Game Collectors #005

It’s that time again, another addition to our Game Collectors series on the Terror-Byte Gaming Blog! Today we have a completed questionnaire from one of our Instagram Partners.


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What platforms do you collect?

I mostly collect games for the Nintendo Switch and PS4, but I occasionally purchase new games for my 3DS and have saved all of my GBA games.

What are you playing at the moment and on which platform?

I am alternating between Until Dawn (PS4), Dragon Age Inquisition (PS4), and Vampyr (Nintendo Switch).

Do you prefer digital downloads or hard copy games and why?

I definitely prefer physical copies. I think it’s nice to have a visual reminder of the memories I had playing a game, especially the ones I enjoyed. I also love having physical copies for photos to post alongside a review!

How many physical games do you own?

I probably own about 35 physical games.

How many digital titles do you own?

The only time I will buy a digital title is if it is unavailable physically. I probably own about 5 digital games.

What is your favorite platform to date?

My favorite platform is Nintendo Switch. I love that I have the option to play handheld or docked and most of the time I enjoy playing it in bed before I start my day.

What is your favorite game to date?

My favorite game of all time is Witcher 3, but Fire Emblem Three Houses is a close second.

How long have you been collecting?

I started gaming at around the age of 6, but I took a break in middle school and did not start again until I was 22. As a kid, I was not intentional about collecting, so I’d say it has been 2 years.

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