My wife is like "Well when you get a new job you can afford all the games you want." I want to just shake her and say "I don't want new games, that's a disease, don't feed my disease, I want to be able to sit down and enjoy the stacks of games I should be playing, not buying new ones and spending time earning money to accrue them wasting money by getting around to them when they are half the cost of what I paid" Which is why I spent like $70 on Black Friday. Could I have gotten a lot of games? Yeah, but instead I focused on games that are so cheap, $15 price ranges here and there. I got the Final Fantasy PS4 games for $15, and God of War 3 for $15, and I think Arkham Kight for $18ish?, and I don't remember how much on Until Dawn, but it wasn't much. I want to buy Driveclub for $11 but I have the PS Plus free version I should be playing and get the hang of that. I want to buy Project Cars for $12, but... I'd probably not get around to it. I could get Arc the Lad, or wait till it inevitably hits a flash sale for $1-5. If you're a patient person, PS Plus and an extra $50 for games can go a LONG way. But who has time to play all these games without everyone getting mad at you!