Here it is, year 3. The spreadsheets for 2011 and 2010 are on different tabs.
I tried something different this year: I split up digital and physical purchases. The reason being is that relative cheapness of digital and lack of resellability has caused havoc with my averages. I still included digital content in my dollars per hour calculations though.
I'm writing this mostly in response to the Fry's $200 Vita thread which turned into one asinine argument after another that made me think I was actually logged into Gamefaqs. I don't know if this is going to turn out to be a pro or anti Vita rant, I just want to set a few things straight.
1) The amount of time the Vita has been out does not matter.
This is year 2 of me tracking my game purchases. This year I have included hours played and divided that by cost to get an hours per dollar amount. My goal was for an hour of video game playing to cost a dollar. Thank god for RPGs as I wound up with $.71 per hour. Note that this doesn't include free games from PS+, demo hours (minutes), or games that I bo...
Hey everyone, I just thought I'd pop in and announce that my book Flights of Fantasy I is complete! I'm posting about it here since the book is about my love of video games, and CAG helps me get those video games.
It's available as an ebook for only $.99 or in print for $8. The best part is cheapassgamer will get a cut since it's on amazon (which is pr...
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