My big one that I am going to finish hopefully in a few years are all the main Final Fantasy games released on a Sony device. I just imported Final Fantasy 3 for the PSP from Japan for $52 and it was worth it. I only have Final Fantasy I,II,III,IV,V,VI,VII,VIII,X,XI,&XII but will buy the rest of them one day.
Well I don't collect for Final Fantasy anymore, let alone any other series. The only one I am willing to fork over some coin for is Shenmue. Already have the super limited edition of 3 ordered and will definitely pick up any new official Shenmue merch if Sega releases some.
And no, I'm not talking about any fan made stuff like those Figure 4 Figures.
Just a game that is like no other. Love the atmosphere, story, gameplay, character designs, etc. Also not trying to be a modern day sandbox game that just focuses in putting you in boring get from point A to point B missions.
Also gonna buy at least 3 copies of each version of the remaster as soon as it comes out this year.
I sure will Deathadder. When I plan my second trip to Japan in the next 7 years, I'm gonna look for all the Shenmue merch I can get. That includes figures, Japanese copies of the game, posters, etc. Also hopefully try to find the town that the first Shenmue takes place at and walk around just like Ryo.
We all know I collect Metal Gear. I am kind of collecting Bomberman games because I seriously can't get enough fucking Bomberman. What about you classy gents?
I feel compelled to get every Kirby release yet I could not hang onto Kirby Squeak Squad (DS) nor Kirby Tilt n' Tumble (GBC).
I have a constant yearning to reclaim a CIB TNT because the box art and special pink cart look so neat, but I hate that game. It is not enjoyable to play.
Squeak Squad is just a Kirby by the numbers game. It really does nothing special. It's fine as a standalone game, but it's not one that I would pull from the shelf and say, 'I feel like playing Squeak Squad today!' Even though Kirby games don't (for the most part) have a lengthy premise, I find the premise lacking.