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Topic   Can you complete a game for every system you own in 2020?

Antipop
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Well, it's a new year so shall we get into completing some games 'round here? As always, the goal of this challenge is to beat games on as many systems as possible in one calendar year. Nothing new there.

What is new however, is that in addition to monitoring the completion of specific systems, I'm going to keep up with the total number of individual games that everyone finishes. As you can see, everyone involved has their very own box which will serve to keep up both their systems and total games beaten. I've put mine in the format that I intend to use, but if everyone could just provide me with a list of their systems I can do the legwork of putting it together on this thread. Hopefully this will make it easier for everyone to keep up with their completions, as I realize not everyone is as anal as I am in monitoring their lists.

I'd like to give a shout-out to Razeak for coming up with the idea for this competition and I'm honored to carry the torch that he started. Well, that's about all I've got to say here, so let the gaming begin!


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Progress

1. 13/20 (65%)
2. 4/8 (50%)
3. 6/8 (75%)
4. 3/11 (27%)
5. 5/8 (63%)
6. 2/4 (50%)
7. 2/24 (8%)
8. 5/5 (100%)
9. 4/10 (40%)
10. 3/7 (43%)
11. 0/- (0%)
12. 8/29 (28%)
13. 11/13 (85%)
14. 4/25 (16%)
15. 2/2 (100%)
16. 5/7 (71%)
17. 6/32 (19%)
18. 23/32 (72%)
19. 8/20 (40%)
20. 9/38 (24%)
21. 12/18 (67%)
22. 1/6 (17%)
23. 5/8 (63%)
24. 6/23 (26%)
25. 1/3 (33%)


Total Games Beaten: 326

Top Users

1. coin sharif: 30 coin
2. Renaissance2K: 28
3. Slickriven: 26
4. EB, BloodPuppetX: 25
5. Bleed_DukeBlue: 23
Total Systems Covered: 142/359 (40%)

Top Users

1. coin Renaissance2K: 23 coin
2. Antipop: 13
3. Slickriven: 12
4. Gamerslyf: 11
5. sharif: 9


Unique Systems Covered: 37/56 (66%)


PC / Windows- check, Atari 2600- uncheck, Intellivision- uncheck, Commodore 64- uncheck, Atari 5200- uncheck, MSX- uncheck, Famicom- check, Nintendo Entertainment System- check, Sega Master System- uncheck, NEC PC Engine- check, NEC TurboGrafx-16 - uncheck, NEC PC Engine NEC CD-ROM 2- uncheck, Game Boy- check, Sega Genesis- check, Atari Lynx- uncheck, NEC Super Grafx- check, Neo Geo- check, Game Gear- check, Super Nintendo- check, CD-i (Compact Disc Interactive)- uncheck, Sega CD- uncheck, 3DO- check, Atari Jaguar- check, Sega 32X- check, Sega Nomad- uncheck, Sega Saturn- check, Virtual Boy- uncheck, PlayStation- check, Nintendo 64- check, image- check, Game Boy Color- check, Bandai WonderSwan- uncheck, Neo Geo Pocket Color- check, Sega Dreamcast- check, PlayStation 2- check, Game Boy Advance- check, image- uncheck, Nintendo GameCube- check, Microsoft Xbox- uncheck, Steam- uncheck, Nintendo DS- check, PlayStation Portable- uncheck, PlayStation 3- check, Nintendo Wii- check, Microsoft Xbox 360- check, image- check, Nintendo 3DS- check, PlayStation Vita- check, Nintendo Wii U- check, PlayStation 4- check, Microsoft Xbox One- check, Nintendo New 3DS Nintendo 3DS- check, Sony PlayStation VR - check, Nintendo Switch- check, Android/ Nvidia- uncheck, Google Stadia- check



Key: globe- 50% of systems completed, golden globe- 100% of systems completed, ghost- 0 games completed, Silver Star- 5 games completed, Gold Star- 10 games completed, Double Gold Star - 20 games completed (additional gold stars for every ten), coin- top user in games beaten/systems completed, Tad- user Tad

The following icons are earned when you complete at least two games in each category

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image- grown-ass man vidyagamer*

*Complete a game from the following series: Castlevania, DOOM, anything From Software, God of War and Contra. The first individual game that I included was Cuphead. If you feel like you beat a balls hard game and are deserving of this icon, post on here and the community will deem whether you earn it or not.




Antipop globe Gold Star image

Nintendo Entertainment System - Gargoyle's Quest II: The Demon Darkness, Super Dodge Ball
Game Boy -
Sega Genesis - Castlevania: Bloodlines
Super Nintendo - Mega Man X2
Sega Saturn -
PlayStation - Metal Gear Solid
Game Boy Color -
Nintendo 64 -
Sega Dreamcast - Grandia 2, 18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker
PlayStation 2 - Metal Slug (via SNK Arcade Classics Vol 1)
Game Boy Advance - Mega Man Zero
Nintendo GameCube -
Microsoft Xbox -
Nintendo DS -
Nintendo Wii - Bomberman '94 (NEC TurboGrafx-16 via Virtual Console)
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Double Dragon Neon, Bionic Commando Rearmed
Nintendo 3DS - Super Mario 3D Land
Nintendo Wii U - Shovel Knight: Plague of Shadows
PlayStation 4 - Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, Resident Evil 2
Nintendo Switch - Blazing Chrome
Unique Systems Covered: 13/20
Total Games Beaten: 17



Best1989 globe Gold Star

Super Nintendo -
PlayStation - Mr. Driller, Tomba!, Theme Hospital
Bandai WonderSwan -
Neo Geo Pocket Color - The Last Blade
Steam -
Nintendo 3DS -
PlayStation Vita - Musynx, Damascus Gear: Operation Osaka, Shovel Knight, Bastion, Cel Damage HD, Uncanny Valley, Minecraft, Furwind
Sony PlayStation 4 Pro - OnRush, Grim Fandango Remastered, forma.8, Uncharted 4, Mortal Kombat XL, Secret of Mana, The Shapeshifting Detective
Unique Systems Covered: 4/8
Total Games Beaten: 19



Bleed_DukeBlue globe Double Gold Star

PlayStation - Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (Super Nintendo via emulation)
PlayStation 3 -
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Portal 2, Fable: The Anniversary Edition
Apple -
PlayStation 4 - One Night Stand, Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn, Cardpocalypse, Slay the Spire, Bravo Team, Burly Men at Sea, Infamous: Second Son, Conan: Exiles, The Last of Us Remastered, Shovel Knight, Tacoma
Microsoft Xbox One - Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, Streets of Rage 4, Untitled Goose Game, Void Bastards
Sony PlayStation VR - Trover Saves the Universe, Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality, Sneaky Bears, Blindfold
Nintendo Switch - Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order
Unique Systems Covered: 6/8
Total Games Beaten: 23



BloodpuppetX Double Gold Star image image

NEC TurboGrafx-16 -
Sega Genesis -
PlayStation 2 -
Game Boy Advance - Spider-Man: Mysterio's Menace
Nintendo DS -
Nintendo Wii -
Microsoft Xbox 360 -
image - Shantae and the Seven Sirens
Nintendo 3DS -
Nintendo Wii U -
Nintendo Switch - Oceanhorn: Monster of Uncharted Seas, Hollow Knight, Owlboy, Super C, Operation C, Strikers 1945, Q-YO Blaster, Shadow of the Ninja, Strikers 1945 II, Strikers 1945 III, Tengai, Bury Me-My Love, Earthworms, Super Mario Bros., Mega Man ZX, Mega Man ZX: Advent, Raging Loop, Trials of Mana, Langrisser I, Pong Quest, Nightmares from the Deep 2, Astral Chain, Bendy and the Ink Machine, Psyvariar Delta
Unique Systems Covered: 3/11
Total Games Beaten: 25



Darkfact globe Silver Star image

PC / Windows - Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, World of Warcraft Classic
Sega Genesis -
PlayStation 3 -
image- Super Mario Run
Nintendo 3DS -
PlayStation 4 - Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Persona 5: Royal
Microsoft Xbox One - Super Hot
Nintendo Switch - Super Mario Bros.
Unique Systems Covered: 5/8
Total Games Beaten: 7



Dasgessabel globe

Sega Genesis -
Steam -
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Dead Space
Sony PlayStation 4 Pro - Resident Evil 3
Unique Systems Covered: 2/4
Total Games Beaten: 2



DragonmasterDX

Nintendo Entertainment System -
Sega Genesis -
Game Boy -
Super Nintendo -
Virtual Boy -
PlayStation -
Nintendo 64 -
Sega Dreamcast -
PlayStation 2 -
image -
Game Boy Advance -
Nintendo GameCube -
Microsoft Xbox -
Nintendo DS -
PlayStation Portable -
PlayStation 3 - Plants Versus Zombies: Garden Warfare
Nintendo Wii -
Microsoft Xbox 360 -
Nintendo 3DS -
PlayStation Vita -
Nintendo Wii U -
PlayStation 4 -
Microsoft Xbox One -
Nintendo Switch - Animal Crossing New Horizons
Unique Systems Covered: 2/24
Total Games Beaten: 2



EB golden globe Double Gold Star

PC / Windows - Portal, Portal 2, What Remains of Edith Finch, Q.U.B.E Director's Cut, Quadrilateral Cowboy, The Room Three, Gunpoint
PlayStation 4 - Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Bioshock Infinite, Mark of the Ninja Remastered, Bioshock, The Last of Us Remastered, Spider-Man, Denied Access, Tomb Raider Definitive Edition, Sayonara Wild Hearts, Rise of the Tomb Raider
Microsoft Xbox One - Untitled Goose Game, My Friend Pedro, Superhot, Mirror's Edge Catalyst
Nintendo New 3DS imageXL - Gunman Clive (counted as Nintendo New 3DS Nintendo 3DS), Shovel Knight, Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment
Nintendo Switch - Celeste
Unique Systems Covered: 5/5
Total Games Beaten: 25



ErickRPG Gold Star image

Sega Genesis-
PlayStation - Lunar: Silver Star Story Complete
image - Sunset Riders, King of Dragons, Captain Commando, Vigilante
PlayStation 2 - Champions: Return to Arms
Game Boy Advance -
Nintendo DS -
PlayStation Portable -
Microsoft Xbox 360 -
Nintendo 3DS -
Nintendo Switch - Ni no Kuni, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, Langrisser I & II, Animal Crossing New Horizons
Unique Systems Covered: 4/10
Used To Own: Sega Nomad, Super Nintendo frown
Total Games Beaten: 10



Finn Gold Star

PC / Windows - Warcraft 3
Nintendo Entertainment System -
Super Nintendo -
PlayStation 3 -
PlayStation Vita - Iron Snout, Jack 'n Jill DX, Gravity Duck
PlayStation 4 - FullBlast, Iron Snout, Jack 'n Jill DX, Gravity Duck, Iro Hero, Metagal, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019), Deep Space Rush
Nintendo Switch -
Unique Systems Covered: 3/7
Total Games Beaten: 12



Forgotten_Freshness ghost

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Unique Systems Covered: 0/-
Total Games Beaten: 0



Frank Gold Star

PC / Windows - Portal 2
Atari 2600 -
Atari 5200 -
Nintendo Entertainment System -
Sega Master System -
NEC TurboGrafx-16 -
Sega Genesis -
Game Boy - Super Mario Land
Super Nintendo -
Virtual Boy -
Game Boy Color -
Nintendo 64 -
Sega Dreamcast -
PlayStation 2 -
Game Boy Advance -
Nintendo GameCube -
Nintendo DS -
PlayStation Portable -
PlayStation 3 -
Nintendo Wii -
Microsoft Xbox 360 -
Nintendo 3DS - Gun Man Clive
PlayStation Vita -
Nintendo Wii U - NES Remix
PlayStation 4 - Last of Us Remastered
Microsoft Xbox One - Minit, Tacoma
Sony PlayStation VR -
Nintendo Switch - Shovel Knight, Squidlit, Luigi's Mansion 3, Bubble Bobble 4 Friends, Animal Crossing New Horizons, Untitled Goose Game
Google Stadia - Steamworld Dig 2
Unique Systems Covered: 8/29
Total Games Beaten: 14










Gamerslyf globe Gold Star image

PC / Windows - Eternal Senia
Game Boy -
Super Nintendo - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time, Final Fantasy Mystic Quest
PlayStation - Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back
Game Boy Color - Pokemon Trading Card Game 2: Here Comes Team Great Rocket
Nintendo 64 - Pokémon Stadium, Pokémon Stadium 2
PlayStation 2 - God of War 2
Nintendo DS - Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of the Sky
Nintendo Wii - Super Mario Galaxy
PlayStation 3 - God of War 3, God of War: Ascension
Nintendo 3DS -
Nintendo Wii U - Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two
PlayStation 4 - God of War
Unique Systems Covered: 11/13
Total Games Beaten: 14



Gypsy Silver Star image

Famicom -
NEC PC Engine - Bomberman '94
NEC PC Engine NEC CD-ROM 2 -
Sega Genesis -
Super Nintendo -
Sega CD -
Sega 32X (lol) -
Sega Saturn -
PlayStation - Xenogears
Nintendo 64 -
Game Boy Color -
Sega Dreamcast - Puyo Puyo Fever, Puzzle Bobble 4
PlayStation 2 -
Game Boy Advance -
Nintendo GameCube -
Microsoft Xbox -
Nintendo DS -
PlayStation Portable -
PlayStation 3 -
Nintendo Wii -
Microsoft Xbox 360 -
Nintendo 3DS -
PlayStation Vita -
Nintendo Wii U -
PlayStation 4 - Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Yakuza 5, Dark Souls 3, (Castlevania) Judgment, Dark Souls Remastered
Unique Systems Covered: 4/25
Total Games Beaten: 9



JD golden globe

PlayStation 4 - Assassin's Creed 3 Remastered
Nintendo Switch - Super Mario Bros., Animal Crossing: New Horizons
Unique Systems Covered: 2/2
Total Games Beaten: 3



natewearly907 globe Silver Star

Nintendo Entertainment System -
Super Nintendo - Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
Game Boy Advance - Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
Nintendo GameCube -
Nintendo Wii U - Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker
Nintendo New 3DS Nintendo 3DS - Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
Nintendo Switch - Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening
Unique Systems Covered: 5/7
Total Games Beaten: 5



Razeak Gold Star image

PC / Windows - Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus
Atari 2600 -
Atari 5200 -
Nintendo Entertainment System -
Sega Master System -
Game Boy -
Sega Genesis -
Super Nintendo -
Sega CD -
Sega 32X -
Sega Nomad -
Sega Saturn -
PlayStation - Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
Nintendo 64 -
image - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Arcade Game
Sega Dreamcast -
PlayStation 2 -
Game Boy Advance -
Nintendo GameCube -
Microsoft Xbox -
Nintendo DS -
PlayStation Portable -
PlayStation 3 -
Nintendo Wii -
Microsoft Xbox 360 -
Nintendo 3DS -
PlayStation Vita -
Nintendo Wii U -
PlayStation 4 - Resident Evil 2, Until Dawn
Microsoft Xbox One - Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, DOOM: Eternal, Mortal Kombat 11
Sony PlayStation VR - Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, DOOM VFR
Nintendo Switch -
Unique Systems Covered: 6/32
Total Games Beaten: 11



Renaissance2K globe Double Gold Star coin image

PC / Windows - Portal 2
Nintendo Entertainment System - Super Mario Bros 2, Super Dodge Ball
Sega Genesis - Lunar: The Silver Star (via Mega Everdrive)
NEC Super Grafx - Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: PC Bangai Hen
Neo Geo - Samurai Shodown, Super Dodge Ball, Metal Slug
Super Nintendo - Final Fantasy V, Super Mario Bros. (via Super Mario All-Stars)
3DO - Road Rash
Atari Jaguar - Raiden
Sega 32X - Primal Rage
Sega Saturn - Strikers 1945
Virtual Boy -
PlayStation -
Nintendo 64 - Super Mario 64
image - Sunset Riders
Sega Dreamcast -
PlayStation 2 - Time Crisis II, Tekken Tag Tournament
Game Boy Advance - Super Dodge Ball Advance
Nintendo GameCube - Alien Hominoid
Microsoft Xbox -
Nintendo DSi - Super Dodge Ball Brawlers
PlayStation Portable -
PlayStation 3 - The Last of Us
Nintendo Wii -
Microsoft Xbox 360 -
PlayStation Vita - Shovel Knight
Nintendo Wii U - Super Meat Boy
Nintendo New 3DS Nintendo 3DS - 3D Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Microsoft Xbox One - Tacoma
Sony PlayStation 4 Pro - Final Fantasy VII Remake
Nintendo Switch - Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening
Android/Nvidia -
Google Stadia -
Unique Systems Covered: 23/32
Total Games Beaten: 28



Scott Gold Star image

Nintendo Entertainment System - Super Mario Bros
Sega Genesis -
Game Boy -
Super Nintendo - Sunset Riders
PlayStation -
Game Boy Color -
Nintendo 64 -
PlayStation 2 -
Game Boy Advance - Pokémon Emerald
Nintendo GameCube -
Nintendo DS - Chrono Trigger
PlayStation Portable -
PlayStation 3 -
Nintendo Wii -
Microsoft Xbox 360 -
Nintendo 3DS - Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon
Nintendo Wii U - Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze
PlayStation 4 -
Microsoft Xbox One - Halo 5: Guardians
Nintendo Switch - Strikers 1945, Slay the Spire, Cuphead
Unique Systems Covered: 8/20
Total Games Beaten: 10



sharif Triple Gold Star image coin

PC / Windows -
Atari 2600 -
Intellivision -
Commodore 64 -
MSX -
Famicom - Kero Kero Keroppi no Daibouken 2
Nintendo Entertainment System - Die Hard, Home Alone, Sid Meier's Pirates!, Chessmaster, Battle Chess, Spot, Donkey Kong, Winter Games, Archon, Barbie
Sega Master System -
NEC PC Engine -
Game Boy - Barbie Ocean Discovery, Barbie Game Girl, Barbie Fashion Pack Games
Sega Genesis -
Atari Lynx -
Game Gear -
Super Nintendo - Barbie Super Model
CD-i (Compact Disc Interactive) -
Sega CD -
3DO -
Atari Jaguar -
Sega Saturn -
PlayStation - Barbie Race & Ride, Barbie Explorer
Game Boy Color - Barbie Pet Rescue, Kelly Club: Clubhouse Fun, Barbie Magic Genie Adventure
Nintendo 64 -
Sega Dreamcast -
PlayStation 2 -
Game Boy Advance - Barbie in Princess & the Pauper, Barbie in 12 Dancing Princesses, Barbie in Magic of Pegasus, Secret Agent Barbie
Nintendo GameCube -
Microsoft Xbox -
Nintendo DS -
PlayStation Portable -
PlayStation 3 -
Nintendo Wii - Barbie in The Three Muskateers
Microsoft Xbox 360 -
Nintendo 3DS -
PlayStation Vita -
Nintendo Wii U -
PlayStation 4 -
Microsoft Xbox One -
Nintendo Switch - VA-11 HALL-A, Coffee Talk, Not Not, Murder by Numbers, Streets of Rage 4
Unique Systems Covered: 9/38
Total Games Beaten: 30



Slickriven globe Double Gold Star image

PC / Windows - Q.U.B.E., Portal 2, Ruiner
Nintendo Entertainment System - Castlevania
Sega Genesis - Golden Axe
Game Boy - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of the Foot Clan, Super Mario Land, Kid Dracula
Game Gear - Vampire: Master of Darkness
Super Nintendo - Super Castlevania IV
Sega Saturn -
PlayStation -
Nintendo 64 - Crusi'n USA
Sega Dreamcast -
PlayStation 2 - God of War 2
Game Boy Advance - Castlevania: Circle of the Moon
Nintendo GameCube -
Microsoft Xbox -
PlayStation 3 - The Last of Us
Nintendo Wii -
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Splinter Cell: Conviction, Call of Juarez: Gunslinger
Microsoft Xbox One - Batman Arkham Knight, Horizon 4, Slay the Spire, Inside, Dead Cells, The Division 2: Warlords of New York, Mortal Kombat X, Gears of War 5 (I says), Tacoma, Metro Last Light
Unique Systems Covered: 12/18
Total Games Beaten: 26



Tad Tad Silver Star image

PC / Windows -
Sega Master System -
Sega Genesis -
PlayStation -
Game Boy Advance -
PlayStation 4 - Ninja Commando (via ADK Damashii), Chip 'n Dale Rescue Rangers (via The Disney Afternoon Collection), Mega Man, Mega Man 2, Mega Man 3, Mega Man 4, Mega Man 5, Mega Man 6
Unique Systems Covered: 1/6
Total Games Beaten: 8



Talonjedi87 globe Double Gold Star image image

PC / Windows - Terminator Resistance
PlayStation 3 -
Nintendo Wii -
Nintendo 3DS - Pokémon Ultra Sun
Nintendo Wii U -
Microsoft Xbox One - Ori and The Will Of the Wisps, DOOM 64, DOOM Eternal, Resident Evil 2
Sony PlayStation 4 Pro - Code Vein, Yakuza 3, Yakuza 4, Yakuza 5, Yakuza 6: The Song of Life, Sonic Forces, Resident Evil Zero, Resident Evil HD, Streets of Rage 4, Man of Medan, Resident Evil 3, Resident Evil Code Veronica X, Resident Evil 4, Resident Evil 5
Nintendo Switch - Pokémon Sword
Unique Systems Covered: 5/8
Total Games Beaten: 21



tonymack21 Gold Star image

PC / Windows - Being a DIK: Season 1, Acting Lessons, Twists of My Life
Nintendo Entertainment System - Snoopy's Silly Sports Spectacular
Sega Genesis -
Super Nintendo -
Sega CD -
Sega Saturn -
PlayStation -
Sega Dreamcast -
PlayStation 2 -
Game Boy Advance -
Nintendo GameCube - Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance
Microsoft Xbox -
Nintendo DS -
PlayStation Portable -
PlayStation 3 - Yakuza 5
Nintendo Wii - Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn
Microsoft Xbox 360 -
Nintendo 3DS -
PlayStation Vita -
Nintendo Wii U -
PlayStation 4 - Yakuza 6, Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Sakura Wars
Microsoft Xbox One -
Nintendo Switch -
Unique Systems Covered: 6/23
Total Games Beaten: 10



whitefire

PlayStation Vita -
PlayStation 4 -
Nintendo Switch - Slay the Spire
Unique Systems Covered: 1/3
Total Games Beaten: 1



tonymack21
GameTZ Subscriber 500 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Gold Global Trader (7) Has Written 3 Reviews
* 10-May(#2)
Gypsy wrote:
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> The combat was never the focus but this is kinda disappointtg

the saving grace to it though is a couple of the reviews have said despite that the combat is fun enough, while its happening, its just not what you remember later. that sounds fine to me in a game like this, at least its not bad.
early reviews criticized a couple things that have been patched since.
TalonJedi87
Double Gold Good Trader Has Written 4 Reviews
10-May(#3)
Just ran thru RE2 Microsoft Xbox One once again this weekend on both scenarios to mark my 4th time in total finishing this remake. Simply outstanding.
razeak
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10-May(#4)
Finished MK11 on xone.
Slickriven
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10-May(#5)
Add 2 more for me please:
Vampire: Master of Darkness for the Game Gear - A new console/platform beat for me and I believe this thread overall
Tacoma for the Microsoft Xbox One - Beat for Frank's GotM club.
V:DoM was decent, but the final boss's first form was rather annoying. He is at the top of the screen on the left or right and goes back/forth. There are random platforms that fall that you must jump onto to be high enough off the ground to hit him either with your melee or the 'preferred' sub-weapon a wooden stake thrown horizontally. You take damage from 3 things
-touching him (but you need to be close for the melee and want to keep your sub-weapon ammo for the 2nd phase),
-there are random spikes the come up from the floor that tend to appear under you (but also where you might want to jump to or under the platform your on as it lowers you),
-he sends out a ball/orb of energy that zig-zags down the screen (that you can easily lose track of - but it only hits for half of a health unit, other 2 hit for a full unit).
No other part of the whole game was even remotely as challenging or frustrating. If you die you restart the whole level, which isn't terribly long once you know the flow, it actually has many exits per 'room' that can cause rooms to repeat I believe indefinitely. It was a decent title and 100% influenced by Castlevania, but has a different, decent enough approach - IMO.
I beat V:DoM via an emulator and ended up using save states a little. Best use was just before facing the mentioned boss, other times were really just to have a fall back if I screwed up, but if you looked for health it was reasonably available.

Tacoma was meh, it's a walking simulator, story is short and not overly interesting, the 'twist' wasn't exactly surprising and the characters were forgettable and not really a great group overall.

Up to 22 titles, so ahead of EB for 2nd now. And 10 platforms, so back in 3rd again (tied with Gamerslyf)

Antipop
GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally Has Written 11 Reviews
11-May(#6)
Getting some Game Gear loving up in here!

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Antipop
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* 11-May(#7)
The last couple of nights I've beaten two games with Metal in the title, Metal Gear Solid and Metal Slug. I beat MGS way back in the day, but never completed a second full run through until recently. It may just be me, put I absolutely love PlayStation graphics. That's even funnier when I admit that I used to scoff at the pixelated jaggies on Sony's console, all the while preferring the Nintendo 64's softer visual stylings. I've done a complete 180 on that stance and although I don't despise the aesthetics of the Ultra 64 as much as most, I can say with most assuredy that it's aged the worst in terms of AAA consoles, full stop.

Back to Kojima's franchise...I still think the first game in the Solid franchise is by far the best in terms of the overall package. Sure, the gameplay is dated, but super refined shooting mechanics has never been the series' strong suit. The story is leaps and bounds superior to MSG2 and MGS4, with Snake Eater being the only one to rival it in succinctness and (relative) self control. The presentation still holds up today, with the voice acting standing out as particularly exemplary. I'm glad I revisited it.

Metal Slug was a fun, if a bit understated romp. I feel like I would've been more in awe of it had I played it when it was originally released and not after the (in my opinion) far superior third entry. The bosses in particular stood out as pretty bland for the most part. Those nitpicks aside, Metal Slug remains a top-tier run-and-gun title with outstanding graphics, a memorable soundtrack, and even better sound design. If you don't appreciate the pixel art here, you are no friend of mine.

That puts me up to 12 systems down and 15 games beaten. I'm pretty confident that I'll surpass my 2018 game completion total of 29 by the time this year is up. Banzai!

Gypsy
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11-May(#8)
A couple of really good games.

I'd have to replay MGS but I remembered the plot being batcrap insane on all of them.
Scott
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11-May(#9)
Antipop wrote:
> I've made a couple of new categories: the Mega Manly vidyagamer ({imgt}https://i.imgur.com/Bg0P8C9.png
> 31 24{imgt}) and the grown-ass man vidyagamer ({imgt}https://i.imgur.com/a3iG8bT.png
> 16 30{imgt}). In order to achieve the former, beat a Mega Man game. In order to achieve
> the latter, well, that's a bit more subjective. For now, the requirements are to
> complete a game from the following series: Castlevania, DOOM, anything From
> Software, and Contra. The first individual game that I included was Cuphead.
> If you feel like you beat a balls hard game and are deserving of this icon, post
> on here and the community will deem whether you earn it or not.

yes

Slickriven
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11-May(#10)
Antipop wrote:
>
> That puts me up to 12 systems down and 15 games beaten. I'm pretty confident that
> I'll surpass my 2018 game completion total of 29 by the time this year is up. Banzai!
>
>
Man I was trying to get into 2nd place on total systems played but you keep moving the bar forward. I am working on an Microsoft Xbox game, played on my X1, but I'll have to focus on yet another new platform to even tie you... challenge accepted cool smile

DragonmasterDX
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11-May(#11)
Platinumed PvZ GW1 for PS3 yesterday

Antipop
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* 11-May(#12)
Slickriven wrote:
> Antipop wrote:
>>
>> That puts me up to 12 systems down and 15 games beaten. I'm pretty confident that
>> I'll surpass my 2018 game completion total of 29 by the time this year is up.
> Banzai!
>>
>>
> Man I was trying to get into 2nd place on total systems played but you keep moving
> the bar forward. I am working on an Microsoft Xbox game, played on my X1, but I'll have to
> focus on yet another new platform to even tie you... challenge accepted cool smile
>
>
>

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DarkFact
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11-May(#13)
Add Persona 5 Royal to my completed list. Final time 80 hours...

I don't want to talk about it
BloodPuppetX
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11-May(#14)
Just finished Trials of Mana remake on Switch. Animal Crossing slowed me down, but I finally added another game to my total!
BloodPuppetX
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* 11-May(#15)
I just noticed the Simon Belmont icon next to my name. What earned me that? Lol

Edit: I see, so it's for beating hard games. Contra really wasn't too hard for me, but I definitely earned it with Hollow Knight.
razeak
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12-May(#16)
Does anyone else find Contra easy? I think it's cake. Super C is a bit harder.
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12-May(#17)
razeak wrote:
> Does anyone else find Contra easy? I think it's cake. Super C is a bit harder.

I never got past the wall mob in nes one i suck lol
Scott
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12-May(#18)
razeak wrote:
> Does anyone else find Contra easy? I think it's cake. Super C is a bit harder.

I feel like it's really hard at first, but with not too much practice it starts to become much easier.

Antipop
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12-May(#19)
razeak wrote:
> Does anyone else find Contra easy? I think it's cake. Super C is a bit harder.

It's probably because you've played it a million times. Contra is the reason the Konami Code came into vogue, after all. Also, I think we can all agree that the series as a whole is known for it's difficulty, regardless of one's skill level.


razeak
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12-May(#20)
Contra 3 and Hard Corps are where the difficulty spikes for sure.
Scott
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12-May(#21)
Yeah Contra 3 is really hard. Haven't played Hard Corps yet.

Best1989
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12-May(#22)
Hard Cops is the line that divides real men from children.
Scott
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12-May(#23)
When I was around 22 years old, me and my best friend growing up played and beat Super C on our first try, with no cheat code. Both of us had only minimal experience playing the original Contra. I had played a decent amount of Contra 3 growing up though.

GamersLyf
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12-May(#24)
Just finished Super Mario Galaxy - Nintendo Wii. I enjoyed it more than I usually enjoy 3D platform or Mario games but I'm gonna take a break before playing the sequel.
Scott
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12-May(#25)
GamersLyf wrote:
> Just finished Super Mario Galaxy - Nintendo Wii. I enjoyed it more than I usually enjoy
> 3D platform or Mario games but I'm gonna take a break before playing the sequel.

Smart move. I finally got around to playing them 2-3 years back. I loved them, but did get a bit burnt out toward the end of SMG2.

Gypsy
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12-May(#26)
Yeah I loved both but did not play them back to back. I got bored with Odyssey.
Slickriven
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12-May(#27)
Galaxy was solid, played them far enough apart that I was able to enjoy them both fully.

razeak
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12-May(#28)
If you played a lot of Contra 3, Super C should be easy. Hard Corps makes everything seem easy.
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12-May(#29)
Does anyone have a copy of Battlefront from 2015 for PS4? I have got to try out that VR mission.
Slickriven
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* 13-May(#30)
Antipop wrote:
> 130{imgt}
>
>
I'm about 2/3rds through Star Wars Republic Commando, so I'm closing in on my 11th system, haven't started on a 12th yet...
SWRC is pretty fun and has held up decently as a shooter I'd say. I beat it co-op back in maybe '04 with my college roommate and it was pretty cool then, it's a bit different now solo, granted I don't recall too much about it, so I'm almost enjoying it as a brand new title.

EB
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* 13-May(#31)
I finished Tomb Raider Definitive Edition on PS4.

The story, dialogue, and voice acting all sucked. But dang it if this gameplay doesn't beat Uncharted all around. Uncharted 4 is one of my favorite games, but the gameplay leaves some to be desired and this fills it in so well. The deeper mechanics, more fluid mixtures of traversal and combat, new climbing mechanics, etc all make this a solid contender against Uncharted. I honestly don't understand the need to make it somewhat open world the way they did. The extra puzzles are fun but I don't really have a desire to wander around and track them down. The lack of good story, voice acting and polish means it didn't knock out UC4 for me, but I'm glad I went ahead and bought Rise.

Final score: 8.5/10

If you are looking to pick this up it's only $4.49 on the PS Store right now.

Slickriven
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13-May(#32)
EB wrote:
> I finished Tomb Raider Definitive Edition on PS4.
> ...
> Final score: 8.5/10
>

I beat that on the X1 a few years back and eventually got Rise and started it maybe 8 months back or something. Rise I felt is better than the reboot, but that's to be expected. You have to craft a lot more and some of your complaints about the story and voice acting aren't much better. I think I'm at least 50% through it and I have the 20th year anniversary edition with the DLC that I've dabbled in some too. I wanted to try out Shadow while it was on GP, but didn't get to as I wanted to finish Rise first. I imagine I'll pick up Shadow eventually.


Antipop
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13-May(#33)
Gypsy wrote:
> Yeah I loved both but did not play them back to back. I got bored with Odyssey.

I was just talking about this with my brother yesterday. The critics were absolutely fawning over Super Mario Odyssey and although a more-than-competent Mario adventure, I don't feel like it did anything particularly new or exciting for the franchise.


Gypsy
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13-May(#34)
Antipop wrote:
> Gypsy wrote:
>> Yeah I loved both but did not play them back to back. I got bored with Odyssey.
>
> I was just talking about this with my brother yesterday. The critics were absolutely
> fawning over Super Mario Odyssey and although a more-than-competent Mario adventure,
> I don't feel like it did anything particularly new or exciting for the franchise.
>
>
>

Yeah there was nothing particularly quaint about it and it was just way too easy. Not that Mario is supposed to be hard but I was just totally blitzing it. I did not find it satisfying.
Antipop
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13-May(#35)
Well, @Slickriven looks like you've got some more work to do, EB's done usurped you again in total games beaten, and Gamerslyf got all manly and booted you out of the top three entirely in systems completed! On that note, it looks like the once dominant @Renaissance2K's progress has finally slowed and hey @sharif, are you still with us? Did your Barbie marathon take that much out of you or has Covid taken it's toll? Either way, I'd love to hear from you fella!

Antipop
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13-May(#36)
Gypsy wrote:
> Antipop wrote:
>> Gypsy wrote:
> |>> Yeah I loved both but did not play them back to back. I got bored with Odyssey.
>>
>> I was just talking about this with my brother yesterday. The critics were absolutely
>> fawning over Super Mario Odyssey and although a more-than-competent Mario adventure,
>> I don't feel like it did anything particularly new or exciting for the franchise.
>>
>>
>>
>
> Yeah there was nothing particularly quaint about it and it was just way too easy.
> Not that Mario is supposed to be hard but I was just totally blitzing it. I did not
> find it satisfying.

Dude, we both said the same exact thing. There's easy and there is zero challenge whatsoever...Odyssey trends towards the latter. Mindlessly jumping to and fro gets a bit repetitive when the punishment for death is so minimal and nothing in the environment poses a threat.

Slickriven
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* 13-May(#37)
Antipop wrote:
> Well, @Slickriven looks like you've got some more work to do, EB's done usurped you
> again in total games beaten, and Gamerslyf got all manly and booted you out of the
> top three entirely in systems completed!
>

Honestly that's great for those guys. With my main 65" 4k set currently busted and the new one in shipping limbo/hell I'm less interested in gaming on my main set (since that's now a 42" TV yet I didn't rearrange the living room so I'm a bit too far away from it). Got some other things going on too so I've just not had the time lately. I hope to be back, pushing towards the front again soon-ish.

Plus I was able to shoot up into the top 3 playing some rather short titles on older platforms. To cover more of my systems I'm looking at likely longer games on my Microsoft Xbox, Nintendo GameCube, Nintendo Wii, Sega Saturn and possibly Sega Dreamcast

Scott
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13-May(#38)
Antipop wrote:
> Gypsy wrote:
>> Antipop wrote:
> |>> Gypsy wrote:
>> |>> Yeah I loved both but did not play them back to back. I got bored with Odyssey.
> |>>
> |>> I was just talking about this with my brother yesterday. The critics were absolutely
> |>> fawning over Super Mario Odyssey and although a more-than-competent Mario adventure,
> |>> I don't feel like it did anything particularly new or exciting for the franchise.
> |>>
>>
>> Yeah there was nothing particularly quaint about it and it was just way too easy.
>> Not that Mario is supposed to be hard but I was just totally blitzing it. I did
> not
>> find it satisfying.
>
> Dude, we both said the same exact thing. There's easy and there is zero challenge
> whatsoever...Odyssey trends towards the latter. Mindlessly jumping to and fro gets
> a bit repetitive when the punishment for death is so minimal and nothing in the environment
> poses a threat.

The game was pretty easy overall, but I wouldn't say zero challenge. There were some things that were difficult to execute properly at times, the mini games and races were fairly challenging, and some bosses took a few tries (for me at least). The more challenging stuff came at the end of the game, with the Dark/Darker side of the moon. Also, after you beat Bowser and all of that new stuff gets sent out to each world, a fair amount of that stuff was pretty challenging. But yeah, overall it wasn't meant to be a challenging platformer, but kind of a more relaxing platformer focused on exploration. My favorite thing about the game was all of the new moves they added. Once you get good at all of them, traversing the kingdoms becomes so much funner.

Renaissance2K
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13-May(#39)
Antipop wrote:
> it looks like the once dominant @Renaissance2K's progress has finally slowed

World domination takes a back seat to Final Fantasy VII Remake.

Best1989
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* 13-May(#40)
I just got the plat for... Minecraft on the Vita. I got this game dirty cheap 2 years ago when I was on a vacation in Europe, and I did a quick tour in some game stores for cheap physical EU exclusives. The game had been collecting dust for 2 years because of Minecraft, but I decided to finally play it. I think it was the last one I needed to play of all the games I bought at that time.

Tbh, it's not that bad lol You can lose some hours without noticing once you get the mechanics. I may go for some extra DLC trophies, but idk if I'll try to get 100%.

EDIT:

And I just got the plat for The Shapeshifting Detective on PS4. This FMV is so cheesy and overacted, I just loved it lol It's not as good as Late Shift or The Bunker, though.

Super Nintendo Classic -
PlayStation Classic - Mr. Driller, Tomba!, Theme Hospital
Neo Geo Pocket Color - The Last Blade
Bandai WonderSwan -
Steam -
Nintendo 3DS -
PlayStation Vita - Musynx, Damascus Gear Operation Osaka, Shovel Knight, Bastion, Cel Damage HD, Uncanny Valley, Minecraft
Sony PlayStation 4 Pro - OnRush, Grim Fandango Remastered, forma.8, Uncharted 4, Mortal Kombat XL, Secret of Mana, The Shapeshifting Detective

Unique Systems Covered: 4/8
Total Games Beaten: 18
razeak
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14-May(#41)
Finished Doom VFR. it can be great at times.
Forgotten_Freshness
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14-May(#42)
I did the math and if I beat a game a month it will take me 175 years to beat every game in my collection and my brain is collapsing in on itself.

I should really try to at least manage the game per console so I can play a broad spectrum of things!

ErickRPG
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14-May(#43)
Time to downsize my man! PM me for my address. wink

razeak
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14-May(#44)
I'll take some of that weight off your hands lol. I think I have about 1200 games total.
Antipop
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14-May(#45)
Forgotten_Freshness wrote:
> I did the math and if I beat a game a month it will take me 175 years to beat every
> game in my collection and my brain is collapsing in on itself.
>
> I should really try to at least manage the game per console so I can play a broad
> spectrum of things!
>
>

This goes without saying, but you're more than welcome to join up on here if you want to. Just kick me your console list and you'll be in like Matt Flynn!


Gypsy
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14-May(#46)
Judgment PlayStation 4 cleared. Still need to go back and wrap up things for 100% completion but I was determined to beat it today.
Antipop
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15-May(#47)
Gypsy wrote:
> Judgment PlayStation 4 cleared. Still need to go back and wrap up things for 100% completion
> but I was determined to beat it today.

Got you squared away, chief.

image

DarkFact
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15-May(#48)
Weak, fighting games shouldn't be allowed, you suck Gypsy
Gypsy
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15-May(#49)
DarkFact wrote:
> Weak, fighting games shouldn't be allowed, you suck Gypsy

Never going to play that trash game ever.
Antipop
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15-May(#50)
Gypsy wrote:
> DarkFact wrote:
>> Weak, fighting games shouldn't be allowed, you suck Gypsy
>
> Never going to play that trash game ever.

Umm this post says otherwise, in terms of your affinity for the Nintendo Wii that is.

Best1989
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15-May(#51)
Seems legit.
Bleed_DukeBlue
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16-May(#52)
I beat Streets of Rage 4 on Xbox One last night. Pretty solid continuation of the series with some interesting mechanics. Graphically, it looks sharp for a 2D beat 'em up. Also, on a side note, my Shovel Knight completion was on PS4 (not Switch). Thanks!
Slickriven
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* 16-May(#53)
I'm back... into ties for 2nd overall games beat at 23 and 3rd on unique platforms with 11 after beating...
Cruis'n USA on Nintendo 64 - I beat the Cruise across America 7 times, once each with the 4 main cars, then once on the middle yellow difficulty in the Ferrari to unlock the 3rd version of that car. Rubber-banding, twitchy controls and BS traffic means I don't have the patience nor desire to play more. I am glad I beat it though as I recall messing around with it a times in arcades as a kid. I also set the fastest track times on all 14 tracks including the crazy difficult Chicago track.
I used a ROM, but didn't use save states except if I wanted/needed to quit the game for a while. After my first session where I beat it 3 times, I learned that the emulator's save ROM feature didn't save all of my times, but did save my unlocked cars. So I used save states to keep my times.

tonymack21
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16-May(#54)
@Antipop when you have time can you please add game boy advance to my list? i didnt realize its not on there and i hope to finish fire emblem 6 sometime in the next couple weeks for it.

TalonJedi87
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16-May(#55)
Watching the credits roll in Resident Evil 3 PlayStation 4 Another one onto the pile for me.
Dasgessabel
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16-May(#56)
TalonJedi87 wrote:
> Watching the credits roll in Resident Evil 3 PlayStation 4 Another one onto the pile for
> me.

It was great. I actually want to nab it on PC to try that first person mod out like I'm doing for RE 2 Remake atm. It's fantastic
TalonJedi87
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16-May(#57)
It must be a whole new ball game in that 1st person mode. Cool!
Dasgessabel
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16-May(#58)
TalonJedi87 wrote:
> It must be a whole new ball game in that 1st person mode. Cool!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YiUQhdYUdNU

Really long, but you can jump around and watch parts just to get an idea. In first person with headphones on, it is incredibly intense. I imagine RE3 is as well
TalonJedi87
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16-May(#59)
That's pretty neat. Looks really invigorating too. Makes me want to replay RE7 now
Dasgessabel
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16-May(#60)
TalonJedi87 wrote:
> That's pretty neat. Looks really invigorating too. Makes me want to replay RE7 now
>

That may be what I do when I finish RE 2 again.
Antipop
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16-May(#61)
@Bleed_DukeBlue, @Slickriven, @TalonJedi87, & @tonymack21: got you gents updated!

Bleed_DukeBlue
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16-May(#62)
Thanks!

Antipop wrote:
> @Bleed_DukeBlue, @Slickriven, @TalonJedi87, & @tonymack21: got you gents updated!
>
>
DarkFact
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16-May(#63)
Add iPad to the list. I'm about to finish something that's been on my back burner for a long time, something that as it turns out nobody on my friends list has done yet, so that's pretty neat.
TalonJedi87
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16-May(#64)
Antipop wrote:
> @Bleed_DukeBlue, @Slickriven, @TalonJedi87, & @tonymack21: got you gents updated!
>
>

Thanks bro! yes
Antipop
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16-May(#65)
DarkFact wrote:
> Add iPad to the list. I'm about to finish something that's been on my back burner
> for a long time, something that as it turns out nobody on my friends list has done
> yet, so that's pretty neat.

Listed it as Apple for ya.


DarkFact
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* 17-May(#66)
image

All special stages unlocked and coined. There's even another very much FINAL ULTRA LAST stage that unlocks after this stuff. But it's pretty easy.

I had to tap the screen REAL HARD for this. Super Mario Run 100% Clear done
Slickriven
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17-May(#67)
^ That's SMB Odyssey correct?

sharif
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17-May(#68)
I've beaten a few games on Switch: VA-11 HALL-A (where you're a cyberpunk bartender), Coffee Talk (where you're an alien barista) and Not Not (where you run on a cube).

tonymack21
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17-May(#69)
sharif wrote:
> I've beaten a few games on Switch: VA-11 HALL-A (where you're a cyberpunk bartender),
> Coffee Talk (where you're an alien barista) and Not Not (where you run on a cube).
>
>
>

VA-11 HALL-A was great, i cant wait for their next one, N1RV9NA or some stylied spelling of nirvana. how was coffee talk? as good as va11halla?

sharif
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17-May(#70)
Yeah I'm definitely gonna play N1RV ANN-A, the style of non-gameplay and goofy story is exactly my cup of tea.

Coffee Talk was much much shorter than vallhalla (first ending took 4 hours as opposed to 10), and is clearly inspired by it, but I enjoyed. I'd get it on a sale or something.

tonymack21
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17-May(#71)
nice

BloodPuppetX
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* 17-May(#72)
I finally got around to finishing Langrisser 1 on Switch. @Antipop, you can add Turbo Grafx 16 to my list, since I have the mini console coming in next week. I will definitely beat a game or two on that.

Oh, and remove Vita. I no longer have one.
Renaissance2K
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18-May(#73)
Back before I learned that there was a Super Dodge Ball game for Neo Geo, the only game I'd previously played through on that platform - and the only game that would check the Neo Geo box for my year of replays - was Metal Slug. This month, the podcast Stop Skeletons from Fighting made it their Game Club Game of the Month. In the absence of a Retro Talkshop GOTM this month, I decided to load it up and revisit one of my favorite shooters.


With a name like "Metal Slug", the game could be anything. It could be a platformer about squishy insects that are allergic to salt, a grisly first-person shooter with big guns, or a wacky puzzle game with lots of rivets and chrome. And for years, to me, it may as well have been any of those things. The title popped up repeatedly in gaming circles with reverence, but I never actually saw it or played it until I picked up the SNK Annversary Collection on PSP.

Side note: As retro compilations go, the SNK collection on PSP was one of the worst. The game selection was pretty great, and the emulation was fine, as far as I know, but the frontend was so sluggish and buggy, I arguably loaded up the collection less because of how miserable an experience it was.

Anyway...

Like a lot of people, the first thing you notice about Metal Slug is the incredible sprite work. 2D graphics have gotten crisper and higher-resolution over the years, but animations have long been playing catch up with some of SNK's best work from the golden Neo Geo era. The way your main character moves and all the subtle sub-movements show an attention to detail that was rare back then, even when developers and artists had the hardware muscle to display such work. I was hooked immediately.

It helped that it was a fun shooter, too. The weapon upgrades carry more than their unfair share of firepower and are really satisfying to pick up; even better when you get the lion's share by saving your blond hobo brethren from enemy clutches. The levels are quite varied, even though the game mechanics are pretty basic. The sound effects are iconic and fitting. And all that's before you even find the namesake tank and start raining chaos down on the screen.

A few weeks ago, I finished a playthrough of Alien Hominid and lauded it for its character, its goofy mechanics, and its sense of humor. My big revelation during my Metal Slug replay was how much my little yellow alien friend was paying homage to it. Slice open an enemy throat when they get too close? Check. Pickups given away by funny-looking allies that are oppressed by the bad guys? Check. Climbing into vehicles that unceremoniously explode when they run out of gas? This list is getting pretty long...


With only two chapters to go, the end of my epic Final Fantasy VII Remake playthrough is night, and I'll be popping up in this thread a little bit more, hopefully. I finally busted through the initial difficulty cliff of the Final Fantasy Tactics romhack and are making slow, steady progress, even though I have a long way to go.

Bleed_DukeBlue
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18-May(#74)
Just beat/platinumed Tacoma on PS4 for Frank's Game of the Month Club.
Antipop
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18-May(#75)
@Frank congrats on achieving year number 12 fella!

Slickriven
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* 18-May(#76)
@Antipop When you get a chance add Genesis to my collection. I just ordered a mini off Amazon.

They're on sale btw for $50 if anyone is interested.
EDIT - seems BestBuy also has them for $50

Frank
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18-May(#77)
Antipop wrote:
> @Frank congrats on achieving year number 12 fella!
>
>

Hey thanks man yes


EB
GameTZ Subscriber Gold Good Trader
19-May(#78)
I finished Sayonara Wild Hearts on PS4.

This may be one of my favorite games ever. This is my second time playing it (first time was on Apple Arcade) and it's short but purely exhilarating. You get chills half the time you're playing.

BloodPuppetX
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* 19-May(#79)
I beat Pong Quest on Switch. Fun little game, even if it started to get tedious towards the end.
Antipop
GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally Has Written 11 Reviews
19-May(#80)
EB wrote:
> I finished Sayonara Wild Hearts on PS4.
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> This may be one of my favorite games ever. This is my second time playing it (first
> time was on Apple Arcade) and it's short but purely exhilarating. You get chills
> half the time you're playing.
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>

Wow, that good huh? Seems like that's the common consensus, but dang that's some heady praise,


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