Alrighty, its 12:16 AM right now and I'm bored.
Anyways, I talked to a friend of mine the other day (another big gamer) and he said that him and his step brother used to buy games and stuff, but eventually they stopped because games were expensive. He also stated that he felt a bit dumb after a while for buying them because usually its just 'beat the game and than put it aside' type scenario.
Lately I've been debating if I want to actually TRULY start a game library, I realize the advantages of having one, but also the disadvantages.
So the questions come...
Are any of you planning on building a Wii library? Why?
What method do you usually use to determine if you should buy the game?
What do you feel are the advantages of having a game library?
I'm interested to see what you all say. Personally I like the idea of having a game library because I love Nintendo, and I know that Developers look at how many games are sold per console rates to determine if they should release for it or not. I like to support Nintendo. They stand for a lot of gaming ideals that I agree with. I do realize that at '50 bucks a pop' like my friend likes to say it, that game libraries can become pricey.