marie is back for a second month, but she had less success in bustin’ her backlog in February than in January. Some really great games came out this month, so it’s a little understandable.
Paul Shkreli takes a look back on the first month of his year-long quest to pound through his backlog of games. Come take a look at this ’90s selection of games.
Anna Marie looks back at the first month of the year, what games were wrapped up, and what’s coming in the future. Spoilers: there’s probably going to be a lot less backloggin’ in February.
What started as a humble feature running solo has now blossomed into a foursome of RPGamer staff each trying to blast their own backlog. In this introductory post, you can learn a little more about this year’s backloggin’ crew, their backlog, and how each will be tackling their pile of games.
Not sure where to start tackling a massive backlog? Here’s six tips that have worked for one of our site owners to help increase the number of games she’s finishing every year.
Sam Wachter is back with another backloggin’ update. Did she complete more RPGs in the summer or did she fail miserably? You be the judge!
Welcome to Backloggin’ the Year, a feature that discusses the challenges and excitement that comes with working through your backlog. In this quarterly feature, Sam Wachter goes on a journey to pare down her gaming backlog.