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Call of Duty: IW (XB1)
Capcom Beat Em Up Bundle
Wolfenstein 2 (XB1)
Rage 2 (XB1)
Worms WMD
Mortal Kombat 10 (XB1)
Metro Exodus (XB1)
Doom 64
Sonic Generations
Bleeding Edge (XB1)
Lost Odyssey
Army of Two
Earth Defence Force 2017
Ninja Gaiden 2
Resident Evil 7 (XB1)
Grand Theft Auto 5
Streets of Rage 4 (XB1)
LOTR: Shadow of War (XB1)
Fractured Minds (XB1)
Call of Duty: MW (XB1)
Banjo Kazooie
Conkers Bad Fur Day
Alan Wake

Next in no particular order (prob save the open world games last): Minecraft Dungeons, Witcher 3, Red Dead Redemption 2, DBZ Fighterz, Resident Evil 2 (XB1)



 

 

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ClassicGamingWizzz said:
God of war 4 - 7.5/10
Resident evil 2 - 8.5/10
Final fantasy 7 remake - 9.5/10

Started and didnt finished

Shadows of Colossus remake.
Gran turismo sport.

I started it years ago and never got around to beating it until this past week. I liked the game and the story overall but my god the controls for Agro drove me insane at times. 



axumblade said:
ClassicGamingWizzz said:
God of war 4 - 7.5/10
Resident evil 2 - 8.5/10
Final fantasy 7 remake - 9.5/10

Started and didnt finished

Shadows of Colossus remake.
Gran turismo sport.

I started it years ago and never got around to beating it until this past week. I liked the game and the story overall but my god the controls for Agro drove me insane at times. 

I started and stopped this game three Times , i AM half way, cant understand the hype, this game is a pain because of the controls...

OT: started Zelda and didnt finish it also 

Today i Will finish tlous2 👍



 

ClassicGamingWizzz said:
axumblade said:

I started it years ago and never got around to beating it until this past week. I liked the game and the story overall but my god the controls for Agro drove me insane at times. 

I started and stopped this game three Times , i AM half way, cant understand the hype, this game is a pain because of the controls...

OT: started Zelda and didnt finish it also 

Today i Will finish tlous2 👍

Yeah, I think that some of it was because when it initially came out, it was before Assassin's Creed and Uncharted. So we've been spoiled by better controls. I will say that it looked great at least. 



One new game to add to the list this time. Pretty clear now that I'm not going to get even close to the number of games I beat in 2019 (31) this year, though 

  • Nier: Automata (PS4) (9.5/10) One of the best stories I've ever experienced in video games with wonderfully written characters, combined with a huge amount of gameplay variety and a fun and fast-paced combat system, which had been the weak point in Yoko Taro's earlier works. Easily going to make my top 50 games of all time list this year.
  • GRIS (PC) (8/10) An absolutely gorgeous 2D platformer, easily one of the best looking games I've ever played, with a beautiful soundtrack layered on top of it all. The actual gameplay is quite simple, but solid, and there are some very satisfying moments of platforming in the game, even if none of it is all that challenging. It is a very short game, but every moment I spent with GRIS was thoroughly enjoyable.
  • Middle-Earth: Shadow of War (PS4) (8/10) A solid open world game made better by the nemesis system that did the same for Shadow of Mordor. The gameplay is fun, the world has a lot of nice variety to it, and although the story is kinda silly in the context of the books, but as a kind of non-canon side thing it's fine enough. Gets a bit grindy at the end, which soured me a little towards it, but it wasn't too bad. If the epilogue had been like in the original release before the balance changes and the removal of lootboxes I probably would have not been nearly as kind towards the game, but as it stands now I do recommend Shadow of War. 
  • Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom (PS4) (8.5/10) A charming and gorgeous and a sequel to one of my favourite games from the previous console generation. I'm not sure if I would rank it higher than the first game, though. The gameplay is vastly improved compared to the first one, with the battle system, side quests and the other side stuff available for you to do just being much more interesting and varied in comparison. The story and character are also very good, but I might still prefer the first game's cast and story to this one. Still a very good game, and well worth the time I put into it.
  • The Banner Saga 2 (PC) (8/10) The Banner Saga-games (at least the first two) aren't necessarily groundbreaking tactical RPGs in any way, at least as far as gameplay is concerned. Every element of the gameplay can be found in other games in one form or another, but these are still very well put together games with a battle system that has plenty of tactical depth to it. The nordic mythology-inspired story is very well written and the characters are interesting as well. Still, perhaps the most impressive aspect of these games is the visual style. The backgrounds and characters look absolutely gorgeous, and the animated sequences always look great as well, though I wish there were more of them. Overall, Banner Saga 2 is a good game that I enjoyed playing through, just one that doesn't really bring anything new to the genre.
  • A Short Hike (PC) (7.5/10) A charming little game that I finished on a single sitting. It's unlikely that I'll ever go back to the game, but the short story it tells is quite lovely, and the relaxing, low-stakes gameplay is perfect for unwinding in-between other more demanding games. If you're looking for a game to just take your mind off things and just relax for a few hours, this is a very good option for that.
  • Nioh (PS4) (8/10) A very good Dark Souls-inspired games, that doesn't quite reach the same heights as FromSoftware's titles. I enjoyed the gameplay for the most part, the story was fine, if somewhat disjointed, and William is a good main character. The locations aren't as interesting as those found in Dark Souls for example, and the world as a whole also feels like a collection of disconnected places that don't feel like part of the same world very often. Still, despite my issues, I very much enjoyed the game overall, but unlike Dark Souls or Bloodborne I'll likely never replay it.
  • Trine 4: The Nightmare Prince (PS4) (8.5/10) Played through the game in co-op, and as of right now it might be my favourite in the entire series. I'll have to go through it alone at some point to come to a conclusion, but even with the co-op playthrough Trine 4 is a very good game. The puzzles are better and more varied than in previous games, the gameplay much more fluid and intuitive, and while the story has never really been that important in the series outside of setting up a fairytale-like tone, it's fun and charming as well. Just an overall enjoyable game to play, and a great co-op title as well.
  • My Time At Portia (PC) (8.5/10) This was a really fun and relaxing game, that in a lot of ways reminds me of Harvest Moon, except instead of building a farm you do so with a crafting workshop. I put almost 130 hours into this game, and I finished the main storyline and most of the sidequests in that time, and I enjoyed pretty much all of it. There's just so much stuff you can do here, besides crafting new machines and items there's farming, relationship building, dungeons to explore, ruins where you can mine for ore and relics, and so much more. 
  • Deponia (PC) (7.5/10) Every once in a while I get in the mood to play some traditional point-and-click adventure games, and I'd had Deponia (and two sequels to it) on my Steam library for ages, so this was a good time to get around to playing it. Visually it's a very good looking game, and the setting is interesting and unique. The story and characters were pretty good too, though it does show that this was essentially just the first chapter in the story, so a lot of stuff was left unfinished. The main character can be somewhat annoying at times, especially early on in the game, but that also gives him some clear room for growth and development, which is nice. I guess the best thing I can say is that after finishing Deponia I'm still looking forward to playing the rest of the series.
  • Wild Arms 3 (PS4) (8/10) It had been a while since I'd played a proper old-school JRPG that I hadn't previously experienced, and since I had bought Wild Arms 3 a while back on a sale I thought I'd give it a shot. Overall, I really enjoyed it. The music is great, I really like the world these games take place in, the characters are well written and interesting, and the gameplay has enough unique elements to separate it from the pack. The story is fairly standard JRPG fare, but the main issue I had with the game is the fact that it just doesn't really explain a lot of its mechanics to the player very well. Several times over the course of the game I had to go and find out what certain things actually meant from guides or forum posts, because I couldn't find the information within the game itself. Still, this is a good game well worth playing though, especially if you're a fan of the genre.

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  • The Witcher (PC) Slowly making progress on-and-off. About halfway through at the moment I think, maybe a little more.
  • Terraria (PC) The final update to the game was released recently, with a lot of new stuff to find, so me and a couple of friends started a new world once again.
  • Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel (PS3)


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None, unfortunately. I started playing videogames again last week (the situation of earthquakes in PR hindered everything in my life), and I'm platting Diablo 3 now so that will take a little while. HZD will most likely be the first game I'll complete in 2020.



Shadow of the Tomb Raider - PC
The Messenger - NS - Picnic Panic DLC
Tangle Tower - NS
Detective Grimoire - PC
Disney Princess: My Fairytale Adventure - PC
Jet Set Radio - PC
The King of Fighters '97 - NS
Real Bout Fatal Fury - NS
Samurai Shodown III - NS
Waku Waku 7 - NS
Code of Princess EX - NS
Daemon X Machina - NS
Mario & Sonic at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games - NS - Story Mode
Lara Croft Go - PC - 100%
Real Bout Fatal Fury 2 - NS
Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk - NS
Samurai Shodown 2019 - NS
Atelier Escha & Logy: Alchemists of the Dusk Sky - NS
Atelier Shallie: Alchemists of the Dusk Sea - NS
Atelier Marie: The Alchemist of Salburg
Devil May Cry 3: Best DMC Edition - NS
Streets of Rage - PS3
Streets of Rage 2 - PS3
Streets of Rage 3 -PS3
Streets of Rage 4 - NS
Super Crush K.O. - NS
StarCrossed - PC, NS
Them's Fightin' Herds - Chapter 1 - PC
A Hat in Time - NS
Chrono Trigger - SNES

Alcahest - SNES



StuOhQ said:

My 2020 list (so far):

Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle (Switch)
Panzer Dragoon II Zwei (Saturn)
Xenoblade Chronicles X (Wii U)
Sonic the Hedgehog (Genesis)
Fire Emblem: Three Houses (Switch)
Xenoblade Chronicles 2 - Torna: The Golden Country (Switch)
Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of DANA (Switch)
Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins (Game Boy)

+Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition (Switch)



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derpysquirtle64 said:

Thanks for continuing with such thread in 2020. I've been waiting for this. I will edit this post once I complete some games and reply to it with new additions just like I did in the past.

2020 completions:

  • Bright Memory (PC)
  • Soldier Of Fortune (PC)
  • Hellblade: Senua' Sacrifice (Xbox One) - 1000G
  • Need For Speed Most Wanted (2005) (Xbox 360) - 1000G
  • Doom (1993) (Switch)
  • Nier (Xbox 360) - 1000G
  • Drakengard 3 - Ending A (RPCS3)
  • Ori And The Blind Forest DE (Xbox One)
  • Road Rash 3 (OpenEmu)
  • Doom Eternal (Xbox One)
  • Persona 5 Royal (PS4) - Platinum Trophy
  • Persona 5: Dancing in Starlight (PS4) - Platinum
  • Chrono Trigger (Wii VC)
  • Wild Guns (Switch SNES NSO)
  • Hatsune Miku: Project Diva Mega Mix (Switch) - all tracks cleared on Normal
  • Doom 64 (Xbox One) - Main Campaign, Lost Levels, 1000G

2019 list: http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=8950250

2018 list: http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=8950254

+ Serious Sam Revolution: Bright Island (PC)

+ Shantae and the Seven Sirens (Xbox One)