Games that I have completed
This is MY list of games that I have beaten - in cases with branching storylines or stuff like that, this is if I completed the main storyline, mind you - not that I necessarily got 100%
This is MY list of games that I have beaten - in cases with branching storylines or stuff like that, this is if I completed the main storyline, mind you - not that I necessarily got 100%
Beat it on PS3. Bought it shortly after its official release - can't remember when I beat it. But it was okay, not really my style, though.
Beat it on PS3. Got it about a week after the official release, and completed it shortly after. All the things that the first one wasn't - this was a colossal improvement.
Also, my first PSN platinum trophy!
Beat it on PC and PS3. Tried it out on the PC and was spellbound by the story. Played it day and night until I completed it.
Later I bought it, for PS3, and completed that as well.
Beat it on PS3. Originally borrowed this from my local library, and completed it. Pretty interesting story with some nice twists.
Beat it on PS2. Borrowed it from my local library. Back then I was excited about the large-scale battles. Now I'm 'meh' about the lack of variety in gameplay.
Beat it on PS3. See above. No difference whatsoever apart from the graphics and the hair of Sun Jian
Beat it on PC. F'ing brilliant! Probably the first 'horror' game I ever played, but definitely not the last. The atmosphere was pure gold.
Beat it on PS3. When I found this in a local shop I bought it on impulse. At first I was disappointed in it, but now I have to say that it is actually pretty damn good. Though the story arc ends up too weird.
Beat it on PS3. The day this came out, I skipped school and searched the city in order to find a copy. Then, I didn't go to school the next week AT ALL, because I was busy gaming. Completed it, and then got back to my life. Am currently (april 2010) replaying the whole damn thing again. Great story, but those car controls are KILLING me!
Beat it on PS3. Got The Orange Box one day I felt like buying something. I spent most of my hours awake playing this game - barely even got to school. This was awesome. A huge step up. Also, I don't care what anyone says: I like the Gordon-Alyx relationship. So fuck you.
Beat it on PS3. Part of The Orange Box. May be too short, but it was still very good.
Beat it on PS3. Part of The Orange Box. Still exciting, and introduces a shitload of new gameplay elements to the game. Maybe too many. Also, life outside of City 17 is not as interesting as life in the city was. Too many mutant animals.
Beat it on PS3. Got it the day it came out - beat it the day it came out. Seriously. I didn't leave the apartment for 12 hours STRAIGHT until I completed this. Then I went to bed. Disappointing ending, though, but that was partly my own fault for missing ONE GODDAMN QTE!!! Verdict: Fantastic production values, graphics, sound, voice work, likeable characters, but David Cage needs to stop writing plots. Now.
Beat it on PS3. Don't remember where or when I got it, but it was a pretty good game. I was entertained as long as it lasted. Also, as opposed to Heavy Rain, a FANTASTIC ending!
Beat it on PS3. When do you beat LittleBigPlanet? With thousands of community levels out there, it's difficult to say, but I define it as beating the story, which I did - last week! April 2010 may sound like a late time of getting the game, but there are still plenty of sackpeople online and thousands of levels being added each day!
Beat it on PS3. I never beat the first one (only got to the last island, where I got pwned hard), but I still played it enough to know that this sequel sucks ass very hard. One of my worst purchases, no question. The ending was also extremely lame, and the trophy didn't even unlock.
Piece of crap.
Beat it on PC and PS3. Tried it and beat it on PC. Later, I bought it for PS3 in order to play online. Great graphics and pretty interesting story, if a bit nonsensical - but then again, I like 24, so...
Beat it on PS3. Launch title that I got with my PS3. I don't know anything about the franchise, as I was a Jakman back on the PS2, but gameplay-wise this is actually pretty fun. Cliffhange ending, though.
Beat it on PS3. I actually played this on PC first, but never got around to saving the goddamn kingdom. So when I saw it for PS3 w/ both expansions at a local story, I figured "Ah, what the hell" and bought it. A year later I finally completed the main storyline. This game has WAY too many things to do!
Beat it on PS3. I bought Vegas, but the clerk accidentally put the wrong game in the box. I didn't feel like telling him, though, as this practically gave me a discount. The game was... okay, I guess. Pretty run-of-the-mill when it comes to FPS shooters. "Open and clear" is pretty much the only line I remember.
Beat it on PS3. Got this last month (March 2010). I don't care what Ryan says, this is a GREAT game! It's almost impossible to believe that it's made by the same people who made that piece of shit called Mercenaries 2. Sure, this is bug-ridden, and in some places things are flying around, but the core game is still entertaining, and while most character depictions are shallow, protagonist Sean Devlin is indeed very likeable in a Nathan Drake'ish way.
Beat it on PC. Got this when my local PC repairman accidentally deleted the harddrive or something. The game is excellent, and the story is really interesting. I have beaten it on several occasions.
Beat it on PS3. Launch title I got with my PS3. This was actually pretty awesome. Cool Indiana Jones storyline with a Gears of War meets Tomb Raider gameplay.
Beat it on PS3. I actually got this because my local GameStop didn't have Assassins Creed II, so I just bought a pre-played collectors edition of this instead (and I'm not even a collector). I must say that I am not impressed. Yes, it's more of the same from the first one, but... for some reason this just doesn't feel *really* interesting. So I stopped playing. Later, I came back and finished it. The ending is actually pretty cool.
Beat it on PS2. The first game I got for the PS2 (along with Final Fantasy X). The forefather of an entire genre. Damn, I spent a lot of time playing this!
Beat it on PS2. When this was announced the only thing we were talking about was "IT LETS YOU RIDE MOTORCYCLES!!!". Truly awesome, and having a protagonist that actually talked REALLY helped the game.
Beat it on PS2. The crowning achievement of PS2 sandbox games. You could pretty much do *anything* in this game - enough to make GTAIV feel like a step down in some ways.
Also, CJ was probably the first somewhat likeable protagonist in the series.
Beat it on PS2. The more I play newer sandbox games like GTAIV, the more I start to realize how good and underrated this game really was. Great Britains take on the Grand Theft Auto formula was linear, yes, but the story and characters were interesting enough to keep you hanging. Now I actually wanna play it again, brb.
Beat it on PS2. First thoughts: "What the hell happened"? Suddenly, you cannot control the camera properly, and everyone feel like they're straight out of ragdoll school. Whatever Team Soho tried to improve in this game obviously went HORRIBLY wrong, and made a game that's not worthy of being a sequel to The Getaway.
Beat it on PS2. If you can look past janky physics and VERY odd driving and shooting mechanics, this over-the-top action game can actually be pretty fun. It even sported a branching storyline *years* before Heavy Rain was born. Not bad. Well, not *that* bad...
Beat it on PS2. Enjoyable most of the time, although the last couple of defending battles were HELL to play.
Beat it on PS2. The very definition of 'meh' in fighting games. It was probably okay, but I honestly can't remember. The 'story' was over quick, in any case.
Beat it on PS. Woohoo, my launch title for good ol' PlayStation! I actually never even managed to get past Dr. Nitrus Brio until I, more than 10 years later, finally picked it up again and finished it. Hooray!
Beat it on PS. One of the first games I got for the PlayStation. In the beginning, I found the controls darn hard, but eventually I got better. The whole time aspect is both interesting and insanely frustrating as you have that damn timer hanging over your head like the Sword of Damocles. Regardless, I managed to beat it after a hiatus of several years improving my gamer skills elsewhere.
Beat it on PS2. Interesting game, though the PS2 version is vastly inferior to the PC version. Also, I cheated. So what, sue me - invincibility has never been this fun before!
Beat it on PC. Of course. I was so young when I played this game that my parents would've gone nuts if they knew. Also, I cheated. I was young and hopeless.
Beat it on PC. Another GTA, another one i *might* have had a little articifial help completing. It was very interesting having a GTA take place in London, though.
Beat it on PC. Priceless, timeless. This is one that needs to be played
Beat it on PC. An excellent sequel in its own right, with interesting puzzles. The ending is a bit... off, though.
Beat it on PC. Dang, I remember when this got released and I saw reviews on TV and wished that I owned it. Now it's too old for my PC to run. I feel old. The game was great, though. Brilliant graphical style, as well. And it's got Murray.
Beat it on PC. Though hated by many, this game is actually somewhat fun anyway. It's a shame that they went with the 3D stuff, as it's too crude and kills much of the charm. But it's got Monkey Kombat! Oh, and a lot of other tricky puzzles.
Beat it on PC. Good ol' heroes. Though the graphics may have seemed crude to some (they were actually *very* good!), this has exactly the same HoMM-gameplay that we all know and love. The campaign was difficult, but I remember the ending screen, so I guess I must've defeated it at some point, heh.
Beat it on PC. I remember reading about this is a gaming magazine and instantly finding it interesting. Hell, I can even recall the exact feeling! The game was brilliant, and a step up from the first one, even if the skirmishes proved much more interesting than the mission-based campaign. A worthy sequel, indeed.
Beat it on PC. Expansion to HoMM II. More of the same. But since I liked the skirmishes of HoMM the most, this really didn't do a lot for me.
Beat it on PC. Pepperoni pizza. That is all.
Beat it on PC. Hey, this was good! Give me more FMV-powered spy-themed point-and-click adventures! I still mourn the loss of FMV in games. This one was excellent game.
Beat it on PC. This one could pretty much be divided into two parts: An interesting story about a murder investigation in Cleveland, and a sucky fantasy/mythology-based story about nazis and ancient Nordic gods in Germany. Both feature very likeable protagonist Jim Pearson, full FMV-sequences and haunting music. Would have been an excellent game, if the difficulty of the puzzles hadn't been so unforgiving. I swear, you WON'T be able to get past any of the puzzles without resorting to cheat codes!
Beat it on PC. A really interesting story about a stranded ship, and the ghosts on board. Theme-related somewhat to Cryostasis: The Sleep of Reason, I suppose, although this is more poetic, more puzzle-based and without zombies. The puzzles themselves are clever, but certainly not impossible. Only problem with this was, that it needed to run from the CD, which made it slooooooooooooooooow.
Beat it on PC. Very typical of Spellbound's Commandos-clones. This one is western-themed and is actually very fun if you enjoy this kind of game. You can sneak though most of the game, or you can try to just shoot your way through. A nice blend, albeit with some annoyances around.
Beat it on PC. Got this off one of my dad's old floppys. Though the graphics are butt-ugly, the story is VERY engaging, and I whole-heartedly recommend this to anyone who likes text-based adventure games. Don't be afraid of the graphics!
Beat it on PC. Only recently I managed to try the sequel to my beloved Police Quest. This one is pretty darn hard compared to the first one, and I had to get help in order to beat it. The last 'boss' is just plain crude. Also, the story is not nearly as creative or interesting as the first one. This one reeks of Hollywood.
Beat it on PC. Also known as 'Police Quest 4', this one is downright nasty. It starts out with a murdered kid thrown in a dumpster, and from there it only gets worse. What a depressing outlook on everything. The blend of photo-capture into the game is so-so, and makes the graphics somewhat odd to look at. Also, the new point-and-click interface sucks ass. The story itself is still interesting, though.
Beat it on PC. I have to admit right off the bat that I used cheats in order to beat this. Why? Because the campaign was too long-winded and godddamn hard. The branching plotline, however, is a stroke of genius and worth mentioning. Also, the skirmishes are sweeeeeet.
Beat it on PC. Can you win a Total War game? yes you can! I conquered Europe in the name of the Senate, and when the Senate got jealous, my Brutii army conquered them as well. Awesome! Micromanagement makes it a living hell to administrate every goddamn city in Europe, though.
Beat it on PC. Great game, great story and great graphics. Definitely recommended!
Beat it on PC. Shitty game, confusing story and most of all VERY. SHITTY. GRAPHICS. Stay away from this pile of crap. It was a pain to even complete
Beat it on PC. Ah, I remember this from the good old days. A unique kind of top-down adventure/stealth-game that spawned a horde of clones.
Beat it on PC. The little brother of one of my favourite games. Apart from the fact that the cutscenes look like they're ripped straight out of the Discovery Channel (why, because it's WWII footage. Duh), this is a good game, containing many improvements over the first game. Not *everything* is pure gold, though, as some of the graphics look odd in the attempt to create more 'realistic' movements.
Beat it on PC. I love this game. A huge improvement of good old RA. And it's got sweet, sweet FMVs! The gameplay itself has also been improved, and moving units is nowhere near as clunky as it was in the first game.
Beat it on PC. I can't really decide if this is a step up or down for the Red Alert franchise: On one hand, the graphics are notably better, there's a genius co-op aspect and there's even a third faction. On the other hand the developers throw the last bit of serious business out the window in order to focus on BOOBS! YAY! But, seriously, this game almost deserves a label saying 'FOR MEN ONLY', because it's obvious who it caters to - you'd almost think FHM sponsored the development. I dunno... I just can't take it serious.
Beat it on PC. By 'beating it' I of course mean the main storyline, since there's no way I'm more than half-way through the myriad of side-quests. Damn, Washington is big!
Beat it on N64. Ah. Rare does it again. GoldenEye 007 broke through as THE FPS on consoles back then. Take your Dutycalls and Battlefields and shove them up somewhere, because THIS is where console FPS gaming started! The graphics are ugly, sure, but if you look at the gameplay you'll realize just how little has actually changed in all these years. IMO GoldenEye 007 still holds up. And the four-player split-screen multiplayer is pretty cool!
Beat it on N64. If you don't know this, you need to get out from under your rock. This game pretty much defined 3D platforming - just as its predecessors had done for 2D. And yes, I actually found all the stars! All that star collecting makes for a huge replay value.
Beat it on SNES. Launch title I got with my SNES. Possibly even the first game I ever owned. This took 2D platforming to new heghts. NINE GODDAMN WORLDS! And Yoshi! OMGOMGOMGOMGOMG. Maybe it could look like recycling of much of the stuff from Super Mario Bros. 3, but I'm going to complain because it's done damn good!
Beat it on GB. This wipes its ass with the first Super Mario Land. Seriously. You've got a bunch of worlds you can choose from, where you need to get keys for the big castle in the middle. Each world has a different theme, and everything is just awesome.
Beat it on GB. Wario's debut as playable character. Ever since I played this game the first time, Wario has been my favourite Nintendo character. I really dig his style. The gameplay was much like SML2, but it's good, so who's complaining?
Beat it on GBC. The return of Wario sported a whole lot of gameplay changes, and even though I can't remember any of them (lol), I still remember WLII as somewhat of a letdown. Maybe it was because Wario didn't have his safari hat anymore. Maybe it was because of the seemingly changes gravity. Maybe it was because it was in color
Beat it on N64. Rare delivering again. Banjo-Kazooie may seem like an obvious Super Mario 64 ripoff, but the humor and charm, as well as the awesome music and added gameplay elements makes this - dare I say it - better than Super Mario 64. After many years of struggle, I finally managed to beat last year (2009!)
Beat it on N64. If you don't know this then go away, you're not worthy of being here! Just kidding, but OoT has had such an impact on the adventure genre, that I won't even bother explaining. Only thing to say is that it's a really good, and really LONG, game in which everything comes together in a spectacular way. Oh, and I hate the Water Temple
Beat it on GB. One of the first games I got for my good old gray Game Boy. It's amazing how they managed to squeeze all the essence of the Zelda games (apart from Zelda herself!) into a Game Boy game: The puzzles are here, the long, advanced dungeons are here, the fantastic music is here - hell, even the hookshot is here! I'll admit this: When I finally finished this game, I actually cried. Maybe part of it was because of the sheer nostalgia, but also because it is a really beautiful game.
Beat it on GB. Shit, I almost don't remember anything about this one... It was all-round pretty okay, though the Game Boys lack of color sometimes made it REALLY hard to notice details such as bullets. Oh, and the music when you morphed into a Power Ranger was just AWESOME!
Beat it on GB. I can't remember where I got it, but it was actually pretty decent. The platforming was solid, and the graphics were good for a Game Boy game. But godDAMMIT some of those boss battles were punishing!
Beat it on GB. Compared to the other Smurfs game, this one was too grainy and it was too difficult to see the details properly. Also, this introduced an ability to kick, which would be awesome if not for the fact that it was COMPLETELY USELESS. The idea of travelling the world in order to collect garbage is pretty hilarious - the game could do with a more sensible story.
Beat it on PC. Very artistic and deep Danish game. The story is deep and engaging, but it was really the art style that struck me as incredibly cool (and kinda reminds me of Mirrors Edge in its use of colors). The music is also soothing. This actually feels more like watching a novel instead of playing a game. Hard to explain, but definitely recommended
Beat it on PC. The sequel to Giften, this game shared the same story arc, but had considerably different gameplay mechanics, such as moving by rotating the Earth, and the fact that you were an almighty angel. Also, this one sported multiple endings. The presentation, however, ultimately prooved too psychedelic for me to understand. Very weird in some places.
Beat it on PC. When it didn't crash, Fable was actually a fun game that had you running around bashing monsters and getting married. The story was interesting enough.
Beat it on PC. I finally bit the bullet and got hold of Max Payne probably around 10 years past its release date. The story struck me as surprisingly coherent, gripping and good - I had expected a run-of-the-mill shooter with indifferent storyline á la Dead to Rights, but instead I got this story about an avenging father? This is AWESOME! Even the graphics still hold up somewhat, and the game even had 'that scene', which is on my list of the 10 creepiest moments of video games.
Beat it on PC. I'm almost positive I beat this one, although I can't remember the ending. I didn't much care for the whole noir thing it was trying to cook up. Maybe I'm just an ignorant.
Beat it on PC. This one has maybe the best premise of all: You've got superpowers, and the military is after you - what do you do? You fight back! None of that superhero, 'no casualties' bullshit - let's rip some fucking heads off!!! The sheer brutality, and the whole Web of Intrigue sidequest almost made this worth playing, despite the somewhat dull graphics, some overpowered enemies, control issues and very very strange story
Beat it on PC. Ripe with a bunch of side-quests that I can only imagine ties to achievements and whatnot. The story is ridiculous, and a lot of plot elements are sadly underdeveloped, but who gives a shit? Blowing stuff up is fun, and the fact that you can take down a gigantic tower using only your sledgehammer actually makes me want to go play this game again.
Beat it on SNES. This one is the Capcom version (the one where you don't have a sword). The good old times. Platforming was a blast in this game, and when I finally beat that fat merchant in the first world, it was a glorious feeling of victory that nothing can compare to! I later got stuck inside the Magic Cave, but returned years later to finish the job. For a game on a Disney license, this is actually a pretty competeny platformer, even though it sported some sluggish controls in places.
Beat it on PC. This one makes me proud to be Danish. While some may lament it for its bugs, Hitman was still a thrill to play, and the whole thing, the plot, the fact that you play a goddamn HITMAN were unique at the time, and it's still a franchise I keep going back to. Bugs or no bugs.
Beat it on PC. Just like its predecessor, but with lots of added features. Many of the missions in this one could be tackled in several ways, which made for IMMENSE replay value. Your target is in his guarded house, what do you do? Drug the postman and disguise yourself as him in order to get close? Strangle a guard taking a piss? Or just flat out kill everybody on the premises? This essentially had an element of 'build your own story', which made it so goddamn impressive.
Beat it on PC. Though essentially much of it played out like a remake of the first title, Contracts still had some interesting new missions. The whole 'looking back' way of the presentation didn't strike me as particularly interesting, though.
Beat it on PC. Russian invasions of the US have been seen before, just look at Red Alert. But that didn't stop this game from feeling like a fresh take on both Soviet invasions and plumbers in video games. The squad mechanic ultimately felt a little primitive, but it got the job done. The large scale shooting wasn't THAT great either, but the way the missions were inter-connected (a slight feeling of Metroidvania) was still great.
Beat it on PC. I played the demo on my PlayStation 3, and decided not to buy this game. I'm glad I did, because when I got to play the full game on PC, it struck me as pretty crappy. Though the story was interesting, and the visuals decent, the shooting wasn't satisfying and the ending was a huge, depressing letdown.
Beat it on PS2. This one is pure genius, and I would not hesitate to put it above certain GTA titles. Rockstar needs to keep doing what Rockstar does: Sandbox games with great freedom, great characters and an interesting story to keep you going. Do you ever wonder where all the children in GTA were? Well, they're here! Being in school never was THIS exciting. I cross my fingers hoping for a sequel!
Beat it on PS2. Borrowed this at my local library. It was good, but not great. War never changes. And apparently World War II-themed games never change either, as I felt I had seen much of this before.
Beat it on PC.I was prepared to complain about 'another run-of-the-mill WWII shooter', but this still got to me in the end. One mission, as you rampage through Berlin, you invade the Reichtag and gun down the German soldiers making a desperate last stand, the game really succeeds at depicting the senselessness and barbarity of war - a feat that not many FPS's accomplish, since most of them are just focused on you racking up your body count. I tip my hat. Oh, and it has Kiefer Sutherland as voice actor. Case closed.
Beat it on PC. Back when I played this, I hadn't played the first one so I had nothing to compare it to. As always, the Star Wars universe is fantastic, although the battle system could be difficult and somewhat annoying.
Beat it on PS3. Part of The Orange Box. This was plain awesome, yet also headscratchingly difficult sometimes. But hey, I got through it, and I'm hyped for the sequel!
Beat it on PC. Borrowed it from my local library. I was completely blown away by the storytelling and atmosphere - it actually WAS almost like watching a movie! And I maintain to this day that Carla Valenti is the most attractive female protagonist in existence. Perhaps it's because I controlled her even in her spare time - I know her interests, her flat, everything about her! Same thing with Lucas and, to some extent, Tyler. But it also wins the prize for most disappointing plot twist on this side of Heavy Rain. Fuck you, David Cage. Fuck you!
Beat it on N64. Strange platformer/shooter/flying hybrid, in which the flying was probably the best thing - and that was just two missions!
Beat it on SNES. Rares masterpiece if you ask me. Sure, the platforming aspects were a little off at times, but who cares when you've got stunning graphics, shooting barrels and the best soundtrack IN EXISTENCE?
Beat it on SNES (emulator). Because I love DKC as much as I do I was inevitably going to be disappointed by playing this many, many years later on an emulator. One this I must say, though, is that the difficulty is PUNISHING!
Beat it on PC. God, I remember when I and my brother were sitting at the local computer cafe and playing this when it was just out. It was revolutionary! I only beat it ten years later, though.
Beat it on PC. A huge improvement over the original, this kept me spellbound for ages, and I still sometimes come back to it. Really good stuff
Beat it on PC. An instant sleeper hit. I had never before heard of the developers or anything - I only got hold of the game from googling anything mafia-related. This was BIG, in a good kind of way. Well-realized story and characters, and the driving and shooting was okay too. A shame the game was as linear as it was, because it had HUGE potential!
Beat it on PC. While I never got around to beating WCII, I managed to beat the third installment in the series, even though the last couple of missions were goddamn HARD. The game itself is very good, and still holds up to this day.
Beat it on PC. Same as above. Sad story. I kinda liked the guy :-(
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