I am shamelessly stealing this topic from my buddy — and Kotaku reader — James Mac. Late last week he asked this question: now that we're rapidly approaching the release of next generation consoles, what video game do you most regret not playing on current generation consoles? Or even games you regret starting but not finishing?
It's a difficult question for me. I think I've probably played most video games I was 'supposed' to play, but there are plenty of those games I didn't have enough time to play 'properly'. There are games I regret not sticking with, but for the most part I feel pretty comfortable with what I have played and what I chose not to play.
My major regret is not sticking with Dark Souls through to the end. But the problem with this job is that you feel the pressure to be across all of the games, meaning that ploughing 100 hours into Dark Souls might not be the most efficient use of my increasingly limited gaming time. That sucks. Definitely a regret. I actually regret not playing it when it was first released.
But I think for the most part I've played all of the games I really wanted to play over this generation of consoles. How about you?