Good afternoon everyone!
There was something that had me squeezing my brain for the longest time, related to games.
How to I prevent the risk of buying the same game twice on different E-Shops?
How do I keep track of what I games I own when they’re spread among so many different launchers/services?
How can i handle more efficiently my games’ MONSTROUS (and still growing) backlog?
Well apparently I’m not the only one because I found something called Library Managers.
These are utilities that can aggregate the different profile for E-shops/Stores/gaming services into one large container, so to speak.
I reiterate: These DO NOT download games or change anything in/around your Hard Disks, but simply create a collection of all the titles you own, like a filing cabinet but of easier browsing, being electronic and usually containing a search engine and being completely configurable.
So in the last few days I tried some of them and I’m here reporting some findings.
Surely in the great wide interWebz there’s better summaries for these types of software but at least, coming from me, you know that we can discuss them, or at least I can promptly answer any questions you might have.
Many of these programs are indeed free or only have few features protected by a paywall but all swear that they are secure.
I did my research and all of them do indeed present some safe sides, but not being a certified Ethical Hacker I can not promise anything.
What I’ll do is adding a direct link to the programs main page so Y’all can check personally what these users say about their programs.
TL;DR : I decline any responsibility that come with the use of these programs.
In this ongoing thread I’m going to try the following ones:
This thread is a work in progress and as such I’ll try to keep each system separated to allow for a simpler way to respond/ask questions.