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Re: Games Beaten 2016

Posted: Tue Sep 06, 2016 10:37 am
by noiseredux
prfsnl_gmr wrote:references to classic games ... A Nightmare on Elm Street,


plz elaborate?

Re: Games Beaten 2016

Posted: Tue Sep 06, 2016 10:39 am
by prfsnl_gmr
noiseredux wrote:
prfsnl_gmr wrote:references to classic games ... A Nightmare on Elm Street,


plz elaborate?


Here you go!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GBoA9BnJdJQ

Re: Games Beaten 2016

Posted: Tue Sep 06, 2016 9:37 pm
by noiseredux
1. The Match Of The Millennium (NGPC)
2. Pocket Tennis Color (NGPC)
3. XCOM 2 (PC)
4. Street Fighter V (PC)
5. Spelunky (PC)
6. Gone Home (PC)
7. Day Of The Tentacle Remastered (PC)
8. Heroes Of The Storm (PC)
9. The Elder Scrolls Legends (PC)
10. Land's End (GearVR)
11. Hearthstone: League Of Explorers (PC)
12. Metal Slug (PC)
13. Broforce (PC)
14. Metal Slug X (PC)
15. Hearthstone: One Night In Karazhan (PC)
16. The Secret Of Monkey Island Special Edition (PC)

I've beaten Monkey Island in the past, but never played the SE. It is fantastic. A longer write-up will be on my site when I have time.

Re: Games Beaten 2016

Posted: Tue Sep 06, 2016 10:37 pm
by noiseredux
1. The Match Of The Millennium (NGPC)
2. Pocket Tennis Color (NGPC)
3. XCOM 2 (PC)
4. Street Fighter V (PC)
5. Spelunky (PC)
6. Gone Home (PC)
7. Day Of The Tentacle Remastered (PC)
8. Heroes Of The Storm (PC)
9. The Elder Scrolls Legends (PC)
10. Land's End (GearVR)
11. Hearthstone: League Of Explorers (PC)
12. Metal Slug (PC)
13. Broforce (PC)
14. Metal Slug X (PC)
15. Hearthstone: One Night In Karazhan (PC)
16. The Secret Of Monkey Island Special Edition (PC)
17. The Stanley Parable (PC)

double post. Sorry.

The Stanley Parable is a short game with a bunch of different endings. I got the achievement for beating it a while ago but kept playing to see more. It is fascinating and I still don't know that I've seen everything. It is a total meta mindfuck and I think it's pretty brilliant. I'll probably keep playing it.

The options screen alone made me literally (like, literally literally) LOL.

Re: Games Beaten 2016

Posted: Tue Sep 06, 2016 11:46 pm
by MrPopo
First 50:
1. Oni - PC
2. Donkey Kong 64 - N64
3. Yoshi's Story - N64
4. Neverwinter Nights: Shadows of Undrentide - PC
5. Forsaken 64 - N64
6. Bloodrayne: Betrayal - PSN
7. Fire Emblem Seisen no Keifu - SNES
8. Fire Emblem Shin Monshō no Nazo: Hikari to Kage no Eiyū - Nintendo DS
9. Valkyria Chronicles 3 - PSP
10. Ready 2 Rumble Boxing - DC
11. Rise of the Tomb Raider - PC
12. XCOM 2 - PC
13. Shadowrun Hong Kong Bonus Campaign - PC
14. Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest - 3DS
15. Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright - 3DS
16. Lagrange Point - NES
17. Fire Emblem Fates: Revelations - 3DS
18. Cybernator - SNES
19. Outwars - PC
20. Resident Evil - GC
21. Resident Evil 2 - GC
22. Resident Evil 3 - GC
23. Resident Evil Code Veronica X - GC
24. Dino Crisis - PSX
25. Resident Evil 5 - PC
26. Dark Souls 3 - PS4
27. The Banner Saga 2 - PC
28. Bravely Second - 3DS
29. Star Fox Zero - Wii U
30. Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - PC
31. Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Winter Assault - PC
32. Doom (2016) - PC
33. Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Dark Crusade - PC
34. Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War - Soulstorm - PC
35. Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine - PC
36. Doom 64 - N64
37. Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - PC
38. Super Empire Strikes Back - SNES
39. Might & Magic 3 - Isles of Terra - PC
40. Mirror's Edge Catalyst - PC
41. Sonic 2 - Genesis
42. Resident Evil Revelations - PC
43. Resident Evil Revelations 2 - PC
44. Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE - Wii U
45. Kirby: Planet Robobot
46. Sin: Wages of Sin - PC
47. Torchlight II - PC
48. Star Ocean: Integrity & Faithlessness - PS4
49. Axiom Verge - PS4
50. Shadow Complex Remastered - PS4

51. Ori and the Blind Forest - Xbox One
52. AM2R - PC
53. Total Annihilation - PC
54. I Am Setsuna - PS4
55. Planetary Annihilation Titans - PC
56. Deus Ex: Mankind Divided - PC
57. Dark Reign - Rise of the Shadowhand - PC
58. Dragon Age Inquisition - Jaws of Hakkon - PC
59. Dragon Age Inquisition - The Descent - PC
60. Dragon Age Inquisition - Trespasser - PC
61. The Witcher 3 - Hearts of Stone - PC

Continuing my quest to beat story DLC for RPGs I finished a while ago, here comes the first of the two major Witcher 3 DLCs. Both are intended for high level characters that have probably beaten the game, though you do have the option of starting a game already leveled to the appropriate point with gear to match in order to jump to the DLC right away. I have no idea if that lets you do any of the other quest stuff; I already had my end game save available and just used that.

Hearts of Stone starts with Geralt getting a contract to take out a monster in the sewers. Unfortunately, upon striking the killing blow you find out the monster was actually a cursed prince of a foreign land, and his guards who were searching for him show up just as he expires. You get taken in chains aboard their ship to a scheduled execution, but you are bailed out by a mysterious stranger, for a price. Your face gets branded as a sign of the contract, and the rest of the DLC is repaying that price.

Something that I really like about the Witcher games is that it's not just mindless hack and slash. Sure, there's a lot of combat, but just as much comes down to the dialog choices you make and the care you show in investigating things. Geralt is not a mindless killer, but a hunter, and it shows. Hell, one of the major branches of the main quest is to attend a wedding. The story has a good amount of depth to it; you'll probably figure out the major beats before the end, but the nuances are still really good. The whole thing takes about 10ish hours. There's also a few sidequests that you'll come upon during the course of following the main quest. They're all fairly minor diversions, though one explores some more of the overall storyline of the trilogy (specifically, calling back to the events of the first game).

Recommended.

Re: Games Beaten 2016

Posted: Wed Sep 07, 2016 12:18 am
by Flake
3/19: Sonic Generations (3DS)
3/22: Sonic Colors (Wii)
4/10: Sonic Adventure DX (GCN)
4/17: Knuckles in Sonic 2 (SG/WiiVC)
6/15: Disgaea: Afternoon of Darkness (PSP/PSTV)
8/4: Metal Slug (Arcade/PS4)
8/5: Metal Slug 2 (Arcade/PS4)
8/5: Metal Slug X (Arcade/PS4)
8/5: Metal Slug 3 (Arcade/PS4)
8/22: Megaman X (SNES/GCN)
8/29: Megaman X2 (SNES/GCN)
9/3: Megaman X3 (SNES/GCN)
9/3: Megaman X4 (PSX/GCN)
9/4: Megaman X5 (PSX/GCN)
9/5: Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo (PSN/PS3)
9/6: Street Fighter V (PS4)


Taking a quick break from my Megaman X marathon (still got 3 mainline games, two portables, a remake of the first, and a crappy RPG) to play a game I picked up during PSN's flash sale a week or so ago and a really great fighting game.

I really, really like Super Puzzle Fighter. I think my only beef is that I wish there was more to it! I wish there were story elements or some type of narrative. Also, unlockables. The online for the game is pretty barren by now so the game doesn't give you a lot of incentive to play through solo.

As for the fighting game, I finally 'finished' Street Fighter V. To say that I finished means that I completed the main story, the individual story modes for all characters currently released, and survival mode on standard difficulty for all characters currently released. Between the content yet to be made available and the amount of mileage this game's online competition offers, I see this game getting played at least once a week for quite awhile.

Street Fighter V is what I originally wanted Street Fighter IV to be. When Vanilla Street Fighter IV landed, I was turned off by how disconnected it seemed from the legacy of the series. After waiting so many years, it was important for the story to be fleshed out. But Street Fighter IV did not do much at all to draw a line between Street Fighter II and Street Fighter III.

After a few updates and re-releases, SFIV went in that direction and even began to emphasize SFIV's place in a larger universe by tying it so heavily to Final Fight and introducing some SFIII characters. By then, I had already moved on and never got hooked the way I had wanted to.

Street Fighter V had a rocky release too but I deliberately avoided getting it till the story mode was pushed out - and I am glad I did. Street Fighter V does more than tie Street Fighter II to Street Fighter III. It hearkens back as far as Street Fighter Alpha 2 and never misses an opportunity to re-introduce characters and plot elements from Street Fighter Alpha 3 or Street Fighter III: Second Impact. For a kid who threw many hundreds of quarters into arcade cabinets in the 90s, this is an amazing feeling.

Oh, and Street Fighter V is fun to play. Until I get online and have my face smashed within 20 seconds. That, too, is part of the nostalgia, I guess.

Re: Games Beaten 2016

Posted: Wed Sep 07, 2016 8:09 am
by noiseredux
Flake wrote:I really, really like Super Puzzle Fighter. I think my only beef is that I wish there was more to it! I wish there were story elements or some type of narrative. Also, unlockables. The online for the game is pretty barren by now so the game doesn't give you a lot of incentive to play through solo.


that's because the PSN/XBLA version only has the arcade mode. The PS1/Sat/GBA/PC version has a lot more to do.

Re: Games Beaten 2016

Posted: Wed Sep 07, 2016 12:15 pm
by Stark
noiseredux wrote:17. The Stanley Parable (PC)

double post. Sorry.

The Stanley Parable is a short game with a bunch of different endings. I got the achievement for beating it a while ago but kept playing to see more. It is fascinating and I still don't know that I've seen everything. It is a total meta mindfuck and I think it's pretty brilliant. I'll probably keep playing it.

The options screen alone made me literally (like, literally literally) LOL.

Yeah The Stanley Parable is awesome, hilarious, and just really makes you think. Love it.

Have you played The Beginner's Guide? It is from Davey Wreden one of the guys behind Stanley. I'd like to get to it eventually.

Re: Games Beaten 2016

Posted: Wed Sep 07, 2016 12:20 pm
by dsheinem
Stark wrote:
noiseredux wrote:17. The Stanley Parable (PC)

double post. Sorry.

The Stanley Parable is a short game with a bunch of different endings. I got the achievement for beating it a while ago but kept playing to see more. It is fascinating and I still don't know that I've seen everything. It is a total meta mindfuck and I think it's pretty brilliant. I'll probably keep playing it.

The options screen alone made me literally (like, literally literally) LOL.

Yeah The Stanley Parable is awesome, hilarious, and just really makes you think. Love it.

Have you played The Beginner's Guide? It is from Davey Wreden one of the guys behind Stanley. I'd like to get to it eventually.


In many ways I like TBG better. Well worth the couple of hours it takes to play, and arguably better/more memorable that TSP.

Re: Games Beaten 2016

Posted: Wed Sep 07, 2016 12:58 pm
by noiseredux
heard good things, but haven't played it yet. I actually only finally played this one cuz it was this month's Indie Box release. Came with a mousepad and a tie :lol: