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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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1. Antipop GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally Has Written 11 Reviews - 19/21 (90%)
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2. Best1989 Global Trader - willing to trade internationally Peru - 8/10 (80%)
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3. Bleed_DukeBlue GameTZ Gold Subscriber Triple Gold Good Trader - 12/12 (100%)
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4. BloodPuppetX 350 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally - 5/11 (45%)
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5. Darkfact Has Written 4 Reviews - 11/11 (100%)
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6. Dasgessabel GameTZ Subscriber 350 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally - 3/5 (60%)
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7. DragonmasterDX GameTZ Subscriber Silver Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally Has Written 6 Reviews - 11/25 (44%)
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8. EB GameTZ Subscriber Double Gold Good Trader - 8/8 (100%)
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9. ErickRPG GameTZ Subscriber Triple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally This user is on the site NOW (7 minutes ago) - 6/11 (55%)
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10. Finn GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally Canada This user is on the site NOW (4 minutes ago) 22 year anniversary at Game Trading Zone today! - 4/8 (50%)
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11. Forgotten_Freshness GameTZ Subscriber 1000 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader - 11/42 (26%)
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12. Frank GameTZ Subscriber 750 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Gold Global Trader (12) Has Written 11 Reviews - 19/33 (58%)
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13. GamersLyf Gold Good Trader - 14/14 (100%)
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14. Gypsy GameTZ Subscriber 250 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally This user is on the site NOW (55 seconds ago) - 19/24 (79%)
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15. JD GameTZ Subscriber 450 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally - 2/2 (100%)
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16. Lunar GameTZ Subscriber 900 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Gold Global Trader (7) - 13/29 (45%)
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17. natewearly907 - 6/8 (75%)
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18. Razeak Gold Good Trader Has Written 9 Reviews - 8/33 (24%)
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19. Renaissance2K GameTZ Subscriber Triple Gold Good Trader Has Written 4 Reviews - 35/35 (100%)
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20. RobotVM GameTZ Gold Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader - 10/15 (67%)
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21. Scott GameTZ Subscriber 250 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally Has Written 2 Reviews This user is on the site NOW (6 minutes ago) - 14/19 (74%)
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22. sharif GameTZ Subscriber Double Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally - 17/38 (45%)
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23. Slickriven GameTZ Subscriber Gold Good Trader Has Written 1 Review This user is on the site NOW (8 minutes ago) - 22/22 (100%)
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24. Tad GameTZ Subscriber 1000 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Gold Global Trader (14) - 2/9 (22%)
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25. TalonJedi87 Double Gold Good Trader Has Written 4 Reviews - 7/10 (70%)
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26. tonymack21 GameTZ Gold Subscriber 550 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Gold Global Trader (7) Has Written 3 Reviews - 9/23 (39%)
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Total Games Beaten: 855

Top Users

1. Renaissance2K: 80
2. BloodPuppetX: 76
3. Slickriven: 66
4. Bleed_DukeBlue: 65
5. TalonJedi87: 64
Total Systems Covered: 285/475 (60%)

Top Users

1. Renaissance2K: 35
2. Slickriven: 22
3. Antipop, Frank, Gypsy: 19
4. sharif: 17
5. Gamerslyf, Scott: 14


Unique Systems Covered: 51/65 (78%)


PC / Windows- check, Atari 2600- check, Intellivision- uncheck, Commodore 64- uncheck, Atari 5200- uncheck, MSX- uncheck, Famicom- check, Nintendo Entertainment System- check, Sega Master System- check, NEC PC Engine- check, NEC TurboGrafx-16 - check, NEC TurboExpress- uncheck, NEC PC Engine NEC CD-ROM 2- check, NEC TurboDuo- 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- check, 3DO- check, image- check, Atari Jaguar- check, Sega 32X- check, Sega Nomad- uncheck, Sega Saturn- check, Virtual Boy- check, PlayStation- check, NEC PC-FX- uncheck, Nintendo 64- check, image- uncheck, image- check, Game Boy Color- check, Bandai WonderSwan- uncheck, Neo Geo Pocket Color- check, Sega Dreamcast- check, Bandai WonderSwan Color- uncheck, PlayStation 2- check, Game Boy Advance- check, image- uncheck, Nintendo GameCube- check, Microsoft Xbox- check, Steam- check, Nintendo DS- check, PlayStation Portable- check, Android- check, 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, Oculus Rift - check, Google Stadia- check, Microsoft Xbox Series X|S - check, PlayStation 5 - 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), Birthday Cake - top user in systems completed, coin- top user in games beaten, pink circle - badge leader, Tad- user Tad

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

image Girly Vidyagamer
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image Mega Manly Vidyagamer
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image JRPG Vidyagamer
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image Hyrulian Hero Vidyagamer
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image Raccoon City Vidyagamer
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image 2nd Amendment Vidyagamer
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image Race Drivin' Vidyagamer
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image "Destroy the Core!" Vidyagamer
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image Super Sonic Vidyagamer
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image Super Mayrio Vidyagamer
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image Hoppin' & Boppin' Vidyagamer
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image Pile Drivin' Vidyagamer
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image Street Fightin' Vidyagamer
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image Bomber Manly Vidyagamer
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image egg Vidyagamer
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image Pocket Monster Vidyagamer
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image Billy Mitchell Vidyagamer
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image Bear & Bird Vidyagamer
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image Sigh, "Metroidvania" Vidyagamer
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image Ninja Gayden Vidyagamer
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image Vault Boy Vidyagamer
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image Grown-Ass Man Vidyagamer
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Girly: beat a game that is predominantly targeted towards a feminine audience #metoo
Mega Manly: beat a game in the Mega Man universe
JRPG: beat a JRPG
Hyrulian Hero: beat a Zelda game
Raccoon City: beat a Resident Evil game
2nd Amendment: beat an FPS
Race Drivin': beat a racing game
"Destroy the Core!": beat a SHMUP
Super Sonic: beat a game in the Sonic universe
Super Mayrio: beat a game in the Mario universe
Hoppin' & Boppin': beat a side scrolling, 2D platformer (non-Metroidvania)
Pile Drivin': beat a belt-scrolling brawler/beat 'em up
Street Fightin': beat a 1-on-1 fighter
Bomber Manly: beat a game in the Bomberman franchise
egg: beat a puzzler
Pocket Monster: beat a game in the Pokémon franchise
Billy Mitchell: beat a retro arcade/pinball game
Bear & Bird: beat a 3D platformer and/or collect-a-thon
Sigh "Metroidvania": beat an open ended 2D platformer that plays similarly to games from the Metroid franchise and/or post-SotN Castlevanias
Ninja Gayden: beat a 3D hack-and-slash
Vault Boy: beat an open world game and/or a Western RPG
Grown-Ass Man: complete a game from the following series: Castlevania (pre-SotN), anything From Software, and Contra (and any other Konami 2D shooter, for that matter). 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.

Lastly, despite the fact that several games fit multiple categories, a particular completion only counts towards one icon. For example: Super Mario World would count towards the Super Mayrio icon, but not the Hoppin' & Boppin' one. I understand this could get a little confusing, but that's how it's gonna be! #littlebill




Antipop globe Quadruple Gold Star image image image image image image image image image

Nintendo Entertainment System - Gargoyle's Quest II: The Demon Darkness, Super Dodge Ball, Castlevania
Game Boy - Super Mario Land
Sega Genesis - Castlevania: Bloodlines
Super Nintendo - Mega Man X2, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time, Terranigma
Sega CD - Final Fight CD, Snatcher
Sega Saturn - Last Bronx, Vampire Hunter: Darkstalker's Revenge, Dynamite Deka
PlayStation - Metal Gear Solid, Tomba!
Game Boy Color - Mega Man Xtreme 2
Nintendo 64 -
Sega Dreamcast - Grandia 2, 18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker, Marvel vs. Capcom: Clash of Super Heroes
PlayStation 2 - Metal Slug (via SNK Arcade Classics Vol 1)
Game Boy Advance - Mega Man Zero
Nintendo GameCube -
Microsoft Xbox - DOOM 3
Nintendo DS - Mario & Luigi: Bowser's Inside Story
Nintendo Wii - Bomberman '94, Castlevania: Rondo of Blood (NEC TurboGrafx-16 via Virtual Console)
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Double Dragon Neon, Bionic Commando Rearmed, Splatterhouse
Nintendo 3DS - Super Mario 3D Land, 3D Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Nintendo Wii U - Shovel Knight: Plague of Shadows, Mario Kart 8
PlayStation 4 - Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, Resident Evil 2, Wild Guns Reloaded, Final Fantasy VII Remake, Street Fighter V: Champion Edition
Nintendo Switch - Blazing Chrome, Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening, Street Fighter Alpha 2 (via SF 30th Anniversary Collection), The Ninja Saviors: Return of the Warriors, DOOM (1993)
Unique Systems Covered: 19/21
Total Games Beaten: 42



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Super Nintendo -
PlayStation - Mr. Driller, Tomba!, Theme Hospital, Barbie Race & Ride, Detective Barbie: Mistery Cruise
Bandai WonderSwan -
Game Boy Color - Super Mario Land
Neo Geo Pocket Color - The Last Blade
Steam - Tacoma
Nintendo 3DS - My Nintendo Picross: The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
PlayStation Vita - Musynx, Damascus Gear: Operation Osaka, Shovel Knight, Bastion, Cel Damage HD, Uncanny Valley, Minecraft, Furwind, Desert Ashes, Mecho Wars: Desert Ashes, Metagal, War Theatre, Antiquia Lost, God of War, 36 Fragments of Midnight, Burly Men at Sea, God of War II, Proteus, Bard's Gold
Sony PlayStation 4 Pro - OnRush, Grim Fandango Remastered, forma.8, Uncharted 4, Mortal Kombat XL, Secret of Mana, The Shapeshifting Detective, Journey, Don't Bite Me Bro!, Knack 2, Broforce, J-Stars Victory VS+, Batman: Arkham City, Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 Campaign Remastered, Star Wars: Battlefront II, Heavy Rain, Guacamelee 2, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
Nintendo Switch - Wordify, Not Not: A Brain Buster, Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle, Owlboy
Unique Systems Covered: 8/10
Total Games Beaten: 50



Bleed_DukeBlue golden globe Quintuple Gold Star+Gold Star image image image image image

PC / Windows - Super Mario Land
PlayStation - Mighty Morphin Power Rangers, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time, Super Mario RPG, Kirby's Dream Land 3, Super Mario Bros., Wild Guns, Pop'n Twinbee, Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Bros: The Lost Levels, Super Mario Bros. 3(Super Nintendo via emulation)
Sega Dreamcast - Dynamite Cop!
PlayStation 3 - Where the Wild Things Are
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Portal 2, Fable: The Anniversary Edition
image - Final Fantasy III, Into the Dead
PlayStation 4 - One Night Stand, Shaq Fu: A Legend Reborn, Cardpocalypse, Slay the Spire, Burly Men at Sea, Infamous: Second Son, Conan: Exiles, The Last of Us Remastered, Shovel Knight, Tacoma, Maneater, Fractured Minds, Sea of Memories, Last of Us Part II, Ghost of Tsushima, Idle Champions of the Forgotten Realms, Road Bustle, The Avengers, Disaster Report 4: Summer Memories, Batman: Arkham City, Fairy Tale, Hitman Go: Definitive Edition
Microsoft Xbox One - Power Rangers: Battle for the Grid, Streets of Rage 4, Untitled Goose Game, Void Bastards, Resident Evil Revelations, Grounded, UnderMine
Sony PlayStation VR - Trover Saves the Universe, Rick and Morty: Virtual Rick-ality, Sneaky Bears, Blindfold, Accounting +, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, Bravo Team, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Robinson: The Journey
Nintendo Switch - Marvel Ultimate Alliance 3: The Black Order, Kamiko
Microsoft Xbox Series X|S - Battletoads, A Way Out, The Turing Test
PlayStation 5 - Godfall, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, Astro's Playroom, What Remains of Edith Finch, Apocalipsis: The Tree of The Knowledge of Good and Evil
Unique Systems Covered: 12/12
Total Games Beaten: 65



BloodPuppetX Quintuple Gold Star+Double Gold Star image image image image image image image

NEC TurboGrafx-16 - Castlevania: Rondo of Blood
Sega Genesis - Aladdin
PlayStation 2 -
Game Boy Advance - Spider-Man: Mysterio's Menace
Nintendo DS -
Nintendo Wii -
Microsoft Xbox 360 -
image - Shantae and the Seven Sirens, Shantae: Risky's Revenge, Little Orpheus, Sayonara Wild Hearts, Journey, Necrobarista
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, Elliot Quest, Ghoul Boy, Noir Chronicles, Agent A, Renegade, Omega Strike, Shikhondo, Syberia 2, Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2, DOOM, CrossCode, Cinders, Where the Water Tastes Like Wine, Venture Kid, Mark of the Ninja Remastered, Chasm, Valley, Swordbreaker, Samurai Shodown 2: Pocket Edition, Submerged, The Sinking City, Paradise Killer, Mask of Mists, Alwa's Awakening, Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon, Alwa's Legacy, Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, Reverie, Luigi's Mansion 3, Return of the Obra Dinn, Call of Cthulhu, Dark Quest 2, Borderlands, Abzu, Modern Tales: Age of Invention, Uncharted Tides: Port Royal, Enigmatis 2: The Mists of Ravenwood, Squidlit, Dragon Spirit (via Namco Retro Archives), Farm Mystery, Rolling Thunder (via Namco Museum Archives), Donkey Kong Country, Final Fantasy Legend
Unique Systems Covered: 5/11
Total Games Beaten: 76



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PC / Windows - Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, World of Warcraft Classic, Castlevania: Rondo of Blood, Obsidian Pinnacle
Sega Genesis - Castlevania: Bloodlines
Game Boy - Super Mario Land
Super Nintendo - Final Fight TOUGH, Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Mega Man X, Street Fighter Alpha 2, Final Fight 2
Game Boy Advance - Metroid Fusion
Nintendo Wii - Tetris Party, Mr Driller W
image- Super Mario Run, Super Mario Sunshine
Nintendo 3DS - Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
PlayStation 4 - Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Persona 5: Royal
Microsoft Xbox One - Super Hot
Nintendo Switch - Super Mario Bros., Renegade, Street Fighter Alpha 3, Gunman Clive, Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze, Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon
Unique Systems Covered: 11/11
Total Games Beaten: 26



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Sega Genesis -
Steam - Resident Evil 2
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Dead Space
Sony PlayStation 4 Pro - Resident Evil 3, Last of Us Part II
Microsoft Xbox Series X|S -
Unique Systems Covered: 3/5
Total Games Beaten: 4



DragonmasterDX Gold Star image image

PC / Windows - Terraria, Plants vs Zombies: Battle for Neighborville
Nintendo Entertainment System - Super Mario Bros.
Sega Genesis -
Game Boy - Super Mario Land
Super Nintendo -
Virtual Boy -
PlayStation -
Nintendo 64 - Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Sega Dreamcast -
PlayStation 2 -
image -
Game Boy Advance -
Nintendo GameCube -
Microsoft Xbox -
Nintendo DS - Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass
PlayStation Portable - Star Wars: Elite Squadrons
PlayStation 3 - Plants Versus Zombies: Garden Warfare
Nintendo Wii - Wii Sports Resort, New Super Mario Bros. Wii
Microsoft Xbox 360 -
Nintendo 3DS - Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds
PlayStation Vita -
Nintendo Wii U - Pokémon Rumble U
PlayStation 4 -
Microsoft Xbox One -
Nintendo Switch - Animal Crossing New Horizons
Unique Systems Covered: 11/25
Total Games Beaten: 13



EB golden globe Quintuple Gold Star+Gold Star image image image image image image

PC / Windows - Portal, Portal 2, What Remains of Edith Finch, Q.U.B.E Director's Cut, Quadrilateral Cowboy, The Room Three, Gunpoint, Hypnospace Outlaw, FRAMED, Agent A: A Puzzle in Disguise, The Room Two, The Room, Hitman Go: Definitive Edition, DLC Quest, Celeste
Nintendo Entertainment System - Super Mario Bros.
image - The Room: Old Sins, Lara Croft GO, Monument Valley, Some Assembly Required
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, Last of Us Part II, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered, Uncharted: The Lost Legacy, Ghost of Tsushima, Batman: Arkham Asylum, Batman: Arkham City, God of War, Tetris Effect, Resident Evil 2, Uncharted 4, Erica, Ghostrunner, Batman: Arkham Knight
Microsoft Xbox One - Untitled Goose Game, My Friend Pedro, Superhot, Mirror's Edge Catalyst, Katana Zero, The Touryst
Nintendo New 3DS imageXL - Gunman Clive (counted as Nintendo New 3DS Nintendo 3DS), Shovel Knight, Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment, Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds, Super Mario Land, Super Mario World, Shovel Knight: King of Cards, Shovel Knight: Plague of Shadows
Nintendo Switch - Celeste
PlayStation 5 - Astro's Playroom, Spider-Man: Miles Morales, DOOM (2016), Gorogoa, The Pathless
Unique Systems Covered: 8/8
Total Games Beaten: 63



ErickRPG globe Double Gold Star image image 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 - Orcs vs. Elves
PlayStation Portable -
Microsoft Xbox 360 -
Nintendo 3DS -
Microsoft Xbox One - Halo Reach, Halo, Halo 2, Halo 3, Halo 5, Shadow of the Tomb Raider
Nintendo Switch - Ni no Kuni, Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, Langrisser I & II, Animal Crossing New Horizons, Luigi's Mansion 3, Ghostbusters: The Video Game, Streets of Rage 4, Xenoblade Chronicles: Deluxe Edition
Unique Systems Covered: 6/11
Used To Own: Sega Nomad, Super Nintendo frown
Total Games Beaten: 21



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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, Iron Hero, Metagal, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare (2019), Deep Space Rush
Nintendo Switch -
Microsoft Xbox Series X|S - Battletoads
Unique Systems Covered: 4/8
Total Games Beaten: 13



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Famicom/Nintendo Entertainment System - Yume Penguin Monogatari
Sega Master System - Master of Darkness
NEC PC Engine -
NEC PC Engine NEC CD-ROM 2 -
Game Boy -
Mega Drive (Japan)/Sega Genesis - The Punisher
NEC TurboGrafx-16 -
NEC TurboExpress -
NEC TurboDuo -
NEC Super Grafx -
Neo Geo - Blue's Journey
Game Gear -
Super Famicom/Super Nintendo - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time
Sega CD -
3DO -
image - Robo Army
Sega 32X -
Sega Nomad -
Sega Saturn - Sonic Council, Asuka 120%, Groove on Fight, Dragon Force
PlayStation -
NEC PC-FX -
Game Boy Color -
Nintendo 64 -
image -
Neo Geo Pocket Color -
Sega Dreamcast -
Bandai WonderSwan Color -
PlayStation 2 -
Game Boy Advance -
Nintendo GameCube -
Microsoft Xbox -
Nintendo DS -
PlayStation Portable - Final Fantasy III
PlayStation 3 -
Nintendo Wii -
Microsoft Xbox 360 -
Nintendo New 3DS Nintendo 3DS -
PlayStation Vita -
Nintendo Wii U -
PlayStation 4 - Burley Men at Sea, Injustice 2, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan, Resident Evil 3, Final Fantasy VII Remake, Final Fantasy XIV: A Realm Reborn, Castlevania: Rondo of Blood (as part of the Requiem package), The Bridge, MORTAL SHELL
Microsoft Xbox One - Gryphon Knight Epic
Nintendo Switch - Joe and Mac Returns, Squidlit, Crystal Crisis, Shikhondo: Soul Eater, Caveman Ninja
Unique Systems Covered: 11/42
Total Games Beaten: 26



Frank globe Double Gold Star image image image

PC / Windows - Portal 2
Atari 2600 -
Atari 5200 -
Nintendo Entertainment System - Donkey Kong 3
Sega Master System -
NEC TurboGrafx-16 -
Sega Genesis -
Game Boy - Super Mario Land
Neo Geo - Ninja Master's: Haou Ninpou Chou
Super Nintendo - Kirby's Dream Course
Virtual Boy -
Game Boy Color -
Nintendo 64 - Super Mario 64
Sega Dreamcast -
PlayStation 2 -
Game Boy Advance - Yoshi's Topsy-Turvy
Nintendo GameCube - Super Mario Sunshine
Nintendo DS -
PlayStation Portable -
Android - LOVE
PlayStation 3 -
Nintendo Wii -
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Portal: Still Alive
Nintendo 3DS - Gun Man Clive
PlayStation Vita -
Nintendo Wii U - NES Remix
PlayStation 4 - Last of Us Remastered
Microsoft Xbox One - Minit, Tacoma, Fractured Mind, Tracks
Sony PlayStation VR - Trover Saves the Universe
Nintendo Switch - Shovel Knight, Squidlit, Luigi's Mansion 3, Bubble Bobble 4 Friends, Animal Crossing New Horizons, Untitled Goose Game, The Big Journey, Super Mario Bros. 35, Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty!, Spongebob Squarepants: Battle for Bikini Bottom - Rehydrated
Google Stadia - Steamworld Dig 2
Microsoft Xbox Series X|S - The Turing Test, Bright Memory
PlayStation 5 - Astro's Playroom
Unique Systems Covered: 19/33
Total Games Beaten: 32



Gamerslyf golden globe Double Gold Star image image image image image image

PC / Windows - A Short Hike, The Stanley Parable
Game Boy - Bart and the Beanstalk
Super Nintendo - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles IV: Turtles in Time, Final Fantasy Mystic Quest
PlayStation - Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, Crash Bandicoot: Warped
Game Boy Color - Pokémon Trading Card Game 2: Here Comes Team Great Rocket
Nintendo 64 - Pokémon Stadium, Pokémon Stadium 2
PlayStation 2 - God of War 2, Need for Speed Underground 2
Steam - Eternal Senia, Carpe Diem, Skullgirls, Portal, Portal 2, Rad Rogers
Nintendo DS - Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Explorers of the Sky
Nintendo Wii - Super Mario Galaxy, Super Mario Galaxy 2
PlayStation 3 - God of War 3, God of War: Ascension, Streets of Rage 2 (via Sonic's Ultimate Sega Genesis Collection)
Nintendo 3DS - Pokémon Sun
Nintendo Wii U - Epic Mickey 2: The Power of Two
PlayStation 4 - God of War
Unique Systems Covered: 14/14
Total Games Beaten: 27



Gypsy globe Triple Gold Star image image image image

Famicom/Nintendo Entertainment System - Tetris
NEC PC Engine - Bomberman '94
NEC PC Engine NEC CD-ROM 2 - Dragon Ball Z
Sega Genesis -
Game Boy - Cave Noire
Super Nintendo - Super Mario Bros. 3 (via Super Mario All-Stars), Chrono Trigger
Sega CD -
Sega Saturn - Digital Pinball Necronomicon
PlayStation - Xenogears, Final Fantasy IX, Suikoden
Nintendo 64 - Star Wars Episode I: Racer
Sega Dreamcast - Puyo Puyo Fever, Puzzle Bobble 4, Mr. Driller, Ready 2 Rumble Boxing
PlayStation 2 - Devil Summoner: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. the Soulless Army
Game Boy Advance - Super Robot Wars: Original Generations 2
Nintendo GameCube -
Microsoft Xbox -
Nintendo DS - Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
PlayStation Portable - Metal Gear Ac!d
PlayStation 3 - Ratchet & Clank: Into the Nexus
Nintendo Wii - Sin and Punishment: Star Successor
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Deathsmiles, Splatterhouse
Nintendo 3DS - Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright
PlayStation Vita -
Nintendo Wii U - Duck Tales Remastered
PlayStation 4 - Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice, Yakuza 5, Dark Souls 3, Judgment, Dark Souls Remastered, Psyvariar Delta, Dark Souls 3
Unique Systems Covered: 19/24
Still Secretly Loves KekW: Sega 32X
Total Games Beaten: 32



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PlayStation 4 - Assassin's Creed 3 Remastered, Final Fantasy VII Remake, Persona 5, Ni No Kuni Remastered, Marvel's Spider-Man
Nintendo Switch - Super Mario Bros., Animal Crossing: New Horizons, Super Mario Bros. 2, Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario World, Punch-Out!!, Super Punch-Out!!
Unique Systems Covered: 2/2
Total Games Beaten: 12



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Nintendo Entertainment System -
NEC PC Engine -
Game Boy -
Sega Genesis - Sonic the Hedgehog 3
Game Gear -
Neo Geo -
Super Nintendo - Captain Commando, Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers
Atari Jaguar - Raiden
Sega CD -
Sega 32X -
Sega Saturn - X-Men vs. Street Fighter
PlayStation - Resident Evil: Director's Cut
Game Boy Color -
Nintendo 64 -
Neo Geo Pocket Color - SNK vs. Capcom: The Match of the Millenium
Sega Dreamcast - Capcom vs. SNK 2: Millionaire Fighting 2001
PlayStation 2 -
Game Boy Advance -
Nintendo GameCube -
PlayStation Portable -
Nintendo Wii -
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Super Street Fighter IV: Arcade Edition, Dead or Alive 4
Nintendo 3DS - Streets of Rage 3D, Streets of Rage 2 3D
PlayStation Vita -
Nintendo Wii U -
PlayStation 4 - Psyvariar Delta, Street Fighter, Street Fighter II, Street Fighter II: Champion Edition, Street Fighter II': Hyper Fighting, Super Street Fighter II: The New Challengers (via SF 30th Anniversary Collection)
Microsoft Xbox One - Sega Vintage Collection: Streets of Rage
Nintendo Switch - Final Fantasy VII
Unique Systems Covered: 12/29
Total Games Beaten: 20



natewearly907 globe Silver Star image

Nintendo Entertainment System -
Super Nintendo - Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
Game Boy Color - Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Seasons
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: 6/8
Total Games Beaten: 6



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PC / Windows - Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, Star Wars: Squadrons, Wolfenstein: Cyberpilot
Atari 2600 -
Atari 5200 -
Nintendo Entertainment System -
Sega Master System -
Game Boy -
Sega Genesis - Castlevania: Bloodlines
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, Streets of Rage 4, Carrion, Gears of War 4
Sony PlayStation VR - Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, DOOM VFR
Nintendo Switch -
Oculus Rift - Vader Immortal, Drop Dead
Unique Systems Covered: 7/33
Total Games Beaten: 16



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PC / Windows - Portal 2, Resident Evil 2, Final Fantasy XI, One Must Fall 2097, MDK, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Twisted Metal, Rollcage
Atari 2600 - Pitfall
Nintendo Entertainment System - Super Mario Bros 2, Super Dodge Ball, Renegade, Crystalis, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game
Sega Genesis - Lunar: The Silver Star (via Mega Everdrive), Sonic CD (via Mega SD), Mega Man 2 (via Mega Man: The Wily Wars)
Game Gear - Mega Man
NEC Super Grafx - Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: PC Bangai Hen, Castlevania: Rondo of Blood
Neo Geo - Samurai Shodown, Super Dodge Ball, Metal Slug
Super Nintendo - Final Fantasy V, Super Mario Bros. (via Super Mario All-Stars), Super Metroid, Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
3DO - Road Rash
Atari Jaguar - Raiden
Sega 32X - Primal Rage
Sega Saturn - Strikers 1945, Marvel Super Heroes, X-Men vs. Street Fighter, Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter
Virtual Boy - Red Alarm
PlayStation - Warhawk: The Red Mercury Missions, MDK, Twisted Metal, Twisted Metal 2, Diablo
Nintendo 64 - Super Mario 64
image - Sunset Riders, Tekken, Tekken 2, X-Men: Children of the Atom, Burgertime, Tekken 3
Sega Dreamcast - Unreal Tournament, Marvel vs Capcom
PlayStation 2 - Time Crisis II, Tekken Tag Tournament
Game Boy Advance - Super Dodge Ball Advance, Super Mario Land DX, Tekken Advance, Metroid Fusion, Super Mario Land 2: Six Golden Coins DX, Bionic Commando, Donkey Kong Land
Nintendo GameCube - Alien Hominoid
Microsoft Xbox - Marvel vs Capcom 2
Nintendo DSi - Super Dodge Ball Brawlers, Chrono Trigger
PlayStation Portable - Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions
Android - Oddworld: New 'n' Tasty!
PlayStation 3 - The Last of Us, Batman: Arkham City
Nintendo Wii - New Super Mario Bros. Wii
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Mirror's Edge, Tekken Tag Tournament 2
PlayStation Vita - Shovel Knight
Nintendo Wii U - Super Meat Boy
Nintendo New 3DS Nintendo 3DS - 3D Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Microsoft Xbox One - Tacoma, Untitled Goose Game, Burnout Paradise Remastered
Sony PlayStation 4 Pro - Final Fantasy VII Remake
Sony PlayStation VR - Trover Saves the Universe, WipEout HD Fury
Nintendo Switch - Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening
Google Stadia - Serious Sam: The First Encounter HD
Unique Systems Covered: 35/35
Total Games Beaten: 80



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Nintendo Entertainment System -
Sega Genesis - Castlevania Bloodlines
Super Nintendo - Chrono Trigger
Nintendo 64 -
Neo Geo Pocket Color - SNK vs Capcom: The Match of the Millennium
Game Boy Advance - Super Mario Advance
Nintendo DS -
PlayStation 3 - Uncharted 3
Nintendo Wii -
Nintendo 3DS - Shin Megami Tensei IV
PlayStation Vita -
Nintendo Wii U - Zombi U
PlayStation 4 - Marvel's Spider-Man, 13 Sentinels: Aegis Ring
Nintendo Switch - Tokyo Mirage Sessions #FE, Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of an Elusive Age - Definitive Edition
PlayStation 5 - Demon's Souls
Unique Systems Covered: 10/15
Total Games Beaten: 12



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Nintendo Entertainment System - Super Mario Bros
Sega Genesis - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist
Game Boy -
Super Nintendo - Sunset Riders, Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
PlayStation - Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
Game Boy Color -
Nintendo 64 -
PlayStation 2 -
Game Boy Advance - Pokémon Emerald, Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap
Nintendo GameCube -
Nintendo DS - Chrono Trigger
PlayStation Portable - Final Fantasy IV: Interlude
Nintendo Wii - Castlevania: Rondo of Blood (NEC TurboGrafx-16 via Virtual Console)
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time Re-Shelled
Nintendo 3DS - Luigi's Mansion: Dark Moon, Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass
Nintendo Wii U - Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze
PlayStation 4 - Marvel's Spider-Man
Microsoft Xbox One - Halo 5: Guardians
Nintendo Switch - Strikers 1945, Slay the Spire, Cuphead, BoxBoy! + BoxGirl!, Ori and the Blind Forest, Super Mario Bros. 35, luigi's Mansion 3
Unique Systems Covered: 14/19
Total Games Beaten: 23



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PC / Windows - Dark Anthologies: Little Hope
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, Dragon's Lair: The Legend
Sega Genesis - The Lion King
Atari Lynx -
Game Gear - Coca-Cola Kid
Super Nintendo - Barbie Super Model
CD-i (Compact Disc Interactive) -
Sega CD - Wirehead
3DO - Daedalus Encounter
Atari Jaguar -
Sega Saturn -
PlayStation - Barbie Race & Ride, Barbie Explorer
Game Boy Color - Barbie Pet Rescue, Kelly Club: Clubhouse Fun, Barbie Magic Genie Adventure, Bing Yuan Li Xian
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, Barbie Horse Adventurers: Blue Ribbon Race
Nintendo GameCube -
Microsoft Xbox - Futurama
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 - What Remains of Edith Finch, Until Dawn
Microsoft Xbox One - Fast & Furious: Crossroads
Nintendo Switch - VA-11 HALL-A, Coffee Talk, Not Not, Murder by Numbers, Streets of Rage 4, Unravel TWO
Unique Systems Covered: 17/38
Total Games Beaten: 43



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PC / Windows - Ruiner, Castlevania: Rondo of Blood, Avicii Invector
Nintendo Entertainment System - Castlevania, Adventure Island, Pinball
Sega Genesis - Golden Axe, Sonic the Hedgehog
Game Boy - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of the Foot Clan, Super Mario Land, Kid Dracula
Neo Geo - Art of Fighting, Metal Slug 2
Game Gear - Vampire: Master of Darkness, Sonic: Triple Trouble
Super Nintendo - Super Castlevania IV, Barbie Super Model, Barbie Vacation Adventure, Super Metroid, Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
Sega Saturn - Astal, DonPachi, Body Special 264: Girls in Motion Puzzle Vol. 1, Body Special 264: Girls in Motion Puzzle Vol. 2
PlayStation - Harmful Park, Crash Bandicoot, Strikers 1945
Nintendo 64 - Crusi'n USA
Sega Dreamcast - Giga Wing, Giga Wing 2
PlayStation 2 - God of War 2
Game Boy Advance - Castlevania: Circle of the Moon, Ninja Five-O
Nintendo GameCube - Soul Calibur 2
Microsoft Xbox - Star Wars: Republic Commando
Steam - Q.U.B.E., Portal 2, Batman Arkham City
Android - Evoland, Apple Knight
PlayStation 3 - The Last of Us
Nintendo Wii - Goldeneye 007
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Splinter Cell: Conviction, Call of Juarez: Gunslinger, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow: Mirror of Fate
PlayStation 4 - Trover Saves the Universe
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, Untitled Goose Game, Chasm, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, Streets of Rage 4, The Messenger, Westerado, Resident Evil 7: Biohazard, Darksiders 3, Demon's Tilt, Carrion
Unique Systems Covered: 22/22
Total Games Beaten: 66



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PC / Windows - Burn: Cycle
Sega Master System -
Sega Genesis -
Sega CD -
PlayStation -
Game Boy Color -
PlayStation 2 -
Microsoft Xbox 360 -
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, Final Fantasy IX, Castlevania (via the Castlevania Collection), Jojo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes From Heaven
Unique Systems Covered: 2/9
Total Games Beaten: 12



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PC / Windows - Terminator Resistance
Nintendo DS - New Super Mario Bros.
PlayStation 3 -
Nintendo Wii -
Nintendo 3DS - Pokémon Ultra Sun, Super Mario 3D Land, New Super Mario Bros. 2
Nintendo Wii U -
Microsoft Xbox One - Ori and The Will Of the Wisps, DOOM 64, DOOM Eternal, Resident Evil 2, Silent Hill 2, Silent Hill 3, Cyberpunk 2077, Call of Duty: Black Ops, Call of Duty: Black Ops II
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, Resident Evil 6, Maneater, Spongebob Squarepants Rehydrated, The Last of Us Remastered, Last of Us Part II, Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, Destroy All Humans!, Ghost of Tsushima, Final Fantasy VII Remake, Marvel's Avengers, Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 Remastered, Kingdoms of Amalur: Re-Reckoning, Star Wars: Squadrons, Crash Bandicoot, Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back, Crash Bandicoot: Warped (all part of the N. Sane Trilogy), Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, Amnesia: Rebirth, Far Cry 3 Classic
Nintendo Switch - Pokémon Sword, Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of a Elusive Age, 198X, Donkey Kong Country, Paper Mario: The Origami King, Bloodstained: Curse of the Moon 2, Super Mario Bros., Super Mario Bros.: The Lost Levels, Super Mario Bros. 2, Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest, Super Mario Bros. 3, Super Mario World, Super Mario All-Stars, Super Mario 64, Super Mario Sunshine, Super Mario Galaxy
Microsoft Xbox Series X|S - Bright Memory
Unique Systems Covered: 7/10
Total Games Beaten: 64



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PC / Windows - Being a DIK: Season 1, Acting Lessons, Twists of My Life, Sigma Theory: Global Cold War, Headliner Novinews, Death and Taxes, Depraved Awakening, 198X, Midnight Ride
Nintendo Entertainment System - Snoopy's Silly Sports Spectacular
Sega Genesis -
Super Nintendo - Wild Guns
Sega CD -
Sega Saturn -
PlayStation -
Sega Dreamcast -
PlayStation 2 -
Game Boy Advance - Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade
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 - Fire Emblem Fates: Birthright
PlayStation Vita -
Nintendo Wii U -
PlayStation 4 - Yakuza 6, Final Fantasy 7 Remake, Sakura Wars
Microsoft Xbox One -
Nintendo Switch -
Unique Systems Covered: 9/23
Total Games Beaten: 19



sharif
GameTZ Subscriber Double Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally
16-Dec(#2)
Just beat Wirehead for Sega CD. As you might have guessed, it's an FMV game with only QTEs and nothing else. Even better, you can only guess on the QTEs, there are rarely any hints as to what the correct answer is, so you just need to brute force it. Sheer agony.

EB
GameTZ Subscriber Double Gold Good Trader
16-Dec(#3)
@Antipop I beat The Room on PC.

I've now beaten almost all of the Room games this year. They're so good, though this one is a little rougher in quality than the later ones. Puzzles aren't quite as satisfying.

54 games!

JD
GameTZ Subscriber 450 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally
16-Dec(#4)
Final switch game beaten - super punch out

Sending my son my switch for Christmas so now i only have ps4
Antipop
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16-Dec(#5)
Alright, everyone should be looking tip-top! Nice to see @JD get on the board and @Dasgessabel back in the fold! Congrats to @Slickriven for conquering all 22 of your systems; I tip my cap to you! @BloodPuppetX, I still have faith that you can end up on top, but you better get on it!

PS- @Renaissance2K, I'm only (lulz) counting 77 on your list. I double checked, but make sure I'm not missing anything.

Antipop
GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally Has Written 11 Reviews
16-Dec(#6)
And @EB, way to hang in there and hold onto a tie for the fifth spot among games beaten!

Antipop
GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally Has Written 11 Reviews
16-Dec(#7)
ErickRPG wrote:
> I want Pinball to be added because I'm going to get a virtual pinball cab. That
> way I can have like 100+ games beat!
>
>

Are they pinball video games? If so, I'm sure there's a way we could work them in somehow.

Slickriven
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16-Dec(#8)
Antipop wrote:
> Alright, everyone should be looking tip-top! Congrats to @Slickriven for conquering all 22 of your
> systems; I tip my cap to you!

Thanks, see you didn't give me the gold world icon.

Kommie
GameTZ Subscriber 250 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader
16-Dec(#9)
I'll probably join this topic for next year.

ErickRPG
GameTZ Subscriber Triple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally This user is on the site NOW (7 minutes ago)
16-Dec(#10)
Antipop wrote:
> ErickRPG wrote:
>> I want Pinball to be added because I'm going to get a virtual pinball cab. That
>> way I can have like 100+ games beat!
>>
>>
>
> Are they pinball video games? If so, I'm sure there's a way we could work them in
> somehow.

Haha I guess that's up for debate. They are virtual pinball recreations on a screen. So maybe no? But then there are VPX fan made tables so those aren't real tables that exist. It's just really up to how you feel, lol. Not a big deal to me but I have a virtua pin coming in soon and I will probably play it alot.

Antipop
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16-Dec(#11)
Slickriven wrote:
> Antipop wrote:
>> Alright, everyone should be looking tip-top! Congrats to @Slickriven for conquering
> all 22 of your
>> systems; I tip my cap to you!
>
> Thanks, see you didn't give me the gold world icon.
>
>

Look again, you detailed oriented son of a gun!

Antipop
GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally Has Written 11 Reviews
16-Dec(#12)
Kommie wrote:
> I'll probably join this topic for next year.
>
>

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Kommie
GameTZ Subscriber 250 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader
16-Dec(#13)
Antipop wrote:
> Kommie wrote:
>> I'll probably join this topic for next year.
>>
>>
>
>
>

Are you... anti-Communism? cause that's a deal breaker.

Antipop
GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally Has Written 11 Reviews
16-Dec(#14)
ErickRPG wrote:
> Antipop wrote:
>> ErickRPG wrote:
> |>> I want Pinball to be added because I'm going to get a virtual pinball cab. That
> |>> way I can have like 100+ games beat!
> |>>
> |>>
>>
>> Are they pinball video games? If so, I'm sure there's a way we could work them
> in
>> somehow.
>
> Haha I guess that's up for debate. They are virtual pinball recreations on a screen.
> So maybe no? But then there are VPX fan made tables so those aren't real tables
> that exist. It's just really up to how you feel, lol. Not a big deal to me but
> I have a virtua pin coming in soon and I will probably play it alot.
>
>

I'm obviously not opposed to custom icons and the like, so I think pinball games could be an option next year. Heck, I've already got a badge for those type of games anyhow!

Slickriven
GameTZ Subscriber Gold Good Trader Has Written 1 Review This user is on the site NOW (8 minutes ago)
16-Dec(#15)
Antipop wrote:
>
> Look again, you detailed oriented son of a gun!
>

See I knew I just missed it...

Antipop
GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally Has Written 11 Reviews
16-Dec(#16)
Kommie wrote:
> Antipop wrote:
>> Kommie wrote:
> Are you... anti-Communism? cause that's a deal breaker.
>
>

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Renaissance2K
GameTZ Subscriber Triple Gold Good Trader Has Written 4 Reviews
17-Dec(#17)
Antipop wrote:
> Alright, everyone should be looking tip-top! Nice to see @JD get on the board and
> @Dasgessabel back in the fold! Congrats to @Slickriven for conquering all 22 of your
> systems; I tip my cap to you! @BloodPuppetX, I still have faith that you can end
> up on top, but you better get on it!
>
> PS- @Renaissance2K, I'm only (lulz) counting 77 on your list. I double checked,
> but make sure I'm not missing anything.
>
It's 78. I have them in a spreadsheet.

*ducks*

GamersLyf
Gold Good Trader
17-Dec(#18)
Renaissance2K wrote:
> Antipop wrote:
>> Alright, everyone should be looking tip-top! Nice to see @JD get on the board
> and
>> @Dasgessabel back in the fold! Congrats to @Slickriven for conquering all 22 of
> your
>> systems; I tip my cap to you! @BloodPuppetX, I still have faith that you can end
>> up on top, but you better get on it!
>>
>> PS- @Renaissance2K, I'm only (lulz) counting 77 on your list. I double checked,
>> but make sure I'm not missing anything.
>>
> It's 78. I have them in a spreadsheet.
>
> *ducks*
>
>

I counted 77 as well so @Antipop must have missed one when updating
ErickRPG
GameTZ Subscriber Triple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally This user is on the site NOW (7 minutes ago)
17-Dec(#19)
Antipop wrote:
> ErickRPG wrote:
>> Antipop wrote:
> |>> ErickRPG wrote:
>> |>> I want Pinball to be added because I'm going to get a virtual pinball cab.
> That
>> |>> way I can have like 100+ games beat!
>> |>>
>> |>>
> |>>
> |>> Are they pinball video games? If so, I'm sure there's a way we could work them
>> in
> |>> somehow.
>>
>> Haha I guess that's up for debate. They are virtual pinball recreations on a
> screen.
>> So maybe no? But then there are VPX fan made tables so those aren't real tables
>> that exist. It's just really up to how you feel, lol. Not a big deal to me but
>> I have a virtua pin coming in soon and I will probably play it alot.
>>
>>
>
> I'm obviously not opposed to custom icons and the like, so I think pinball games
> could be an option next year. Heck, I've already got a badge for those type of games
> anyhow!

Yay! Well I definitely look forward to talking about all the pinball games I'll be playing. Plus I'm going to try to get my lesser played systems out of the way first next year. Genesis, DS, etc. .

Renaissance2K
GameTZ Subscriber Triple Gold Good Trader Has Written 4 Reviews
17-Dec(#20)
GamersLyf wrote:
> Renaissance2K wrote:
>> Antipop wrote:
> |>> Alright, everyone should be looking tip-top! Nice to see @JD get on the board
>> and
> |>> @Dasgessabel back in the fold! Congrats to @Slickriven for conquering all 22
> of
>> your
> |>> systems; I tip my cap to you! @BloodPuppetX, I still have faith that you can
> end
> |>> up on top, but you better get on it!
> |>>
> |>> PS- @Renaissance2K, I'm only (lulz) counting 77 on your list. I double checked,
> |>> but make sure I'm not missing anything.
> |>>
>> It's 78. I have them in a spreadsheet.
>>
>> *ducks*
>>
>>
>
> I counted 77 as well so @Antipop must have missed one when updating

2020 is clearly the year of the recount.


JD
GameTZ Subscriber 450 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally
17-Dec(#21)
I think that's it for 2020 I might start assassin creed odyssey soon I doubt it'll be done before 2020 ends
BloodPuppetX
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17-Dec(#22)
I finally went back and beat Donkey Kong Country on Switch. Only on the second world in DKC2. Maybe I'll play some more of that tonight.
Slickriven
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* 17-Dec(#23)
DKC was easily my favorite SNES gaming memory as a kid, but I played with a friend, was his title and we never beat it, that I can recall. I got into it earlier this year on the SNES classic, but for some reason didn't stick with it. I do want to finish it so maybe I'll focus on it in '21 and do the 2 sequels as well.

Scott
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17-Dec(#24)
DKC 1-3 are all so good. 1 and 2 were definitely some of my best gaming memories growing up. I only played 3 once (borrowed from a relative but had to give back quickly) and didn't really get into it. I finally went back and beat it a couple years ago and loved it. The difficulty gets pretty brutal near the end.
Slickriven
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17-Dec(#25)
Music was one of the best things about DKC, I can actually still hear those tunes in my head today. The water world one is a personal favorite, but even the map tune is good... and has been in my head since I read Blood's post.

Antipop
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17-Dec(#26)
@Kommie just joking ya, bring your communist ass up in here.

Kommie
GameTZ Subscriber 250 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader
17-Dec(#27)
NEXT YEAR. DON'T RUSH ME.

Dasgessabel
GameTZ Subscriber 350 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally
17-Dec(#28)
Kommie wrote:
> NEXT YEAR. DON'T RUSH ME.
>
>

You can easily beat me. I beat like 1 game every four months or so
Antipop
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17-Dec(#29)
Kommie wrote:
> NEXT YEAR. DON'T RUSH ME.
>
>

THATS WHAT I FUGGIN MEANT GOD

Antipop
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17-Dec(#30)
Slickriven wrote:
> Music was one of the best things about DKC, I can actually still hear those tunes
> in my head today. The water world one is a personal favorite, but even the map tune
> is good... and has been in my head since I read Blood's post.
>
>

DKC 2 has a top five soundtrack on SNES. That's not an opinion.

Antipop
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17-Dec(#31)
@Renaissance2K @GamersLyf yep, that was on me. I somehow overlooked Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game. Obviously I needed Rudy G. on the case...

Scott
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17-Dec(#32)
Slickriven wrote:
> Music was one of the best things about DKC, I can actually still hear those tunes
> in my head today. The water world one is a personal favorite, but even the map tune
> is good... and has been in my head since I read Blood's post.

Yeah, the soundtracks are amazing, I listen to them regularly while working.
Kommie
GameTZ Subscriber 250 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader
17-Dec(#33)
Missed opportunity to say stop russian me...

Scott
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17-Dec(#34)
Antipop wrote:
> Slickriven wrote:
>> Music was one of the best things about DKC, I can actually still hear those tunes
>> in my head today. The water world one is a personal favorite, but even the map
> tune
>> is good... and has been in my head since I read Blood's post.
>>
>>
>
> DKC 2 has a top five soundtrack on SNES. That's not an opinion.


Top 5 isn't even a question. For me, it's tied at #1 with Secret of Mana.
Antipop
GameTZ Subscriber Quadruple Gold Good Trader Global Trader - willing to trade internationally Has Written 11 Reviews
17-Dec(#35)
Scott wrote:
> Antipop wrote:
>> Slickriven wrote:
> |>> Music was one of the best things about DKC, I can actually still hear those tunes
> |>> in my head today. The water world one is a personal favorite, but even the map
>> tune
> |>> is good... and has been in my head since I read Blood's post.
> |>>
> |>>
>>
>> DKC 2 has a top five soundtrack on SNES. That's not an opinion.
>
>
> Top 5 isn't even a question. For me, it's tied at #1 with Secret of Mana.

Chrono Trigger, Super Castlevania IV, Contra 3, and FF6 are all in the conversation too, imo.

Kommie
GameTZ Subscriber 250 Trade Quintuple Gold Good Trader
17-Dec(#36)
Worst soundtrack nominee:

Axiom Verge

But I seem to be one of the only people who hate it. Synthwave is just awful, IMO

Scott
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17-Dec(#37)
Antipop wrote:
> Scott wrote:
>> Antipop wrote:
> |>>
> |>> DKC 2 has a top five soundtrack on SNES. That's not an opinion.
>>
>>
>> Top 5 isn't even a question. For me, it's tied at #1 with Secret of Mana.
>
> Chrono Trigger, Super Castlevania IV, Contra 3, and FF6 are all in the conversation
> too, imo.

Chrono Trigger and FF6 are definitely in my top 5, but I put DKC2 and SoM over both of them pretty easily. Largely because nearly every single song on the DKC2 and SoM soundtracks is a banger, while CT and FF6 have a lot of just ok songs. I haven't listened to the Super Castlevania IV soundtrack very much to be honest, but based on my memory of it from playing the game, it's very good but doesn't beat the other 4. Never listened to the Contra 3 soundtrack at all, but it doesn't stand out to me from gameplay. I'll give it a listen some time.
Scott
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17-Dec(#38)
Kommie wrote:
> Worst soundtrack nominee:
>
> Axiom Verge
>
> But I seem to be one of the only people who hate it. Synthwave is just awful, IMO

Worst opinion of soundtracks nominee:

Kommie
Kommie
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17-Dec(#39)
False

BloodPuppetX
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17-Dec(#40)
I've completely forgotten the Axiom Verge soundtrack myself. Unfortunately, I was playing DKC with the volume really low. I'll turn it up for DKC2 so I can see what I'm missing. I like FFVI most of all on SNES, simply because I played it so much and the music is easier for me to remember. By comparison, I only played through Secret of Mana once.
Slickriven
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17-Dec(#41)
Haven't played DKC2, so no opinion on the soundtrack, but based on 1, I am not surprised at the praise from y'all. I should look into listening to some SNES soundtracks while working. I do like 80's synth and other EDM flavors so that could be worth while. I know I have a 30+ min YT loop video of one of the Star Fox tracks that was really good. Plus a few LttP tracks stand out in my memory as well.

Renaissance2K
GameTZ Subscriber Triple Gold Good Trader Has Written 4 Reviews
17-Dec(#42)
Antipop wrote:
> Scott wrote:
>> Antipop wrote:
> |>> Slickriven wrote:
>> |>> Music was one of the best things about DKC, I can actually still hear those
> tunes
>> |>> in my head today. The water world one is a personal favorite, but even the
> map
> |>> tune
>> |>> is good... and has been in my head since I read Blood's post.
>> |>>
>> |>>
> |>>
> |>> DKC 2 has a top five soundtrack on SNES. That's not an opinion.
>>
>>
>> Top 5 isn't even a question. For me, it's tied at #1 with Secret of Mana.
>
> Chrono Trigger, Super Castlevania IV, Contra 3, and FF6 are all in the conversation
> too, imo.

The Chrono Trigger soundtrack is the video game music equivalent of the Sistine Chapel's ceiling.

Scott
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17-Dec(#43)
Slickriven wrote:
> Haven't played DKC2, so no opinion on the soundtrack, but based on 1, I am not surprised
> at the praise from y'all.

I've said many times that DKC2 is better than DKC1 in virtually every way, and the soundtrack is definitely no exception. The DKC1 soundtrack is great, but DKC2 takes video game music to a whole other level.

> I should look into listening to some SNES soundtracks while
> working. I do like 80's synth and other EDM flavors so that could be worth while.

I love it. I can't listen to anything with lyrics, it distracts me, so video game soundtracks are perfect. I highly recommend taking the time to seek them out in spc format, the quality is amazing and noticeably different.


Slickriven
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17-Dec(#44)
Scott wrote:
>
> I've said many times that DKC2 is better than DKC1 in virtually every way, and the
> soundtrack is definitely no exception. The DKC1 soundtrack is great, but DKC2 takes
> video game music to a whole other level.

Will have to wrap up 1 so I can play 2 then.

> I love it. I can't listen to anything with lyrics, it distracts me, so video game
> soundtracks are perfect. I highly recommend taking the time to seek them out in spc
> format, the quality is amazing and noticeably different.

Yeah I don't do great with lyrics while working myself, thus why I like @Kommie's favorite synth-wave stuff. Prime Thanatos on YT is good. Will have to look into some gaming soundtracks.

Antipop
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17-Dec(#45)
Defeated the loathsome Spider Mastermind in DOOM (1993) on Nintendo Switch. Played through most of the campaign in 16:9, which in retrospect wasn't such a wise move; 4:3 looked so much better. What, however, can one say about the game that hasn't been said a million times over? Nothing, that's what one can say.

EB
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* 17-Dec(#46)
@Antipop I beat Hitman Go: Definitive Edition on PC.

Haven't done all the secondary bonus objectives but cleared every level. I bought this on PC a couple of years ago because I remembered enjoying it in the short time I owned a Vita. It's still pretty fun. I own Lara Croft Go on iOS so I may do that next, since I remember liking that too.

Also for PC I beat DLC Quest.

It's a short little spoof game that makes you "buy" DLC with coins you find throughout the world to make you upgrade enough to progress in the game. It's from 2012, but it feels especially on-the-nose with EA today. Took me about 40 minutes to finish.

56 games down.

Also, DOOM 1993 still rules, especially when I played with GZDoom to modernize it a bit.

Antipop
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17-Dec(#47)
BloodPuppetX wrote:
> I've completely forgotten the Axiom Verge soundtrack myself. Unfortunately, I was
> playing DKC with the volume really low. I'll turn it up for DKC2 so I can see what
> I'm missing. I like FFVI most of all on SNES, simply because I played it so much
> and the music is easier for me to remember. By comparison, I only played through
> Secret of Mana once.

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GamersLyf
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17-Dec(#48)
Renaissance2K wrote:
> The Chrono Trigger soundtrack is the video game music equivalent of the Sistine Chapel's
> ceiling.
>
>
EVERYTHING ABOUT CHRONO TRIGGER IS AMAZING!!!!
Frank
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18-Dec(#49)
Just beat Bright Memory on Xbox Series X.

Fun little preview! Took all of 35 minutes to complete. Should honestly be a free demo to advertise the upcoming Bright Memory Infinite.

EB
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18-Dec(#50)
Frank wrote:
> Just beat Bright Memory on Xbox Series X.
>
> Fun little preview! Took all of 35 minutes to complete. Should honestly be a free
> demo to advertise the upcoming Bright Memory Infinite.

This game looks cool. I know it basically is a preview of the actual game coming out (Infinite) but I would give this a shot for $8. Not on PS5 unfortunately. Is Infinite coming to other consoles?

Frank
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18-Dec(#51)
EB wrote:
> Frank wrote:
>> Just beat Bright Memory on Xbox Series X.
>>
>> Fun little preview! Took all of 35 minutes to complete. Should honestly be a free
>> demo to advertise the upcoming Bright Memory Infinite.
>
> This game looks cool. I know it basically is a preview of the actual game coming
> out (Infinite) but I would give this a shot for $8. Not on PS5 unfortunately. Is
> Infinite coming to other consoles?
>
>

It was a cool experience. I guess it sorta acts as a prequel to the upcoming full game. Instead of telling you the prior events, you get to play them. Totally not missing anything major story-wise though.

I think it's only going to be on Xbox and PC, but I could be wrong.
razeak
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19-Dec(#52)
Kommie wrote:
> Worst soundtrack nominee:
>
> Axiom Verge
>
> But I seem to be one of the only people who hate it. Synthwave is just awful, IMO
>
>

First communism, now this. When does it end? haha.
Kommie
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19-Dec(#53)
razeak wrote:
> Kommie wrote:
>> Worst soundtrack nominee:
>>
>> Axiom Verge
>>
>> But I seem to be one of the only people who hate it. Synthwave is just awful,
> IMO
>>
>>
>
> First communism, now this. When does it end? haha.

I'd rather listen to a dude farting on a snare drum than the soundtrack to that game ever again.

TalonJedi87
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19-Dec(#54)
@Antipop Would Bright Memory on Xbox SX count as a game beat? I finished the run 3x and maxed out all 1000 achievements points.
ErickRPG
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19-Dec(#55)
I would say yes, Antipop is pretty cool about titles, it's all about having fun. If he's willing to consider my pinball games as games then I say yours counts.

TalonJedi87
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* 19-Dec(#56)
Oh okay cool. Either way I'm fine with it. I was just curious since its a game but more like a tech demo but still has 1000 achievement points that encourages multiple playthroughs which is nice.
EB
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20-Dec(#57)
@Antipop I beat Celeste on PC.

Since I got most of the way through a save earlier in the year on PC, and since different platforms count for the same game, I decided to finally finish this run up.

681 deaths (vs. about 1000 earlier in the year) and a time of 3 hours and 56 minutes.

That makes 57 games this year. Let's see if I can hit 60 by the end.



Kommie
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20-Dec(#58)
Hey @Antipop I just beat World of Warcraft. Mark me done!

Antipop
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20-Dec(#59)
Kommie wrote:
> Hey @Antipop I just beat World of Warcraft. Mark me done!
>
>

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Renaissance2K
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20-Dec(#60)
In trying to decide on a personally important replay to be game #80, I settled on FreQuency. I had a blast with it back when it was released, and it introduced me to a number of artists and producers that I still listen to today. Plus, when Guitar Hero and Rock Band briefly took over the world, I could sit there like a hipster and point out that I was playing tracked rhythm games for years by that point.

Unfortunately, even with a PVM and a brand new Dual Shock 2, I think I've concluded that I don't have the memory or the reflexes to complete the game anymore. Indeed, even back in 2001, finishing the game on Expert - the only difficulty with an actual ending - was nothing short of miraculous, so attempting to repeat that feat as an old fart was probably a pipe dream.

What a bummer.

Combing through my Backloggery to find something else worth re-tackling.

Antipop
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21-Dec(#61)
@TalonJedi87 yeah man, like Erick said, I leave it up to the individual to decide whether they've beaten a game or not. Especially for arcadey type games that don't have a traditional ending.

Also, the OP has been updated and we're up to 800 games beaten as a group. Wow!

Antipop
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21-Dec(#62)
Renaissance2K wrote:
> In trying to decide on a personally important replay to be game #80, I settled on
> FreQuency. I had a blast with it back when it was released, and it introduced me
> to a number of artists and producers that I still listen to today. Plus, when Guitar
> Hero and Rock Band briefly took over the world, I could sit there like a hipster
> and point out that I was playing tracked rhythm games for years by that point.
>
> Unfortunately, even with a PVM and a brand new Dual Shock 2, I think I've concluded
> that I don't have the memory or the reflexes to complete the game anymore. Indeed,
> even back in 2001, finishing the game on Expert - the only difficulty with an actual
> ending - was nothing short of miraculous, so attempting to repeat that feat as an
> old fart was probably a pipe dream.
>
> What a bummer.
>
> Combing through my Backloggery to find something else worth re-tackling.
>
>

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JD
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21-Dec(#63)
Better start up 2021 thread to prepare
Dasgessabel
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21-Dec(#64)
Antipop wrote:
> @TalonJedi87 yeah man, like Erick said, I leave it up to the individual to decide
> whether they've beaten a game or not. Especially for arcadey type games that don't
> have a traditional ending.
>
> Also, the OP has been updated and we're up to 800 games beaten as a group.
> Wow!
>

Ya'll couldn't have done that without my 4. Just think, without my 4, you'd only be like 796.
Antipop
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21-Dec(#65)
@Dasgessabel your math adds up and 796 definitely doesn't look as crisp as 800. We salute you.

ErickRPG
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21-Dec(#66)
I'll be updating my systems owned in 2021. Like I have an xbox one X. But if I beat say a 360 game on that I'll just say I beat a 360 game on my xbox one. lol.

TalonJedi87
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21-Dec(#67)
Antipop wrote:
> @TalonJedi87 yeah man, like Erick said, I leave it up to the individual to decide
> whether they've beaten a game or not. Especially for arcadey type games that don't
> have a traditional ending.
>
> Also, the OP has been updated and we're up to 800 games beaten as a group.
> Wow!
>
>

Awesome! Sounds good to me. Thanks dude 👌👍
EB
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21-Dec(#68)
Yeah my systems list will be different next year too. Generally, unless I own the original platform the game was made for, I just count older games for the system I beat them on. I'll count PS4 games I beat next year for my PS5 since that's the system I'm playing on.

ErickRPG
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21-Dec(#69)
I also have beaten most of my GBA games and I have a very small collection. So I have to decide if I even want to list that specific system. I have an analogue Sega MG, but I do at least have 2 physical genesis RPGs and I've not played either so I might actually try to beat one.

Slickriven
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* 21-Dec(#70)
EB wrote:
> Yeah my systems list will be different next year too. Generally, unless I own the
> original platform the game was made for, I just count older games for the system
> I beat them on. I'll count PS4 games I beat next year for my PS5 since that's the
> system I'm playing on.
>

I sort of did the opposite, like most recently I beat Soul Calibur 2 playing it on my Wii console, but via the GC disk and with a GC controller. But hey to each their own, that's what's nice about this thread, we're free to make our own rules somewhat. I went for my golden globe and sought out some ROMs for my older systems that I either didn't want to dig out of storage or used it as a chance to play/beat some games that I never played/owned before.
But having 5 mini consoles, I also made a point to play games on those as well, since I figured that would be more accurate vs. emulating on my PC.

Plus I ended up beating 19 X1 titles, so I didn't really want to count any more on that system and thus counted my 2x 360 games and 1 OG Xbox title for those consoles vs. where I actually played them which was on that X1. That said, if I would have played a redone/remastered version of a game, I wouldn't have counted it for it's original version's platform. Lastly I acquired some Nintendo DS ROMs and tried out a few, didn't end up beating any, but if I had I was thinking that since I never owned a DS that I would count them as PC, where I played 'em.

RobotVM
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21-Dec(#71)
Finished Chrono Trigger for SNES, Castlevania Bloodline for Genesis, Demon's Souls for PS5, 13 Sentinels for PS4, Zombi U for Wii U, Super Mario Advanced for GBA, Shin Megami Tensei IV for 3DS, Uncharted 3 for PS3. I don't have a Dreamcast anymore.

Slickriven
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22-Dec(#72)
Made it to 63
Just beat Carrion on Microsoft Xbox One
Game wasn't too bad, but like others have said, having a map or even a general direction would be nice. Apparently shortly before beating it you can access a room that gives you all the other area's completion statuses, so I noted them down and want to collect the last few containment units to get 1k GS, I only have 1 achievement left after finding my 6th unit after watching the credits roll and jumping back in.
Game gets frustrating at times when you're trying to control such a large biomass with the analog stick as precision goes out the window. Otherwise the game was a decent spin and wasn't generally too difficult. Glad I knocked it off the list, though it doesn't help me towards any badges or other personal goals really.

I also completed the final 2 DLC side stories in Batman Arkham Knight. Sort of fitting that I started 2020 by beating B:AK early on and now I end 2020 by finally closing up those story DLC. I had Catwoman and Bat Girl to do last. Cat's was short and decent, Bat Girl's was a bit longer and had some optional stuff to tackle. Enjoyed 'em both. Only leaves piles of AR challenges remaining... of which I think they'll remain untouched.

JD
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22-Dec(#73)
It ain't magic till you hit 69 dude
ErickRPG
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22-Dec(#74)
86 that 69 stuff. 10-4 good buddy? winking raspberry

Scott
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22-Dec(#75)
RobotVM wrote:
> Finished Chrono Trigger for SNES, Castlevania Bloodline for Genesis, Demon's Souls
> for PS5, 13 Sentinels for PS4, Zombi U for Wii U, Super Mario Advanced for GBA, Shin
> Megami Tensei IV for 3DS, Uncharted 3 for PS3. I don't have a Dreamcast anymore.

Is that all?
GamersLyf
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22-Dec(#76)
My brother came over the other day so we beat Streets of Rage 2 on PlayStation 3 via Sonic's Ultimate Genesis Collection. I also just finished up Need for Speed Underground 2 on PlayStation 2. That game is WAY too long for an arcade racer.... I plan on beating at least 2 more games before the end of the year.
EB
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* 22-Dec(#77)
@Antipop I beat Lara Croft GO on iOS.

I redownloaded this after beating Hitman GO last week. I remember liking this one a lot a few years ago, but playing it now I think it's less intuitive or satisfying than Hitman GO is. Still not a bad little puzzle game.

For my next iOS game I think I'm gonna play Monument Valley, which was always one of my favorites for iOS.

Edit: I also beat Monument Valley on iOS which ended up being shorter than I remembered. It still is very clever though rarely actually challenging.

59 games down. Doom should push that to 60 pretty soon!

razeak
Gold Good Trader Has Written 9 Reviews
22-Dec(#78)
Squadrons has stolen my game time. I have about 70 hours in since it released. The updates and balance changes have been pretty good. I think I'll get World War Z done before year ends hopefully.
Renaissance2K
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* 23-Dec(#79)
For game #79, to make sure my 80th and final game of the year would indeed be Chrono Trigger, I played through Donkey Kong Land for the Game Boy, after not touching it for nearly 25 years.


My family didn't have a Super Nintendo while I was growing up, but I loved me some Donkey Kong Country. I apologize to all my school friends with whom I played the game every time I visited, only to stop dead at Snow Barrel Blast. Every time. My brother and I had Game Boys, though, so when Donkey Kong Land was announced that squeezed the same pre-rendered gameplay into a tiny, pea soup screen. And you know what? It wasn't half bad. Unlike a lot of downsized ports (like the Game Gear version of Mega Man that I just finished), Donkey Kong Land's levels were designed with the smaller screen in mind. There were significantly fewer blind leaps of faith into the great unknown that end in untimely, frustrating deaths. The few necessary platforms that lay just out of your field of view were hinted at with bananas or other tokens that indicated you were on the right track and not just crossing your fingers.

That said, it's nowhere near as polished as I remember. The controls are definitely stickier than the Super Nintendo version, even after realizing that some of my floaty were moves were actually the result of a shoddy Super Game Boy gamepad and not my inept old man hands. I got hit by a number of pretty serious bugs during my new playthrough, including one that repeatedly caused me to wrongly lose lives after bumping into an enemy, even with my partner waiting in the wings. More than once, I finished a level only to have the game crash to the EverDrive menu before I got a chance to save. And about saving... This game only lets you do it if you collect the four K-O-N-G tokens as you work your way through the level, which makes them the most valuable collectibles in video game history when your toddler could wake up from his nap at any moment and cause you to abandon your progress.

Back when I first owned the game, after playing through it once and doing some more exploring, my family hosted an exchange student from France who happened to bring along two French video game magazines. One of them had an article detailing the location of every single secret in Donkey Kong Land, allowing you to unlock the coveted exclamation point that appears next to each fully-cleared level. One rainy afternoon while he was here, we sat in my room with a French-English dictionary and iterated our way through my save file until it had "100%" written next to it. As far as I know, that was the first time I fully-cleared a video game. Usually, it was enough of a miracle just to clear it in the basest terms.

The Game Boy screen didn't do the game any favors, and even modern colorized or brightened screens still produce a whole lot of "green on green" or "gray on gray" that makes the game look noisy or hard to parse, especially while things are in motion. For this playthrough, I decided to put my Super Game Boy 2 through its paces, since it has been gathering dust since I first picked it up. While Donkey Kong Land is proudly "Super Game Boy Enhanced", the playfield is still completely monochrome, which eliminates any chance of picking your chosen monkey out of the mess of jungle foliage. You do, however, get to stare at a border of beautifully-rendered banana leaves the entire time, and Donkey Kong's tie is bright red on the title screen. Oh, the wonders of technology and frivolous gaming accessories.



Nintendo Entertainment System - Crystalis, Renegade, Super Dodge Ball, Super Mario Bros. 2, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game
PC / Windows - Final Fantasy XI, MDK, One Must Fall 2097, Portal 2, Resident Evil 2, Resident Evil VII: Biohazard, Rollcage, Twisted Metal
Sega Genesis - Lunar: The Silver Star, Mega Man 2 (via Mega Man: The Wily Wars), Sonic CD
NEC Super Grafx - Castlevania: Rondo of Blood, Nekketsu Kōkō Dodgeball Bu: PC Bangai Hen
Neo Geo - Metal Slug, Samurai Shodown II, Super Dodge Ball
Super Nintendo - Final Fantasy V, Super Mario Bros. (via Super Mario All-Stars), Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island, Super Metroid
3DO - Road Rash
Atari Jaguar - Raiden
Sega 32X - Primal Rage
Sega Saturn - Marvel Super Heroes, Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter, Strikers 1945, X-Men vs. Street Fighter
Virtual Boy - Red Alarm
PlayStation - Diablo, MDK, Twisted Metal, Twisted Metal 2, Warhawk: The Red Mercury Missions
Nintendo 64 - Super Mario 64
Sega Dreamcast - Marvel vs. Capcom, Unreal Tournament
PlayStation 2 - Tekken Tag Tournament, Time Crisis II
Game Gear - Mega Man
Game Boy Advance - Bionic Commando, Donkey Kong Land, Metroid Fusion, Super Dodge Ball Advance, Super Mario Land DX, Super Mario Land 2 DX, Tekken Advance
Nintendo GameCube - Alien Hominid
Microsoft Xbox - Marvel vs. Capcom 2
Nintendo DSi - Super Dodge Ball Brawlers
PlayStation Portable - Final Fantasy Tactics: The War of the Lions [Kind Of]
PlayStation 3 - Batman: Arkham Asylum, The Last of Us, Twisted Metal
Nintendo Wii - New Super Mario Bros. Wii
Microsoft Xbox 360 - Mirror's Edge, Tekken Tag Tournament 2
PlayStation Vita - Shovel Knight
Nintendo New 3DS - 3D Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Nintendo Wii U - Super Meat Boy
Sony PlayStation 4 Pro - Final Fantasy VII Remake
Sony PlayStation VR - Trover Saves the Universe, WipEout HD Fury (via WipEout Omega Collection)
Microsoft Xbox One - Burnout Paradise Remastered, Tacoma, Untitled Goose Game
Nintendo Switch - The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening
Android - Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee: New n' Tasty
Google Stadia - Serious Sam: The First Encounter HD (via Serious Sam Collection)
miscellaneous - Burgertime (Arcade), Pitfall! (Atari 2600), Sunset Riders (Arcade), Tekken (Arcade), Tekken 2 (Arcade), Tekken 3 (Arcade), X-Men: Children of the Atom (Arcade)
Unique Systems Covered: 33/33
Total Games Beaten: 79


I'm on the penultimate chapter of Chrono Trigger, in that part of every Square RPG where you run around completing optional side-quests and watching your characters rediscover themselves as you procrastinate before the final dungeon. And then, that'll be it for 2020.

Bleed_DukeBlue
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23-Dec(#80)
#55 down: Kirby's Dream Land 3 on SNES

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