Completed

These are the games I've completed. There might be some titles I'm forgetting but for the most part, I'm pretty selective with what I play.

If you're wondering I purchase all of my games digitally now when I can. Sure, it's nice seeing a collection on the shelf but I own a significantly big DVD & Blu-ray collection as it is. Plus, I like my games to be compact and available in one place anytime & anywhere. I think Steam changed my perspective on things.

Game Release Date GameSpot Score Speeny's Score

A Hat in Time

PC - Great game. Extremely nostalgic. The "Seal the Deal" DLC is pretty challenging though.

8

Batman: Arkham Asylum

PS3 - This was good. My least favourite in the Arkham series though. (I haven't played Origins.)

7

Batman: Arkham City

PS4 - Great game.

8

Batman: Arkham Knight

PC - My favourite out of the 3 that I've played. I think the Batmobile missions were a little tedious, but it's what the game needed.

9

Brave: The Search for Spirit Dancer

PS2 - As a kid I was so eager to play this game waiting for it's release. Upon replaying it...mediocre at best. It's different, but not necessarily in a good or bad way. "Meh" is the best way to describe a game like this.

5

Doki Doki Literature Club!

PC - I played this game with my sister. It's boring as hell for the most part. I guess you only play it for the "shock value."

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4

Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past

I played the 3DS remake. Great game. The only DQ game I've actually ever played from start to finish. I think it was probably very ahead of it's time when it was first released on the PS1. I remember having to look up playthrough's to get an idea of what to do with certain items.

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9

Final Fantasy VII

PC - A classic. & I only played it for the first time ever this year...(2019) The introduction/set-up is one of the most memorable moments in the game. It's extremely exciting. The story is fairly complex but it's easy enough to grasp what's going on. I beat Safer Sephiroth on my first attempt. (With great effort. My hands were shaking violently.) Though I had trouble with Bizzaro Sephiroth trying to work out how to actually defeat it even though it wasn't all that challenging.

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10

Final Fantasy X / X-2 HD Remaster

PC - I only played X. It's a great game. I'd say I even prefer it compared to VII. I remember when I owned X on the PS2...cinematic cutscenes amazed me. They still look good even now. To be honest I cheesed my way through the last few bosses of the game making sure that all of my characters limit gauges & Yuna's summons were up. I was playing it for the story honestly. As I think a lot of people do with the FF games.

8

Forward to the Sky

PC - A cute little game. It wasn't anything great though. Challenging here and there. You could beat it within an hour most likely.

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Grabbed by the Ghoulies

Xbox One/Rare Replay Collection - I used to be obsessed with this game as a kid. Might of been the only reason I ever bought an OG Xbox.

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Halo: Combat Evolved

PC - A perfect classic. I played this in 2010 with a bunch of friends on the original Xbox. But, beat it later on the PC.

10

Heavy Rain

PS4 - A game that kept me on the edge of my seat the entire way through. I only let one character die during my playthrough. The ending I got was good but it wasn't the "perfect" ending.

9

Jak and Daxter Collection

PS3- I only played Precursor Legacy. But from what I've played of Jak II it's my favourite out of the 3.

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Jotun

PC - Great artwork & animations. It's challenging.

6

Kao the Kangaroo Round 2

PC - A hidden gem in my opinion. It's nothing fantastic to most people but I enjoyed it for what it was. The voice acting is cheesy, I'll say that much.

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8

Kingdom Hearts

PS2 - I remember a friend beat the final boss for me back in the day. Even though I've played through all of the games available now, it was nice seeing the ending to this game back then.

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Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 ReMIX

PS4 - I can say a lot about the Kingdom Hearts games. But for this collection I'll list them: Kingdom Hearts is good. I managed to get the Ultima Weapon fairly easily this time around. (On my PS3 copy it took me a lot longer.) I also defeated most of the side bosses. (Except for the Phantom.) Chain of Memories is extremely significant in terms of it's story. But I just couldn't stand the gameplay. There was one card that I used to pretty much cheese my way through most of the boss fights nearing the end. (It might of been called Lethal Flame.) I also remember having an extremely difficult time with the Alice in Wonderland boss. On top of that, the day I finished the Sora playthrough I started up Riku's. I ended up saving over my completed Sora file...yup. Took me an entire day to replay.

8

Kingdom Hearts HD 2.5 ReMIX

PS4 - Kingdom Hearts II is my favourite game out of all of them I'd say. Followed by Birth By Sleep. Dream Drop Distance was okay...I found it to be kind of a drag though.

8

Kingdom Hearts III

PS4 - What can I say about this game? Well, in the most simplest of ways I didn't like it very much. It honestly felt rushed and kind of forced. Far too many cutscenes. It was a shame that all of the worlds were shown off before release too. It's not terrible, but it definitely doesn't deserve the overall rating it was given.

4

Kirby Star Allies

Switch - It's a Kirby game. It was fun. Soul Melter was difficult. I did beat it though.

7

Kirby's Adventure

3DS/GBC - This was fine. It's the first Kirby game, so it was a great introduction.

6

Kirby's Return to Dream Land

Wii - I played the majority of this multiplayer with a friend. It's good fun.

8

Kirby: Nightmare in Dream Land

GBA - A lot of nostalgia with this one. Played this a long time ago. It was worth it though.

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7

Kirby: Triple Deluxe

3DS - I think this is my favourite Kirby game from what I've played. It does a lot of little things right.

9

Klonoa: Door to Phantomile

I played the Wii game. It was difficult. Especially when I 100% it. I remember the last few stages being tricky.

7

Mario Kart: Double Dash!!

Gamecube - Played this with a friend. I think this may be my favourite Mario Kart game. The tracks are great. We had trouble with Mirror Mode - Star Cup - Rainbow Road.

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10

Mega Man Battle Network

GBA - I love the Mega Man Battle Network games. This was good. I look forward to playing the others later down the line.

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Mirror's Edge

PC - Good game. It's quick to beat. Visuals and atmosphere still holds up today.

6

New Super Mario Bros. U

Switch - I think I prefer New Super Mario Bros. Wii. But, this one was fun too. I played by myself though. Where's the fun in that, right? It was a challenge. Especially when getting all of the star coins. (Though I never ended up completing Super Star Road.)

7

New Super Mario Bros. Wii

Wii - This was great fun. I played this with a friend. I remember we stacked up on lives in one of the ghost house levels.

8

Overcooked!

Switch - This is a fun game. It's challenging but not to the point where you want to rage quit. I remember the final stage being very difficult. We got 3 stars on all stages. A nice achievement I guess you could say.

8

Overcooked! 2

Switch - I prefer the first game. Though, this is good. The final stage isn't as hard in this though. We got 3 stars on pretty much everything. (Excluding most Kevin levels.) There is however, new game plus. Which we never played.

7

PoPoLoCrois

PSP - I could say so much about this game. But to keep things sweet & short and say that it's a hidden gem and a must play for somebody who loves JRPG's. Quite possibly my favourite video game. I still wish the original PS1 titles were translated but I highly doubt it will ever happen. My aunt bought me this for Christmas one year & I've thanked her ever since.

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10

Pokemon Diamond / Pearl / Platinum Version

DS - I played all of the games, though only remember ever beating Diamond. Platinum is the better game imo however.

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Pokemon FireRed / LeafGreen Version

GBA. I played Leaf Green. I had great difficulty beating the Elite Four but t'was only because I was young and didn't know what types were effective against what.

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Pokemon Ranger

DS - I remember this being alright. Fairly short though. I think I had trouble with the last boss/capture. Wasn't it Raikou?

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Pokemon Red / Blue / Yellow / Green Version

3DS/GBC - I played Yellow. Completed the Pokedex too. Did it feel great to accomplish something like that? Not really.

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Pokemon Ruby / Sapphire / Emerald Version

GBA. I played Sapphire, but I think I only beat ever Emerald.

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Pokemon X / Y

3DS - I played X. It was a pretty amazing experience due to everything being 3D. But I've grown out of Pokemon now and don't have much interest in the newer titles.

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Pokemon XD: Gale of Darkness

Gamecube - I actually really liked this game. I don't remember much of it, but I remember finishing it. I was pretty satisfied too.

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Psychonauts

PC - Awesome game. I'm looking forward to the sequel even though it may be pretty underwhelming. This game has aged really well and it's still as great as ever.

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10

Rayman 2: The Great Escape

PC - I'd say I prefer the original game over this. I enjoy Rayman more as a 2D side scroller personally. The camera can be awful at times, and the levels that involved riding the shells...the controls were very sensitive. I'll forgive it though seeing as it gets praised for what it did with 3D technology. The last boss fight is a good challenge. Only because your head is spinning half the time.

5

Rayman 3: Hoodlum Havoc

PC - This is a better game than Rayman 2 in my opinion. Better than the original though? No. It's a very different game compared to the previous titles. I didn't really like the voice acting though. Maybe the game came off as a little bit "campy" at times. It also provided very little challenge.

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7

Rayman Forever

PC - Quite possibly the hardest game I've played. I can finally say I've beaten it and it was fun. It's difficult. Though I wouldn't say it's as hard as people make it out to be. I wasn't getting too frustrated until the last quarter of the game. You need to have a lot of patience with it. It forces you to memorise certain patterns and what not. The levels take practice sometimes. In my opinion the hardest levels were Space Mama's Crater & Eat at Joe's. Mr. Dark was a pretty tricky final boss too but only the second phase.

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8

Rayman Origins

PC - This was a good game. I think it really went back to Rayman's 2D side-scrolling roots. It offered the perfect balance of difficulty. Not too hard yet, not too easy. (I did complete Land Of The Livid Dead by the way.) For some reason though, I still consider the first Rayman to be my favourite. I have yet to play Legends...maybe that'll change my mind?

7

Shantae and the Pirate's Curse

PC - I love the Shantae games. They're short & sweet and easy to 100% complete. (Yeah, I know...) There's not much I can say about this other than it's equally as good as the rest of them.

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9

Shantae: Half-Genie Hero

PC - This was actually the first Shantae game that I played. I've been in love since.

9

Shantae: Risky's Revenge

PC - Again, equally as good as the rest.

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9

Sly Cooper Collection

PS3 - I think the Sly games are some of my favourites. Sly 1 being my least favourite...Sly 3, and then I'd consider Sly 2 to be the best game in the trilogy.

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8

Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time

PS3 - Awesome experience. Equally as good as previous 3. It's a close tie between which is my favourite : Thieves in Time or Sly 2?

9

Super Mario Odyssey

Switch - The hype was met with this one. I'd consider it to be a perfect Mario game. Maybe the best to date? I did cheese my way through the last quarter of the Darker Side. (Where you fly past.) I kind of felt guilty not even giving it a proper go, but I had enough difficulty with obtaining some of the Moons so I wanted to just consider the game beaten.

10

The Crooked Man

PC - Surprisingly, this was pretty scary. Considering the 2D sprites and all.

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The Last of Us

PS3 - I completed the PS3 game on the hardest difficulty. It was a surreal experience. Nothing quite like it to be honest. I also own the game on the PS4.

9

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

3DS - Great game. I will soon hopefully go back and play the original though.

7

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

3DS - One of the greatest games I've played. & I can't quite put my finger on why it is so great. It's aged really well. I get a lot of nostalgia looking back on my time with it.

10

Ty the Tasmanian Tiger

PC - This is good. (Maybe I'm only saying that because I'm Australian though?) It's nice to hear authentic Aussie accents for once though. I remember the ending being abrupt.

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8

Uncharted: The Nathan Drake Collection

PS4- I played Uncharted 1 & 2 on the PS3 though. All of the games in this trilogy are good. Maybe the 2nd game is my least favourite for some reason though.

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Wii Sports

Wii - I don't think you can actually complete this game. But I added it anyway. It's a fun party game. Would be nice to see something similar come out sometime soon but I think games like these were meant to stay on the Wii.

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