It's a New Year, and while it might be cliched as well it's still a perfect time to set goals. Goals help us achieve things; they help us structure our lives, become organised.
But do you organise your gaming life?
A few years ago I embarked upon one such New Year's Resolution by setting myself a fortnightly weekly game challenge. The idea was to clear through my Steam library, or at least part of my pile of shame.
The best part of it, and what made the experience worthwhile in the first place, was the ability to set qualifiers. So I put Star Wars: The Old Republic on my fortnightly list, but only on the condition that I had to finish the original questline for my Sith Warrior. (I've considered replaying the game to go through some of the other quest lines, but simply haven't had the time.)
Every year there is always a backlog of games from the year prior that I'd simply never gotten to. That's the case this year, partially in thanks to how much time I've sank into the void that is Destiny. One resolution that I'd like to knock off, at some point, is Pillars of Eternity, pictured above. I also wouldn't mind doing the co-op campaign for Divinity: Original Sin, especially since I started the real-life D&D journey a few months ago.
But what about yourselves? Have you set any New Year's resolutions - and have you set, now or ever, any resolutions when it comes to video games?