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All the Games I Own

If I'm going to try to go through every game I own, I need to be able to quantify and track the games I have and my progress through them.

I have found a site that will help: https://backloggery.com/_unf

Backloggery allows me to list all the games I own by system and allows me to specify if the game is unplayed, played, beaten or mastered. It even allows me to track games that have specific ending like MOBAs or TCGs (such as League of Legends or Artifact).

I have found it helpful and would encourage you to take a look.

UPDATE:

I have finished updating the game list with all games that I have. I am still updating the statuses.

In that I have the following:

Nintendo:

97 NES Games (19 Owned, 78 Emulated)
159 SNES Games (33 Owned, 126 Emulated)
55 N64 Games (7 Owned, 48 Emulated)
41 GameCube Games (21 Owned, 20 Emulated)
38 Wii Games (38 Owned)
40 Wii U Games (40 Owned)
125 Switch Games (125 Owned)

80 Game Boy/ Game Boy Color Games (10 Owned, 70 Emulated)
58 Game Boy Advance Games (6 Owned, 52 Emulated)
151 Nintendo DS Games (23 Owned, 128 Emulated)
86 Nintendo 3DS Games (52 Owned, 34 Emulated)

Sega:

73 Master System Games (73 Emulated)
107 Genesis Games (27 Owned, 80 Emulated)
13 32 X Games (13 Emulated)
47 Sega CD Games (47 Emulated)
52 Sega Saturn Games (1 Owned, 51 Emulated)
25 Sega Dreamcast Games (25 Owned)


Sony:

144 Playstation games (39 Owned, 105 Emulated)
234 PS 2 Games (50 Owned, 184 Emulated)
138 PS 3 Games (138 Owned)
152 PS 4 Games (152 Owned)
348 PSP Games (42 Owned, 306 Emulated)

PC:

853 PC Games
222 MS-Dos Games

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