Games I've Beaten: S

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  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game. I absolutely loved the multiplayer, mainly the Blinged Out Ride mode. Sadly, lag and cheaters ruined many games.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game at 5:53pm Central Time on August 18th, 2009. I also played a bunch of co-op with my friend Jessy.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game along with achieving 100% completion and obtaining both endings on November 27th, 2011. It took me 25 hours and 32 minutes. I got the Gangstas in Space ending first. Awesome game. I beat the Genkibowl VII downloadable content on January 17th, 2012. I beat the Gangstas in Space downloadable content on February 21st, 2012. I beat The Trouble with Clones downloadable content on April 24th, 2012.

  • I beat the PC version of this game on September 11th, 2013 (me with voice of Troy Baker). I beat the PC version of this game on co-op (with my friend Sean) on September 29th, 2016. I was a green lady with the voice of Nolan North. I beat the Enter the Dominatrix DLC (on co-op with Sean) on October 11th, 2017. I beat the How the Saints Saved Christmas DLC (on co-op with Sean) on April 22, 2018.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game on September 11th, 2010. Zai Jian! I beat it on co-op with my brother in early February of 2011. I played Knives Chau (via the Knives Chau Add-On Pack downloadable content) and he played Stills.

  • I beat the PlayStation 2 version of this game. I really liked it.

  • I beat the PlayStation 2 version of this game in 2005. One of my most favorite PS2 games, Shadow of the Colossus is a beautiful, awe-inspiring game. I replayed a lot of the battles after beating it. It also has one of the best soundtracks ever, which I totally own and listen to.

  • I beat the PlayStation 3 version of this game on June 6th, 2017.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 (XBLA) version of this game on October 8th, 2010. I beat the single player mode, and then I beat the co-op mode with my brother.

  • I beat the Dreamcast version of this game. One of my absolute, most favorite games of all time, I could go on for hours and hours about my love for this game. Instead, all I will say is that is has one of the greatest soundtracks of all time, and I listen to it frequently. In the end, words cannot truly express how wonderful this game is for me.

  • I beat the Xbox version of this game. I love the Shenmue series so much. That is all that needs to be said.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game on August 5th, 2012.

  • I beat the PC version (using an Xbox 360 controller) of this game on December 16th, 2012.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 (XBLA) version of this game on July 18th, 2006.

    TEMPORARY SMASH TV:

    OK at first, but after a little while of playing, it started to get really repetitive and boring for me.

  • I beat the PC version of this game.

  • I beat the Sega Genesis version of this game. I beat the Xbox 360 (XBLA) version of this game at 12:46am Central Time on November 27th, 2008.

  • I beat the Sega Genesis version of this game. I beat the Xbox 360 (XBLA) version of this game at 12:28pm Central Time on February 22nd, 2009.

  • I beat the Sega Genesis version of this game. I remember throwing a quarter into a fountain and wishing I would get this for my birthday. I did!

  • I beat the Sega Genesis version of this game. Knuckles is the best! I remember seeing this randomly in a store and making my parents buy it (I didn't read gaming magazines back then). Attaching this to Sonic 2 and 3 and playing Knuckles was the coolest most advanced piece of technology I had ever seen.

  • I beat the Dreamcast version of this game. I used to walk a couple of miles everyday from my school to the PX (store used on military bases) to play this game on the display stand they had set up before the Dreamcast was released. I played the first level so many freakin' times it was ridiculous, but I loved it every time. The coolest part was that whale that chased ya! I also have another memory of playing it in a GameStop (might have been called Software Etc. back then) and fighting the first boss. The lady working there told me I did a good job and better than the other people that had played it. I was proud! I don't know when this occurred with the PX stuff though. Anyways, I got a Dreamcast along with this game and beat it!

  • I beat the Sega CD version of this game. Metal Sonic was so gangster! This is one of my favorite Sonic games of all. The past and future thing was neat too.

  • I beat the PlayStation 2 version of this game. I also beat all of Extra Mode.

  • I beat the PlayStation 2 version of this game. I also beat all of World 2.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game on January 2nd, 2013. It's the first game in 2013 I beat.

    Order of endings obtained: Finish countdown, interrupt countdown, epilogue fire, epilogue put down weapon

  • I beat the Sega Genesis version of this game. Awesome game!

  • I beat the Sega Genesis version of this game.

  • I beat the PC version of this game.

  • I beat the Xbox version of this game.

  • I beat the Xbox version of this game. I had a lot of fun with this game. I am the master web-swinger! Everyone that watches me is totally impressed with my web-swinging skills.

  • I beat the PlayStation 3 version of this game in 2007.

  • I beat the PlayStation 4 Pro version of this game on September 17, 2018.

  • I beat the PlayStation 5 version of this game on December 7, 2020.

  • I beat this game at 11:51 AM Central Time on March 7th, 2011.

  • I beat the PlayStation version of this game. I thoroughly enjoyed these games.

  • I beat the PlayStation version of this game.

  • I beat the PlayStation version of this game.

  • I beat the PlayStation 2 version of this game.

    TEMPORARY:

    I owned this game before I owned the actual PlayStation 2. I think it was the very first PS2 game I had tried out. I had also bought Smuggler's Run and X-Squad (I took X-Squad back for Summoner. X-Squad was disappointing whereas I really liked Summoner). I remember loving the graphics and how smooth it looked. It was a ton of fun and had a shit load of stuff to do. Two players was fun too!

  • I beat the Nintendo 64 version of this game. I often played it with my friend Ruben. 4-player multiplayer was a lot of fun, too.

  • I beat the PlayStation 4 version of this game on December 21st, 2015. I beat the Jakku DLC on December 21st, 2015. I played several hours of the game with my girlfriend.

  • I beat the GameCube version of this game.

  • I beat the Xbox version of this game.

    TEMPORARY:

    I beat this with all the endings. Multiplayer was fun too. I was pretty good =D

  • I beat the Xbox version of this game.

    TEMPORARY:

    I beat this with all the endings and such possible. This game was way cool. I kicked ass online too! I loved throwing people off into the giant put on that one level.

  • I beat the Xbox version of this game.

    TEMPORARY:

    I had following this game for years and hyped my brother and friends about it. When it first came out, me and my brother did nothing but play it until we both beat it. We played for days in my mom's old super hot (temperature-wise) trailer. Me and my brother switched off, but during our session, he played for 38 HOURS STRAIGHT. I am not joking. He kept saying "Hold on" but he never gave it up. He did accidentally catch the HUGE spoiler of the game though when I was playing. After he fell asleep, I took over again =D. I replayed it a bunch of times as a good and bad dude and as a good and back chick so I could see and experience everything possible. I had a big crush on Bastila.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game on January 13th, 2011. I obtained both endings. I beat the Jedi Temple, Tatooine, and Hoth Mission Packs downloadable content on January 13th, 2011.

  • I beat the PC version of this game.

  • I beat the PlayStation 2 version of this game in 2002. Beat Revolution, and unlocked all modes and beat Chaos.

    TEMPORARY:

    This was the very first forum I ever moderated on Neoseeker.com (or ever). It started me on my reign of incredible power that slowly dominated Neoseeker and its portals.

    I, unlike a lot of people, actually enjoyed this game. While if I played it now, I would probably find more problems with it, back then I was just into violence and killing people! Both of which State of Emergency was full of. I beat the whole game and enjoyed it, although some missions did get pretty frustrating.

  • I beat the Nintendo Switch version of this game on co-op with my girlfriend on April 1, 2018. We beat it on Professional Mode. It's the first Switch game I ever beat.

  • I beat the Nintendo 3DS version of Find Mii on May 15th, 2011. It is the first 3DS game I ever beat.

  • I beat the Nintendo 64 version of this game.

    TEMPORARY:

    This was the first true 3D game I played (Not counting an arcade version of Virtua Fighter).

    I first played Super Mario 64 on kiosk before I got the Nintendo 64. I quickly adapted to it, while my parents commented on how it would make them sick. I later got an N64 for Christmas (I think it was at Christmas). It is a fantastic game, although the Boo in the castle would scare me, and I purposely would never go down that hallway where he hovered. ;( I guess it reminded me of The Shining with Jack Nicholson. That movie scarred me for life.

  • I beat the NES version of this game. I beat the NES (Nintendo 3DS Virtual Console) version of this game on April 26th, 2012. My final score was 479200.

  • I beat the NES version of this game.

    TEMPORARY:

    My earliest video game memory besides Duck Hunt is playing this game with my Mom and brother past midnight all the time when we lived in Fort Stewart, Georgia. I was round four or five years old.

  • I beat the Nintendo Wii version of this game at 11:03am Central Time on July 22nd, 2008.

  • I beat the Nintendo 64 version of this game. I beat the game with every character and beat all three bonus rounds with every character.

    TEMPORARY:

    The ultimate multiplayer experience, this was me and my friends absolute favorite game to play together. Four players, 99 lives, 300% health, and no items but Pokéballs if I remember correctly. I was usually always Pikachu, and I DOMINATED SO HARD. Seriously, I am the best SSB player in the world when I have Pikachu. Sometimes though we paused the game whenever something cool happened because it would zoom in and you could move the camera. A few times, we paused too much.

  • I beat the GameCube version of this game.

    TEMPORARY:

    Link was my main dude in this one. I got this after all my old friends I used to play the original SSB with moved, so I didn't play this nearly as much :( This was my first GameCube game though, and one of my only ones, too =D

  • I beat the Xbox One X version of this game on September 25, 2019.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game. It wasn't very good, though I enjoyed flying.

  • I beat the Xbox 360 version of this game on December 6th, 2012. I barely got to play the co-op, however, due to the lack of split-screen and no one playing online. It's a shame, because what I played was pretty fun.