Every Game I've Ever Finished
Accurate count: 636
Accurate count: 636
Oddly enough I love the 2D Metroid games for the same reason I hate the 3D Metroid games; the exploration and the backtracking. This game was actually my brother's, but I still stole it and played it on my GBA SP.
One of my least favorite Double Dragon games, this Neo Geo fighter is pretty unforgiving. Also, this game is based off of the infamous Double Dragon movie, so that only makes it worse. I'm still not quite sure why I decided to play through it on MAME one afternoon.
GB version (Burai Fighter Deluxe)
Another great 2D Metroid game, I played through this game on a friend's Game Boy Advance over the course of a couple weeks. It's a great game, and I really enjoyed it.
My favorite 2D Metroid game (out of the ones that I played, meaning not including Metroid or Metroid II), I absolutely loved this game from start to finish. Not only was the atmosphere incredible, the exploration made this game very rewarding.
A subpar beat-em-up starring everyone's favorite green rabbit. No wait, I was thinking of the other guy.
One of my least favorite games in the Double Dragon series (only Super Double Dragon is worse than this game.. discounting Double Dragon V), that's not to say that Double Dragon III is a particularly BAD game, it's just the fact that one death warrants a game over. That's right, you have to completely start over if you die once.
One of the few movie based games that I've ever finished, I played Spider-Man 2 on my GameCube in 2005 or 2006. I only played it every once in a while, but it was still a lot of fun. I finished the story after a couple months of here-and-there playing.
A Space Invaders clone which does as much for the genre as other Space Invaders clones. Not very special.
This game I had come close to finishing several times over the course of about three years. The first time my uncle installed the game on my family's laptop, and I was getting close to finishing it when I forgot the password to the Steam account. After that I started playing it on a friend's Xbox, and I got to Ravenholm before I moved on. Then, I bought The Orange Box and finally finished it on that.
Same with Half-Life 2, I started this game but never finished it a couple times before actually finishing it on The Orange Box (along with getting every achievement).
Same with the two aforementioned games, I started this one and never finished it before actually finishing it on The Orange Box.
I've played Portal several times now; on a friend's 360 (Portal: Still Alive), on The Orange Box, and even on my Mac. I have only finished it on The Orange Box, however.
An aboslutely amazing game that I only recently got into, I finished this game with around 80 hours and have since spent another 20 or so. This game is probably one of my favorite games of all time, due to the vast amount of things possible ingame.
Another game that you can't technically complete, but I played so many matchmaking matches with my friends that I would count this one as finished.
The second game is slightly better for one single reason; you can choose which boss to fight next. This makes it a whooooole lot easier to ensure that you have the next boss' weakness.
I really enjoyed this game despite some of the hate that it received. I loved the style and the Nolan North prince was a great character. The gameplay moves along at a quick, smooth pace making for a very enjoyable experience. I might have to go back and collect all of the Light Seeds some day.
After years of having... er... not completed Banjo-Kazooie, I came back to this game on the Xbox Live Arcade. The game is a lot of fun, even though it's hindered by a problem that a lot of Nintendo 64 games face today; stiff controls.
I finished this game both by myself and in coop before my save file got corrupted and then my disc broke. I enjoyed it, but it's not as good as most people say it is.
I picked this game up for pretty cheap on Goozex and played through the campaign on Hard (which isn't saying much with this game). I didn't really play much of the multiplayer (the shooting doesn't really appeal to me, I'm more of a Call of Duty guy), but I still enjoyed it.
I have this game for both the Wii and the 360 (I didn't enjoy it THAT much, but received the Wii version as a gift and bought the 360 version for $5), but I've only finished it on the Wii. It was decently fun, especially in coop.
One of my favorite games of all time, I basically grew up with this game. As a somewhat younger gamer (I'm only 16), my dad and my uncle used to play this game all of the time in the early 2000s. I started playing it as well, and still crack it out on The First Decade to this day.
The expansion pack also got a lot of playtime from my dad and I. This game was fantastic, every mission presented some new and unique mechanics. One of few games that I can still go back to occasionally to this day.
The original Zelda is an incredible game. Challenging but not frustrating, catchy music, addictive gameplay... it has it all. The collecting aspects of this game are sublime, although you're probably going to want to use a map playing through it nowadays if you don't feel like wandering around for hours.
A third real-time strategy game that I spent a ton of time with as a younger gamer, this is the only game I've played in the Age of Empires series (although I picked up a collection of AoE games a while back, I've never gotten around to playing them). This game was a ton of fun, and the cheats were fantastic.
I finished this game doing every single event, which was an incredible grind. I mean, I enjoyed the game but a lot of those events got old very fast (not to mention several little nitpicky things that I disliked about the game that constantly served to lessen the experience, e.g. GUARDS THROWING ROCKS).
One of several games that I played out of boredom while visiting family friends in New Hampshire, Abadox: The Deadly Inner War is a relatively entertaining shooter (better than Xevious, I have that much to say). However, it is pretty short and ranges from mind-numbingly easy to brutally difficult in the blink of an eye.
Fantastic game. This was one of the first games I picked up when I finally got an Xbox 360. I still pop it in from time to time to enjoy some of the multiplayer greatness that is this game
Almost as good as Call of Duty 4, I agree with most criticisms of this game (too many "shock" moments, nonsensical story, etc). I didn't spend as much time in multiplayer as Call of Duty 4 either, mostly because this game has an effect of sending me into uncontrollable rage.
I don't even own this game, but I finished it in co-op one evening with my friend. I suck at it, but since I was logged into my Live account I still got the achievements for finishing it on Hard! So, yay!
Having completed the first Ninja Gaiden a while back, I finally got around to finishing off the other two. Naturally, these games are freaking brutal, especially considering the fact that you have a time limit on every stage, hundreds of enemies trying to murder you, and stages designed by torture artists.
I enjoyed this game a whole lot more than Alien Hominid, mostly because I was a little better at it (even though I still suck). I never finished Insane (due to how insane that would be), but I still managed to 200/200 this game.
Another Xbox Live Arcade game that I've finished, I never played Symphony of the Night on the PlayStation. This game took some time to get started, but once I began enjoying it I went into a collectionist craze, attempting to get the best equipment in the game (including the rare drop Crissaegrim, which essentially makes Alucard invincible).
150 hours in, I decided it was finally time to finish the main quest.
There's a reason that this game and its sequel are among my top played games of all time on my Live account. Although this isn't a game that you can technically complete, I've probably spent somewhere between 20 or 30 hours playing this game, so if that's not complete, I don't know what is.
Unlike the first game you technically can complete this game by finishing ever stage and then completing the sequence mode (which I have done). I still have yet to finish the Smile achievement (due to the fact that it's impossible), but I'll get around to that someday.
I still have to finish the first of the Arkedo Series, but Swap was a short and great puzzle game. It only has around five levels, so it's a pretty small game, but for $3.00 I would recommend it to anyone who enjoys puzzle games.
My favorite of the Arkedo Series, Pixel is an amazing game (especially for $3.00). Although it consists of only six levels, I would definitely been willing to fork over $10.00 for this game as an Xbox Live Arcade game.
Picked this game up for cheap from GameStop a few months ago, but never got around to finishing it for some reason or another. It's a great Zelda game, and I really enjoyed it once I finally got around to playing it, and it's up there with the best.
God, this is a long game.
The first Ninja Gaiden I played through, I beat this game on the Wii Virtual Console after numerous fits of screaming. This game is brutally difficult, so playing it on the Wii (where it saves your state automatically) was a lifesaver.
Probably the easiest Ninja Gaiden game I've played, the only difficult part about Dragon Sword was the final boss. Even then, it wasn't a brutally difficult final boss like the original trilogy of Ninja Gaiden games.
I've played through both the Game Boy Advance version and the Xbox Live Arcade version.
A short little indie game, Fishing Girl is great for its art style. The game is probably about 15 minutes long, but with ingame achievements and great replayability it's worth the $1.00 price tag.
Probably one of my favorite Xbox Live Indie Games that I own, this game is especially fun when playing with friends. I've now played through this very short game around a dozen times with my friends, and a couple times alone.
An incredibly... er... unique beat-em-up (naturally from Capcom, considering the era). The game is fun and very arcade-y, although a little bit short and on the easy side.
Despite what has been said about this game, it is my favorite Donkey Kong Country game. The music isn't quite on par with Donkey Kong Country 2, but the gameplay is much better due to the fact that Dixie handles a lot easier than she did in Donkey Kong Country 2, and the fact that there is a severely reduced amount of incredibly cheap deaths (ie spike placement, enemy placement, etc).
Another Indie game I purchased during a craze, Miner Dig Deep was surprisingly... er... deep. This game is a lot of fun, and for only $3.00 I recommend it to anyone with an Xbox 360.
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