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RingoGaSuki said:
Playing for the first time at the moment:
Cuphead (NS) (11 hours)
Final Fantasy X (NS) 
Final Fantasy X-2 (NS)
Hollow Knight (NS)


Finished (hours it took to beat the 'main story'):
Little Nightmares (NS) (played 6 twice and the boy once - total of 14 hours)
Steamworld Heist (NS) (4 hours)
Katamari Damacy Reroll (NS) (10 hours)
The Binding of Issac (NS) (5 hours)
Smash Bros Ultimate (NS) (65 hours)
Wargroove (NS) (20 hours)
Final Fantasy IX (NS) (23 hours)
Dragon Quest V (DS) (50 hours)
Dragon Quest IV (DS) (40 hours)
New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe (NS) (5 hours)
Tetris 99 (NS) (40 hours)
Tangledeep (NS) (30 hours)
Game Dev Story (NS) (10 hours)
Diablo III (NS) (21 hours)
Overcooked 2 - Campfire DLC (NS) (5 hours)

Started, but lost interest and quit:
Xenoblade 2 (NS) (4 hours)
Final Fantasy VII (NS) (3 hours)
Yoshi's Craft World (NS) (3 hours)
Quest of Dungeons (NS) (10 minutes)

Still playing, but done the 'story' (current total time played):
Overcooked 2 (NS) (50 hours played at the moment)
Smash Bros Ultimate (NS) (Currently at 85 hours)
Tangledeep (NS) (Currently at 30 hours) - Playing through New Game+ now, first time I've ever actually done a NG+ run

In queue:
Dragon Quest XI S (NS)
Fire Emblem: Three Houses (NS)
Pokemon Shield (NS)
Astral Chain (NS)
Bayonetta 3 (NS)

Finished two games but my backlog has grown in the past few weeks.

Finished Diablo 3's campaign, really liked it, I'll definitely come back to make seasonal characters and stuff when I have nothing on the back-burner. The Overcooked 2 Campfire DLC was good too, the backpack mechanic is infuriating, but my fiance and I had a good time as always finishing it. Looking forward to the next round of content.

I picked up Final Fantasy X/X-2 (in Japan so they're both on the cartridge too!), and Hollow Knight in the last few days. Hollow Knight isn't the type of game I really like at all, but it's made by a studio from my hometown (Adelaide, South Australia), and the music and art style are great so I wanted to at least show my support for their work. I'll play through it after FFX/X-2, which I've heard good things about. I'm hoping they're more like IX than VII, as I didn't really like the latter at all. 

Meanwhile I played about 10 minutes of Quest of Dungeons and regretted buying it, I love mystery dungeon games, but it didn't click for me at all.



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Games I've beaten in 2019...

- Astrobot

- Resident evil 2 Remake (Platinum achieved)

- Metro exodus

- Resident evil 4

- Ace combat 7

- CoD4: Modern warfare remastered

- Devil May Cry 5

- The messenger

- Sekerio: Shadows Die 2000 times

- Phenoix wright: Ace Attorney

- Gun Club VR 

- Days Gone (Platinum achieved) 

- Blood & Truth (Platinum achieved)

I'm 'working' on AKA playing...

- Everbodies Golf VR (Under par, all holes)

- Burnout Paradise (Burnout licence)

- A plague tale: innocence.

- Immortal legacy the jade chiper.

- What remains of Edith Finch. 

 

Lined up for completion in 2019..

- Pheonix Wright: Justice for all

- Yakuza Kiwami or Judegment

- Crash team racing

- No man's Sky VR

- Control

- Vampyr

Backlog, mid competition, intent to resume...

- Divinity OS 2

- Persona 5

- Crash Bandicoot 2 & 3

- Shadow warrior 2

- Wolfenstien 2

- No Heroes allowed

- Dead cells

- A mages tale

- Pixel ripped 1989

 

 

***Updated Thu, June 4th. Beat Blood & Truth (Platinum). Working on getting under par on all holes in Everbodies Golf VR as completion critera and still a chapter or two away from a plague tales end, I think maybe three. Going back to Sekrio again in hopes for the platinum and same for AstroBot. 

Last edited by John2290 - on 03 June 2019

 

Everything in the above reply is my opinion, from my own perspective and not representative of reality outside of my own head!

-Android user, please be gentle with critique on my spelling.

So you can all sleep a little better tonight, I finished the main campaign of Cyberdimension Neptunia: 4 Goddesses Online today. So that's TWO (!) games this year. At roughly 600 hours played between the 2 of them in 2019. Still going to do some post game cleanup, and go for the platinum. I'm going to smash my PSN gameplay time from last year. Assuming they do the statistics dealie again.



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Farsala said:
I don't see a problem bumping it every game unless they are very short games, and you are knocking one out every day lol.

I finished KH Chain of Memories and now I am on KH2. I sadly won't finish before KH3 is out, and I have like 3 more games before it. I am fairly patient though, so it isn't a huge issue. The bigger issue is I will be working full time soon, and probably will barely play any games.

The only update that I have in around 4 months is that I beat KH2 and KH Birth by sleep (PS4). Also had a pretty good campaign as Tibet in CK2, with about half the map conquered.

Games I've finished in 2019:

Kingdom Hearts (PS4)

Kingdom Hearts Chain of Memories (PS4)

Kingdom Hearts 2
Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep

Currently working on:

Kingdom Hearts 3D: Dream Drop Distance

Games I'm still playing despite being done

Crusader Kings 2 (impossible to beat)

Started but not actively playing:

None

In Queue:

Kingdom Hearts 0.2
Kingdom Hearts 3



Finished Games:

  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Trilogy
  • Resident Evil 2 (PS4)
  • Kingdom Hearts III
  • 11-11 Memories Retold

Currently Actively Playing: 

  • Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice
  • Mortal Kombat 11 (Finished the story, still playing towers,krypt etc.)

Started, but not playing at the moment:

  • Assassin's Creed III Remastered

Games I'm still playing:

  • Overwatch
  • FIFA 19
  • Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age
  • Assassin's Creed Odyssey (DLC)

Planned for 2019

  • Final Fantasy XV
  • A Plague Tale: Innocence
  • Days Gone
  • Yakuza 3,4,5,6
  • A bunch of Switch games, once I get the console in the next 2 months


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Scoobes said:

Games I've finished in 2019:

  • Assassins Creed Odyssey (PS4)

Currently working on:

  • Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void (Campaign, PC)
  • Skyrim (PS VR)
  • Assassins Creed Odyssey (DLC, PS4)

Games I'm still playing despite being done

  • Skyrim (PC)

Started but not actively playing:

  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (PC)
  • Subnautica (PC)
  • Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition (PC)
  • Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition (PC)
  • Pillars of Eternity (PC)
  • Eve Valkyrie (PS VR)
  • StarDew Valley (PC)
In Queue:
  • Astro Bot (PS VR)
  • Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice (PC)
  • Planescape Torment: Enhanced Edition (PC)
 

You should put Astro bot as your top priority. It is masterful. Also, what do you think of VR skyrim as opposed to vanilla?



 

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-Android user, please be gentle with critique on my spelling.

John2290 said:
Scoobes said:

Games I've finished in 2019:

  • Assassins Creed Odyssey (PS4)

Currently working on:

  • Starcraft II: Legacy of the Void (Campaign, PC)
  • Skyrim (PS VR)
  • Assassins Creed Odyssey (DLC, PS4)

Games I'm still playing despite being done

  • Skyrim (PC)

Started but not actively playing:

  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (PC)
  • Subnautica (PC)
  • Baldur's Gate Enhanced Edition (PC)
  • Baldur's Gate II: Enhanced Edition (PC)
  • Pillars of Eternity (PC)
  • Eve Valkyrie (PS VR)
  • StarDew Valley (PC)
In Queue:
  • Astro Bot (PS VR)
  • Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice (PC)
  • Planescape Torment: Enhanced Edition (PC)
 

You should put Astro bot as your top priority. It is masterful. Also, what do you think of VR skyrim as opposed to vanilla?

It's fantastic. The Move controllers work really well for the most part to immerse you in the experience.

The only downside is I'm playing on PS4 (not Pro) so the visuals are heavily toned down (especially as I normally play it on PC), but the overall immersion more than make up for it.

Will look to play Astro Bot. It's been on the back-burner for a while but multiple people have recommended it now.



Playing for the first time at the moment:
Cuphead (NS) (15 hours)
Final Fantasy X-2 (NS)
Hollow Knight (NS)
Art of Balance (NS) (3 hours)
Death Squared (NS) (2 hours)
Back to Bed (NS) (2 hours)

Finished (hours it took to beat the 'main story'):
Little Nightmares (NS) (played 6 twice and the boy once - total of 14 hours)
Steamworld Heist (NS) (4 hours)
Katamari Damacy Reroll (NS) (10 hours)
The Binding of Issac (NS) (5 hours)
Smash Bros Ultimate (NS) (65 hours)
Wargroove (NS) (20 hours)
Final Fantasy IX (NS) (23 hours)
Dragon Quest V (DS) (50 hours)
Dragon Quest IV (DS) (40 hours)
New Super Mario Bros. U Deluxe (NS) (5 hours)
Tetris 99 (NS) (40 hours)
Tangledeep (NS) (30 hours)
Game Dev Story (NS) (10 hours)
Diablo III (NS) (21 hours)
Overcooked 2 - Campfire DLC (NS) (5 hours)
Final Fantasy X (NS) (45 hours)

Started, but lost interest and quit:
Xenoblade 2 (NS) (4 hours)
Final Fantasy VII (NS) (3 hours)
Yoshi's Craft World (NS) (3 hours)
Quest of Dungeons (NS) (10 minutes)

Still playing, but done the 'story' (current total time played):
Overcooked 2 (NS) (50 hours played at the moment)
Smash Bros Ultimate (NS) (Currently at 85 hours)
Tangledeep (NS) (Currently at 30 hours) - Playing through New Game+ now, first time I've ever actually done a NG+ run

In queue:
Dragon Quest XI S (NS)
Fire Emblem: Three Houses (NS)
Pokemon Shield (NS)
Astral Chain (NS)
Bayonetta 3 (NS)

|Finished FFX - Really enjoyable. I liked the story, but think FFIX's was a bit better. Gameplay was smoother in this one though. Looking forward to playing through FFX-2, I've heard it has a much lighter tone, but I like that in games so I think I'll enjoy it.

I had my birthday last week and got a 5000Y eShop card as a present, so I picked up a few indie multiplayer games with it (still have 3000Y to use though).
Art of Balance is great fun, my fiance's really enjoying it, so I can see us playing a fair bit of it. Death Squared is fun too, but I don't know if we'll do much of it, the voices are annoying, and even turned off it can feel frustrating rather than challenging at times. Back to Bed is fun too, we like the atmosphere, innocent on the surface, but something sinister, like Little Nightmares in a way.

Looking forward to the E3 sale to see what else I can pick up.

Last edited by RingoGaSuki - on 05 June 2019

Seems I finish a game rougly once every two weeks, this is interesting to keep track of.



 

Everything in the above reply is my opinion, from my own perspective and not representative of reality outside of my own head!

-Android user, please be gentle with critique on my spelling.

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