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« on: January 02, 2016, 09:27:11 PM »

Let the new year begin!  2015 is here, a year with lots of good games, but nothing that really stood out as great.

-   Star Wars:  The Old Republic (Hutt Cartel, Shadows of Revan, Knights of the Fallen Empire Xpacs) - PC (Jan 6) - C- for Hutt, B+ for Revan, A for KotFE.  A very good set of expansions overall.  Took the story in some interesting directions, with a heavy focus on story instead of MMO'ing.  Hutt was pretty bland, but the other two were fantastic.  33 hours (on top of the 55 spent in the class story).
-  Astebreed - PS4 (April 3) - B.  A completely insane SHUMP.  I honestly didn't have the slightest clue what the hell was going on, other than some anime girl screaming at me in Japanese while I tried not to be consumed in bullet hell.  Other than that, it was a pretty fun couple of hours. 2 hours.
-  Pony Island - PC (April 5) - B?.  One of the more peculiar games I've ever played.  Not even really sure what to make of it, but I enjoyed it.  I think.
-  Final Fantasy XIV Heavensward - PC (ongoing) - This will be an ongoing entry on the list, since it takes up the bulk of my gaming time.  Finished all the MSQ and main side quests up through 3.3.  ALL THE HOURS.
-  Epistory:  A Typing Adventure - PC (April 30) - A-.  Typing of the Dead meets Zelda by way of Bastion.  Far more fun than it had any right to be with a surprisingly touching and compelling story.  6 hours.
-  Final Fantasy Triple Triad - iOS (via the FF Portal app) - Sept 1 - B.  It's the same Triple Triad we've seen before, but includes a ranking system of AI opponents.  I'm still in the process of collecting all the cards (some of which seem impossible, since online matches are apparently non-existant), but I ran through all three tiers of AI opponents.  Generally play at least 8 matches a day.
-  Rise of the Tomb Raider  - PS4 (November 18) - A-.  Not quite the amazing breath of fresh air the reboot was, but RotTR was still very, very good.  It didn't click at all the first time I played it, but gave it another look on PS4 and couldn't put it down.  Really fun stuff.
-  Titanfall 2 - PC (Nov 27) - A-.  I'm not so one who generally plays shooters, but found myself completely engrossed in this. Jumping around like Nightcrawler was nearly as much fun as stomping around in a mech, which was a pleasant surprise. A couple levels were absolutely brilliant, especially the "time travel" one. Doubt I'll touch the multiplayer, but the 7 hour campaign was definitely worth the $40.

Currently Playing
-  Dishonored 2 (PC)
-  Jade Empire (iOS)
-  Banner Saga 2 (iOS)

Played and Gave Up On
-  Divinity Original Sin (PS4):  I tried.  I really did try.  Started it twice on PC and once on PS4, and simply came away frustrated every time.  Something about this game simply just doesn't click with me at all.
-  Xenoblade Chronicles X (WiiU):  I'm torn on this one.  One one hand, the exploration elements were absolutely fantastic...probably the best I've ever experienced in a game.  On the other hand, it was willfully obtuse, the story was dull, and the lack of explanation for, well, anything eventually drove me away.  41 hours.
-  Undertale (PC):  Got all the way up to the final boss, but there's no way my shabby twitch reflexes could get past him.  I'm bummed, as I was really hoping to finish this one.  7 hours
-  Final Fantasy Explorers (3DS):  Turns out I just don't like the Monster Hunter formula, even when it's got a FF wrapper.  7 hours.
-  Stella Glow (3DS):  Decent enough SRPG, just not much personality.  Kept drifting away every time I went back to it. 8 hours.
-  Rebel Galaxy (PS4):  Never really got it's hooks into me, mainly because I couldn't wrap my brain around the combat. 2 hours.
-  Guild Wars 2 (PC):  Got up to level 72 with my Asuran Warrior, finally burned out on the final levels because it was nothing but events (no heart quests).  Hoping to go back and actually finish the main story at some point.  83 hours.
-  Pillars of Eternity (PC):  It makes me sad that the last two games in my once-favorite genre (western CRPG) have fallen entirely flat.  10 hours.
-  Shadows of Mordor (PC):  Nope, didn't like it much more on PC than I did on PS4.  1 hour.
-  Blade & Soul (PC):  A promising MMO to start, but turned into far more of a twitch-fest than I liked.  40'ish hours
-  Dragon's Dogma (PC):  It's a shame the pawn system was completely broken when it released.  I played for about 5 hours before they finally got it fixed, and by that time I didn't feel like going back and starting over again (for a fourth time).  
-  FIFA16 (PS4).  Lots of fun, even if I completely sucked at it.
-  Black Desert Online (PC).  BDO is so obtuse that I simply couldn't break it's code, even with help from a group of IRL friends.  What I did manage to figure out, I didn't really like all that much.  Too much work for a mediocre payoff.  15 hours.
-  Fire Emblem Birthright (3DS).  Hey look, another FE game that I play for 6-10 hours then get bored with.  I really need to stop thinking that "this one will be different" when it comes to FE games.
-  Abyss Odyssey (PC).  Looked pretty and sounded good, but ended up being too much fighting game and not enough action/platformer for my tastes.  1 hour.
-  Doom (PC).  Was hoping it would scratch the same over-the-top, uberviolent itch that Bulletstorm did.  I found myself simply bored more than anything.  2 hours.
-  Dungeons 2 (PC).   A rather uninspired Dungeon Keeper clone...or maybe I'm just over that style of game.  Either way, it was one and done.  2 hours.
-  Crypt of the Necrodancer (PC).  I kept hearing such awesome things about this game.  I like both rougelike and rhythm games, so it should be right up my alley, right?  Not so much...I found it to be more annoying than anything.  1 hour.
-  Fallout 4 (PC).  Felt like nothing more than a FO3 expansion, which is a game I had completely burned out on ages ago.  2 hours.
-  Bloodborne (PS4).  Hahahahaha...nope.  2 hours
-  Sword Coast Legends (PC).  Got the final boss before figuring out that he required a very specific sort of party build (all ranged).  I had been selling all my ranged equipment for the past 15 hours, so while i could spec a couple characters as ranged, they wouldn't have any equipment.  Frustrating, as I had quite enjoyed the game up until that point.  28 hours.
-  Odin Sphere Leifthrasir (PS4).  Beautiful and fun, but basically playing through the same game 5 times as different characters didn't hold much appeal.  Finished the first couple, that was good enough.  11 hours
-  World of Warcraft (PC).  Seems my tolerance level for WoW is right around 15 levels.  I simply end up bored at that point and move on to something else. 15'ish hours
-  Riders of Icarus (PC).  An utterly generic Korean MMO with a somewhat unique aspect of being able to tame all the animals in the game world.  Which (of course) almost immediately bumps you up against a paywall. 10 hours
-  Dragon Quest Heroes:  World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below (PS4). An interesting mash-up of RPG and musou, but ultimately the basic hack-n-slash gameplay mixed with tower defense got pretty boring.  5 hours.
-  Bravely Second (DS).  Liked it less and less the more I played.  Finally just got fed up and quit around the 36 hour mark.
-  Overwatch (PC).  Liked it better than most team-based shooters, but still not really my thing.
-  Final Fantasy XIII - Lightning Returns (PC).  Tried three times, just couldn't get into this one at all.  Not even sure just didn't click.
-  Unraveled (PS4).  Looks incredible, but the actual gameplay leaves a lot to be desired.  All the charm in the world can't overcome the crappy puzzles and shoddy platforming.
-  Elder Scrolls Online (PC).  Looks like one time through was enough, as I couldn't generate much interest to go through the same quests and explorations all over again.  20 hours.
-  Grim Dawn (PC).  A decent enough Diablo clone, but it got waaaaaay too repetitive and I lost patience with it.  26 hours.
-  Inside (PC).  While it looked amazing, this devs particular brand of puzzle solving doesn't jive with my brain.  Like, at all.  I ended up constantly frustrated trying to figure out what to do next, and relying solely on walkthroughs (same issue I had with Limbo).  2.5 hours.
-  Neverwinter (PS4).  Fun jumping back in, but it's really a very mediocre MMO.  Got up to the mid-levels (41) before hitting the bug that locked me out of zones. Was bored and drifted off to other things. 40'ish hours.
-  Riptide GT Renegade (PS4).  A fun arcade racer that brought back good memories of Hydro Thunder and Jet Moto.  Really damn difficult though.
-  Risen 3 (PC).  This one always looked fun in a b-movie, "so bad it's good" sort of way.  Turns out, it's so bad it's just...bad.  3 hours.
-  FFX HD (PS4).  I just can't bring myself to run through the gauntlet of end-game bosses for a third time.  
-  Mass Effect 3 (PC).  Just not terribly compelling a second time through.  Surprised me how uninterested I was, since I loved my first playthrough.  (4 hours)
-  Tree of Savior (PC).  Diablo with FF Tactics graphics, awful lag, and horrible framerate.  Couple hours before getting bored.
-  Monster Hunter Generations (3DS).  Nope, still doesn't click.  Just like the Fire Emblem series, I just need to quit buying these, no matter how many times they say "the best place for beginners to start"
-  7th Dragon III:  Code VFD (3DS).  Fun, but kinda generic tbh.  Felt a little like Shin Megami Tensai, but wasn't interesting enough to keep me from wandering away (14 hours)
-  Aragami (PS4).  A fantastic Tenchu inspired romp, with absolutely horrible boss battles.  Got up to the final boss and spent over 3 hours trying, but couldn't beat him.  A for most of the game, F- for the bosses.  (16 hours)
-  Icewind Dale (iOS).  Still might futz around and finish this, but kinda got bored about midway through. 10 hours.
-  Ember (iOS).  I decent enough callback to the old Infinity Engine games, but the story really ran out of steam around the 12 hour mark.
-  Lichtspeer (PC).  A goofy game about throwing light spears into tophat wearing zombies and hipster giants.  Fun in small doses, but feels kinda like a slightly bigger flash game.  2 hours.
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« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2016, 09:43:02 PM »

24 games finished last year, one of my "worst" results in a long while. Games are getting too big and too filled with "content", which makes it harder to complete a bunch of them than it used to be, and rarely in a good way.

Previous years:

Games Finished in 2016

  • ABZŰ
  • Batman: Arkham Origins
  • Day of the Tentacle Remastered
  • Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
  • Doom 2016
  • Hitman - Episodes 1, 2, 3
  • Inside
  • No Man's Sky - Finished the Path of the Atlas
  • Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition
  • Rise of the Tomb Raider
  • Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition
  • Trials of the Blood Dragon
  • The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine
  • The Witcher 3: Hearts of Stone
  • The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
  • Wolfenstein: The Old Blood

Oculus Rift
  • Edge of Nowhere
  • Farlands
  • Lucky's Tale

  • Assassin's Creed: Syndicate - Platinum trophy
  • God of War 3 Remastered
  • Ratchet & Clank
  • Uncharted 4
  • The Witness

  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Spirit of Justice
  • Pokémon Omega Ruby
  • Pokémon White Version 2
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« Reply #2 on: January 02, 2016, 11:36:47 PM »

Have to agree with you on that one, Tilt. Hence my rant last year in the Mad Max thread. Collectibles? Done. Collectibles as content? GTFO. I've had it. I'll focus on story and side quests only, but if the side quests are all about FedEx, then I'm out of those as well.

2016 list:

Just Cause 3 (PS4)
LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (PC)
Stardew Valley (PC) - took it as far as I wanted to, which counts as a win in my book
Uncharted: Drake's Fortune (PS4)
Evoland (PC)
Dungeons II (PC)
Rebel Galaxy (PC)
Uncharted 2 (PS4)
Skyrim (PC)
Rebuild 3: Gangs of Deadsville (PC)
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« Reply #3 on: January 03, 2016, 03:57:45 AM »

2009: Total 41 games (also known as unemployed year)
2010: Total 11 games
2011: Total 15 games
2012: Total 16 games  
2013: Total 15 games
2014: Total 19 games (short one game from my goal..)
2015: Total 24 games !!!!

1. XBOX One: Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (100% complete)
2. PC: Blackguards 2
3. PC: Street Fighter V (story mode, shortest ever!) 2/17
4. PC: Resident Evil Revelations 2 (3/7)
5. PC: Crysis Warhead (4/13)
6. PC: Battlefield: Hardline (7/5)
7. PC: Division *Story mode* (9/25)
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« Reply #4 on: January 03, 2016, 09:55:42 AM »

Max Payne 3
Gears of War 3
Rise of the Tomb Raider
Mad Max
Assassins Creed: Syndicate
Farcry Primal
Sniper Elite III
Uncharted 4
The Witcher 3
Dying Light + The Following

#Finished previous years

2015: 15
2014: 16
2013: 17
2012: 13
2011: 15
2010: 13
2009: 14
2008: 10
2007: 11
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« Reply #5 on: January 04, 2016, 03:44:37 AM »

2015 is the year to be known as Open-World-Overload.  This lead to my lack of completion on many games.  I also have a few month stint in World of Warships and a number of unbeatable games like Cities Skylines and various survival/crafting games to thank for that.  

Rebel Galaxy - All around great game.  Elite Dangerous "lite" or Privateer mixed with a Black Flag's combat.  I finally decided to wrap up the campaign rather than keep pushing for some of the longer achievements.  I may return to it someday to replay with a smaller ship or go for pirate.  
Assassin's Creed:  Syndicate - The cure-all to those burned by Unity.  Decent story, great looking city with more ways to get around it.  Likable characters and an actual memorable villain.  
The Division -  I am putting this here as I finished up the main game and have spent some time in the dark zone.  Got a bit too much "ubisoft open world syndrome" at the end, but I did enjoy it enough for the ~50 hours I spent in it.  Keeping it installed for random DZ days and to see what the DLC looks like down the road.  
Halo CE on Heroic - Played co-op with my son, and while the experience was fun, I had forgotten how annoyingly bad the level design could be at times.  Far too many recycled levels, repeated sections and outright bad design where we basically had to dig around to find out where to go. 

Currently Playing

Fallout 4
Dragon's Dogma
Ori and the Blind Forest
Assassin's Creed Rogue
Steam Sale etc....

Benched, awaiting Eye of Sauron effect:
Mad Max
Just Cause 3

Rebel Galaxy
The Division
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« Reply #6 on: January 12, 2016, 05:24:48 PM »

Total Games Finished in 2016 - [87]

Space Pilgrim Episode One - 1/9 (Try)
AR-K - 1/12 (Try)
South Park The Stick of Truth - 1/21 (Buy)
Mafia 2 - 1/29 (Buy)
A Story About My Uncle - 1/30 (Try)
Stealth Inc 2 - 2/5 (Try)
No One Lives Forever - 3/16 (Buy)
No One Lives Forever 2 - 3/19 (Buy)
Battle Realms - 3/26 (Try)
Wing Commander Prophecy - 3/26 (Try)
Giants Citizen Kabuto - 4/8 (Try)
Zork Grand Inquisitor - 4/9 (Try)
Curse of Monkey Island - 4/11 (Buy)
The Longest Journey - 4/19 (Buy)
Mass Effect - 4/29 (Buy)
Mass Effect 2 + DLC - 5/12 (Buy)
Space Pilgrim Episode II - 5/15 (Buy)
Space Pilgrim Episode III - 5/17 (Buy)
Lara Croft and the Guardian of Light - 5/20 (Buy)
Outland - 5/23 (Try)
Mercenary Kings - 5/27 (Try)
Freedom Planet - 5/30 (Buy)
Strider - 6/14 (Buy)
Space Pilgrim Episode IV - 6/15 (Buy)
Deus Ex Human Revolution - 7/1 (Buy)
Half Life 2 - 7/10 (Buy)
Portal - 7/11 (Try)
Sam & Max 101 Culture Shock - 7/12 (Buy)
Sam & Max 102 Situation Comedy - 7/13 (Try)
Sam & Max 103 The Mole the Mob and the Meatball - 7/14 (Buy)
Sam & Max 104 Abe Lincoln Must Die - 7/15 (Buy)
Sam & Max 105 Reality 2.0 - 7/16 (Try)
Sam & Max 106 Bright Side of the Moon - 7/17 (Try)
Sam & Max 201 Ice Station Santa - 7/18 (Try)
Sam & Max 202 Moai Better Blues - 7/20 (Try)
Portal 2 - 7/22 (Buy)
Sam & Max 203 Night of the Raving Dead - 7/24 (Try)
Sam & Max 204 Chariots of the Dogs - 7/27 (Buy)
Sam & Max 205 What's New Beelzebub? 7/28 (Buy)
Batman Arkham Asylum - 8/4 (Buy)
The Stanley Parable - 8/4 (Pass)
Batman Arkham City - 8/18 (Buy)
Prince of Persia The Forgotten Sands - 8/24 (Try)
Star Wars Jedi Knight Dark Forces II - 8/31 (Pass)
Mike Tyson's Punch Out - 9/5 (Try)
Mega Man - 9/7 (Pass)
Mega Man 2 - 9/8 (Try)
Ninja Gaiden - 9/9 (Try)
Super Mario Bros. - 9/10 (Try)
Super Mario Bros 2 - 9/10 (Try)
Bad Dudes - 9/10 (Try)
Contra - 9/11 (Try)
Chip & Dale Rescue Rangers - 9/11 (Try)
1942 - 9/10 (Avoid)
River City Ransom - 9/14 (Pass)
Chip & Dale Rescue Rangers 2 - 9/15 (Pass)
Jaws - 9/12 (Avoid)
Mega Man 3 - 9/14 (Try)
Darkwing Duck - 9/11 (Try)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - 9/16 (Avoid)
Adventures of Lolo - 9/16 (Try)
Mega Man 4 - ? (Pass)
Mega Man 5 - ? (Pass)
Zelda II The Adventure of Link - 9/25 (Try)
Mega Man 6 - 9/26 (Try)
Grim Legends The Forsaken Bride - 9/29 (Try)
Mythic Wonders The Philosophers Stone - 9/30 (Try)
Grim Legends 2 Song of the Dark Swan - 10/1 (Try)
1943 - ? (Try)
Prison Architect - 10/7 (Try)
Vampire Legends The True Story of Kisilova - 10/9 (Try)
Eventide Slavic Fable - 10/10 (Try)
Dark Heritage Guardians of Hope - 10/12 (Pass)
Brink of Consciousness Dorian Grey Syndrome - 10/14 (Pass)
Crime Secrets Crimson Lily - 10/15 (Try)
The Secret Order 2 Masked Intent - 10/18 (Try)
The Secret Order 3 Ancient Times - 10/22 (Try)
Grim Legends 3 The Dark City - 10/24 (Try)
House of 1000 Doors Family Secrets - 10/27 (Try)
House of 1000 Doors The Palm of Zoroaster - 10/29 (Try)
Tomb Raider - 11/11 (Buy)
Psychonauts - 11/24 (Buy)
AR-K Gone with the Sphere - 11/25 (Buy)
AR-K The Girl Who Wasn't There - 11/25 (Buy)
AR-K The Great Escape - 11/25 (Buy)
Perils of Man - 11/28 (Buy)
Blade Kitten - 12/2 (Buy)

Games I have given up on
Baldur's Gate
Star Trek Armada 2
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« Reply #7 on: January 17, 2016, 12:04:53 AM »

-  Game of Thrones (Ep 1-6, aka Season 1)

Currently Playing
- Homeworld: Deserts of Kharak

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« Reply #8 on: January 18, 2016, 12:50:47 PM »

Quote from: biggercup on January 03, 2016, 03:57:45 AM

2009: Total 41 games (also known as unemployed year)
2010: Total 11 games
2011: Total 15 games
2012: Total 16 games 
2013: Total 15 games
2014: Total 19 games (short one game from my goal..)
2015: Total 24 games !!!!

1/17 XBOX One: Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (100% complete)
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« Reply #9 on: January 22, 2016, 04:42:57 AM »

Finished in 2016

Dying Light - Finished the last 3 missions of the main story after playing over 30 hours when it first came out.
Batman Arkham Knight - Finally got to it after it would run on my machine.
Halo 4 - Played with a friend in co-op and had a blast, finished the previous 3 late last year now moving onto Halo 5.

Currently Playing
System Shock 2 - Started about 10 times over the years and this is the farthest I've gotten, hope I continue.
Witcher 3 - Over 80 hours and just got to Skillege so I think I still have a ton to do.
Dance of the Necromancer - Love it but tough, not sure I'll ever be able to finish. 

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« Reply #10 on: March 02, 2016, 06:32:14 PM »

Dragon's Dogma on the PC!
Fallout New Vegas (I think I finished this?  Quit before doing all DLC missions though)

Played and gave up on:
Ty the Tasmanian Tiger 4
Trash TV
Nuclear Throne
The Swindle

Waiting on more updates to continue (some Early Access):
Maximum Override
The Solus Project
MX vs ATV Supercross Encore
Just Cause 3
Next Car Game: Wreckfest

Still playing (or hoping to):
Grim Dawn
Victor Vran
Dirt Rally
Gravity Rush Remastered

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« Reply #11 on: March 10, 2016, 02:49:01 AM »

Games Finished
Taco Master (Vita) - Platinum Trophy
Hatsune Miku : Project Diva F 2 (PS3 - 115 hours, Platinum Trophy)
Professor Layton & The Unwound Future (DS - 32 hours)
Life Is Strange (PS4, Platinum Trophy)
Game of Thrones : A Telltale Series (PS4, Platinum Trophy)
LEGO Batman 2 (Vita, Platinum Trophy)
The Blackwell Legacy (PC, 5 hours)
Tales From The Borderlands (PS4, Platinum Trophy)
Pokemon Picross (3DS, 86 hours)
Return To Popolocrois (3DS, 64 hours)
Uncharted 4 : A Thief's End (PS4, 23 hours, 24% Trophies)

Casual Games Finished - 12 (The Hunt For Red Panda, Ice Cream Craze : Natural Hero, Laruaville 4, Samantha Swift & The Mystery From Atlantis, Imperial Island 2, Murder She Wrote 2, Roads of Rome 2, Dark Parables : Rise of The Snow Queen, Delicious : Emily's Home Sweet Home, Azkend, Awakening : Moonfell Wood, Silver Tale)
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« Reply #12 on: September 04, 2016, 07:15:43 AM »

Quote from: biggercup on January 03, 2016, 03:57:45 AM

2009: Total 41 games (also known as unemployed year)
2010: Total 11 games
2011: Total 15 games
2012: Total 16 games  
2013: Total 15 games
2014: Total 19 games (short one game from my goal..)
2015: Total 24 games !!!!

1. XBOX One: Lego Batman 3: Beyond Gotham (100% complete)
2. PC: Blackguards 2
3. PC: Street Fighter V (story mode, shortest ever!) 2/17
4. PC: Resident Evil Revelations 2 (3/7)
5. PC: Crysis Warhead (4/13)
6. Battlefield: Hardline (7/5)
7. PS4: Street Fighter V (Story mode)

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