My Completed Games

I'll keep updating this every time I finish a new one :D Some of these games I may not own, and certainly these aren't the only games I have played. But these are all the games I have took the time to beat the main story or campaign to the fullest. Enjoy.

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  • Finished the PC version at 5th May 2009.

    Though climbing buildings sure is fun, it got really repetitive (especially the side missions).

  • Finished the Playstation version.

    A good game, mix of strategy/action, which could take a really long time.

  • Finished the Playstation version on the 24th of September 2009.

    Great voice over, atmosphere, story. Think a Zelda meets Vampires.

  • Finished the Playstation 2 version.

    Original plot, funny cutscenes, and I do remember being impressed with the lip synchs here (much better than even Oblivion's).

  • Finished the PC version on 5th May 2009.

    What a blast to play, and a kickass soundtrack, and a big variety of cars (not so much with the bikes) to ride.

  • Finished the Playstation version on the 23rd of September of 2009.

    This game....took a very long time. It seems it's about to end then it just twists the plot around. Brilliant all-round, but the characters you could get were absurd at times.

  • Finshed the SNES version.

    One of the best RPGs I've played, it had it all. Impressive soundtrack (considering what the SNES could do), great characters, simple but masterful plot.

  • Finished the PC version on the 17th May 2009.

    This is a great RTS, but they should have really removed the superweapon spam in multiplayer.

  • Finished the Playstation version.

    It's Crash Bandicoot, of course it's fun all-around.

  • Finished the Playstation version.

    It was quite frustrating to play, camera would sometimes get in the way and you'd die without knowing what happened, but the boss battles were enjoyable.

  • Finished the PC version on the 6th of May 2009.

    Intense, just like Crysis. Actually, it almost beats Crysis at everything, except the endboss (who played it knows what I mean :P)

  • Finished the PC version.

    Whoever calls this purely "eye-candy", is wrong. Not only does it boast the incredible graphics, it had a great gameplay to go along with it. And that makes Crysis a really good shooter.

  • Finished the Playstation version.

    Much better than Mario's Racers, you've got a crazy alien trying to take over, and all the cast of the Crash series to help you stop him.

  • Finished the Playstation 2 version.

    Devil May Cry's a hardcore game, and the atmosphere it gives is still the best of the series.

  • Finished the PC version.

    This MUST be an underappreciated game, no one ever hears about it but it was so fun to play, with all the minigames you could do.

  • Finished the Playstation 2 version.

    This game was pretty much crap :P The plot was confusing, and it was way short. I didn't know what I was supposed to do near the end except "eh i'll just shoot everything and I'll win".

  • Finished the PC version on the 4th of August of 2009. (Including DLCs)

    Okay, I haven't played the first Fallouts and I know just how much of you prefer Oblivion over this. But seriously. Fallout 3 has an awesome atmosphere, the soundtrack was spot on, and the dungeons were not copy-paste, and meant something, unlike Oblivion's. Sure, the main story was simple enough, but the environment in the game really sucks you in. I never quit playing it until i got EVERYTHING done. And very few games have managed to have that effect on me. Play this.

  • Finished the GBA version.

    Yeah, both their bonus chapters. Final Fantasy I is an old school RPG, the kind that has a weak plot nowadays, but is fun to play nevertheless, getting through the bosses and dungeons. But Final Fantasy II was a chore to complete. Their level up scheme had a good concept, but you could really just stay killing rabbits for a few days and have an uber party demolishing everything, perhaps the whole game. The only thing I liked about II was the villain, really.

  • Finished the Playstation version.

    I've played all Final Fantasys properly, though I've yet to actually finish them all. I'd have to say Final Fantasy IX is my favorite of the series. You might find it childish at a first look, well it's just as serious as any Final Fantasy you'll play. That's not to say it doesn't have its fun times, it has, plenty of them for that matter. I also like how it has that distinct medieval feel, and it was on 3D, unlike VII and VIII at the time. Superior OST, and awesome cast, and it's the one that gives me the most fond memories.

  • Finished the Playstation version.

    FF7 is a great game, just that all its spinoffs (usually bad) make people think of VII that it isn't good as it normally is. VII is a mark of RPG gaming, it raised the bar and made FF from a cult (with the awesome FF VI and IV) and took it to the mainstream. A must-own.

  • Finished the Playstation 2 version.

    Like VII and VI, this one is on the toss up for my 2nd favorite in the series. Its deeply emotional plot, lush world, and awesome cutscenes were again, a testament to just how much the PS2 could do.

  • Finished the Playstation 2 version.

    X-2... I have mixed feelings for this. The plot was rather stupid, but it was rather good to see what'd happen after the cataclysmic events (always so) for a major FF game. And even though it's really just a Charlie's Angels meets Final Fantasy game, it was more enjoyable than II and I.

  • Finished the Playstation 2 version on the 2nd of June of 2009.

    Ah yes, XII. People would whine and whine about how the battle system changed, and how it would take a complete turn from what FF used to be. Well, it did, but the battle system was well implemented, there were TONS of side quests to do, and exploring parts of the game that would be traversed only on later parts of the game gave it a free-roam feeling that I enjoyed somewhat. I did hate the story, not the plot itself. Vaan's supposedly the main character, but he's more like a spectator. Half of the cast feels out of place, without a good reason to stay on the party, and the poor development was bad.

  • Finished the GBA version.

    Ahh, Golden Sun. Original, fun, simple but fun plot, I'll even go and dare say that Golden Sun can stand up to classics such as Final Fantasy VI, Phantasy Star IV, or even Chrono Trigger. It's definitely the best RPG on the GBA, and one of the best RPGs in general that I've played. Between this and Lost Age, I can't really make up my mind on what game's superior. I've easily beaten and replayed this about 7 times.

  • Finished the GBA version.

    Just like its prequel, The Lost Age brings all the goodies from Golden Sun and conjures the ending to the great saga. The Lost Age completely twists the plot from the first, doing EXACTLY what you didn't wanted to happen in the first game. It also comes in with the ship, which opens up the rest of the world of Golden Sun, though it felt empty compared to the first's only two continents, in terms of cities and places.

  • Finished the Playstation 2 version.

    This is what took Grand Theft Auto to 3D. Never endless fun on this one, but a mute player character felt stupid and the plot was random, I mean, all that work, JUST to have revenge on your ex? I also hated it how you couldn't finish off the gangs that you'd end up making an enemy of (the italians were the most annoying) making the so called free-roaming of this game not so free.

  • Finished the Playstation 2 version.

    Vice City did in my opinion, took everything what GTA III had and improved it in pretty much everything. It gave it atmosphere, it gave the best soundtrack of the series, a character with an ACTUAL voice and personality, giving way to a now more believable plot, and I love just how you get to control pretty much the entire city in the end, something no other game in the series allows you to do (except maybe San Andreas, but just one of the 3 cities) However, the infinite gang war problem was still there, and Tommy couldn't swim.

  • Finished the Playstation 2 version.

    The best game of the series, The three massive cities and the now implemented swimming were welcome, but what really made this game great was just the amount of things you could do. Tune up cars, clothes. the MASSIVE variety of clothes (not unlike GTA IV's 2 pairs of glasses), the ability to fly planes, the gang wars (finally no more annoying gangs, as you can actually finish them off now). I don't really have anything bad to say about this, if GTA IV deserves a 10 like some people use to, this one deserves a 12. (I do like GTA IV, but SA is better)

  • Finished the Playstation 2 version.

  • Finished the PC version on the 2nd of September of 2009.

  • Finished the PC version on the 5th of January of 2009.

  • Finished the Playstation version.

  • Finished the PC version on the 8th of January of 2009.

  • Finished the Game Boy version.

  • Finished the PC version.

  • Finished the Playstation version.

  • Finished the Playstation 2 version.

  • Finished the Playstation 2 version on the 7th of September of 2009.

  • Finished the PC version.

  • Finished the PC version.

  • Finished the PC version on the 15th of June of 2009.

  • Finished the Playstation 2 version.

  • Finished the GBA version.

  • Finished the Playstation 2 version.

  • Finished the PC version on the 7th February 2009.

  • Finished the PC version on the 25th January 2009.

  • Finished the GBA version.

  • Finished the Playstation version.

  • Finished the PC version.

  • Finished the Playstation 2 version.

  • Finished the Playstation version. Sold it later :P

  • Finished the PC version (Campaign).

  • Finished the PC version (Campaign).

  • Finished the PC version.

  • Finished the PC version.

  • Finished the Game Boy version. Blue only.

  • Finished the GBA version. FireRed only.

  • Finished the GBA version. Sapphire only.

  • Finished the Game Boy version. Gold only.

  • Finished the Game Boy version.

  • Finished the PSP version.

  • Finished the PC version of the game at 17th January 2010. Really short campaign, the infinite lives (at least in the Easy difficulty) made it look pathetic as you could beat any level, with time. The story didn't really captivate me, and I still don't exactly know what was it about.

  • Finished the GBA version.

  • Finished the PC version.

  • Finished the PC version on 25th January 2010 at 14:17. Wow, I like how they took a huge leap making GTA IV such a believable game with its new realistic engine while still having that GTA feeling. However, only two pairs of glasses, hats, and not much to do besides the missions, I mean it IS a huge city. San Andreas remains superior.

  • Campaigns were short and boring compared to the awesomeness of the original. (Except for Yuriko's, that was pretty awesome) Some of the new units were ridiculously uber (I'm looking at you Giga-Fortress)

    Soundtrack is still top-notch though.

  • Finished the PC version at 17th February 2010, 19:40. Gargantuan epic of a game, can't wait to see how the sequels'll play out.

  • Beat Adventure Mode at 12:35, 25th February 2010.

  • Finished at 0:55, 1st of March 2010. All the rebuttals would exhaust me, I had to play this in short bursts.

  • Finished at 18:55, 19th March 2010.

  • Finished at 21:05, 27th March 2010.

  • Finished at 23:46, 25th April 2010. DS version.

  • Finished at 20:30, 27th April 2010. PC version.

  • Finished the PC version at 16:20, 29th May 2010.

  • Finished at 22:50, 1st July 2010. Wish there was a sequel released..

  • Finished at 17:30, 20th July 2010.

  • Finished at 15:06, 30th July 2010. Most satisfying ending ever.

  • Finished at 17:27, 31th July 2010.

  • Finished at 8:07, 2nd August 2010.

  • Finished at 20:45, 3rd August 2010. Reminded me a lot of Streets of Rage, pretty fun too.

  • Finished at 22:57, 30th August 2010.

  • Finished at 15:50, 17th September 2010.

  • Finished at 12:55, 24th November 2010.

  • Finished at 13:30, 20th November 2010.

  • Finished at 17:05, 22nd December 2010.

  • Finished at 18:52, 11th January 2011.

  • Finished at 0:20, 11th February 2011.

  • Finished at 17:30, 17th February 2011.

  • Finished at 26th February 2011.

  • Finished at 26th February 2011.

  • Finished at 28th February 2011.

  • Finished at 3rd April 2011.

  • Finished at 03:30, 21st May 2011.