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Taking Back MY Topic! The Completed Games of 2019!
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Tue, 01 Jan 2019 07:00:26
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Tue, 01 Jan 2019 08:17:47
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Reserved!

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  1. The Legend of Zelda - NES - 14/01 - great game, surprisingly feature complete for a first attempt.  None of those cheap deaths or difficulty spikes you often find in games of its time.  -  8/10
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Tue, 01 Jan 2019 08:42:30
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I finished 12 games last year (and that's a bit of a stretchWinkWink). Maybe I'll finish even less this year?

3rd of January: Pinstripe.

Now to see what the golden keys unlock. And maybe the commentary. It's probably not worth it, though.

6th of January: Pinstripe.

Got the moon ending. Made me like the game a bit, at least.

18th of January: Devil May Cry 2 Dante.

Not as bad as Uncharted 3, but I can't give this a 5!

24th of January: Devil May Cry 2 Lucia.

As with Pinstripe, made me like it a bit!

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    A father's no shield
for his child.
We are like a lot of wild
spiders crying together,
but without tears.

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1. Resident Evil 3: Nemesis [PS1] - 1st of January to 10th of January

I liked this more than RE2 actually. 8/10

2. Onrush [PS4] - 20th of December 2018 to 17th of January

Like Motorstorm crossed with Burnout but without the best of either one. 7/10

3. Life Is Strange [PS4] - [will update later] to 30th of January

This went in unexpected directions. Despite my disdain for some of the vocabulary I must give it 9/10.

4. Life Is Strange: Before the Storm [PS4] - 1st of February to 9th of February

Even if I don't like the main character I liked the game. 8/10

5. A Hat in Time [PC]29th of July 2018 to 15th of February

I could finally finish now that my desktop's working again. 7.5/10

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Tue, 01 Jan 2019 10:43:15
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My spot is reserved....to show how bad I am at completing games.

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Tue, 01 Jan 2019 13:08:19
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1. Valkyria Chronicles 4 - 1/12/18

Good, but definitely an uneven game. Doesn't live up to the original. the game also has a lot of post-game content, which is pissing me off tremendously because if you want the true ending you have to complete a lot of that which looks like it will add at least 20 more hours. Not sure I want to go through that.
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Tue, 01 Jan 2019 15:38:57
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In it to win it!

  1. Final Fight - 01/12/19
  2. The King of Dragons - 01/13/19
  3. Captain Commando - 01/13/19
  4. Knights of the Round - 01/13/19
  5. Warriors of Fate - 01/13/19
  6. Armoured Warriors - 01/13/19
  7. Battle Circuit - 01/13/19
  8. Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon - 02/06/19
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Tue, 01 Jan 2019 16:10:03
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Where is Edge and his victory posts? Sad

Anyway guess what, I already beat a game! This year I will do like Edge and have mini reviews for smaller games.

1. Organ Quarter

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This indie old school RE game in VR is one of the best experiences I've had. It very much lacks to polish of a big game cause it was made by two guys in boca raton but it captures what made old RE great. Managing health and items, stashing items in item boxes, solving weird puzzles by using items you find around and of course shooting monsters in the face. All done in first person with your hands interacting with the environment. No real jump scares which is a plus, that's cheap in VR, it's more silent hill style atmosphere. Any fan of survival horror with VR needs this. Score: 7.8

2. Devil May Cry 3 SE

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Still the GOAT hack and slash action game.

3. Red Dead Redemption 2

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Full review coming soon. A masterpiece. Score: 9.6

4. Budget Cuts

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One of the best VR demos ever was for this game where you in full room scale have a portal gun and need to sneak around an office while avoiding killer robots with only throwing knives as your weapon. The game expands the demo into a full game. You will duck behind desks, open many drawers, peek around corners physically. The immersion factor is impressive. Sadly I never felt they really developed any further than the demo. Its just the same gameplay loop repeated with new areas. Not until the last level does it really throw you a crazy "boss" enemy, which sadly for me ended up glitched. A good first attempt for a game. Those without VR just do not understand how immersive it is to be in a stealth game where you are literally croutched on the floor and peaking over cubicles. Score: 7.5

5. Resident Evil 2

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THEY DID IT!!!! I'm still playing, full review later. Its an instant classic, one of the best RE games ever. Move over REmake.

6. Kingdom Hearts 2

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Tue, 01 Jan 2019 23:05:48
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1. Total War: Warhammer - 11/01/2019

Dwarf campaign. This game's pretty good.

2. Resident Evil 7 - 23/01/2019

Everything up til a certain environment change was fantastic, but it kinda just lost steam from then on. Still, very good and shits all over RE6.

3. Killer is Dead - 09/02/2019

Gameplay was really fun, but there were way too many cutscenes for a story that wasn't really that good.

4. Gungrave - 13/02/2019

Fun, but janky and pretty damn short.

DLCs completed:

1. Resident Evil 7: Not a Hero - 24/01/2019

It features Chris Redfield, so of course you shoot a lot and punch a lot of enemies in the face. Pretty good for a free DLC.

2. Resident Evil 7: End of Zoe - 29/01/2019

Boxing matches with goopy swamp monsters. What's not to love? The level design sometimes that's what.

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Tue, 15 Jan 2019 05:32:39
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1. Beat: Blaster Master Zero: 5/10 - meh kind of a baby metroid game


2. Beat: The Banner Saga 3: 6/10 - They made encounters a bit more mixed up by adding more environmental hazards, new type of bad guys that had gimmicks and reasons for me to use perks, and the end game set up was reasonably tense because I was playing like an asshole. Ultimately a reasonably enjoyable but highly forgetable turn based strat game.


3. Beat: God of War 4: 7/10 - Finished everything this time and trials. Good game, but well you get the gist lol. I still prefer the Greek games, they have more options and better enemies n bosses. GIVE ME DEVIL MAY FUCKING CRY FIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Thu, 17 Jan 2019 08:22:18

I beat the original the Legend of Zelda on the NES.  I had never played this before and was amazed at how complete of a package it already was.  I can also see the parallels from this to BotW.  There were a few annoyances, but those were more due to the game lacking the sensibilities of our modern day and age, like how the dungeon before the last one wasn't hinted at anywhere and had to be uncovered by randomly burning generally unburnable bushes.  Other than that, a great, fun game that was less hard than I had expected it to be.  -  8/10.

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Thu, 17 Jan 2019 14:28:09
I think there might have been a hint about level 8's location in either the instruction manual or game map. People tend to forget that in the good ole days the in-box material for a lot of games wasn't just instructions for how to play. There were hints, tips, and vital information on where shit was.
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Thu, 17 Jan 2019 14:43:14

True.  EG just had a feature on tLoZ 2 and they also mentioned that you can't really start the game without having first read through the manual.  aLttP even came with a sealed hints & tips book.

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Thu, 17 Jan 2019 15:19:17
I didn't know that about LttP. I had a used copy and never actually saw what came with it. However, now I'm even more proud of myself for beating the game.
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Thu, 17 Jan 2019 19:10:58
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I didn't know that about LttP. I had a used copy and never actually saw what came with it. However, now I'm even more proud of myself for beating the game.

I never beat LttP and I bougt a used copy. It didn't come with a guide. It came with a map of the first three dungeons and the overworld before you go to the Dark World.

I never beat it because when I got to the Dark World my sister borrowed the SNES and it stopped working properly after she borrowed it. Now she got my nephews an SNES Classic so I can play Link to the Past again.

Edited: Thu, 17 Jan 2019 19:25:28

SUPER MARIO MAKER LEVELS:

  • SMB Mix-Up! (1AB2-0000-0047-5A7D)
  • Storm the Castle (77BD-0000-00E0-A9C0)

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Thu, 17 Jan 2019 19:12:10
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I miss Instruction manuals. Sad

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Wed, 30 Jan 2019 10:21:13

I've beaten RE7 and both main story DLCs, so only a few random tapes and finishing up Jack's Birthday left. Damn good game, not perfect, but damn good. I was thinking about jumping into RE2make straight away, but I think I'm a little burnt out. Maybe in a month or two!

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Wed, 30 Jan 2019 13:41:19

1. Kingdom Hearts Final Mix 04/FEB/2019


I just beat Kingdom Hearts for the first time in 17 years. I remembered most of the game when I played the only part I forgot was the final world including the final boss.

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SUPER MARIO MAKER LEVELS:

  • SMB Mix-Up! (1AB2-0000-0047-5A7D)
  • Storm the Castle (77BD-0000-00E0-A9C0)

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Mon, 11 Feb 2019 08:30:25
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1. Beat Blaster Master Zero - 5/10



2. Beat The Banner Saga 3 - 6/10



3. Beat God of War 4 -  7/10

4. Beat Nex Machina - 8/10


Game is crack. I can't 1CC normal yet to fight the secret boss. But it's basically Resogun on speed. With a wider ranger of enemies, environmental hazards, secret doors, beacons, all sorts of shit in the stage to incentivize aggressive play that routinely puts you in harms way. I'm not good enough at bullet hell games to really get everything to offer, but I have a more defined understanding of where the games get their depth. They really come down to micropositions in a way that 3d games really can't. Positioning matters in a lot of games, obviously, but in something like this, its like every small step of frame matters. And staying within a danger window while still getting off your own attacks, while dodging attacks (dashing through attacks in this games case), while shifting your ship out of the standard projectiles, and then also needing to make time to pick up civies is an absolute rush. I'm bummed out that housemarque isn't going to be making more of these type of games, because Resogun was clean as fuck, and Nex Machina is even more dope.

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Fri, 15 Feb 2019 20:45:15

How do I beat Tetris 99?

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