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Tuesday, October 11, 2022


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I'm not a typical Quest Gamer, I don't play zombie games, I don't play shooters, I'm not into the boxing games but I've still bought 11 games over the last year that I've onwned a Quest 2. Most of those are based on recommendations from Reddit and forums so I know they are popular with other Quest owners. Meaning, that I know most of those other Quest owners have bought the same games, and they have bought a lot more than me, as in the big titles like Zenith, Bonelabs, Resident Evil etc. which I don't own. Also a few of the titles I've bought from applabs and Sidequest so I'm not sure how they even factor in, and most people, like myself wait for Xmas, New Year, Black Friday Sales and use promotional and referral codes, the last 2 games I bought had 25% or 30% off. I've never paid full price for a game but I still have Eleven table tennis, Golf+, Beat Saber, Moss and Star Wars tales from the Galaxy's Edge which are among the more well known titles in my library. So a few more than 3 for me but far less than many others.

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