Games I've Beaten: P

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  • I beat the Xbox 360 (XBLA) version of this game. wakkawakkawakkawakkawakkawakka

  • I beat the Xbox One version of this game on co-op with my wife on July 5, 2020. I beat the Virulent Strain DLC on co-op with my wife on July 6, 2020.

  • I beat the PC version of this game on December 26th, 2013. Ending 18 out of 20.

  • I beat the PlayStation version of this game with my friend Ruben when I was in elementary school. I beat this game on the PSP at 4:38pm Central Time on November 6th, 2007. It was nice to relive those memories! This game is so gangster. All the thugs in my hood played it.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 (XBLA) version of this game at 10:35am Central Time on July 21st, 2008. Really funny game.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 (XBLA) version of this game at 3:01pm Central Time on December 21st, 2008. I liked it better than the first one!

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game on December 2nd, 2005. The first Xbox 360 game I ever played on my own 360 (I had previously played Call of Duty 2 and Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie at a kiosk at GameStop before the Xbox 360 officially launched), I really liked the game. I had only briefly played the original Perfect Dark, and had zero expectations as to what to expect. I loved the online multiplayer. My favorite weapons were the Viblade and the Hawk Boomerang. Getting kills online with those were so satisfying, especially the Boomerang. I was a master of it!

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game on December 8th, 2005. It was the second Xbox 360 game I ever played. I played it when I was done with Call of Duty 2 at the demo kiosk at my local GameStop before the official launch of the Xbox 360. I had to quit shortly afterwards due to the screen not being lit properly and not being able to tell where I needed to go. It was the first game that I got every achievement in.

  • I beat the Dreamcast version of this game. The first online RPG I ever played, it was quite a unique experience for me at the time. The only other online gaming experience I had beforehand was Tribes, which is a totally different game. I was really amazed when I first played with some Japanese players. Being able to play a game like that with people from different parts of the world blew my mind. Cheaters eventually ruined the game though, and I quit.

  • I beat the Nintendo DS version of this game at 7:51pm Central Time on June 10th, 2007. Beaten over the span of a few days, when I received the game from GameFly, I did nothing but play it and see Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End in theaters. I expected the game to be good due to all the praise I had heard about it, but the excellent writing, humor, and overall story made it a far more addictive experience than I had anticipated. One of my favorite little mechanics of the game was blowing into the microphone to blow away the dust to uncover fingerprints.

  • I beat the Nintendo DS version of this game at 1:10pm Central Time on June 21st, 2007 (just 11 days after beating the prequel!). I also obtained all the possible endings: The two main ones, along with the Good version's sub-endings of whether you give Edgeworth the whip or not. Only a few lines are changed, but that's how I roll bitch.

  • I beat the Nintendo DS version of this game at 1:53pm Central Time on January 25th, 2008. Certainly the best of the original Phoenix Wright trilogy.

  • I beat the Game Boy Color version of Pokémon Gold.

  • I beat the Game Boy Color version of this game.

  • I beat the Game Boy versions of Pokémon Red and Pokémon Blue.

    TEMPORARY POKEMON RED:

    "Ahh...my first RPG. This is the game that started my obsession with the entire franchise. I still own thousands of dollars worth of stuff. Me and my friends played these games forever. My friend Ruben bought Pokemon Blue since I had Pokemon Red. I got a Squirtle from him! :D I also got the strategy guide from Amazon.com. I was so excited waiting for it and checked the mail everyday! We played the real card game too all the time. Mmm soo much to mention and talk about, but I am afraid I just don't have the time and Neoseeker doesn't have enough characters to properly explain my experience with this game."

  • I beat the Nintendo 64 version of this game.

    TEMPORARY POKEMON SNAP:

    "Why don't they make more games like this? It was so beautiful ;( The coolest thing though was going to Blockbuster and printing your pictures out. I still have mine, and plan to keep them forever! I NEED A SEQUEL!"

  • I beat the Game Boy Color version of this game.

  • I beat the Game Boy version of this game. My parents actually surprised me with this by placing it under my pillow. When I was picked up from school, I asked if they had found and purchased it and was told no. I had been anticipating this game for a long time, so when I got back to the hotel (we stayed in a hotel for a little while, a Super 8!) I was incredibly sad and went to lay down. Before in the past, i would always check under my pillow because my parents would often trick me. This time I didn't. When asked if I was going to even bother checking under the pillow, I became filled with excitement, only to discover that it was indeed under it! I loved having Pikachu on the screen walking around with me.

  • I beat the Arcade version of this game on January 10th, 2016. I beat all ranks including Commissioner and also was the top of the scoreboard. I played it with my girlfriend.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game (via The Orange Box) in October 2007.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 (XBLA) version of this game.

  • I beat the PlayStation 3 version of this game (Single Player) on June 9th, 2011. I beat the PC version of this game (Co-op with my brother, who was playing on the PS3) on August 22nd, 2011. I beat the Peer Review DLC with my brother (I was on PC, he was on PS3) on January 14th, 2012.

  • I beat the Dreamcast version of this game. I loved it! I had never experienced such a frantic fighting game before, and playing with my friends was also a ton of fun.

  • I beat the Dreamcast version of this game. Liking it more than its prequel, I had even more fun with this game and playing with friends. We had some pretty crazy times with it!

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game. I had a good time with this game, and the opening was especially cool.

  • I beat the Xbox version of this game at 3:48pm Central Time on February 23rd, 2009. A truly wonderful and hilarious game with great writing and voice-acting.