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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by Jobobonobo » July 15th, 2017, 10:44 pm

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4/01: Rez Infinite
16/01: Journey
20/02: Bastion
20/02: Pokemon Moon
09/03: Grow Home
April 15: Kirby Mass Attack
April 30: Yooka Laylee
June 23: The Last Guardian
July 15: Mario and Luigi Superstar Saga

Absolute blast I had with this. Just a fun, charming adventure with a well paced, goofy story. The combat system is really a fantastic way to get in new players who might be turned off by the more slow paced turn based battles by turning them into these dynamic battles where you need to be able to read your enemy and react in time to their attacks to counter. The final boss was a really great test of those skills and after losing a couple of times I was countering her attacks no problem (for the most part)! Also the humour is exactly right for a Mario RPG and Luigi was by far the star of the show. The use of the brother's abilities to solve puzzles were always a joy to figure out as well and made exploration just as much fun as battling. This is a fantastic start to what I feel are a sublime series of RPGs.

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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by Chopper » July 16th, 2017, 9:01 pm

mikeleddy83 wrote:
July 15th, 2017, 2:19 pm
Yeah, it's been a (bugs and glitches aside) solid game. I've started on the lifeline dlc, it's a new place and looks like a good state of decay 1.5 if you get the urge to fire it up, a bit more action packed being a military base but with a day of the dead like hook i'm well invested already. My only gripe about the sequel will be that as a solo xbox one player I'll miss some of the co-op stuff it brings. Send me a friend request on the xbox if you pick it up: mikeleddy83
I must have a look at Lifeline then, as soon as I dig myself out of the Factorio-sized hole I'm currently in. It could be an interesting game to revisit. Unfortunately I'm on PC, so no Xbox for me :(

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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by Flabyo » July 17th, 2017, 10:44 pm

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May 22nd, 2017, 9:47 am
Jan 1st - Gravity Rush Remastered (PS4)
Jan 8th - Shantae: Half-genie hero (XBO)
Feb 1st - Tales from the Borderlands (XBO)
Feb 6th - Stories: The Path of Destinies (PS4)
Mar 19th - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (WiiU)
Apr 2nd - Uncharted 4: A Thief's End (PS4)
Apr 17th - Ryse: Son of Rome (XBO)
Apr 25th - The Sexy Brutale (XBO)
May 13th - Borderlands 2 (360)
May 21st - The Witness (XBO)
May 25th - Injustice 2 : story mode, all paths (PS4)
July 17th - Horizon : Zero Dawn (PS4)

Absolutely stunning game, probably about as good as the “standard model” open world game design can get. Interesting combat, great visuals, very solid plot with some pretty outstanding writing.

In a year with no Breath of the Wild it would easily be my game of the year. As it is... it might still be. Will need to think some more on it though.

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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by Joshihatsumitsu » July 17th, 2017, 11:41 pm

Persona 5 - PS4

After the end credits rolled, and I was given my completed game save, I wanted to drive back in straight away. But, alas, I will resist that temptation for the moment (mainly due to that backlog of games that I'm sure everyone here can relate to), and revisit it again somewhere down the line. For the moment, it's nice to just let things sink in, and savour the experience.

Just like 3 and 4, it's not flawless, but I struggle to think of any game that is "perfect" (hmm... maybe Tetris on the original Gameboy, but I'm sure that would be up for debate). One spoiler-free criticism: after spending well over 100 hours with the Japanese audio track, the end credits only displayed the English voice actors. Considering that the Japanese audio option is DLC and optional, I understand why it wasn't included, but it's still a bit disappointing. After all, I now associate those characters with those voices, so it would have been good if the actors got the recognition.

And while Breath of the Wild (Wii U version) still sits on my shelf, waiting to be played, I need something considerable shorter and in a different genre to break it up a bit. Maybe Vanquish (PS3)... it does have a layer of dust on it...

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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by kintaris » July 18th, 2017, 6:58 pm

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08 Jan: Crypt of the Serpent King (Xbox One, review copy, 100% achievements, one of the worst game's I've ever played)
19 Jan: Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China (Xbox One, 100% achievements)
26 Jan: Dear Esther: Landmark Edition (Xbox One, 100% achievements)
26 Jan: Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments (Xbox One, 100% achievements)
29 Jan: METRICO+ (Xbox One, review copy)
25 Feb: Spheroids (Xbox One, review copy, 100% achievements)
26 Feb: The Swapper (Xbox One, 100% achievements)
27 Feb: Contrast (Xbox One, 100% achievements)
3 Mar: Ghost Blade HD (Xbox One, review copy. Hard mode complete.)
11 Mar: Defense Grid 2 (Xbox One, 100% achievements)
11 Mar: 2Dark (Xbox One, review copy)
11 Mar: Sky Force Anniversary (Xbox One, all but one achievement - too grindy)
16 Mar: Sublevel Zero Redux (Xbox One, review copy - easy campaign completion only)
18 Mar: Death Squared (Xbox One, review copy)
6 Apr: Thimbleweed Park (Xbox One, review copy)
17 Apr: Mass Effect 3 (360 on Xbox One - returned for Omega & Citadel DLCs, plus Insanity run and 100% achievements)
28 Apr: Hitman GO (Windows Phone, 100% achievements)
8 Jun: LEGO Marvel Superheroes (Xbox One)
11 Jun: Beautiful Katamari (Xbox 360)
18 Jun: Sunset Overdrive (Xbox One)
12 Jul: Shadow of Mordor (Xbox One, including DLC)
13 Jul: ABZU (Xbox One, 100% achievements)
18 Jul: Picross 3D Round 2 (3DS)

I think this might be my favourite pure puzzle game ever, and certainly my favourite puzzle game on 3DS. The controls are perfect, the music is unexpectedly wonderful, there's a ridiculous amount of content. This game has actually improved my sleep cycle by being a wonderfully relaxing way to wind down at the end of the day. I have definitely "completed" it now (all rainbow medals and a strict self-imposed "No Mistakes, No Hints" rule from the moment I started) but it's a game I'll definitely return to.

18 Jul: Pac-Man Championship Edition DX+ (Xbox 360 - 100% achievements)

I bought this in the recent sale and I was not disappointed in my £2 investment! It's such an unexpectedly layered arcade game, and visually arresting to boot. As someone who missed out on most of the coin-op era I've never really got hooked on arcade experiences and high score chasing, but this is so damned fun and addictive that it's staying on my hard drive for good.

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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by Michiel K » July 19th, 2017, 8:55 pm

kintaris wrote:
July 18th, 2017, 6:58 pm
As someone who missed out on most of the coin-op era I've never really got hooked on arcade experiences and high score chasing, but this is so damned fun and addictive that it's staying on my hard drive for good.
Good to hear it. :)

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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by seansthomas » July 20th, 2017, 7:21 pm

5th January - Arkham Origins (Wii U)
12th January - The End of the World (Android)
18th January - Rayman Legends (Wii U)
31st January - Light House (Android)
1st February - Where shadows slumber (Android)
9th February - Pikmin 3 - Story mode (Wii U)
19th February - New Super Mario Bros. U (Wii U)
7th April - Deus Ex Go (Android)
19th June - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
20th June - Yellow (Android)
9th July - ARMS (Switch)
14th July - Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze (Wii U)

20th July - Bulb Boy (Switch)

Fancied a small little indie title for under £10 for my commutes. Nice short experience, though no real replay value or length to it.

Sort of a point and click based puzzle game with a demented sense of humour and quirky art style. Music reminds me of World of Goo.

Worth a look, but suspect it'll fade from memory fairly fast.

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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by mikeleddy83 » July 20th, 2017, 9:02 pm

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Jan - Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator
Jan - Mad Max
Jan - Streets of Rage 2
Jan - Guardian Heroes
Jan - Xcom 2 (+dlc)
Jan - Titanfall 2 (+online G6)
Jan - Shining Force
Jan - Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact
Jan - Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online
Jan - Mr Driller (2500ft)
Feb - Earthworm Jim Special Edition
Feb - Baku Baku
Feb - Day of the Tentacle Remastered
Feb - Resident Evil 7
Feb - Fire Emblem Heroes
Feb - The Last Guardian
Feb - Mercs
Feb - Doom
Feb - Wild Guns
Mar - Devils Third
Mar - The Wonderful 101
Mar - Nier: Automata (platinum)
Apr - Nier
May - Odin Sphere Leifthrasir (platinum)
May - Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
May - 1943: The Battle of Midway
May - Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown
May - Soul Calibur
May - Super Hang-On
May - Alex Kidd in Miracle World
May - Magic Sword
May - Soul Calibur 2 HD Online (arcade and main weapon master quest)
Jun - Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition
Jun - Under Night In-Birth EXE: Late
Jul - Yakuza 0
Jul - R-Type Dimensions
Jul - State of Decay: Year-One
Jul - Garou: Mark of the Wolves
Jul - Gears of War 4

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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by kintaris » July 21st, 2017, 1:30 am

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08 Jan: Crypt of the Serpent King (Xbox One, review copy, 100% achievements, one of the worst game's I've ever played)
19 Jan: Assassin's Creed Chronicles: China (Xbox One, 100% achievements)
26 Jan: Dear Esther: Landmark Edition (Xbox One, 100% achievements)
26 Jan: Sherlock Holmes: Crimes and Punishments (Xbox One, 100% achievements)
29 Jan: METRICO+ (Xbox One, review copy)
25 Feb: Spheroids (Xbox One, review copy, 100% achievements)
26 Feb: The Swapper (Xbox One, 100% achievements)
27 Feb: Contrast (Xbox One, 100% achievements)
3 Mar: Ghost Blade HD (Xbox One, review copy. Hard mode complete.)
11 Mar: Defense Grid 2 (Xbox One, 100% achievements)
11 Mar: 2Dark (Xbox One, review copy)
11 Mar: Sky Force Anniversary (Xbox One, all but one achievement - too grindy)
16 Mar: Sublevel Zero Redux (Xbox One, review copy - easy campaign completion only)
18 Mar: Death Squared (Xbox One, review copy)
6 Apr: Thimbleweed Park (Xbox One, review copy)
17 Apr: Mass Effect 3 (360 on Xbox One - returned for Omega & Citadel DLCs, plus Insanity run and 100% achievements)
28 Apr: Hitman GO (Windows Phone, 100% achievements)
8 Jun: LEGO Marvel Superheroes (Xbox One)
11 Jun: Beautiful Katamari (Xbox 360)
18 Jun: Sunset Overdrive (Xbox One)
12 Jul: Shadow of Mordor (Xbox One, including DLC)
13 Jul: ABZU (Xbox One, 100% achievements)
18 Jul: Picross 3D Round 2 (3DS)
18 Jul: Pac-Man Championship Edition DX+ (Xbox 360 - 100% achievements)
20 Jul: The Room and The Room Two (Android)

I'll save my thoughts for the podcast thread, once I've finished the third. I'll say this though - worth giving a go, even if you are skeptical of the casual room-escape genre. These are a bit different.

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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by Alex79uk » July 21st, 2017, 5:41 pm

Alex79uk wrote:JAN - Little Big Planet Vita (PS Vita)
JAN - Everybody's Gone To The Rapture (PS4)
JAN - Day Of The Tentacle Remastered (PS Vita)
JAN - Hidden My Game By Mom (Android)
FEB - Trials Fusion (PS4)
FEB - Life Is Strange (PS4)
MAR - ABZÛ (PS4)
MAR - Bloodborne (PS4)
APR - Uncharted: Drake's Fortune (PS4)
MAY - Salt & Sanctuary (PS Vita)
MAY - Yakuza 0 (PS4)
JUL - Grand Theft Auto V (PS4)
JUL - World Of Goo (iOS)

Utterly brilliant. I've been away in Devon for the week with the family and no internet. I loaded up a few Vita and iPad games to take with me, but this was the only one I played really. I've owned it many times on several different formats. I bought it on release for PC, later again on Steam, then Wii and eventually for iPad, which I think is the perfect way to play it. I've done the first world countless times but for whatever reason never stuck with it much past that. Glad I did this time though as the game throws so many brilliant curveballs at you. For instance, I had no idea the game turns in to an Angry Birds type control system for a while later on, and had never experience the ultra-meta virtual world levels either. It's wonderful from start to finish. Gorgeous, charming and a super soundtrack. Loved every minute if it. I presume it's on the long list, right?

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Post by ratsoalbion » July 21st, 2017, 6:35 pm

Oh yes.

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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by Chopper » July 22nd, 2017, 5:38 pm

After falling hook, line and sinker for Factorio two weeks ago, I have played virtually nothing else since. However, I have managed to finish Batman: Arkham VR on the PSVR today.

It's a glorious tech demo, but somewhat lacking as a game. I was also struggling with the Move controllers, which are new to me, particularly navigating menus. The gameplay is you using a variety of gizmos to solve puzzles, and outside of you being dropped slap bang into luscious environments, is pretty forgettable.

I have also discovered that the PSVR Reddit is populated entirely by total converts and zealots for the cause, meaning no advice on there can be taken without a pinch of salt. Everything is brilliant.

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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by mikeleddy83 » July 23rd, 2017, 3:00 pm

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Jan - Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator
Jan - Mad Max
Jan - Streets of Rage 2
Jan - Guardian Heroes
Jan - Xcom 2 (+dlc)
Jan - Titanfall 2 (+online G6)
Jan - Shining Force
Jan - Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact
Jan - Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online
Jan - Mr Driller (2500ft)
Feb - Earthworm Jim Special Edition
Feb - Baku Baku
Feb - Day of the Tentacle Remastered
Feb - Resident Evil 7
Feb - Fire Emblem Heroes
Feb - The Last Guardian
Feb - Mercs
Feb - Doom
Feb - Wild Guns
Mar - Devils Third
Mar - The Wonderful 101
Mar - Nier: Automata (platinum)
Apr - Nier
May - Odin Sphere Leifthrasir (platinum)
May - Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
May - 1943: The Battle of Midway
May - Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown
May - Soul Calibur
May - Super Hang-On
May - Alex Kidd in Miracle World
May - Magic Sword
May - Soul Calibur 2 HD Online (arcade and main weapon master quest)
Jun - Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition
Jun - Under Night In-Birth EXE: Late
Jul - Yakuza 0
Jul - R-Type Dimensions
Jul - State of Decay: Year-One
Jul - Garou: Mark of the Wolves
Jul - Gears of War 4
Jul - Guwange (multiple modes, all three characters)
Jul - Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare

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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by Chopper » July 24th, 2017, 11:30 am

Conarium (PC) has been getting a lot of love recently, so I thought I'd check it out. It's a narrative game based heavily on the work of Lovecraft, and follows an Antarctic expedition on a follow up mission to the team in Lovecraft's At the Mountains of Madness. I didn't know anything about Lovecraft going in, apart from Dark Hams and whatever little I've picked up from random gaming chatter, but it's inspired me to do a bit of background reading.

It's pretty good! It also has a few minor problems, but as the work of a three-person team, it's a big achievement. It's only 3-4 hours long, and is from the walking simulator side of things (you can die, but only in a couple of chase sequences).

So, cut-off Antarctic base, crew have disappeared, potential Elder God involvement; if that's your thing then it is worth checking out.
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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by Michiel K » July 24th, 2017, 7:12 pm

24 Jul - Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver (Dreamcast)

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Post by mikeleddy83 » July 24th, 2017, 10:17 pm

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Jan - Guilty Gear Xrd: Revelator
Jan - Mad Max
Jan - Streets of Rage 2
Jan - Guardian Heroes
Jan - Xcom 2 (+dlc)
Jan - Titanfall 2 (+online G6)
Jan - Shining Force
Jan - Street Fighter III: 2nd Impact
Jan - Street Fighter III: Third Strike Online
Jan - Mr Driller (2500ft)
Feb - Earthworm Jim Special Edition
Feb - Baku Baku
Feb - Day of the Tentacle Remastered
Feb - Resident Evil 7
Feb - Fire Emblem Heroes
Feb - The Last Guardian
Feb - Mercs
Feb - Doom
Feb - Wild Guns
Mar - Devils Third
Mar - The Wonderful 101
Mar - Nier: Automata (platinum)
Apr - Nier
May - Odin Sphere Leifthrasir (platinum)
May - Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
May - 1943: The Battle of Midway
May - Virtua Fighter 5: Final Showdown
May - Soul Calibur
May - Super Hang-On
May - Alex Kidd in Miracle World
May - Magic Sword
May - Soul Calibur 2 HD Online (arcade and main weapon master quest)
Jun - Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition
Jun - Under Night In-Birth EXE: Late
Jul - Yakuza 0
Jul - R-Type Dimensions
Jul - State of Decay: Year-One
Jul - Garou: Mark of the Wolves
Jul - Gears of War 4
Jul - Guwange (multiple modes, all three characters)
Jul - Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare
Jul - Guilty Gear Xrd -Sign-

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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by Scrustle » July 25th, 2017, 9:45 pm

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05/01 - Forza Horizon 3: Blizzard Mountain
15/01 - Odin Sphere Leifthrasir
17/01 - The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt
25/01 - The Unfinished Swan
29/01 - Folklore
31/01 - Doom (Hurt Me Plenty)
04/02 - Gravity Rush 2
26/02 - Unravel
14/03 - Nier: Automata (Ending A)
20/03 - Nier: Automata (Ending B)
21/03 - Gravity Rush 2: Raven's Choice
24/03 - Nier: Automata (Ending C)
25/03 - Nier: Automata (Ending D)
25/03 - Nier: Automata (Ending E)
22/04 - The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
27/04 - Dark Souls 3: The Ringed City (NG+ level)
28/04 - Kamiko
05/05 - The Witcher 3: Hearts of Stone
06/05 - Yakuza 0
09/05 - Forza Motorsport 6: Porsche Anthology
12/05 - Forza Horizon 3: Hot Wheels
19/05 - Mario Kart 8 Deluxe (150cc)
01/06 - Rime
18/06 - Final Fantasy XV
03/07 - Stories: The Path of Destinies
25/07 - Splatoon 2 (Hero Mode)

Really enjoyed this new Hero Mode. Like the game overall, it does kind of feel like more of the same of the first game, but that doesn't make it a bad thing by any stretch. It's still really fun and imaginative with some cool level design and some great music. They have you using all the different weapon types in the game for this time around, which is mostly a good thing. Adds some variety to this mode and lets you get familiar with the different weapons in a safer environment than online matches. It was occasionally frustrating though, when they force you to use a weapon type you don't get on with. But that only happened for a couple of levels for me.

Somewhat unrelated, but I thought I might as well mention it. I feel kind of bad for not posting on the forums lately. Only time I've been around has basically been for this thread. There's not really any reason for it. Except maybe that I have been kind of lagging behind podcasts in general since iTunes decided to totally break since the Windows 10 Creative Update. Perhaps not keeping so closely to the podcast made me not think about the forums so much either. Although, I guess I'm on the site more to actually listen to the episodes when I can, so I guess that doesn't make sense. Whatever, all irrelevant anyway. Splatoon 2 is fun.

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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by Dante Fireseed » July 26th, 2017, 11:37 am

February 18th - The Witness (PS4)
February 26th - Mirror's Edge Catalyst (PS4)
March 13th - Dishonored 2 (PS4)
April 5th - Horizon: Zero Dawn (PS4)
April 14th - Abzu (PC)
April 24th - Deus Ex Mankind Divided (PC)
April 25th - Deus Ex Mankind Divided DLC - Desperate Measures (PC)
June 11th - The Last Guardian (PS4)
June 24th - Alienation (PS4)

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Re: Games completed 2017

Post by Chopper » July 27th, 2017, 4:57 pm

Beyond Eyes (PS4)

This is a short, 2-3 hour game which imagines the world from the point of view of a girl who has lost her sight. It's really nice, with environments resembling watercolour paintings that start off blank and are filled in by the girl's touch as she traverses the world. So you don't see the fence at the side of the road until you come up against it, for example. Some lovely touches, for example a woodpecker on a distant tree is a tiny island of colour in the blank canvas.

Unfortunately it suffers from Everybody'sGoneToTheRapture-itis, in that the traversal speed is too slow (as you'd expect from a blind person feeling their way along) and while you can slowly explore the environment, there is usually nothing to discover there, apart from another wall or fence. The area opened up to the girl's sight as she moves along is realistic in the game's terms, but too narrow to be really enjoyable. For example you can move down a street and only reveal one side of it, to reveal the other side you'd have to walk back up that side, where there is nothing interesting, or do a slow zig-zag as you walk down the street to begin with.

It's an interesting game for it's mechanics and art style though, and is on sale at the moment for cheap.

Resident Evil 4 (PS4)

I did it! Kudos to KSubzero for offering advice here which removed some of my anxiety about the game and let me enjoy it rather than worrying about things. There probably isn't anything I can really say about it without sounding foolish, as I don't have much historical context for the game, but I enjoyed it a lot. I had to use a walkthrough for the 'It' and the Krauser boss fights; they are pretty ambitious by today's standards - you can see why modern boss fights just tend to stick you in an arena and that's it. Traversal of the environment plus fighting a boss was very challenging for me.

Question: does anyone know of any criticism that puts the game in it's proper context, ie with what came before and after, that I could read/look at? I watched a Superbunnyhop video that was a bit rubbish.

Edit: Oh, and HowLongToBeat really let me down on this one. 16 hours apparently. It took me 25 :oops:

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Post by ratsoalbion » July 27th, 2017, 5:04 pm

I can't vouch for its quality as it was very early in our existence and I haven't heard it back for 5+ years, but...
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