I print out a copy of the box art for every game I own on a black and white sheet of paper and then I write on the back in sloppy cursive where I got the game, how much it cost, and my score for it in fox tails. I then file the 100s of sheets of paper by the dewey decimal system with each sheet getting it's own file folder. I then scan each sheet and file folder back into the computer and then keep them in a file cabinet near my desk.
NOO!! The Library of Congress Classification (LCC)
is way better. ^_~
Screw that, I would just like to hire someone
That is so true, but I'm sure they'd get it wrong. If you want something done right...
And I never liked Nethack. Tried it a dozen times, and went back to Zangband every time.
Thanks for that. I found this interesting read: Running the gauntlet - NetHack vs. Angband
Honestly I would dig UI that used the Deathlord (1987) tileset. I'm having a hard time finding a better screenshot, but this gives the idea.
View and search all 382 games. Nope, I'm still doing pretty well without creating any categories. I guess I don't mind sorting through all of the junk bundle drivel that much.
That wouldn't be bad if only the titles were consistent, e.g. "Need for Speed: SHIFT" but the sequel is "SHIFT 2 Unleashed". "Ys Origin" vs "Ys: The Oath in Felghana" The Total War series is alphabetically spread out because Rome, Medieval II, Empire, & Napoleon all start with their period name, yet Total War: Shogun 2 does not. I also wish all the RACE 07 expansions were prefixed with RACE 07.
For organization I just go alphabetical. I can look at the name of any game in my library and know what type of game it is with 98% certainty. This has worked so far with a library of around 730 (according to profile page) or 529 (according to library page)
Ooh good to know it scales to 529 games. I really liked (can't spot the post) the simple alphabetical groupings idea. I'm surprised that there haven't been more bitter complaints about the lack of drag-n-drop sorting.
I think it's a little sad that someone who is actually asking about a game has to apologize for sidetracking! Not a sidetrack at all, man!
I have yet to play Renegade Ops
So true. I've played a few hours of Renegade Ops (no-coop) and had a cackling good time. It's a twin stick shooter, so a controller is strongly recommended. It kind of reminds me of an evolved version of Ikari Warriors and similar games in that genre (with a bit of 1942 thrown in). It's very much worth the price if you like the genre. The driving physics is kind of fun too. I didn't run into any bugs. I have read that is doesn't scale for co-op. Single player is a fun challenge.
The thing I like about CAG is how discussions stay civil so much of the time. http://t3.gstatic.co...4WqWOmKJZa_lehQ