I’ve been giving this a lot of thought lately: how many game systems are too many?
I have a large number of baseball games, yet only play 3 of them with any regularity. Another two are currently slated for small projects that I started. And then I have a couple that I’ve never even learned how to play, yet have them sitting on my shelf, alongside the 3 grandaddies: APBA, Strat-O-Matic, and Statis Pro. I have yet to find a system that I disliked playing.
My simple answer is that there’s never too many, if you have a desire to play them. Which I do. I’ll play when I get to play them, which may be later rather than sooner, but there’ll be play time for everything.
Or not. We’ll just have to see where the future leads for this hobby of mine, among all the others.
Like the other sports games.
And non-sports games.
A temporary one, as I learn to play some solitaire wargames. I should be back at it by MLB Opening Day 2017.
The Windows 10 400 from the Northwest Empire International Raceway
Race results and current standings:
A lot of cars involved in a late race incident, knocking a few drivers out of the race and many more to the back of the field to finish deep in the pack.
Next up: the Cross Tech 500 from the Northern Lights Motordome.
So instead of Winston Cup 1979, I decided to go back to one of the 2016 fictional series that I started…
The Stock Car Racing America (SCRAM) Pepsi Cup Racing Series. TRUCK RACING!
Event #4: Windows 10 400 from the Northwest Empire International Raceway.
On the pole: Kelly Wiley in the #22 Honda Ridgeline.
The Facebook favorites:
- David Loutitt starts 5th in the #12 BMW Modified X5
- Chris Saguisag starts 31st in the #24 Honda Ridgeline
- Turbo Gayle starts 35th in the #3 Chevy Silverado
Final from Shibe Park:
The Giants split the series in Philadelphia.
Next up: The Giants return to the ‘Stick for an extended homestand, starting with the Dodgers.
I’ll get right to it as soon as I finish this series between the 1967 Giants and 1967 Phillies…
I’ve been neglecting my other replays. Time to get back to the other, non-baseball ones.
Gentlemen, start your engines…
The following items arrived at the office during my week off:
Ball Park Baseball: 1950 MLB season and 3 stadiums that I needed for other seasons
– History Maker Baseball: 1971 MLB season
– Second Season: 2001 XFL season (whut?)
– Red White & Blue Racing: 2016 NASCAR season