Game Hunter 04 – Organization

13 Mar

When amassing a collection there are lots of things to keep in mind: budget, game types, condition, the list goes on. But what happens when you run out of room to store all your games? Or worse, when you’re at a store holding up a copy of a game and you can’t for the life of you remember if you already own it? Episode 04 of Game Hunter is here to help you out of this difficult situation!



Posted by on 03/13/2013 in Collecting


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5 responses to “Game Hunter 04 – Organization

  1. Danny_Noe

    03/13/2013 at 3:38 pm

    I like using Excel to organize my games.

    • jsicktheslick

      03/13/2013 at 9:30 pm

      I’m thinking I really need to make the switch over.

      • Danny_Noe

        03/19/2013 at 12:23 pm

        It’s pretty nice.

  2. Spikor

    03/25/2013 at 6:41 pm

    A few great pawn & thrift store finds have started me back on my way into collecting NES & SNES titles again. It won’t be very serious, since I really don’t have the room, without purging some other kind of collection. I like using Google Docs spreadsheet program to keep track of stuff, since if you’re doing online trading you can just send someone a link, rather than a file that they might not be able to open.

    Also, seeing your CoV box on your shelf kills me a little bit inside. I played that game for so long, and they just murdered it for no reason. *sniff*

    • jsicktheslick

      03/25/2013 at 8:38 pm

      Haha, is that right? I was actually given that game by my brother and never even bothered to play it. I heard great things about City of Heroes and Villains though, so perhaps I missed out.


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