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Any place to keep a record/wishlist of games you want to buy

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mrgrill

Guest
Hi,

Does anyone know of a place (website etc) where I can keep a shortlist of future games I am interested in buying. I would have thought xbox.com would offer something like this in your user profile but It doesn't - ie click a game title and have the ability to "save to shortlist" yadda yadda !!.

I've got a few future releases in my amazon.com wishlist, but obviosuly that doesn't include XBLA games.

All I want is a site where I can keep a record of the future games I might be interested. I'm afraid I'm getting old and I need to keep lists for everything I do as I always forget. I spose a paper list will have to do :(

Right....I can tick "Ask AV forum members about place to have a shortlist of 360 games" off my Wednesday 2nd August to do list :)
 

Pebb

Distinguished Member
Just use Notepad or wordpad to create a shortlist of games you want to buy.
 

Trist

Prominent Member
I add mine on here to wishlist... (you have to setup a free acount I think)

http://uk.gamestracker.com/

It double as a way of keeping list of games that I'm interested in, and also it help keep tabs on the cheapest place to get them all! :thumbsup:

Excellent! :)
 
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mrgrill

Guest
Trist said:
I add mine on here to wishlist... (you have to setup a free acount I think)

http://uk.gamestracker.com/

It double as a way of keeping list of games that I'm interested in, and also it help keep tabs on the cheapest place to get them all! :thumbsup:

Excellent! :)

Exactly what I'm looking for. Ta.:)
 
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mrgrill

Guest
TVR_Fan said:
Just use Notepad or wordpad to create a shortlist of games you want to buy.

Thanks, but I was trying to avoid having to write them all down. I lose track.
 

Pebb

Distinguished Member
But the notepad or wordpad file, would be saved on you're PC. However GameSpot does a good wish list system.
 

gowdewiz

Established Member
gamestracker is definately the way to go, you can even set it up to mail you the lowest prices each day.

I've picked up so many bargains this way in the past :thumbsup:
 

Tufty McTavish

Prominent Member
Nice, thanks. I love the wishlist feature on Amazon, and I was a huge fan of the Flexicart over at DV-Depot, so something similar for games is quite attractive to me too.
 

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