If you haven't noticed by now, I truly suffer from game-ADD. I have a hell of a time sticking with one game all the way to completion, and thus try to improve my odds by pogo-sticking between several titles at once. It has helped, but even that doesn't always work. Every completion is something I saver (except Avatar) as an accomplishment, even the easy ones. To have collected 60 completions (DLC always counts, I'm an all-or-nothing type) so far is great, but my completion percentage is a sham at 63%. Simply keeping it stable around that is a trick, as I add games to my card faster than I complete them, and often leave myself some huge holes (currently under 100gs in Dragon Age, for example).
Getting my completion percentage to 90% like what jackanape's striving for is unrealistic for me. I'd go insane to hold back on new releases enough to make it a reality. 75% remains my elusive target. To that end, I made a goal using the TrueAchievements goal feature (which I just discovered today... I don't visit that site much) to track the goal of hitting 75% by the end of 2011. Yes, I gave myself a ton of time. (And I still won't do it)
The other, more achieveable goal is to reach 200k before "the world ends" on 12/21/2012. That's my response to anyone who asks when I'm going to hit 200k; "Just before the world ends." For the record, I see nothing more dramatic happening that day than a lot of people getting drunk, and maybe a suicide cult or two. To meet this goal, I need 70,841 points in 1050 days, which is an average of 68 points a day. SOunds doable to me, though Hit List 2010 and making any effort for that first goal will make it more challenging. I can always GSL-style come easy junk if it ever looks like it will be close.
The weather outside today is crap, so this'll probably be a day of gaming and Netflix. I'll most likely bounce between PSU and Mass Effect 2 or Borderlands (to 1250 that before the new DLC lands). For netflix, I've been watching episodes of The Legend of the Seeker, which is a pretty cheesy fantasy show, but I like it anyway. I've also been working through season one of the newer Dr. Who, and season 4 of Stargate Atlantis. Now you know a little more about the kind of TV I watch lol.
By the way folks, the AVP multiplayer demo came out today. I'm downloading that baby right now. It will be very influential in my decision to purchase the game or wait for a price cut.