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Completed

DOOM 64

DOOM Eternal

Currently playing 

DOOM Eternal in Ultra-Nightmare 

Next Up

Dunno

Backlog

Final Fantasy X-X2 HD R

Bastion

Transistor 

Hades

Hollow Knight 

Stardew Valley

Enter the Gungeon

DOOM II

DOOM 3

Mighty Switch Force! Collection 

Dark Souls

I'm so predictable that I may end up playing games that I've already beaten twice or more, though, perhaps Three Houses or Breath of the Wild

Last edited by Metallox - on 22 January 2021

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New games beaten:
- Bayonetta (Jan. 15)

Games replayed:
- Ori and the Will of the Wisps (nine times)

Bayonetta was fun. Really stupid game, absurdly over the top. Not quite my kind of thing, honestly, but it was kinda impressive how much it embraced its ridiculousness and ran away with it. Final boss sucked, everything else was mostly quite good.



Well, it could be interesting to see how many games I beat in a year.

Resident Evil 5 (single player): 4/10. One of the clunkiest inventory systems ever and a badly designed AI partner team up to torture the player.

Freedom Planet: 4/10. Enemies that attack at the speed of light from outside of the screen, moves that bypass the player's post-hit invincibility, plus many smaller issues. I'll take all those free lives in plain sight before the giant snake boss as an apology.

Rival Schools: 8/10. Fun, solid 2D fighting game, aerial combos aside. Highly nostalgic music.

Fight'n Rage: 9/10. The best modern 2D beat'em up money can buy. Made by two people. If it had more than three playable characters...

Final Fight LNS Ultimate: 10/10. The best modern 2D beat'em up is an openbor fangame. Let's take a moment to let that sink in.



Games I've beaten for the first time in 2021:

  1. Jedi Fallen Order (PS4)
  2. Inside (PS4)

Games I've already finished, but replayed and beat in 2021:

  1. Trials of Mana (PS4) - Finished for the second time. 
  2. Final Fantasy 6 (SNES) (emulated) - Finished for the billionth time maybe, one of the greats
  3. Ogre Battle 64 (N64, played trough WiiU virtual console) - Finished for the billionth time as well, but its the first time I get the bad ending. 

Currently playing:

    Nothing. Im watching One Piece now and that show has 900+ caps. Love it. Usopp and Gecko Moria are the worst character so far. 

    Last edited by Jpcc86 - on 17 February 2021

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    Ff7 remake
    Ace combat 7



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    Ys III: Wanderers From Ys (SNES)

    Currently playing Fire Emblem: Awakening (3DS) and Gears Tactics (XSX)



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    1. Atelier Ayesha: The Alchemist of Dusk - NS - 3rd Playthrough - 10
    2. Disney's Hercules Action Game - PC - 5.5
    3. SNK Gals' Fighters - NS - 1st Arcade run - 7
    4. Touhou Luna Nights - NS - All clear - 9

    5. Sengoku 3 - NS - 8.5 ~ 9



    First Update of 2021

    Just Finished: Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition (PS Now)

    Another quarantine co-op game that I played through with my buddy. As a fan of Resogun and a BIG FAN of Super Stardust HD I'm quite disappointed with Dead Nation. This is definitely the worst Housemarque game I have played. The premise is cool and this style of game seems right up their alley but somehow they messed up the execution. The visual design and art direction are horrendous. Everything is so grey and monotonous it is hard to tell what is going on, especially as the zombies start to swarm in larger crowds. Something as simple as glowing character outlines to better help tell the player character and enemies apart would have gone a long way. The difficulty is too steep even on normal so the game is more frustrating than it is fun. The game does not make the most of the co-op elements by not giving you a way to heal or revive a partner. The checkpoints are too far apart and the pacing is wildly uneven. Upgrading the weapons is satisfying, especially the mines and other explosives. Some variety of enemies are too menacing and can set you back with a huge penalty in only a few attacks. The story and music are generic. The online continuous world leaderboard is kinda cool. It is a relief to be done and not exactly a great way to start the year.

    6/10

    Full Completed 2021 List:

    • Dead Nation: Apocalypse Edition (PS Now)
    Last edited by Signalstar - on 21 February 2021

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    derpysquirtle64 said:

    2021 completions:

    1. Devil May Cry V: Special Edition (Xbox Series X) - Nero/Dante/V mode + Vergil mode
    2. Doom (1993) (Xbox Series X)

    2020 list: https://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/post.php?id=9092024

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

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

    + R-Type (Switch)

    + R-Type II (Switch)

    + Cyberpunk 2077 (Xbox Series X)



     

    first update (17 completed games):

    Games I've finished in 2021:

    The Walking Dead: The Final Season
    The Explorer Of Night
    Dark Grim Mariupolis
    Smart Moves
    Pixel Gladiator
    Cold Silence
    50 Years
    Inferno 2+
    Mr. Massagy: Mayo Edition
    Light Fairytale Episode 1
    Ultra Hat Dimension
    Infinity Runner
    Five Nights at Freddy's 2
    Hitman 2
    Superhot: Mind Control Delete (Game Pass)
    eFootball PES 2021 Season Update (Game Pass)
    Starbound (Game Pass / Win 10)

    Currently working on:

    Call of the Sea (Game Pass)
    Crash Bandicoot 4
    Mortal Kombat 11