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Re: Games Beaten 2013

by Fragems Sun Sep 08, 2013 8:06 pm

Games Beaten 2013
1. BF3(PC)
2. Driver San Fransisco(PC)
3. Inversion(PC)
4. Xcom Enemy Unknown(PC)
5. Lord of the Rings War In the North(PC)
6. Deponia(PC)
7. Medal of Honor(PC)
8. Medal of Honor: Warfigther(PC) AKA Door Breach SIM 2012
9. Kingdom Hearts(PS2) 5/26/13
10. Where's Waldo(NES) 6/2/13
11. Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3(360) 6/16/13
12. Airlock(Atari 2600) 6/20/13
13. Adventure(Atari 2600) 7/1/13
14. Eco Fighters(PSP Capcom Classics Collection Reloaded) 7/5/13
15. The Last of Us(PS3) 7/10/13
16. Bioshock Infinite(PS3) 7/19/13
17. Star Ocean First Departure(PSP) 8/8/13
18. Bionic Commando(PSP Capcom Classics Collection Remixed) 8/8/13
19. Captain Commando(PSP Capcom Classics Collection Remixed) 8/12/13
20. Vanquish(360) 9/6/13
21. Quantum Theory(360) 9/8/13

Quantum Theory was interesting to say the least. Was a very generic 3rd person shooter with a pretty crazy story. The game had a huge flaw though the aiming was very poorly done there was no reticule unless you aimed the gun which caused you to almost stand still. Plus without auto lock on it was nearly impossible to hit a moving target.

The companion system was pretty cool though with the ability to toss your partner across the map to perform a melee kill and perform combination melee attacks if you could get the timing down.

Overall I would give it a 4/10. Definitely a title which could have used some more work just functional enough to be enjoyable but with pretty constant annoying flaw.
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Re: Games Beaten 2013

by Xeogred Sun Sep 08, 2013 11:15 pm

Dude you deserve a medal for beating that game. I played the demo... it definitely felt like potential top 10 WORST of this gen hands down. Controls, graphics, absolutely everything was crazy bad.
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Re: Games Beaten 2013

by Fragems Mon Sep 09, 2013 12:54 am

Xeogred wrote:Dude you deserve a medal for beating that game. I played the demo... it definitely felt like potential top 10 WORST of this gen hands down. Controls, graphics, absolutely everything was crazy bad.


The story actually got a quite a bit better towards the end and there were a few good boss fights.

Although I do have to say the game play itself was generic as hell basically enter a room fight a few waves of enemies move to the next room rinse and repeat.

The aiming system is what killed the game though. It took a lot of getting used and hopefully my overall skill has improved thanks to the precision I had to pick up in order to survive :P. However it was by far the worst aim system I have ever seen in a third person shooter. With a mouse & keyboard it might have been better but with thumb sticks it was insane.

Also played it through because I figured I would be one of the few players who did lol. Most people would have stopped 2-3 levels in.
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Re: Games Beaten 2013

by Ack Mon Sep 09, 2013 11:27 am

1-50
1. Sniper Elite V2 (PS3)(TPS)
2. Teen Agent (PC)(Point and Click Adventure)
3. Alpha Protocol (PS3)(RPG)
4. Beneath A Steel Sky (PC)(Point and Click Adventure)
5. Imscared - A Pixelated Nightmare (PC)(Horror)
6. Ys III: Wanderers from Ys (SNES)(RPG)
7. Celestial Mechanica (PC)(Platformer)
8. Gravity Bone (PC)(First Person Adventure)
9. Secret of Mana (SNES)(RPG)
10. Lure of the Temptress (PC)(Point and Click Adventure)
11. Mario's Early Years: Fun With Numbers (SNES)(Edutainment)
12. CoD of Duty (PC)(FPS)
13. The Bard's Tale (PS2)(RPG)
14. The Great Circus Mystery, Starring Mickey and Minnie (SNES)(Platformer)
15. Deus Ex (PC)(FPS)
16. The King of the Wood (PC)(FPS)
17. Shadows of the Damned (PS3)(Horror Adventure)
18. Chuck Rock (SNES)(Platformer)
19. Arcana (SNES)(RPG)
20. Jurassic Park (SNES)(Action-Adventure)
21. Brawl Brothers (SNES)(Beat 'Em Up)
22. Monopoly (SNES)(Boardgame)
23. Dr. Mario (SNES)(Puzzle)
24. Porky Pig's Haunted Holiday (SNES)(Platformer)
25. Breath of Fire (SNES)(RPG)
26. The Death and Return of Superman (SNES)(Beat 'Em Up)
27. Battle Blaze (SNES)(Fighting)
28. Todd McFarlane's Spawn: The Video Game (SNES)(Action-Adventure)
29. Mario's Early Years: Fun With Letters (SNES)(Edutainment)
30. Dwarfs!? (PC)(I have no idea)
31. Super Adventure Island (SNES)(Platformer)
32. Batman Returns (SNES)(Beat 'Em Up)
33. Pit-Fighter (SNES)(Fighting)
34. Lester the Unlikely (SNES)(Platformer)
35. Killing Floor (PC)(FPS)
36. Dungeons of Dredmor (PC)(RPG)
37. The 7th Saga (SNES)(RPG)
38. Donkey Kong Country (SNES)(Platformer)
39. Super Mario Bros. 3, via Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World (SNES)(Platformer)
40. Sunset Riders (Arcade)(Run and Gun)
41. Battle Circuit (Arcade)(Beat 'Em Up)
42. Monster Maulers (Arcade)(Boss Rush Fighter)
43. Metamoqester (Arcade)(Boss Rush Fighter)
44. Ninja Baseball Batman (Arcade)(Beat 'Em Up)
45. Alien vs. Predator (Arcade)(Beat 'Em Up)
46. Sunset Riders (SNES)(Run and Gun)
47. Chrono Trigger (SNES)(RPG)
48. Star Fox (SNES)(Rail Shooter)
49. Brutal: Paws of Fury (SNES)(Fighting)
50. Ultraman: Towards the Future (SNES)(Fighting)

51. The Binding of Isaac (PC)(Adventure)
52. DLC Quest (PC)(Platformer)
53. DLC Quest: Live Freemium or Die (PC)(Platformer)
54. Hotline Miami (PC)(Beat 'Em Up)
55. Anodyne (PC)(Adventure)
56. Scribblenauts Unlimited (PC)(Puzzle)
57. Puzzler World (PC)(Puzzle)
58. Half-Life 2: Episode 1 (PC)(FPS)
59. Cave Story+ (PC)(Adventure)
60. Duke Nukem 3D Megaton Edition (PC)(FPS)
61. Duke Nukem 3D: Duke It Out in DC (PC)(FPS)
62. Duke Nukem 3D: Life's a Beach (PC)(FPS)
63. Duke Nukem 3D: Nuclear Winter (PC)(FPS)
64. Dead Pixels (PC)(Run and Gun)
65. Rogue Legacy (PC)(Roguelike Platformer)
66. Doomsday Warrior (SNES)(Fighting)


Rogue Legacy is awesome! It's a metroidvania-style platformer with a randomized dungeon in which you play a series of individuals trying to defeat the evil lord of a castle. The kicker is, each time you die, you pick from one of three descendents and continue the fight as a new generation. Each character will have a different class or magic attack, but they also suffer from generational issues: one character may have an eidetic memory to enable them to remember enemy locations in a room, while another may have dyslexia, or be bald, or suffer from alzheimers, or irritable bowel syndrome. Not all the effects are negative even if they might seem so, such as being OCD (causes you to gain mana by destroying things). After death, each new generation takes the money earned in the previous run and uses it to purchase upgrades for the family mansion or new equipment. And then it's off to try again, with Charon taking all of your cash to enter the dungeon for a new run.

And while the game is initially challenging, it becomes steadily easier. To make up for this, each time you beat the game unlocks a new New Game+, which replaces enemy types with the next tier (of which there are 3), and increases their level to give them more health and higher damage. I'm currently on the New Game+3, so enemies are all top tier and very high level, making it easier for me to just rush through to the bosses as opposed to actually fighting my way through each section of the dungeon. It's also worth more money to kill bosses anyway.

Doomsday Warrior I beat some time ago but never added to the list because I forgot about it. And I forgot about it because I didn't think the game was very good. As a fan of fighting games, I dislike its controls, but I particularly dislike its leveling system: the amount of points you gain is based entirely on the amount of health you have after each round, so the worse you do in a round, the worse you do overall. I dislike this system because it serves as a very rigid learning curve for new players. And once you beat an opponent, you cannot fight them again, meaning if you repeatedly screw up, you'll have to fight the final boss with pathetic stats. In my opinion, the game Power Moves handled skill progression much better on the SNES (though it's not a great game either).

Now there are some things I do like about Doomsday Warrior: it captures some of that post-apocalyptic feel of series like Fist of the North Star or Mad Max. And the throws are spectacular in their visual design. Enemy designs are also varied, with the exception of two characters who serve the generic Ryu/Ken role. That said, I wouldn't recommend this game except to those SNES fighter fans who have already exhausted a large list of other fighters on the console but who don't want to sink to the likes of Street Combat, Pit-Fighter, or Ultraman.
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Re: Games Beaten 2013

by Stark Mon Sep 09, 2013 2:46 pm

Really excited to try out Rogue Legacy one of these days. Sounds so good!
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Re: Games Beaten 2013

by Ack Mon Sep 09, 2013 2:50 pm

Stark wrote:Really excited to try out Rogue Legacy one of these days. Sounds so good!


It is absolutely excellent and completely worth paying $15 for. I recommend it.
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Re: Games Beaten 2013

by Ack Wed Sep 11, 2013 8:27 pm

1-50
1. Sniper Elite V2 (PS3)(TPS)
2. Teen Agent (PC)(Point and Click Adventure)
3. Alpha Protocol (PS3)(RPG)
4. Beneath A Steel Sky (PC)(Point and Click Adventure)
5. Imscared - A Pixelated Nightmare (PC)(Horror)
6. Ys III: Wanderers from Ys (SNES)(RPG)
7. Celestial Mechanica (PC)(Platformer)
8. Gravity Bone (PC)(First Person Adventure)
9. Secret of Mana (SNES)(RPG)
10. Lure of the Temptress (PC)(Point and Click Adventure)
11. Mario's Early Years: Fun With Numbers (SNES)(Edutainment)
12. CoD of Duty (PC)(FPS)
13. The Bard's Tale (PS2)(RPG)
14. The Great Circus Mystery, Starring Mickey and Minnie (SNES)(Platformer)
15. Deus Ex (PC)(FPS)
16. The King of the Wood (PC)(FPS)
17. Shadows of the Damned (PS3)(Horror Adventure)
18. Chuck Rock (SNES)(Platformer)
19. Arcana (SNES)(RPG)
20. Jurassic Park (SNES)(Action-Adventure)
21. Brawl Brothers (SNES)(Beat 'Em Up)
22. Monopoly (SNES)(Boardgame)
23. Dr. Mario (SNES)(Puzzle)
24. Porky Pig's Haunted Holiday (SNES)(Platformer)
25. Breath of Fire (SNES)(RPG)
26. The Death and Return of Superman (SNES)(Beat 'Em Up)
27. Battle Blaze (SNES)(Fighting)
28. Todd McFarlane's Spawn: The Video Game (SNES)(Action-Adventure)
29. Mario's Early Years: Fun With Letters (SNES)(Edutainment)
30. Dwarfs!? (PC)(I have no idea)
31. Super Adventure Island (SNES)(Platformer)
32. Batman Returns (SNES)(Beat 'Em Up)
33. Pit-Fighter (SNES)(Fighting)
34. Lester the Unlikely (SNES)(Platformer)
35. Killing Floor (PC)(FPS)
36. Dungeons of Dredmor (PC)(RPG)
37. The 7th Saga (SNES)(RPG)
38. Donkey Kong Country (SNES)(Platformer)
39. Super Mario Bros. 3, via Super Mario All-Stars + Super Mario World (SNES)(Platformer)
40. Sunset Riders (Arcade)(Run and Gun)
41. Battle Circuit (Arcade)(Beat 'Em Up)
42. Monster Maulers (Arcade)(Boss Rush Fighter)
43. Metamoqester (Arcade)(Boss Rush Fighter)
44. Ninja Baseball Batman (Arcade)(Beat 'Em Up)
45. Alien vs. Predator (Arcade)(Beat 'Em Up)
46. Sunset Riders (SNES)(Run and Gun)
47. Chrono Trigger (SNES)(RPG)
48. Star Fox (SNES)(Rail Shooter)
49. Brutal: Paws of Fury (SNES)(Fighting)
50. Ultraman: Towards the Future (SNES)(Fighting)

51. The Binding of Isaac (PC)(Adventure)
52. DLC Quest (PC)(Platformer)
53. DLC Quest: Live Freemium or Die (PC)(Platformer)
54. Hotline Miami (PC)(Beat 'Em Up)
55. Anodyne (PC)(Adventure)
56. Scribblenauts Unlimited (PC)(Puzzle)
57. Puzzler World (PC)(Puzzle)
58. Half-Life 2: Episode 1 (PC)(FPS)
59. Cave Story+ (PC)(Adventure)
60. Duke Nukem 3D Megaton Edition (PC)(FPS)
61. Duke Nukem 3D: Duke It Out in DC (PC)(FPS)
62. Duke Nukem 3D: Life's a Beach (PC)(FPS)
63. Duke Nukem 3D: Nuclear Winter (PC)(FPS)
64. Dead Pixels (PC)(Run and Gun)
65. Rogue Legacy (PC)(Roguelike Platformer)
66. Doomsday Warrior (SNES)(Fighting)
67. Ultimate Fighter (SNES)(Beat 'Em Up)
68. Captain America and the Avengers (SNES)(Beat 'Em Up)
69. Jeopardy! Deluxe Edition (SNES)(Game Show Simulator)


I dislike double posting, but it's been several days, so I figured I might as well. I've beaten three games in the meantime.

Ultimate Fighter is a Western localized version of a Hiryu no Ken game. It's got some issues(the plot makes little sense, there are some cheap segments, and controls weren't responsive), but the amount of content really helps to make up for this: there's the Story mode, a Beat 'Em Up which includes numerous boss fights in a pseudo-fighting game style, along with an actual fighting game mode which lets players pick from any of the main characters and bosses. Unfortunately the controls are limited to the Beat 'Em Up's punch/kick/jump standard, but there are some interesting moves hidden in there. And I really liked the animation, particularly when knocking people out of bounds in several fights which involve an MMA ring. The series has unfortunately been butchered in its various appearances over here, and I'd rather point people to Flying Dragon on the Nintendo 64, but if you've exhausted all the good fighters and beat 'em ups, this title might interest you solely for the series it comes from.

Captain America & The Avengers, on the other hand...I love the property. I love the characters and cameos, I love the mix of beat 'em up and hori shmup in the various levels, I really love the limited voicework, especially 'AMERICA STILL NEEDS YOUR HELP' between each level, and the comic panels are an excellent touch. Unfortunately the enemies are cheap, and the game is brutally hard as a result. I developed some interesting tactics based on the four lead characters and their respective strengths, but I really don't want to recommend this game to anyone. I've heard that the Genesis version beats the SNES version in several categories (more voicework, better colors, more lives), though I don't know if it helps to lessen the challenge or how deep the differences go.

And then there is Jeopardy! Deluxe Edition. Well, it's Jeopardy, though the answering is all done through text, which hinders the experience since a single missed letter (accidentally putting a 'B' instead of an 'A' for instance) will screw you up. And with words that get strange with punctuation (such as the Tam o' Shanter hat), things can be interesting. As far as game show-based video games are concerned, I prefer this one to Wheel of Fortune, though it's not a very high bar. Gotta love that classic Jeopardy! theme though.
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Re: Games Beaten 2013

by Xeogred Wed Sep 11, 2013 10:45 pm

1. Bare Knuckle III (Genesis)
2. Megaman 5* (PS2)
3. Final Fight 2 (SNES)
4. Final Fight 3 (SNES)
5. Bloody Roar (PSX)
6. Bloody Roar 2 (PSX)
7. Megaman 6* (PS2)
8. Nier (PS3)
9. Final Fight Double Impact (Guy)
10. Devil May Cry HD (PS3)
11. Dead Space 3 (360)
12. Devil May Cry 2 HD (PS3)
13. Dead Space* (360)
14. Dead Space 2 (360)
15. Bioshock Infinite (360)
16. Doom 3* BFG Edition + RoE + Lost Mission (360)
17. Lost Odyssey (360)
18. FEAR 2* (360)
19. Sonic CD* (PS3)
20. Resident Evil 4* HD (PS3)
21. The Darkness II (360)
22. Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon (360)
23. Skyrim (360)
24. Metal Gear Solid 2* HD (PS3)
25. Metal Gear Solid Peace Walker HD (PS3)
26. Metal Gear Solid 3* HD (PS3)
27. Metal Gear Solid 4 (PS3)
28. Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (PS3)
29. Zone of the Enders HD (PS3)
30. Devil May Cry 3 HD (PS3)
31. Devil May Cry 3 HD [PLATINUM] (PS3)
32. Onimusha Warlords (PS2)
33. Asura's Wrath (PS3)
34. Ratchet & Clank HD (PS3)
35. Sly Cooper HD (PS3)
36. Onimusha 2: Samurai's Destiny* (PS2)
37. Devil May Cry 4* (PS3)

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Wonder if ds will see this.

Continuing my DMC marathon this year, finally got around to replaying DMC4 which I haven't played since it was new. Played the heck of it back then, beat all the difficulties, cleared the Bloody Palace, etc. Good fun. It was actually a pretty random buy/play for me, I can't even remember how I got around to it. But I went in pretty much knowing nothing and I'd say it was one of the best blind plays ever for me.

Now that I've rightfully played the entire series in order though, I think I can finally order them. First and foremost... DMC4 is still awesome, but coming out of DMC1 and DMC3, it's clear as day that it sacrificed a lot for some bad stuff. bruno also corrected me recently in some talk about the series that Kamiya actually only had involvement with the first game, some other guy did DMC2-DMC4. Now this is odd, because DMC4 reminded me of practically everything you see in Bayonetta (which I'm not a fan of), which Kamiya was heavily involved with. Did DMC4 influence him...too much? Perhaps.

Way too many cutscenes and the story is awful. Cutscene skipping bad. Still kind of fun-bad at times, but now that I've seen the other games, these characters are just terrible (the scientist/bug guy, the main villain, etc). I also hate when sequels take the scope of the plot up 1,000 notches, suddenly this Pope is taking over the world and cities are in chaos, etc. That would have happened in the other games, but the story was isolated between Dante and his foes. The whole world wasn't involved quite yet and it wasn't that over the top and too much. Trish was also annoying, her voice sucked, not sure what it was but yikes. Came off as a bad Ada Wong to me. Iit would have been cooler to see Lady more involved here.

The best parts are obviously with Dante, but his involvement in the whole story is sidelined too much by Nero. He's obviously the main, but still you're playing as Dante through half the game, so it's just weird how they handled it.

I didn't care about the backtracking, but fighting the bosses multiple times this time around got old pretty quick. First as Nero, then Dante, then again as Nero for the boss rush at the end. And there's only a few bosses, that aren't nearly as fun as the ones in DMC3.

That's basically it... I can forgive the terribleness to the story, but it's obvious that it's so bloated they probably could have put a lot more time into more levels/bosses and such instead.

I think I'd rate them like this:

DMC1 - 10
DMC2 - 5
DMC3 - 10
DMC4 - 7

Really can't decide between 1 and 3. If I try and can platinum 1 though, maybe I'll have a better opinion by then. I like the atmosphere and tone to that one the most, topped off with the music, and everything, but DMC3 has perfected gameplay and Vergil was a huge highlight. Best action games ever.
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Re: Games Beaten 2013

by dsheinem Thu Sep 12, 2013 5:48 am

Xeogred wrote:Wonder if ds will see this.


Yup, I see it. You are probably marginally more generous to DMC4 than I am, but I haven't played it in a long time. I'd probably rank them more like

1 - 9
2 - 5
3 - 10
4 - 6
DMC - 8

those are relative to one another, not to all games (e.g. DMC4 might reasonably be a 7.5 or 8/10 as a "review score", but not compared to other DMC games)

So, obviously, you now need to play the new one. :lol:
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Re: Games Beaten 2013

by NihonRobot Thu Sep 12, 2013 10:27 pm

1-25
1. Liberation Maiden (3DS) - 1/6
2. Dead Space (360) - 1/11
3. Anarchy Reigns (360) - 1/13
4. Dead Space 2 (360) - 1/17
5. Dead Space 2: Severed DLC (360) - 1/17
6. DmC Devil May Cry (360) - 1/22
7. Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch (PS3) - ⅖
8. CoD of Duty (Web) - 2/7
9. Dragon's Dogma (360) - 2/12
10. Medal of Honor: Warfighter (360) - 2/13
11. Dead Space 3 (360) - 2/18
12. Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (360) - ⅗
13. Sonic the Fighters (XBLA) - 3/10
14. Tomb Raider (360) - 3/12
15. Ridiculous Fishing (iOS) - 3/17
16. Bioshock Infinite (Steam) - 4/7
17. Trials Evolution (XBLA) - 4/9
18. Bit.Trip Presents... Runner 2: Future Legend of Rhythm Alien (XBLA) - 4/15
19. Injustice: Gods Among Us (360) - 4/16
20. BattleBlock Theater (XBLA) - 4/21
21. Guacamelee! (Vita) - 4/21
22. Surgeon Simulator 2013 (Steam) - 5/3
23. Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon (XBLA) - 5/4
24. Thomas Was Alone (Vita) - 5/11
25. The Starship Damrey (3DS) - 5/19

26. Stuntman: Ignition (360) - 5/22
27. Need for Speed: Hot Pursuit (360) - 5/26
28. Call of Juarez: Gunslinger (Steam) - 5/31
29. Resident Evil: Revelations (360) - 6/3
30. Marvel Heroes (Steam) - 6/8
31. The Last Of Us (PS3) - 6/19
32. Dungeons & Dragons: Shadow Over Mystara (XBLA) - 6/23
33. Dungeons & Dragons: Tower of Doom (XBLA) - 6/23
34. Deadpool (360) - 6/27
35. Attack of the Friday Monsters (3DS) - 7/26
36. Bleed (Steam) - 7/26
37. The Swapper (Steam) - 7/28
38. PICROSS e (3DS) - 8/15
39. Icarus Proudbottom Teaches Typing (Web) - 8/15
40. Final Fantasy VII (Steam) - 8/15
41. SteamWorld Dig (3DS) - 8/22
42. Saint’s Row IV (Steam) - 8/28
43. Gone Home (Steam) - 9/12

I'm sure everyone has heard how great Gone Home is by now, and I don't really want to spoil the magic of discovery, so I'm not going to say a lot about this one.

I spent most of the game spooked because a giant, creaky, empty house during a thunderstorm freaks me out. But really it's a well-written story about coming of age and family relationships told through notes, invoices, letters and pamphlets from the year while your character was abroad.

And that's all I'm going to say. It only took me about 2 hours to get through and I really enjoyed it.
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