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You only do it twice?
Every damn time.
I’d still be anxious with saving twice.
Better make it 45 times.
When I use to almost always exclusively play online cloud based games I had to ‘relearn’ to save my games regularly again.
I spam the word saving icon about 20 before actually closing it…
One hard save, one quick save.
Making a quick save every 2 mins……just to make sure….
I do this all the time lol
I save every single turn when play totalwar does it count?
I am playing Yakuza Zero currently. I save three times just to make sure I save cause I will forget and make a different save file when I complete a character
My favorite meme:
Me: Manual Saves, twice
Autosave: ‘Am I a joke to you?’
I still remember doing it on the n64 like 3 times just to be sure, you know incase the first one didn’t work and the second one overwrite the first that didn’t work xD
There is another worts syndrome. Playing games like Dishonored and pressing F5 every 7 steps 😂😂
What about having over 10 save slots but only saving on 1 slot… And when you about to die, you overwrite your 1 save slot by accident
Skyrim- enter a building or city and it autosaves…
Hit quicksave = “you cannot save your game”
Yeah, and the second one somehow corrupts the savefile (based on true story).
That’s every classic doom player
I will go save… okay done. Wait did I save or just check the inbox better go back and save. Saves twice. Realize I can reach the place faster with transportation so I go back and save and transport… save again. A bit much?
Don’t forget about using 3 save files and overwriting only the oldest so you have 2 close backups in case game bugs and you can’t progress on current save. This actually is needed even today sometimes.
Me in Pokémon
Saving the game twice, performing one simple action, then saving it again.
corrupt saves were a thing
Me playing TLOZ:OoT
Not playing a Bethesda game with F5 remapped to a mouse button and rapidly hitting while you play.
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