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(Jan) Life is Strange: Before the Storm - PS4.
(Jan) Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition - PS4.
(Jan) Watch Dogs II(platinum) - PS4.
(Feb) Marlow Briggs - Xbox 360.
(Feb) Shadow of the Colossus - PS4.
(Mar) Assassin's Creed Syndicate - PS4.
(Mar) Ghost Recon: Wildlands - PS4.
(Apr) The Witcher III - PS4.
(May) Halo 4 :TMCC- XB1X.
(July) Dungeon Siege III - Xbox 360.
(Aug) Resident Evil 5 - PS4.
(Sept) SW Battlefront II(Campaign) - PS4.
(Sept) LateShift - PS4.
(Sept) Halo 5 Guardians - XB1X.
(Sept) God of War - PS4.
(Oct) Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition - PS4.
(Dec) Assassins Creed Origins - PS4.

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I just finished The Legend of Zelda: Wind Waker. It's...not my favorite. I found the travelling to be a bit of a slog, making me less likely to explore beyond what was necessary. I think I might have been better served playing the HD remake, but, oh well.
As it ranks for me now...

Link to the Past
Ocarina of Time
Link's Awakening
Majora's Mask
Wind Waker
Both NES titles

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I realize this is usually just a list, but I want to give a little context. The 28 game titles below, in order from favorite to least favorite (whatever that means today) and their three word reviews represent both the games I rolled credits on this year, and all the games I’ve rolled credits on in the last nearly twenty years, having walked away from conventional video games as a hobby from about 1998 until December of twenty-seventeen. Sure there was a brief period of time where like everyone else I whacked a digital tennis ball with a Wiimote, and scored my share buckets, runs, goals, or touchdowns at friends houses, but somehow that never quite seemed like gaming in the conventional sense in the way that baking pre-made cookie dough doesn’t really feel like baking.

Of course both activities are baking, but if you’ve only ever worked with frozen cookie dough and all the sudden you want to mess around with all the spoons, spatulas, aprons, mixers, measuring cups, and whatever fondante is, it makes sense to get some guidance, and for that I have to thank the Cane & Rinse crew for all their hard work curating this artform, not to mention the larger C&R community on the forum for providing such a warm environment to further examine my new favorite form of play.

Stay safe and be well this holiday season everyone. Here’s looking forward to spending another year with all of you. This year’s been all dessert, or shall I say cake, now that you’ve helped me understand that reference.


The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (Brought me back)
Super Mario Galaxy (Jack Kirby’s Mario)
Chrono Trigger (Finally beat Lavos)
Shadow of the Colossus (My bad guy)
The Legend of Zelda:Majora’s Mask (Scary good game)
Pikmin 3 (My girl’s thirsty)
Hollow Knight (Mite-y Miyazakian metroidvania)
Portal (Hole-y science puzzler)
Celeste (My poor pie)
Shovel Knight (Horny ditch digger)
The Last Guardian (Ueda’s Trico treat)
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker (Smells like salt)
Super Mario Odyssey (Striking scavenger hunt)
The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds (Better than original)
Okami (Several genius strokes)
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (Still gets me)
Cave Story (Hell run outstanding)
Mario 3D World (Fun family Mario)
Super Smash Bros. U (Those credits smack)
Luigi’s Mansion (Breezy baroque boobuster)
The Legend of Zelda:Twilight Princess (Moved the goalline)
Horizon Zero Dawn (Beastbots salvage game)
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (Missed my chance)
Hyper Light Drifter (Sparse cerulean swashbuckler)
Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze (African parade rules)
Star Fox 64 3DS (Is that it?)
Luigi’s Mansion 2: Dark Moon (More ghosts please)
The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages (The bear flys)

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Nice post - thanks Toon!

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Great post!

Glad your baking again :D
Toon Scottoon wrote: December 13th, 2018, 10:17 pm
Star Fox 64 3DS (Is that it?)
I finished this the other day on a plane and thought the same., it’s a significant improvement on the original so I can see why there was so much fanfare on the N64 release but its very brief.

I was wondering why C&R made a whole show on Starfox games rather than a show per game. Now I’m beginning to understand why.

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January 2018:
Bleed
Crackdown
Rez Infinite
Resident evil directors cut
Bioshock
Resident evil 2
Bioshock 2
Resident evil 3:Nemesis

Feb 2018:
Bioshock infinite
Def Jam: fight for Ny
Zone of The Enders
Resident Evil:code Veronica
Resident evil zero
Hyper light drifter
Braid
Yoshi’s Woolly World
Resident evil 4

March:
resident evil 5
resident evil 6
Lostwinds
lost winds 2
Ico 3D
Dead space
Dead space 2
Heavenly Sword

May:
Horizon Zero Dawn plus Frozen Wilds
Enslaved
Dmc
Steinsgate 0
Hellblade
Shadow of the Colossus Remake
Resident Evil 7

June:
Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth
Bastion
Detroit
Vanquish
Battlefield 3 Singleplayer
Alice: Madness Returns

July:
Prince of Persia
The Last Guardian
Syndicate
Binary Domain
Call of Duty Classic HD

August:
Cave story 3ds
Eternal Darkness
Luigis Mansion
Mickey’s castle of illusion
Super Mario Bros
Silent Hill 2 HD Collection
999: 9 persons, 9 doors...
Shenmue

September:
Shenmue 2
Half-life
super Mario Bros 2
Deadly Premonition

October:
Half Life 2
Half life 2:episode 1/2
Portal
System Shock
Alan Wake
Nier
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
Star Fox
El Shaddai

November:
Zelda II
LA Noire
Streets of Rage Trilogy
Metro 2033
Aliens: Colonial Marines
Zone of the Enders 2nd Runner
December:
Silent Hill 3

Not quite the game I remember it was when I last played it all those years ago. It was the HD collection on PS3 this time so not sure if it’s the substandard version we were given or not. At some point I might dig out my phat PS3 and give the ps2 game a whirl to see if the magic is still there. All the fear and trepidation I used to feel playing it had gone completely and it seemed smaller,easier and less disgusting. HD polish doesn’t always help and I think here it most certainly hinders. Resident evil 7 in VR is also still fresh in my mind which oozes filth in comparison. Another one bites the dust as my “best games of all time” list is getting shorter.

December:
Starfox 64 3DS

I did play Lylat wars back in the day but mainly in multiplayer so never actually experienced the campaign. I recently finished Starfox on my SNES mini and didn’t realise it’s basically the same game (apologies if I’m wrong). I’m going to have a little break before the next one I think.

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Simonsloth wrote: December 14th, 2018, 6:27 am Another one bites the dust as my “best games of all time” list is getting shorter.
Always makes me sad to read that... :(

I played SH3 for the first time a few years ago and thought it was a great game, although not quite on the same level as the first two, especially SH2.

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January 2018:
Bleed
Crackdown
Rez Infinite
Resident evil directors cut
Bioshock
Resident evil 2
Bioshock 2
Resident evil 3:Nemesis

Feb 2018:
Bioshock infinite
Def Jam: fight for Ny
Zone of The Enders
Resident Evil:code Veronica
Resident evil zero
Hyper light drifter
Braid
Yoshi’s Woolly World
Resident evil 4

March:
resident evil 5
resident evil 6
Lostwinds
lost winds 2
Ico 3D
Dead space
Dead space 2
Heavenly Sword

May:
Horizon Zero Dawn plus Frozen Wilds
Enslaved
Dmc
Steinsgate 0
Hellblade
Shadow of the Colossus Remake
Resident Evil 7

June:
Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth
Bastion
Detroit
Vanquish
Battlefield 3 Singleplayer
Alice: Madness Returns

July:
Prince of Persia
The Last Guardian
Syndicate
Binary Domain
Call of Duty Classic HD

August:
Cave story 3ds
Eternal Darkness
Luigis Mansion
Mickey’s castle of illusion
Super Mario Bros
Silent Hill 2 HD Collection
999: 9 persons, 9 doors...
Shenmue

September:
Shenmue 2
Half-life
super Mario Bros 2
Deadly Premonition

October:
Half Life 2
Half life 2:episode 1/2
Portal
System Shock
Alan Wake
Nier
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
Star Fox
El Shaddai

November:
Zelda II
LA Noire
Streets of Rage Trilogy
Metro 2033
Aliens: Colonial Marines
Zone of the Enders 2nd Runner

December:
Silent Hill 3
Starfox 64 3DS
14/12
Legend of Zelda: link to the past

Not quite as good as I was expecting but seems to be very much the template for the mainline games which followed. I’ve never been a huge Zelda fan but have always found them enjoyable to play and this was no exception. Slightly fewer of the obscure secrets from the first entry and easier than the brutal second game so a more enjoyable ride. I still had to resort to a guide as some of the mechanics and “tricks” required to finish the game don’t seem inuitive at all.

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Flabyo wrote: December 7th, 2018, 10:24 pm 7th Jan - Mafia 3 (XBO)
29th Jan - Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun (XBO)
31st Jan - The Room: Old Sins (iOS)
20th Feb - Celeste (XBO)
12th Mar - Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice (PS4)
2nd Apr - Prey (2017) (XBO)
29th Apr - Dynasty Warriors 9 (XBO)
7th May - Deus Ex: Mankind Divided (PS4)
17th May - Shadow Warrior (XBO)
20th June - Watch Dogs 2 (XBO)
9th July - Forgotton Anne (XBO)
29th July - Assassin’s Creed Origins (XBO)
1st September - Superhot (XBO)
7th September - Layers of Fear (XBO)
9th September - Tomb Raider: Definitive Edition (XBO)
15th October - Warhammer 40k: Inquisitor: Martyr (XBO)
5th November - Assassin’s Creed Odyssey (XBO)
26th November - Steamworld Dig 2 (XBO)
7th December - MGS5 - Ground Zeroes and The Phantom Pain (XBO)
14th December - Wolfenstien: The Old Blood (XBO)

Decent enough, but not really any more than that. Not as clever in its world building as the game it’s a prequel for, and it defintely runs out of ideas before the end, but I’ve played worse.

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06 Jan: Resident Evil: Director's Cut (PAL PS1 on PS3)
09 Feb: Final Fantasy II (GBA)
16 Feb: Resident Evil 2 (NTSC PS1 on PS3)
26 Feb: Yoshi's Woolly World (WU)
09 Mar: BioShock Infinite (PC)
10 Mar: BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode One (PC)
12 Mar: BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea - Episode Two (PC)
18 Mar: Shadow Complex Remastered (PC)
19 Mar: Splatoon (WU)
29 Mar: Resident Evil 3: Nemesis (NTSC PS1 on PS3)
06 Apr: Actual Sunlight (Vita)
08 Apr: Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (PS4)
27 Apr: God of War (PS4)
07 May: Resident Evil - CODE: Veronica X HD (PS3)
20 May: Pikmin (Wii on WU)
28 May: Zone of the Enders HD Edition (PS3)
10 Jun: Final Fantasy IV (PSP on Vita)
16 Jun: Resident Evil HD Remaster (PS4)
19 Jul: Secret of Mana (SNES Nintendo Classic Mini)
26 Jul: Resident Evil 0 HD Remaster (PS4)
30 Jul: WarioWare Gold (N3DS)
21 Sep: Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice (PS4)
11 Oct: Resident Evil 5 (PC)
26 Oct: Horizon Zero Dawn (PS4)
16 Nov: Tetris Effect (PS4)
17 Nov: Resident Evil 6 (PC)
25 Nov: Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner (PS3)
02 Dec: Resident Evil 7: Biohazard (PS4)
14 Dec: Final Fantasy VII (PS4)

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February 4th - DOOM (Switch)
February 7th - Oxenfree (Switch)
February 17th - Steamworld Dig 2 (Switch)
February 25th - The Fall Part 2: Unbound (Switch)
February 28th - Shovel Knight: Specter of Torment (Switch)
March 4th - Subsurface Circular (Switch)
March 28th - Xenoblade Chronicles 2 (Switch)
April 4th - Floor kids (Switch)
April 9th - Rime (Switch)
May 6th - Celeste (Switch)
May 7th - Nintendo Labo (RC Car / Motorbike)
May 30th - Axiom Verge (Switch)
July 17th - Wolfenstein II: The new Colossus (Switch)
July 20th - Golf Story (Switch)
July 23rd - Inside (Switch)
September 17th - Human fall flat (Switch)
September 26th - Yoku's Island Express (Switch)
October 17th - Super Mario Bros 3 (Switch)

December 15th - Gris (Switch)

After a frustrating 2 month spell of playing games that you can't ever 'complete' or ones so hard it'll take me years to, Gris has been a revelation.

I won't say anything much about it as I think knowing much about it would spoil the experience, but I knew I'd adore it within a minute of it starting. It looks incredible. Like an amazing painterly animation. But it sounds even better. It's one of the best soundtracked games I've ever come across.

It'll get naysayers moaning it's not much of a game, too expensive and too short, but I couldn't care a less.

It's left me with that same feeling in my gut that I had playing Inside, Ico, Rime, Celeste etc.

A wondrous experience.

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04/01 - Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (Normal)
05/01 - Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance - Jetstream Sam DLC (Normal)
06/01 - Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance - Blade Wolf DLC (Normal)
10/01 - Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (Hard)
14/01 - Killer Is Dead (Hard)
18/01 - Q.U.B.E: Director's Cut
20/02 - Okamiden
23/02 - Bayonetta 2 (Normal)
27/02 - Shadow of the Colossus
02/03 - Monster Hunter World
06/03 - Snake Pass
08/03 - Deus Ex: The Fall
10/03 - Bayonetta 2 (Hard)
22/03 - Ty the Tasmanian Tiger
28/04 - Warden: Melody of the Undergrowth
03/05 - Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom
05/05 - Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition (Nero/Dante - Devil Hunter)
08/05 - Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition (Vergil - Devil Hunter)
12/05 - Yakuza 6: The Song of Life
13/05 - Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition (Lady/Trish - Devil Hunter)
21/05 - Omensight
26/05 - Mafia II
27/05 - God of War
31/05 - God of War: Ascension
12/06 - Unravel Two
15/06 - Splatoon 2: Octo Expansion
23/06 - Vampyr
05/07 - Cat Quest
14/07 - The Legend of Korra (Extreme)
20/07 - The Vagrant
28/07 - A Hat in Time
31/07 - Way of the Samurai 4
25/08 - Castlevania: Lords of Shadow (Knight)
25/08 - Deus Ex: Human Revolution
10/09 - Zone of the Enders The 2nd Runner : MVRS
18/09 - Yakuza Kiwami 2
19/09 - Figment
20/09 - Darksiders: Warmastered Edition
20/09 - AER: Memories of Old
22/09 - Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
11/10 - Forza Horizon 4
06/11 - CrossCode
14/11 - Darksiders II: Deathinitive Edition (Deathinitive)
23/11 - Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition (Nero/Dante - Son of Sparda)
04/12 - Dust: An Elysian Tail
10/12 - Devil May Cry 4: Special Edition (Vergil - Son of Sparda)
15/12 - Forza Horizon 4: Fortune Island

This was a very cool piece of DLC, and another in the trend of good expansions for these games. It also follows the trend of them exploring more extreme terrain and weather conditions. This one in particular is pretty similar in concept to the Storm Island DLC for FH2, given the frequency of thunderstorms here too. The island itself is pretty bleak in terms of atmosphere, being a windswept Scottish island with not much greenery on it, but they still manage to make it interesting with nice environmental touches, with dramatic cliff sides and castles, Viking shipwrecks, and most impressively aurora that light up the sky at night. Makes for a lot of stunning scenes looking out over the mountainside with that in the colourful sky.

It's also particularly fun for drifting, which is great for me since I spend a lot of time doing that. They give you a new Drift Club story to go through, and some really nice roads for it too. Once mountainside pass in particular is one of the best drift spots in the series, and the whole thing is a drift zone, so getting ludicrously high scores on that is a lot of fun. The new treasure hunts are pretty entertaining too. They roll together PR stunts and the barn find mechanics together in a fun way. You get a little riddle telling you certain conditions to beat a PR stunt with, which gives you a little something to think about, before hunting down a treasure chest for a nice big chunk of money.

So pretty pleased with it in general. Really like that drift spot in particular. Often with these expansions after I finish them I don't tend to go back much afterwards, but I have a feeling I will be returning here a lot more often, just because of that one single road. Also looking forward to the next DLC they put out. I wonder if they will go wild again like they did with the Hot Wheels one for the last game. I have a feeling they probably won't go that far, but will still want to top Fortune Island.

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Alex79uk wrote: October 6th, 2018, 10:34 am JAN - Lumino City (Android)
MAR - Dark Souls 3 (PS4)
MAR - What Remains Of Edith Finch (PS4)
MAR - Uncharted 2: Among Thieves (PS4) MAR - Infamous: Second Son (PS4)
APR - Uncharted 3: Drakes Deception
MAY - Shadow Of The Colossus (PS4)
MAY - Uncharted: Lost Legacy (PS4)
JUN - God Of War (PS4)
JUL - Dying Light (PS4)
JUL - Resident Evil VII: Biohazard (PS4)
AUG - Yakuza Kiwami (PS4)
AUG - Gorogoa (Android)
AUG - The Last Of Us Remastered (PS4)
SEP - Metro 2033 Redux (PS4)
OCT - Little Inferno (Android)
OCT - Assassin's Creed 2 (PS4)
OCT - The Last Of Us: Left Behind (PS4)
NOV - Shenmue (PS4)
NOV - Hollow Knight (PS4)
NOV - Salt & Sanctuary (PS Vita)
DEC - Outrun 2SP (Sony PSP)

Came across my PSP whilst tidying stuff earlier, and this was the game in it so I thought I'd have a quick razz. Still brilliant fun, I wish they'd release it for a tenner or so on current gen, I'd snap it up! Nothing much more to say, but it's one of the all time great arcade racers - surely we're well overdue Outrun 3!?

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Alex79uk wrote: December 15th, 2018, 9:59 pm
Alex79uk wrote: October 6th, 2018, 10:34 am JAN - Lumino City (Android)
MAR - Dark Souls 3 (PS4)
MAR - What Remains Of Edith Finch (PS4)
MAR - Uncharted 2: Among Thieves (PS4) MAR - Infamous: Second Son (PS4)
APR - Uncharted 3: Drakes Deception
MAY - Shadow Of The Colossus (PS4)
MAY - Uncharted: Lost Legacy (PS4)
JUN - God Of War (PS4)
JUL - Dying Light (PS4)
JUL - Resident Evil VII: Biohazard (PS4)
AUG - Yakuza Kiwami (PS4)
AUG - Gorogoa (Android)
AUG - The Last Of Us Remastered (PS4)
SEP - Metro 2033 Redux (PS4)
OCT - Little Inferno (Android)
OCT - Assassin's Creed 2 (PS4)
OCT - The Last Of Us: Left Behind (PS4)
NOV - Shenmue (PS4)
NOV - Hollow Knight (PS4)
NOV - Salt & Sanctuary (PS Vita)
DEC - Outrun 2SP (Sony PSP)

Came across my PSP whilst tidying stuff earlier, and this was the game in it so I thought I'd have a quick razz. Still brilliant fun, I wish they'd release it for a tenner or so on current gen, I'd snap it up! Nothing much more to say, but it's one of the all time great arcade racers - surely we're well overdue Outrun 3!?
I love that you found your PSP when tidying then sat down and completed a game on it! Awesome! I’m finally clearing out my parents loft after moving out ten years ago (whoops) and have been searching for games I thought I owned only to remember I sold them:(

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Haha yeah the tidying kind of ran out of steam, seeing as I also had Parappa The Rappa and Guitaroo Man with it too :lol: I very nearly added two to the completion list but that last stage in Parappa is a bitch!

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January 2018:
Bleed
Crackdown
Rez Infinite
Resident evil directors cut
Bioshock
Resident evil 2
Bioshock 2
Resident evil 3:Nemesis

Feb 2018:
Bioshock infinite
Def Jam: fight for Ny
Zone of The Enders
Resident Evil:code Veronica
Resident evil zero
Hyper light drifter
Braid
Yoshi’s Woolly World
Resident evil 4

March:
resident evil 5
resident evil 6
Lostwinds
lost winds 2
Ico 3D
Dead space
Dead space 2
Heavenly Sword

May:
Horizon Zero Dawn plus Frozen Wilds
Enslaved
Dmc
Steinsgate 0
Hellblade
Shadow of the Colossus Remake
Resident Evil 7

June:
Call of Cthulhu: Dark Corners of the Earth
Bastion
Detroit
Vanquish
Battlefield 3 Singleplayer
Alice: Madness Returns

July:
Prince of Persia
The Last Guardian
Syndicate
Binary Domain
Call of Duty Classic HD

August:
Cave story 3ds
Eternal Darkness
Luigis Mansion
Mickey’s castle of illusion
Super Mario Bros
Silent Hill 2 HD Collection
999: 9 persons, 9 doors...
Shenmue

September:
Shenmue 2
Half-life
super Mario Bros 2
Deadly Premonition

October:
Half Life 2
Half life 2:episode 1/2
Portal
System Shock
Alan Wake
Nier
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
Star Fox
El Shaddai

November:
Zelda II
LA Noire
Streets of Rage Trilogy
Metro 2033
Aliens: Colonial Marines
Zone of the Enders 2nd Runner

December:
Silent Hill 3
Starfox 64 3DS
Legend of Zelda: Link to the Past
16/12
Starcraft 2: Wings of Liberty

From memory I don’t think I’ve ever completed an RTS before so this instantly becomes the best in class for me by default. It is very very good however and although not by normal type of game I’m glad I invested my time in it.

Ridiculously this is free to play without any microtransactions in sight. I won’t be buying the DLC/expansions and I gather that’s how they are making their money. Despite that It has changed my perspective on the genre in that I won’t be averse to trying another if it crosses my path.

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The remaster of Warcraft 3, whenever that appears, will be something you’d probably enjoy.

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I just completed my run of Fez. Doubt I'll go back for the New Game +. I really enjoyed the game but I found the end anti-climatic and I'm not great at keeping up with games that are about collecting just to collect.

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(Jan) Life is Strange: Before the Storm - PS4.
(Jan) Bulletstorm: Full Clip Edition - PS4.
(Jan) Watch Dogs II(platinum) - PS4.
(Feb) Marlow Briggs - Xbox 360.
(Feb) Shadow of the Colossus - PS4.
(Mar) Assassin's Creed Syndicate - PS4.
(Mar) Ghost Recon: Wildlands - PS4.
(Apr) The Witcher III - PS4.
(May) Halo 4 :TMCC- XB1X.
(July) Dungeon Siege III - Xbox 360.
(Aug) Resident Evil 5 - PS4.
(Sept) SW Battlefront II(Campaign) - PS4.
(Sept) LateShift - PS4.
(Sept) Halo 5 Guardians - XB1X.
(Sept) God of War - PS4.
(Oct) Darksiders II Deathinitive Edition - PS4.
(Dec) Assassins Creed Origins - PS4.
(Dec) Strange Brigade - PS4.

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Re: Games Completed 2018

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duskvstweak wrote: December 17th, 2018, 3:42 pm I just completed my run of Fez. Doubt I'll go back for the New Game +. I really enjoyed the game but I found the end anti-climatic and I'm not great at keeping up with games that are about collecting just to collect.
I've never made it that far myself, although it's on my list to actually try to play through properly at some point, but everything I've ever read about the game suggests the NG+ really is the second half of the game. All the puzzles and fourth wall breaking stuff seem to make it a completely new experience.

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