most of the games i actually buy are games i had played and for one reason or anohter rebought so they would run or see if they hold up. its the free games gog and etc gives out that pile up, and then some are the "i saw it somewhere, or knew people loved that game" so i bought it on sale games. these pile up hard. people say oh steam should give out more free games good still will glut up my games list and i will probably die before i play GG! I tried one of these games other day because i been sick and just zero energy or motivation to play anything, it was a new indy title that purported to be a "psychological horror" i like psych horror well enough so i installed it, the name is hideous no idea what it is supposed to mean or what language it is. But i fire it up and well its loaded full of jump scares that did nothing to scare me, the psychological "horror" was you running around evicting people, and having a guilty conscious about literally doing your job. Meh i think either the psych horror comes way later or the dev does not know what psych horror entails, like that creeping horror that builds via tension or some looming threat. alien is a good example of a movie making heavy use of psychological tension because how sparingly the actual monster is used or appears in the film but the threat of that drives most of the movie. So a free game that misses the mark of what it says it is trying to do. a game i would have never bought and a game that i will never play or recommend to anyone even if i can remember the bloody title. And i imagine most of the little free games and etc i have collected fall in this category.