Games I've Beaten: M

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  • I beat the GameCube version of this game. I played this a bunch with my dad, brother, and friends. I had a custom team that was literally unbeatable. I mean, how could they be beat? They mostly consisted of Star Wars characters, like Luke and Yoda (he was my punter due to his size). I know, COMPLETELY UNFAIR, RIGHT?!

  • I beat the Xbox One X version of this game on co-op with my wife on May 30, 2019.

  • I beat the NES version of this game.

  • I beat the Nintendo 64 version of this game. If I remember correctly, I was usually Toad due to his speed. I kicked so much ass! My friends and I came up with a bunch of custom game types for Battle mode. Years later of not playing it, I played against my cousin Shaina in February 2007 when visiting relatives in Indiana. While she was pretty good at racing, I totally dominated Battle mode, just like I had several years before. I was unstoppable, going on a win streak of over 10 games. She had just been playing it with a friend the day before too. Obviously, this is a testament to my amazing Mario Kart 64 skills, and not her lack of said skills.

  • I beat the Nintendo 64 version of this game. Another multiplayer game my friends and I were obsessed with, I have fond memories of us playing this several hours longer than what was probably healthy. It really fucks with your palms.

  • I beat the PC version of this game on February 6th, 2016.

  • I beat the PlayStation version of this game. I beat the game with every character.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game at 12:37am Central Time on November 29th, 2007. I beat the "Bring Down The Sky" downloadable content with all the various possible outcomes on October 14th, 2008. I beat the game with my evil female character on May 17th, 2009. One of my most favorite games.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game on January 30th, 2010. It took me around 43 hours. My first playthrough was with my original character, Charles Shepard, carried over from the original Mass Effect. One of my top most favorite games of all time. I beat my second playthrough on February 3rd, 2010 as my female character, Charlene Shepard, carried over from the original Mass Effect.<br><br>

    As of March 1st, 2012, I have explored 100% of the Milky Way galaxy, downloaded and completed every piece of downloadable content, and read every Codex entry as both Charles Shepard and Charlene Shepard. My total playtime for Charles Shepard was 60 hours (and 0 minutes). My total playtime for Charlene Shepard was 28 hours and 52 minutes.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game on March 13th, 2012. Worst ending I've ever experienced.

  • I beat the PlayStation 2 version of this game. I loved pausing the game to look at the bullet effects. I beat the Xbox (Xbox 360 - Xbox Originals) version of this game on May 13th, 2012 (Mother's Day!) in preparation for Max Payne 3's release on May 15th, 2012.

  • I beat the Xbox version of this game. I beat the Xbox (Xbox 360 - Xbox Originals) version of this game on May 15th, 2012, just hours before Max Payne 3 arrived at my house from Amazon.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game on May 17th, 2012. I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game on May 21st, 2012 (Easy, Free Aim).

  • I beat the PlayStation 3 version of this game on September 27th, 2011.

  • I beat the PlayStation 2 version of this game.

  • I beat the Xbox version of this game with my brother. It is a short game, but it's good for spending an afternoon with a co-op buddy on. I really liked the opening of the game.

  • I beat the PSP version of this game at 5:08pm Central Time on July 23rd, 2008. I beat it with both X and Vile.

  • I beat the PlayStation version of this game and obtained both endings. I first played this on a demo disc I received when I was a member of PlayStation Underground. When I first played, I absolutely could not get past the guards! I actually didn't know it was supposed to be all stealthy at first, so I always sounded the alarm, which caused the elevator to never arrive (and I didn't even know I was supposed to be waiting for an elevator). Something kept drawing me back to the game though, even though I continued to fail. One of my best friends in Elementary School, James Arce, was a big fan of the demo as well. He even drew a map of where the security cameras were one day. I gave the game another shot after knowing that I was supposed to hide and got on the elevator, in which I fell in love with the game and soon the series. Metal Gear Solid is one of my most played games of all time, with over 10 completions.

  • I beat the PlayStation 2 version of this game in 2001. I purchased Z.O.E. for the demo, which was absolutely amazing. I played the demo more than I did many full games! I had no problem with Raiden (even though I wasn't aware of his existence until I read the instruction book on the way home from the store) or the length of the cutscenes. I love this game.

  • I beat the PlayStation 2 version of this game in 2004. When I first got it, I skipped a week of school so I could play through it with zero interruptions. I loved the game so much that I wrote several FAQs for it, which are the greatest Metal Gear Solid 3 FAQs ever written. Yes, I am indeed the Greatest Metal Gear Solid 3 Walkthrough Writer in the World. This is a wide-known and accepted fact and not hyperbole. The ending fight is one of the best and most beautiful boss battles of all time. I cry at the ending of the game, even after multiple playthroughs.

    I beat the PlayStation 3 version of Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater HD on August 29th, 2015.

  • I beat the PlayStation 2 version of this game. I never had an issue with the camera in the Metal Gear Solid series, so Subsistence was just another excuse to play through one of my most favorite games. I would switch to the original camera mode every so often when I got lost. It was the first game I ever rented from GameFly. It was sent to me on April 15th, 2006.

  • I beat the PlayStation 3 version of Metal Gear Solid: Peace Walker HD on September 2nd, 2015.

  • I beat the PC version of this game on September 4th, 2015. I beat the Déjà Vu DLC on September 4th, 2015. I beat the Jamais Vu DLC on September 4th, 2015. I beat the Xbox One version of this game on July 21, 2020.

  • I beat the PC version of this game on September 18th, 2015.

  • I beat the PlayStation 3 version of Metal Gear HD on September 27th, 2015. I beat it on the Original difficulty.

  • I beat the PlayStation 3 version of this game at 4:43am Central Time on June 15th, 2008. I also completely finished the Metal Gear Solid 4 Database add-on. The return to Shadow Moses was such an incredibly powerful moment. Snake, 10 years ago, was at this very same location. I, 10 years ago, was too at this very same location. This whole concept blew my mind, and a game will be hard-pressed to replicate the emotions I felt while playing through this section of Metal Gear Solid 4. The ending theme from MGS1 playing, the security camera at the heliport falling off (only happens under certain conditions), retracing my steps from the first MGS, and basically just every event that occurred there. Man, just wow. This part of the game is something I think can only be truly appreciated by those who were playing the first Metal Gear Solid 10 years ago as well.

  • I beat the PlayStation 3 version of this game. 100%!

  • I beat the PSP version of this game at 12:47pm Central Time on November 10th, 2007.

  • I beat the PSP version of this game at 1:53am Central Time on June 10th, 2008.

  • I beat the GameCube version of this game.

  • I beat the Sega Genesis version of this game. Go go Power Rangeeeerrrrssss!

  • I beat the PlayStation 3 version of this game on August 20th, 2009.

  • I beat the PlayStation 2 version of this game. I really liked this game. It was original and entertaining. I had actually bought Fatal Frame instead, but within 5 minutes, I had declared the game to be way too fucking scary and promptly returned it for this. The employees at the GameStop laughed at me :( (it's cool. I had known these guys for years). All colors, beat year 1 with all EX tanks, beat year 2 with all EX tanks.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game on November 11th, 2009. I beat it in just over 5 hours.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 (XBLA) version of this game on September 7th, 2010. I got 12/12 Achievements for 200/200 Gamerscore.

  • I beat the Sega Genesis version of this game.

  • I beat the PlayStation 3 version of this game on January 21st, 2012.

  • I beat the iOS version (on my iPad 3) of this game on May 7th, 2015.

  • I beat the Xbox One X version of this game on June 21, 2019.

  • I beat the Xbox One X version of this game on June 23, 2019.

  • I beat the PC version of this game on January 15th, 2016.