Games I have finished

A comprehensive list of all the games I have played trough, since I startet gaming as a child. The list is not limited to any platform, but games finished with cheats are not listed. Order listed is random.

List items

  • I really liked the sci-fi theme.

  • Played this with a friend. This was the height of Westwood studios.

  • Played coop on the 360. Not a great game.

  • Really different from its more simish predeccessor, but a great arcade style racing game none the less.

  • The cars had a heavy handling, but great graphics and gameplay made this a hit at LAN parties in my youth.

  • After the horrible Hot Persuit 2, this was a refreshing diversion. Good handling, great soundtrack, and fast gameplay.

  • Played this on both the pc and xbox. Played through it on PC, as a first got my xbox in 2004.

  • Crappy game, achievement hunt alone and it was even cheap too. Only got 225 points for my troubles.

  • Finished it a little late, but got through it and enjoyed the experience :)

  • 3 player coop, epic ending.

  • One of the great games I played on my xbox in 2004.

  • Remember looking forward to this and MGS2. Played Splinter Cell on the pc, and what a treat.

  • This time I played it on xbox, and the controles felt better. Very good levels, and played through the coop campaign with a dude from the UK using a tunneling service.

  • Had its flaws, but a really good game. Was a preorder at gamestop, but happy my brother didn't follow my lead, and got Bf:BC2 instead.

  • Summer of arcades does deliver great games. Didn't let me down in 2008.

  • One of the first games for my fathers 386, very nice platformer.

  • While waiting for GTA4, this game helped keep me occupied. I loved the random mayhem combined with ragdoll effects.

  • Enjoyed it in arcades as a child, but didn't get through it until the rerelease on XBLA.

  • 4 player LAN on xbox became a tradition with this game. Great fun.

  • Good successor, but the formula got a little tirering for my sake.

  • Good and unique action rpg from westwood

  • A little on the expensive side, but its close enough to death rally, so its a no brainer.

  • Great console game. Had taken up many hours, and made me go way to late in bed more then one night.

  • Good adventure game. Got it for a bargain, but wasn't one of my first game. Really enjoyed the experience however.

  • A good mix of adventure/action/shooter. The game got old fast, but at its release I think it was pretty good. Startet playing it on the xbox, but finished it when a switched to 360.

  • Great remake of the original. But the ending seems a little abrupt.

  • Decent enough game. Played through it in coop, and worked well enough. There was however a problem with progression and achievements in coop.

  • Got this as a compensation for xbox live problems past the holydays in 2008. Descent game, but never played it much past the campaign.

  • Great humor and story. Preordered the think and really liked the experience. The gameplay wasn't so hot though.

  • Pretty bad but not broken action platformer. Dont know how I got to play as long as to get 1000/1000.

  • Liked the demo for its slowmo gore. Decent enough mekanics, but I got it some time after release and the mekanics hadn't aged well. Broken online though.

  • My friends dvd-drive died, so we tried this out as a coop game. Very bad. The first 2 hours were ok, but it got really old fast. The old ones are SOOO much better. And the ending for this was none existent.

  • Great gameplay & great design from Blizz yet again :)

  • My first guitar hero game. Got is as a present from my GF for my 24th birthday. Really played the hell out of it.

  • Decent enough, but insultingly simple and short for a full retail price

  • Great tracklist, but harmonix really upped the game with rockband. Still played it alot.

  • Guitar heros jump to full band experience. Pretty decent but far behind Rock band 2. The hardware was better though.

  • Got this cheap, and the playthrough wasnt horrible. Xbox version

  • Great fun and beautifully made Magic game. Played through it with a friend in coop and singleplayer. Only omission is the ability to make your own deck.

  • Good sequel

  • Not that fun, but doesn't get painful before its finished. Easy 200/200.

  • Bought this with a friend to export to RB2. Great trackpack, but ultimately a bit expensive. Played through the game, and got pretty damn tired og big rock endings.

  • Somewhat fun, although not that much. Couldn't get my self to 1000 it, after completion.

  • Played the trial of feeding frenzy 2 as it was release and enjoy it. The game got really tiresome before I got through it, but I stuck with it and got 200/200.

  • Great expansion for a great game. Got this some time in 1999.

  • Great little XBLA game. A joy to hunt for the complete 200points.

  • Great addition to the original Homeworld. Added many strategic options.

  • This was one of the first games on the 360 to really impress me. The graphics and scope were great. The story and gameplay were entertaining.

  • Got this for a decent price on xbox. The story is put into the main story pretty well, but the game wasn't much fun.

  • Really enjoyed playing through this game, but don't think I would have enjoyed more than one playthrough. Xbox 2007.

  • Not that great, but got through it with my GeoW buddy. He hated it,. but I kept him at the fire for long enough to get through it.

  • Really good Turtles game. Had it on 2 floppy discs, and even though they also contained a virus, I could not keep myself from playing it.

  • A campaign with ups and down, but ultimately a little mediocre.

  • Played through this game on both xbox and 360. A really good game, but the 360 one was disappointing as the differences were only marginal.

  • Great soundtrack

  • Remeber this from my early childhood. Didn't understand it very well then, so I first finished it as it was release on XBLA. A great classic none the less.

  • Nice little smartphone game. Maybe a bit too simplistic.

  • This game came with my Geforce 6800U and I really enjoyed it. The gameplay elements really came together quite well.

  • Played through this in 2007. Not a big sportsfan, but easy achievements.

  • Got this game on my then new pc, and the graphics were amazing. The game was decent enough, and there were some scares here and there.

  • Played this game alot on my amiga in the 90's. First later I realised how crappy a port it was. Got the Remix edition on xbox, and it still holds up very well.

  • First encounter with anything CSI. Really enjoyed playing through it, even though it was a bit of a pixel hunt. Think it must have been 2005 on pc.

  • Got it for a bargain for 360, and it was decent enough.

  • Still a great atmosphere, but surely not as great as I was hoping for. Actually a bit disappointing. Too easy and reused puzzles, exept for the "next number in sequence" which are terrible in their own way. Game seems shorter then the first, and not fan of all the turns the story takes (but not much so).

  • Played this on the trusty 386. I remember it as pretty long, and only a childs stubbornness could keep me at it.

  • Great game, played it alot on the amiga.

  • Played it a year after Doom. Not really that good, but decent enough.

  • Fantastic game. Two of my friends were raving about it at school, and another friend was playing it 4 player LAN. I first got the demo later and played it with a friend. Hell of a game.

  • Got a reviewer copy with a friend. The game was really good, but I prefered the atmospher from the first game, and the graphics were almost better in the first.

  • Bought this one on PC after having tried the arcade version in the Netherlands.

  • After Diablo II i was looking forward to LoD, and was not disappointed. I must have played the opening chapter about a hundred times.

  • Played this alot one time on vacation on Majorca. Good beatem up. Really spend alot of money on it.

  • This classic completely avoided my attention until at was rereleased on XBLA. Fantastic game.

  • Played this at a friends house, as his big brother had bought this and a gaming pc. He could beat all of us, but it was fun none the less.

  • Owned this on my trusty C64. Good port and nice game. A bit on the hard side, but very enjoyable. Remember that I was very impressed with the arcade version.

  • Great amiga game. Played it as late as 2004 with the help of emulation. Last time on the amiga hardware was 2000.

  • A really great game on the NES. Completed it with a friend on his NES. I believed he rented the game for a weekend.

  • Really wellmade adventure game. Hope they make more episodes.

  • I loved the arcade game, and years later I got it for Mega Drive. A little disappointed in the stiff controls and graphics, but it was still a good game.

  • On of the best space sim's out there. Very good story and atmosphere. Graphics were great and varied missions.

  • Sorry former guys at Grin, but this game is baaad.

  • Borrowed this from a girl at my school. Great game. But it gut stolen while on vacation in the Netherlands.

  • I guess I might be the only one, but I enjoyed this first venture for MK into 3D. I don't think I would like it today, but back in 1998 it was fun.

  • Well made RTS. Played through the campaign and alote of multiplayer with friends.

  • Good game, had some interesting ideas. The one big downside was that the world was stale, and therefor wasnt good as a multiplayer game (economi wasnt changing etc.)

  • After months of positiv talk about this game (from the Giantbomb site) this game finally arrived to my hot anticipation. A really good game, but a little too short. Almost as good as Casltevania: SotN

  • The good expansion. Good campaign and new factions online. They never got it balanced, but great fun anyway.

  • Good game. The atmosphere of the different species was right on. The marine campaign was the best however. The multiplayer was alot of fun but REALLY imba.

  • Really great game, and excellent ending.

  • The not so good expansion. Added 3 small campaigns, which did some interesting stuff, but the online was a stalemate. Only new optional units, no noteworthy gamemodes.

  • A good followup. Alien campaign was alot better, marine campaign had great lighting but wasnt as good as the first one. Multiplayer was more playable but lacked the same atmosphere.

  • Was having a gaming weekend with a friend. Bought 2x this game for practically nothing, and made a challenge of who could finish this first. I was the only one playing about halfway through. Man what a pain, but got it none the less.

  • Played this around 1995. Great game. Borrowed it from a friend at school and really enjoyed it. Could not put it down.

  • Played this solely for the achievements (xbox 360). Game was horrible. The humor could care it about 1/4 through the game. This was somewhat early in my 360 gaming so achievements were a bigger draw then now.

  • One of my favorit game of 1995. Bought it even without having a pc with a cd-rom drive.

  • A decent platformer. Borrowed it from a friend who clamed it could not be finished. Played it for a weekend straight, and got through it.

  • Played this after getting my Slim U2 edition in 2009 (normal but with Uncharted 2 in the box). Had to finish the first one before playing the second, so this was my first PS3 game to get finished.

  • Got this around release for a systemlink weekend. Had only bought my xbox about a week before, so had no expectation for the game. Was a big hit.

  • Updated graphics were nice, but the feeling wasn't quite as good as in the original.