Games I have finished!
Started writing summaries. Many are posthumous.
Started writing summaries. Many are posthumous.
Period of time where I devoured these CSI games.
Don't remember much about the story. Multiplayer was good but I was burnt out after all the time I spent playing 2's. Bayonet charge was fun to do.
Great game. Halo 3 zombies is where it's at. The only Halo game I ever invested serious time into.
Heart of Darkness but dumber cause it's a video game. Average shooter.
Back and forwards on this or Arkham Asylum being my favourite batman game. The introduction of all the Riddler shit started here though.
Fun but definitely forgettable game. I liked Midna.
Even though I played the Xbox version, still enjoyed this game a bunch.
better than I thought it would be, definitely. It's no Darkness one, but the tradeoff between story and action validates this game by itself.
Lady in Black. 10/10.
My first real RPG. Just as I started playing PC games. You can't imagine what this game means to me. You can go anywhere! As soon as you get off the boat! Sad that I can't stand Bethesda RPGs anymore.
You can become a werewolf, and this expansion visibly links to Morrowind. Cool as hell.
That elf won't stop beating on my arse.
Black and white adventure game. Somewhat boring.
Stealth sections are too many in this game. Otherwise just another good NOLF game.
Decent hack-and-slash. I like those type of games.
Everyone hates these games now, but i still cherish them. They look great and sound great. Childhood crystallized,
Played this after I liked the Cat Lady.
The best. Dixie on that guitar.
Pretty damn good for a licensed game. Remember them?
Decent openworld game. Main character is kind of annoying, and there are way too many collectible/achievebles, but still a solid-arse game.
This is my fucking jam. X-Files and 90's FMV adventures games.
One of my first PS2 games. Adore this game.
I don't know. Dumb childhood.
This is the Silent Hill game to play. Don't worry about the others, honestly, play this one.
First Fallout game and boy-howdy is it good. Sucks that F4 is basically this with housebuilding. First is usually the best. Unless it's DKC, or Gears, or HL, or Silent Hill, etc.
Interesting idea for a game but cooperatively this game in nigh-on unplayable: friendly fire is crazy easy to commit. Finished the game with only one survivor left. Wonder what happens if they all die.
Both these games are great but I don't remember a whole bunch. Might replay them at some point. Here's hoping for remastered versions.
Surprisingly chill game to play. Not good. But decent.
Also known as that PS2 Monkey Island game that is 3D. Don't remember anything else.
Underwater sections sucked, but otherwise an awesome game.
Shouldn't count: game is like 20 minutes long and you just move forward. Art piece.
Got it free as part of the Playstation fiasco. Honestly think the whole think was worth just so I could play this game.
probably the best PS2 game and the best God of War game. Will admit that I changed the difficulty from medium to easy for the Zeus fight.
Hotdog, what a pretty-arse game. It's God of War but it's pretty as shit.
Other than an unintuitive weapon level up system, this game is sleek as hell and as fun to play to boot. Knee slide rad as hell.
Friend gave me this charming game for free. Liked it at the time and don't remember squat now.
Played when newly introduced to PC gaming. Was blown away by how 'open' it was. Probably not a good game.
Game kicks butt. One day I'll play the 3rd game.
Surprisingly good. And it's a Wii game. Unsung hero of the Dead Space franchise.
Manna from the Heavens. Would consider buying a 3DS just so I could keep playing Picross.
Rough around the edges graphically, and the puzzles are dumb, and the game is roughly 20 hours long. I'm pretty sure I liked this game. I like April Ryan. And the Crow.
No fucking idea what happens in this game anymore.
This is the shit, though. Honestly you could make do just playing this one and the first.
Damn novel adventure game and creepy as hell. Unfortunately once you reach the circus the game becomes unbearably tedious.
Looks like hell but holds up somehow. This and the second game are rad as hell.
You runaway from that bear and you make heads explode with shouts. A little off the rails, yeah.
The creme de la creme. This is the game to play. The zenith of stealth gameplay.
Even playing this game years after it came out and as cummed-covered as it is, I still found this game fun as hell. There's a sense of slightly-veiled, subtle choas inherent in the engine I think. It may be, but it doesn't feel as straight-laced as most FPS's.
What a way to end the series. RIP.
Maybe the best game on the 360. All positives. Nothing negative to say.
Perhaps the game is vapid, but goddamn I remember this game fondly. It looks great and the action is entertaining enough just enough to sustain the short game length. Plus SixAxis those arrows, son.
A game I might actually replay soon. EA deserves more credit for developing something as unique as this. Guns sucked to use, though. Advise ignoring completely.
No idea why I played this. I dislike graphic novels. guess I had to know for sure. Somewhat pervy.
The defining generational game. The game that held me in awe throughout its pre-release, release, and post-release. The gut-punch that a generational shift should pack.
Fallout 1 and 2 blend together at this point, but I adore these isometric RPGs. Might not have felt inclined to play Wasteland 2 or Planescape if not for this and 2.
Didn't like this game as much as the first, solely because many of the puzzles skewed American.
Great game. Probably looks like arse today, but it mesmerisingly brutal when it came out. Embellished as my memory of the event is, I still fondly remember being chased around by a serial killer in an abandoned house. Frightening.
12-odd hours of Dragon Age. Pre-Dragon age 2. Bliss.
Rustic charm out the wazoo. Short and sweet. Even bought the physical edition that came with the walkthrough booklet and music CD.
Certainly hasn't nor will it age as well as the other 3, but I have fond memories of playing this. I'm sure it still looks awesome too. It's what Naughty Dog does.
I'm a fan of indulgence, but those dream sequences suck to play.
Had a bunch of fun playing cooperative Terrorist Hunt missions.
Not a good game, but I certainly played a lot of the local multiplayer with a relative.
StarBreeze made good games. This is one of them--if not their best one. Fundamental early 360 gaming.
Adored the sense of humour this game has, and it sports FMV action. My jam.
Everybody loves this one. And for good reason: fun as hell to swing your way through New York.
I ain't no weeb, but this game is colourful and boasts a pretty-as-a-picture environment to run around in. Naruto might be a cultural joke, but this game deserves to be played.
Wonky Eastern European game design done right. I can't imagine the amount of time I spent just running around marveling at the drab and dreary environments while trying desperately not to be gunned downed. Survival gaming at its most enjoyable.
Some indie nonsense I don't remember.
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