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ARamdomGamer said:

So far

Sunset Overdrive - PC  What an amazing game.

Sonic CD - PC - Savior of the Planet run.

Shadow of the Tomb Raider - PC



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1. Astral Chain  (NS) - I loved it and I hope for a sequel. I do admit I played on easiest difficulty because I sucked at the game, but I loved every second of it.

2. Cadence of Hyrule: Octavo DLC  (NS) - I really love this game. I play it without the beats though (I enjoy the options). I'd double dip for a physical copy.

3. Crash Team Racing  (NS) - Adventure mode is a blast. I played it through on easy, and I still couldn't 100%... Wow, a trend this year so far is I've sucked at all of these games (but still enjoyed). Mario Kart needs a single player experience like this.

4. Shining Resonance Refrain (NS) - I recognize this as an average game, but I enjoyed the hell out of it. 8/10 for my personal experience.

5. Saints Row: The Third (NS) - I have never played anything so balls to the wall insane. I loved it! So happy that Switch is getting 4!

6. Luigi's Mansion 3 (NS) - Phenomenal game! Played through with my wife and had a blast. I would love a Luigi's Mansion mini series or movie. The animation to me was nearly Pixar level good.

7. Fire Emblem: Three Houses (NS) - I played through Cindered Shadows and enjoyed it. It was harder than normal though. I decided after to play through for a fifth time (second time Blue Lions - best route!) so that I could enjoy the new characters fully. 345 hours I have clocked in to this game. It is easily top 10, maybe even top 5 of all time. 

8. Unravel Two (NS) - Very fun little platformer to play with a friend (in my case, my wife). Great visuals, puzzles, music, and the platforming feels really great when you get in a rhythm.

9. Yooka Laylee and the Impossible Lair (NS) - Well... I fibbed a little... I did not finish the titular level in this game. Even with everything else unlocked, the final level was just too crazy. For me, the rest of the game was fantastic and well balanced, but the final level was infuriating.

10. Batman: The Enemy Within (NS) - I enjoy the stories that these two games have shared in the Batman universe. Not a fan of the times where you have to move around... Would rather straight quick time events only. I am sad that we will not get to see the story continue. 

11. Spyro the Dragon: Spyro Reignited (NS) - This was the only game I completed from the trilogy. I loved it. For some reason, I did not get far in 2... It just didn't click with me. Didn't even try 3... Maybe some day. But not anytime soon. Still, the first one alone was worth the price!

12. Mega Man Zero (NS) - So happy that the Zero series gets a new life on current gen consoles with this legacy collection. Mega Man Zero is one of my all time favourite games. Replaying it again (for the first time on the tv!) has been such a nostalgic trip. Still holds up today IMO. 

13. Mega Man Zero 2 (NS) - To me, it is not as good as the first one, but still a great time. That opening stage music is stuck in my head.

14. Xenoblade Chronicles Definitive Edition (NS) - I've gone on about this game in other threads, so I will just say: AMAZING.

15. Kill la Kill IF (NS) - The anime that got me into anime. Hiroyuki Sawano's music is amazing in the series and this game! A nice little side story with some good battle mechanics, even if I am no good at it.

16. Darksiders Genesis (NS) - I expected to like this game, but not as much as I did. Just a bit more polish and I would have loved it. I do love this series and cannot wait for more. Anybody who liked Darksiders 1 and 2 (I never played 3 so I cannot comment), should definitely pick this up. It is a different angle, but it plays like you think a Darksiders game would. This is not Diablo with a Darksiders skin.

17. Hyrule Warriors Definitive Edition (NS) - Played this on and off since release. 600 hours combined across this and the Wii U version. I took a 3 week break from Witcher 3 to finally do everything that I wanted to in the game before the sequel hits. So much content. Got a little burnt out near the end. But still a favourite of mine. Cannot wait to spend hundreds of hours in Age of Calamity. Now, back to Witcher 3.

18. The Witcher 3 (NS) - I have been over how much I love this game in my own thread. But I'll sum it up here: Masterpiece. So happy it is on Switch. One of the few games that could both make me cry and laugh out loud.

19. Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity (NS) - This will enter my top 50 for sure next year. So good. I am more than satisfied even without the inevitable DLC that will come at some point in the future. Made me appreciate Breath of the Wild more. I love Warriors-style gameplay, it suits the Zelda series very well. I hope for future installments!

Last edited by FarleyMcFirefly - on 14 December 2020

1doesnotsimply

So far...

Beaten:

1. Iconoclasts (Switch) - This game is kind of billed as a metroidvania, even though it only barely meets that requirement. Still, a great, mostly linear, action platformer with a killer story. We're talking RPG quality story. Almost straight out of a mid to late 90s JRPG, with its deeply political and religious overtones.

In Progress:

1. Shenmue I (PC)

2. Phantasy Star (Switch)

Last edited by CladInShadows - on 20 January 2020

Edit: Moving forward, I'll update my finished games in my original post :)

Last edited by Veknoid_Outcast - on 20 January 2020

CladInShadows said:
So far...

1. Iconoclasts - This game is kind of billed as a metroidvania, even though it only barely meets that requirement. Still, a great, mostly linear, action platformer with a killer story. We're talking RPG quality story. Almost straight out of a mid to late 90s JRPG, with its deeply political and religious overtones.

Great, great story. And some incredibly nuanced characters.

Glad you liked it!



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Veknoid_Outcast said:
CladInShadows said:
So far...

1. Iconoclasts - This game is kind of billed as a metroidvania, even though it only barely meets that requirement. Still, a great, mostly linear, action platformer with a killer story. We're talking RPG quality story. Almost straight out of a mid to late 90s JRPG, with its deeply political and religious overtones.

Great, great story. And some incredibly nuanced characters.

Glad you liked it!

Yeah it really was fantastic. And that Ivory Beast battle....



Xbox one:
Gears 5
Sea of Thieves (Captain legend)
Division 2
Crackdown 3
Outer Worlds - 80% done

Switch & PS4:
None - Working on Fire Emblem: Three house & really need to start Uncharted 4 before next gen console arrive.



Tommy Jean, CPA, CGA

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

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

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

+ Need For Speed Most Wanted (2005) (Xbox 360) - 1000G

+ Doom (1993) (Switch)

Currently in progress:

- Nier (Xbox 360)

- The World Ends With You Final Remix (Switch)

- Doom II: Hell On Earth (Switch)



 

Edit: moving forward I will update beaten games in my original post ;)

Last edited by Veknoid_Outcast - on 20 January 2020

Finished my first game over the weekend:

Resident Evil VII (PC)



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