Ocd and guilt while gaming?
I'm not sure whether you'd call this OCD or a guilt complex.
I was playing a game, I can't remember which game exactly. Then some weird glitch happened that skipped me past a barrier or wiped out all the enemies, allowing me to complete the level way faster than I otherwise would've. As cool as it was, I decided to load up the game and replay the level since I didn't think it was a fair way to finish the level. I wouldn't have felt honest about it, I wanted to beat the level the proper way.
A little while after another glitch happened that gave me a similar advantage, although not half as much of an advantage this time. But I decided to replay the level again anyway, with the same reason as before. I felt better being strict with myself.
Slowly but surely, the severity of the glitch and the advantage it afforded me, needed to trigger my OCD into replaying the level, grew less and less.
Now if the slightest glitch, or even just some strange thing, happens in the game, I feel guilted into replaying that level, even if it doesn't offer me any advantage. My OCD nags me, hinting that maybe I wouldn't have gotten past that area quite as smoothly without that glitch, and that I should replay it just to be sure.
Sometimes I'll take a break from gaming for a few months, not because of the OCD, just because I do that anyway. And then when I come back to it, the OCD seems to be gone. But gradually it starts to come back, growing larger and larger until the guilt is overwhelming. It completely ruins my enjoyment of the game and paralyses my progress because I end up replaying each level more and more times.