The Backlog

Listed below are the various videogames, books, TV series and films that I have yet to start/complete playing, reading or watching. Please do not be too alarmed. If I was ever trapped in my house during a zombie apocalypse you can be safe in the knowledge that even though I would probably starve to death, so long as the power remained on, I would be highly entertained.

The list was inspired by this blog post that hardly touched my issue of a media backlog.

Last Updated 09/08/2012 – but only removed stuff that’s been read/played/watched.

Film

Moulin Rouge – 2001

The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert – 1994 have watched on TV before

Volver – 2006

Grave of the Fireflies – 1988

Twin Town – 1997

South Park: Bigger, Longer & Uncut – 1999

TV

Misfits series one did watch when originally on TV

Green Wing  Special did watch on TV when originally aired

Six Feet Under Season 5

Harsh Realms

Books

Vintage Games – Bill Loguidice and Matt Barton part way through

Before They Are Hanged – Joe Abercrombie reading

Last Argument of Kings – Joe Abercrombie

Darkly Dreaming Dexter – Jeff Lindsay part way through, but probably need to restart

The Shining – Stephen King part way through, but probably need to restart

The Satanic Verses – Salman Rushdie

The Name of the Rose – Umberto Eco

Dragon Keeper – Robin Hobb

Renegade’s Magic – Robin Hobb

More Discworld novels than I care to count right now – Terry Pratchett have read at least six in the series

Eon – Greg Bear

Halting State – Charles Stross

The Eye of the World – Robert Jordan

The Man in the High Castle – Philip K. Dick

A Scanner Darkly – Philip K. Dick

Necronomicon – H.P. Lovecraft

Gormenghast Trilogy – Mervyn Peake did start

Lord of the Rings Trilogy – J.R. Tolkien did start

The Count of Monte Cristo – Alexandre Dumas did start

The Great Dune Trilogy – Frank Herbert

Zoe’s Tale – John Scalzi

The Dark Tower volume 1 – Stephen King

Kindle e-books (new for 2011)

Lord of the Fading Lands – C. L. Wilson

First Thrills – Lee Child

Ubik – Philip K. Dick

dreamer’s cat – Stephen Leather

Dragon Stones – James V. Viscosi

Pet Sematary – Stephen King

The Windup Girl – Paolo Bacigalupi

Games

Vagrant Story – PlayStation did start

Koudelka – PlayStation did start

Shadow Hearts – PlayStation 2 did start

Shadow Hearts: Covenant PlayStation 2

Shadow Hearts: From the New World PlayStation 2

Final Fantasy VI – PlayStation

Final Fantasy XII – PlayStation 2 did start

Unlimited Saga – PlayStation 2 did start

.hack//Outbreak – PlayStation 2

.hack//Quarantine –  PlayStation 2

Dino Crisis – PlayStation did start

XIII – PlayStation 2 did start, got near to the end

Silent Hill – PlayStation did start

Silent Hill 2 – PlayStation 2

Silent Hill 3 – PlayStation 2

Silent Hill 4 – PlayStation 2

Half-Life – PlayStation 2

Summoner – PlayStation 2 did start

Summoner 2 – PlayStation 2

Glass Rose – PlayStation 2 did start

Persona 4 – PlayStation 2 did start on a rental earlier in 2010

Velvet Assassin – Xbox 360 did start

Lost Planet – Xbox 360 did start

Lost Odyssey – Xbox 360 did start

Shadows of theDamned – Xbox 360 playing

Kameo – Xbox 360 did start

Dead Rising 2 – Xbox 360

MadWorld – Wii

The Conduit – Wii

No More Heroes – Wii

Super Paper Mario – Wii did start, got almost to the end

Super Mario Galaxy – Wii did start

The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess – Wii did start

The Longest Journey – PC on Steam did start

Deus Ex – PC on Steam did start

NOTE: My entire media collection is a joint one between myself and my fiancé, as such this means that half of the items listed are ones that I bought just for myself. The other half have been for both of us and been completed at least by my fiancé (‘course if it’s a novel he’ll probably never read it). As to all the Japanese RPGs listed: unless it’s a Final Fantasy, it’s unlikely that my fiancé will ever play it.

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2 thoughts on “The Backlog

  1. If it wasn’t for the fact that it is true, I would be offended by the last paragraph.

    Half the time, it’s getting in the mood to play some of these games.

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