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Just beat Metal Gear on my NES for the first time. I've had it for decades but never played it. It was surprisingly good and quite innovative. Now, I want to play Kojima's Metal Gear and see just how much they butchered it lol.



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Finally beat Elden Ring, about 135 hours spent and it was exceptional.

Finished Games:

  1. Luigi's Mansion (Switch) My Rating: 8/10
    • Played through this game with my fiancée. Not sure if I would have liked it as much playing by myself, but in co-op it was a lot of fun. Not among the console's best games, but certainly enjoyable nonetheless.
  2. Super Mario Odyssey (Switch) My Rating: 9/10
    • I actually finished this game last year, but I realized I forgot to put it in last year's list, so it's here now. It's great. Probably the best 3D Mario game ever, or at least very close to it.
  3. Valkyria Chronicles 4 (PS4) My Rating: 9/10
    • An absolutely brilliant tactical RPG. Likely the first game I've beaten this year that'll end up in my top 50 list of all time at the end of the year. It's not quite as good as the first game in the series, but it's not far off.
  4. The Last of Us Part II (PS4) My Rating: 9/10
    • Pretty much just flew through this one in less than a week, which considering my work schedule is almost unheard these days. An excellent game. Not sure whether I like this or the first game more. The rating might even go up once I've had some time to think on it, and now that I have finally played it I still have no idea what some people's problem with the game was, outside of the obvious idiots getting angry at game having a diverse cast. Regardless, this is another game that's likely going to end up in my top 50 at the end of the year.
  5. Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4) My Rating: 9.5/10
    • Because of Forbidden West's impending release I wanted to go back and replay Zero Dawn, just to remind myself of the story and characters. Since that first playthrough I've considered Zero Dawn to be the best open world game of all time, and not much changed on my second go-around. The story, world, character, gameplay, visuals and music are all still amazing, and the only issues I have with the game are minor ones, like the inventory space being a bit too small for my liking. 
  6. Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age (PS4) My Rating: 8/10
    • Or the game that just never ends. I liked DQXI quite a lot, though it is not without its issues. The main character has about as much emotional depth as a plank of wood, which ends up hurting some otherwise very well done emotional moments with the other characters. The game also has an unfortunate tendency to stretch things needlessly to pad the run time. The music was quite forgettable as well. However, otherwise this is still a quality JRPG, but not one I'll probably be returning to in the future.  
  7. Elden Ring (PS4) My Rating: 10/10
    • An absolutely exceptional game, and unless something truly incredible comes out, likely going to end up as my game of the year and very high on my all-time favourite games list as well. The gameplay, the world itself, the story behind the events of the game, the sheer amount of engaging and interesting stuff to do and find in The Lands Between, the visual design, music, and so many other things about Elden Ring are simply impeccable. It's not quite a perfect game, not that there is such a thing, but there are a few minor negatives as well. One of the late game areas is ridiculously frustrating, couple of the optional dungeons aren't very fun, and a few of the bosses in the end-game feel a bit unfair at times. Overall, this is still without question the best open world game I've ever played. 

Currently Playing:

  1. Spiritfarer (PS4)
  2. Stardew Valley (PC)


the-pi-guy said:

Completed:

  1. Dark Souls Remastered (Platinum)
  2. Dark Souls II (Story)
  3. Elden Ring (Platinum)

In Progress:

  1. Mass Effect 1

Queue:

  1. Mass Effect 1
  2. Mass Effect 2
  3. Mass Effect 3
  4. Dark Souls 3
  5. Horizon Zero Dawn
  6. Horizon Forbidden West

Decided to move some things around. 

Finished Elden Ring. 

Going to return to Dark Souls 2 at some point. But taking a break from Souls like games. 



Signalstar said:

Just Finished: inFamous 2 (PS Now)

I played this series out of order. I played the original game on PS3 years ago and then played Second Son on PS4 during 2020. I really enjoyed Second Son, it's my favorite of the series, so I worried that going back to inFamous 2, this game would pale in comparison. It does, but not by much. I played both of the games featuring Cole on the evil path. For a T rated game some of the moral situations you are put in get really dark. The developers did a great job expanding on Cole's powers and mixing up the gameplay from the first game. An open world city based on New Orleans feels pretty unique, so I dug New Marais as a setting. The graphics have not aged well. The story does a good job of complicating the character's and there moral choices. I felt incentivized to do a bunch of side missions to unlock extra powers. Some of the mission structures got repetitive. You feel very powerful by the end of the game. The game definitely grew on me especially as you gain better means of traversing the city. I've now completed all the mainline inFamous games. I can go back and replay each game with the opposite moral choice and then I could as play the standalone DLC for inFamous 2 and Second Son. I hope Sucker Punch continues the series on PS5 and beyond. It's a real gem. With great power...

As someone who has yet to play any game in the series, do you recommend playing them in order or should I start with Second Son?



Spike0503 said:
Signalstar said:

Just Finished: inFamous 2 (PS Now)

I played this series out of order. I played the original game on PS3 years ago and then played Second Son on PS4 during 2020. I really enjoyed Second Son, it's my favorite of the series, so I worried that going back to inFamous 2, this game would pale in comparison. It does, but not by much. I played both of the games featuring Cole on the evil path. For a T rated game some of the moral situations you are put in get really dark. The developers did a great job expanding on Cole's powers and mixing up the gameplay from the first game. An open world city based on New Orleans feels pretty unique, so I dug New Marais as a setting. The graphics have not aged well. The story does a good job of complicating the character's and there moral choices. I felt incentivized to do a bunch of side missions to unlock extra powers. Some of the mission structures got repetitive. You feel very powerful by the end of the game. The game definitely grew on me especially as you gain better means of traversing the city. I've now completed all the mainline inFamous games. I can go back and replay each game with the opposite moral choice and then I could as play the standalone DLC for inFamous 2 and Second Son. I hope Sucker Punch continues the series on PS5 and beyond. It's a real gem. With great power...

As someone who has yet to play any game in the series, do you recommend playing them in order or should I start with Second Son?

Second Son is the most fun and polished game in the series. It is pretty much standalone and has little connection with the previous games story wise.

I'd definitely recommend playing it even if you haven't played the first 2. The older games are still fun but they will seem more outdated after playing Second Son.



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Virtua Tennis 3 - 6/10

Fight'N Rage - 9/10

Streets of Rage 4 Mr. X Nightmare - 7/10

Double Dragon Neon - 5/10

The Ninja Saviors - 7/10

Mario Kart 8 Deluxe - 9/10

Dragon Ball Z Sagas - 3/10

Starsky and Hutch - 5/10

Sega Soccer Slam - 6/10

Tales of Eternia - 5/10

Atelier Iris 2 - 7/10

Mana Khemia 2 (Ulrika playthrough) - 9/10



Something a bit shorter to add to the list this time.

Finished Games:

  1. Luigi's Mansion (Switch) My Rating: 8/10
    • Played through this game with my fiancée. Not sure if I would have liked it as much playing by myself, but in co-op it was a lot of fun. Not among the console's best games, but certainly enjoyable nonetheless.
  2. Super Mario Odyssey (Switch) My Rating: 9/10
    • I actually finished this game last year, but I realized I forgot to put it in last year's list, so it's here now. It's great. Probably the best 3D Mario game ever, or at least very close to it.
  3. Valkyria Chronicles 4 (PS4) My Rating: 9/10
    • An absolutely brilliant tactical RPG. Likely the first game I've beaten this year that'll end up in my top 50 list of all time at the end of the year. It's not quite as good as the first game in the series, but it's not far off.
  4. The Last of Us Part II (PS4) My Rating: 9/10
    • Pretty much just flew through this one in less than a week, which considering my work schedule is almost unheard these days. An excellent game. Not sure whether I like this or the first game more. The rating might even go up once I've had some time to think on it, and now that I have finally played it I still have no idea what some people's problem with the game was, outside of the obvious idiots getting angry at game having a diverse cast. Regardless, this is another game that's likely going to end up in my top 50 at the end of the year.
  5. Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4) My Rating: 9.5/10
    • Because of Forbidden West's impending release I wanted to go back and replay Zero Dawn, just to remind myself of the story and characters. Since that first playthrough I've considered Zero Dawn to be the best open world game of all time, and not much changed on my second go-around. The story, world, character, gameplay, visuals and music are all still amazing, and the only issues I have with the game are minor ones, like the inventory space being a bit too small for my liking. 
  6. Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age (PS4) My Rating: 8/10
    • Or the game that just never ends. I liked DQXI quite a lot, though it is not without its issues. The main character has about as much emotional depth as a plank of wood, which ends up hurting some otherwise very well done emotional moments with the other characters. The game also has an unfortunate tendency to stretch things needlessly to pad the run time. The music was quite forgettable as well. However, otherwise this is still a quality JRPG, but not one I'll probably be returning to in the future.  
  7. Elden Ring (PS4) My Rating: 10/10
    • An absolutely exceptional game, and unless something truly incredible comes out, likely going to end up as my game of the year and very high on my all-time favourite games list as well. The gameplay, the world itself, the story behind the events of the game, the sheer amount of engaging and interesting stuff to do and find in The Lands Between, the visual design, music, and so many other things about Elden Ring are simply impeccable. It's not quite a perfect game, not that there is such a thing, but there are a few minor negatives as well. One of the late game areas is ridiculously frustrating, couple of the optional dungeons aren't very fun, and a few of the bosses in the end-game feel a bit unfair at times. Overall, this is still without question the best open world game I've ever played. 
  8. Ara Fell: Definitive Edition (PC) My Rating: 7.5/10
    • A fun, light love letter to 16-bit JRPGs of old with a good story and characters, interesting setting, very good music, and a beautiful old-school visual style. For the roughly 16 hours I spent playing through it, I very much enjoyed Ara Fell. The normal battles do start getting a bit tiresome by the last quarter of the game once I had unlocked all the skill upgrades, but other than that I don't really have any major issues with it. Check it out if old-school JRPGs are your thing.

Currently Playing:

  1. Spiritfarer (PS4)
  2. Stardew Valley (PC)


It took me time, but I'm finally gaining momentum in advancing with some of my current games. Hope I can complete a few more before July destroy my will to continue with the backlog.

Finished games :

- Kirby and the Forgotten Land (NS)

- Disco Elysium (NS)

Currently in the making :

- Shin Megami Tensei V (NS)

- Triangle Strategy (NS)

- Radiant Historia : Perfect Chronology (3DS)

- Etrian Odyssey IV (3DS)

- Monster Hunter Stories 2 (NS)

- Professor Layton and the Unwound Future (DS)



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The Fury said:

Update on my list, games beaten.

KH2 FM, KH: BBS FM, Hades - Plat earned, KH: DDD HD, Haven, KH 0.2BSB, KH3 (Just yesterday).

... kinda thinking "now what?" 

UPDATE:

Cyberpunk 2077 - Although still playing, getting some trophies and doing some side missions but finished the story once.

Skyrim - Had another play through.

Streets of Rage 4 - Story, well off trophies and stuff.

Slay the Spire - PS version, already had it on PC, just playing through PS from PS+, not sure if it is a game you can be but got the ending for the 3 main character (Watcher I just don't get).



Hmm, pie.

Finished Games:

  1. Luigi's Mansion (Switch) My Rating: 8/10
    • Played through this game with my fiancée. Not sure if I would have liked it as much playing by myself, but in co-op it was a lot of fun. Not among the console's best games, but certainly enjoyable nonetheless.
  2. Super Mario Odyssey (Switch) My Rating: 9/10
    • I actually finished this game last year, but I realized I forgot to put it in last year's list, so it's here now. It's great. Probably the best 3D Mario game ever, or at least very close to it.
  3. Valkyria Chronicles 4 (PS4) My Rating: 9/10
    • An absolutely brilliant tactical RPG. Likely the first game I've beaten this year that'll end up in my top 50 list of all time at the end of the year. It's not quite as good as the first game in the series, but it's not far off.
  4. The Last of Us Part II (PS4) My Rating: 9/10
    • Pretty much just flew through this one in less than a week, which considering my work schedule is almost unheard these days. An excellent game. Not sure whether I like this or the first game more. The rating might even go up once I've had some time to think on it, and now that I have finally played it I still have no idea what some people's problem with the game was, outside of the obvious idiots getting angry at game having a diverse cast. Regardless, this is another game that's likely going to end up in my top 50 at the end of the year.
  5. Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4) My Rating: 9.5/10
    • Because of Forbidden West's impending release I wanted to go back and replay Zero Dawn, just to remind myself of the story and characters. Since that first playthrough I've considered Zero Dawn to be the best open world game of all time, and not much changed on my second go-around. The story, world, character, gameplay, visuals and music are all still amazing, and the only issues I have with the game are minor ones, like the inventory space being a bit too small for my liking. 
  6. Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age (PS4) My Rating: 8/10
    • Or the game that just never ends. I liked DQXI quite a lot, though it is not without its issues. The main character has about as much emotional depth as a plank of wood, which ends up hurting some otherwise very well done emotional moments with the other characters. The game also has an unfortunate tendency to stretch things needlessly to pad the run time. The music was quite forgettable as well. However, otherwise this is still a quality JRPG, but not one I'll probably be returning to in the future.  
  7. Elden Ring (PS4) My Rating: 10/10
    • An absolutely exceptional game, and unless something truly incredible comes out, likely going to end up as my game of the year and very high on my all-time favourite games list as well. The gameplay, the world itself, the story behind the events of the game, the sheer amount of engaging and interesting stuff to do and find in The Lands Between, the visual design, music, and so many other things about Elden Ring are simply impeccable. It's not quite a perfect game, not that there is such a thing, but there are a few minor negatives as well. One of the late game areas is ridiculously frustrating, couple of the optional dungeons aren't very fun, and a few of the bosses in the end-game feel a bit unfair at times. Overall, this is still without question the best open world game I've ever played. 
  8. Ara Fell: Definitive Edition (PC) My Rating: 7.5/10
    • A fun, light love letter to 16-bit JRPGs of old with a good story and characters, interesting setting, very good music, and a beautiful old-school visual style. For the roughly 16 hours I spent playing through it, I very much enjoyed Ara Fell. The normal battles do start getting a bit tiresome by the last quarter of the game once I had unlocked all the skill upgrades, but other than that I don't really have any major issues with it. Check it out if old-school JRPGs are your thing.
  9. Lara Croft Go (PC) My Rating: 7.5/10
    • Needed something different after so many huge games and JRPGs. It had been a while since I'd played any puzzle games, and Lara Croft Go was on sale, so I bought and played through it over the last week. Just a well-designed, fairly short puzzle game with a Tomb Raider skin slapped on top. The difficulty curve is a bit all over the place, but otherwise I have no major issues with the game.

Currently Playing:

  1. Spiritfarer (PS4)
  2. Stardew Valley (PC)
  3. Cris Tales (PC)
  4. Hue (PC)