The holiday season tends to include some of the biggest sales and releases of the year for video games. Many deals on games are so attractive at this time of year that it's near impossible to make it through December without spending oodles of money on yourself.

As we've discussed before, this is a huge problem for those of us that are still trying to work through piles of games from years past. Even the knowledge that a game on sale right now will be even cheaper in the future doesn't do much to stop the urge to buy it immediately. That's okay, as long as you actually play those games at some point, which often takes some extra motivation.

So based on Joystiq reader jeepgun's suggestion from two weeks ago, we're making February our new "beat four games" month. "Four in February" has a nice ring to it, but we're open to suggestions on what we'll call this momentous time in which we'll all finally play through our gaming backlog. While mulling over the name of this event, take a gander at last week's webcomics and vote for your favorite after the break!

Why (Drawing Nothing)
Deathcam for Cutie (Legacy Control)
The fun never ends (Corpse Run Comics)
Passin the torch (Fanboys)
First (Penny Arcade)
Weekly Webcomic Wrapup: November 24, 2012
Why (Drawing Nothing)28 (6.0%)
Deathcam for Cutie (Legacy Control)15 (3.2%)
The fun never ends (Corpse Run Comics)71 (15.2%)
Passin the torch (Fanboys)196 (42.0%)
First (Penny Arcade)157 (33.6%)

This article was originally published on Joystiq.