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23. Citizen Sleeper (2022) - PC via Game Pass

 

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It took me about two hours to get into this and I felt like it wasn’t going to be for me a couple of times quite early on. You’re thrown in at the deep end with a lot of proper nouns to get your head around and meanings to infer, and I would have appreciated some sort of glossary or reference guide to help me ease myself in. Once I finally did start to click with it, however, I found it really compelling and tough to stop playing.

 

It’s a difficult game to categorise. Having not played a tabletop RPG, to me it felt like a choose-your-own-adventure visual novel with some energy and time management gameplay, as well as a couple of RPG elements, where you have to choose what skills to invest in. It reminded me a lot of Disco Elysium - a bit leaner, and not quite so mind-bendingly ambitious, but still successful in the story it wants to tell.

 

You play as the titular ‘Sleeper’, a person whose poverty has forced them to sell their consciousness to a faceless mega-corporation, and who now inhabits a robotic body equipped with an 'emulated' version of their human mind. Play takes place on Erlin's Eye, a revolving space station that is, slowly but surely, falling in on itself. You view the Eye from an isometric perspective, scrolling up and down it to see the various nodes that signify different characters or interaction points. Clicking on one then gives way to an overlay with a static image of the person you're talking to and text to read through. Initially, I found the presentation austere, but the excellent writing, ambient soundtrack and wonderfully detailed character art soon meant that it was easy to sink into the world and let my imagination fill in any gaps.

 

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Your main objective, at least initially, is to survive. This involves managing your energy meter, which has to be topped up by eating regularly, and your condition meter, which depletes more slowly but requires pills of stabiliser - much rarer and more expensive - to refill. Each day (or ‘cycle’) you start with five dice at the top of your screen, each with a random number of pips. A six-pip die means that any action you take is guaranteed to succeed, allowing you to advance quest-lines, earn credits and discover items that you can then use or sell. A die with only one or two pips, however, means that your chances of success are far less likely. At best, a roll which yields a negative outcome will stop you from making any progress; at worst, it will regress quest-lines, sap some of your invaluable resources or fail quests entirely. Adding to the tension is the fact that the number of dice you get to roll on any given cycle is determined by your condition: the more worse your condition, the fewer dice you have. It’s a simple but elegant system that succeeds in making you feel like the stakes are high and any cycle could well be your last.

 

As well as completing basic everyday tasks - eating, earning and sleeping - you’ll also slowly unlock different parts of the station to explore and run into a whole cast of characters along the way, each with their own problems to resolve or threats to assuage. This is where the game really comes into its own. Before long, you’ll have over a dozen different quests (or ‘drives’) that you’re juggling simultaneously, all of which require your precious time, energy or credits to advance. Do you choose to babysit for Lem, the beleaguered single father who is desperately trying to work enough to get himself and his daughter off the Eye in the hope of a better life? What about Sabine, the suspicious back-alley doctor who has promised you more stabiliser than you could ever dream of, but only if you spy on a local vigilante gang? Or perhaps you devote your efforts to Feng, the determined but reckless hacker who is looking to expose the corrupt administration on the Eye and send their twisted power structures crashing down once and for all?

 

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These are questions that are difficult to answer, but which the game poses relentlessly, and to good effect: every decision you make will give you pause as you ponder the consequences of your actions, the alternatives that you are neglecting and the odds of your success. Failures can be devastating, but your triumphs, when they eventually come, feel hard-earned, satisfying and meaningful.

 

I really enjoyed my time with Citizen Sleeper. Some of its themes you will probably have seen explored in other science fiction, but as a videogame it was a pretty singular experience and one that I imagine will stay with me. It takes a while to get going and it demands quite a lot of the player to begin with, but if you’re looking for something absorbing and ruminative to get lost in for half a dozen hours or so, then this is easy to recommend.

 

9/10

 

Played in 2022:

 

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1. Halo Infinite (2021) - XSX - 7/10

2. Bowser's Fury (2021) - Switch - 8/10

3. The Forgotten City (2021) - XSX - 8/10

4. Grindstone (2020) - Switch - 8/10

5. Inscryption (2021) - PC - 9/10

6. Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney (replay) (2001) - Switch - 8/10

7. The Wolf Among Us (2013) - PC - 7/10

8. What Remains of Edith Finch (replay) (2017) - XSX - 8/10

9. Kena: Bridge of Spirits (2021) - PS5 - 8/10

10. Kill It With Fire (2020) - XSX - 3/10

11. Islanders (2019) - PC - 5/10

12. Creaks (2020) - Switch - 8/10

13. Shovel Knight: King of Cards (2019) - Switch - 9/10

14. The Last Guardian (replay) (2016) - PS5

15. Exo One (2021) - XSX - 8/10

16. Red Matter (2018) - Quest 2 - 7/10

17. Elden Ring (2022) - XSX - 10/10

18. Kirby and the Forgotten Land (2022) - Switch - 8/10

19. Slay the Spire (2019) - Switch - 7/10

20. Blasphemous (2019) - Switch - 7/10

21. Superliminal (2019) - XSX - 8/10

22. Tunic (2022) - XSX - 9.5/10

23. Fez (replay) (2012) - Switch

24. Citizen Sleeper (2022) - PC - 9/10

 

Abandoned:

 

Tomb Raider: Underworld (2008) - PC

Kentucky Route Zero: TV Edition (2020) - Switch

Radiant Historia: Perfect Chronology (2017) - 3DS

Horizon: Forbidden West (2022) - PS5

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1.) Lego City Undercover - PC - 2017 (2013)
2.) What Remains of Edith Finch - PS4 - 2017
3.) Superliminal - PS4 - 2020 (2019)
4.) Untitled Goose Game - Switch - 2019
5.) One Finger Death Punch 2 - PC - 2019
6.) Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood - PC - 2011 (2010)
7.) Vanquish - PC - 2017 (2010)

8.) Mass Effect (Legendary Edition) - PS4 - 2021 (2007)
9.) Telling Lies - PC - 2019
10.) Halo 5: Guardians - Xbox One - 2015
11.) Halo Infinite - Xbox Series - 2021
12.) Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition - PC - 2016 (2015)
13.) Alice: Madness Returns - PC - 2011
14.) The Forgotten City - Xbox Series - 2021
15.) Titanfall 2 - PC - 2016

16.) Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age - Switch - 2019 (2006)

17.) Sonic Origins: Economical Edition - PC - 1991/2020
18.) Mario Kart 8 Deluxe - Switch - 2017 (2014)

 

19.) Valiant Hearts: The Great War - Switch - 2018 (2014)
Completed all chapters.

 

World War 1 is not an easy subject to make a game about, but I think Valiant Hearts does a good job and handles the subject appropriately. It shows the violence and horror of war without forcing the player to take a part in that violence directly, and instead takes the form of a side-scrolling adventure game with simple puzzle-solving and the occasional silly action setpiece. It shows the horrors of war on all sides through the lens of four different characters, including real stories and photographs from the era, but it also takes liberties and invents heroes and villains for dramatic effect. It's not particularly long, not particularly difficult, but the gameplay is solid, the themes are powerful and the storytelling is effective, opting to show more than tell, give clever visual direction and engage the player in the history of a tragic and horrific era. It looks fantastic too. Well worth a playthrough.

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My 4 year old completed PAW Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay earlier. It’s on Gamepass. We’ve “completed” games before, like Adiboo and the Energy Thieves on PS2 and New Super Luckys Tale (also on Gamepass) but they were mostly her running about and then asking me to do stuff to progress, but I literally did no part of this Paw Patrol game. :sealclap: Seems there’s a load of minigames to do now, which she’s pleased about.

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05/07 - Dragon Age: Inquisition

 

With my massive pile of shame I have no idea what spurred me to reply this instead of clearing some backlog. It's still far too bloated and Hissing Wastes is the most hateful area in any game ever but it's easily ignored. Mostly it's the last cracking slice of Bioware (give or take your opinion of Andromeda) so it was fun to revisit that world and characters.

 

8/10

 

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18/06 - TMNT: Shredder's Revenge 7/10

14/06 - Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga 8/10

01/06 - Dragon Quest XI 8/10

26/05 - Tales of Monkey Island 8/10

16/05 - Red Dead Redemption 9/10

12/05 - Lost Words – Beyond the Page 6/10

10/05 - Citizen Sleeper 9/10

06/05 - Lost in Random 6/10

08/04 – Kirby and the Forgotten Kingdom 9/10

01/04 – Danganronpa 2 – Goodbye Despair 08/10

25/03 – Tunic 6/10

16/03 – Danganronpa – Trigger Happy Havok 8/10

13/03 - Horizon - Forbidden West 10/10

15/02 - Agent A 7/10

14/02 - Saint's Row - Gat Out of Hell 6/10

11/02 - Nobody Saves the World 8/10

04/02 - Final Fantasy 7 Remake Episode INTERMission 6/10

01/02 - Final Fantasy 7 Remake 8/10

26/01 - Gorogoa 9/10

25/01 - The Gunk 7/10

23/01 - Control 7/10

11/01 - Rise of the Tomb Raider 7/10

07/01 - Sam & Max Beyond Time and Space 9/10

 

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09/07/2022 - Cyberpunk 2077

 

This was actually my second attempt at this game. I started back on release, having built a new PC partly to play it, but drifted away after a while to wait for the inevitable big patch.

 

Anyway, that patch showed up alongside the next-gen console release, so I started a new game which took me all the way to the end. What I experienced was a technical marvel, and an astounding achievement by CD Project Red, but maybe not quite the game I was hoping for.

 

I'm not even sure the game could be much better than it is, realistically, as it's pushing in so many directions it's amazing it hangs together at all. It's an RPG, sure, but there's also a big chunk of immersive sim in the mix, and also a big focus on story and characters.

 

Those characters are probably the best thing about the game. They're all unique, excellently voiced and really well animated. The many side missions you spend with them are probably the best the game has to offer, and seemingly had a major impact on my route through the game. 

 

The RPG stuff is actually quite strong. You have a number of opportunities to shape your V through actions and dialogue choices, and some of these are also determined by your stats. If you level up your netrunner stats you'll have more knowledge of, well, netrunner stuff for instance. Those stats got a complete overhaul with the big patch, and I found them much easier to parse this time around.

 

I think it's the immersive sim stuff that lets the game down a bit, probably due to it butting heads with the RPG stuff. Early on in the game I found I was a little too restricted by my stats to play the way I wanted to, and by the end I was so overpowered that there was no longer any challenge at all. There was a sweet spot in the middle where an encounter flowed perfectly from stealthy hacking to all out combat, and it was amazing, but everything afterwards played out a little too perfectly.

 

It was a great experience though, and the ending I got felt perfect for my V's story. I'm looking forward to the DLC, especially if it lives up to The Witcher 3's amazing expansions. 

 

 

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January

 

04/01/2022 - Kena: Bridge of Spirits

24/01/2022 - Hitman (2016)

26/01/2022 - Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney

 

May

 

17/05/2022 - Kirby and the Forgotten Land

 

June

 

09/06/2022 - Elden Ring

 

July

 

09/07/2022 - Cyberpunk 2077

 

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09/07: House Flipper (Xbone Sex)

 

Never tried this genre before really. It really got under my skin and then I descended into "how do I flip this for a small profit and enable my dreams of living on the moon".

 

What a wonderful, terrible, species ending type of title this is. Loved it. 

 

Spoiler

23/1: Ninja Baseball Bat Man (MAME)

17/02: Assassin's Creed: Valhalla (PS5)

19/02: The Pedestrian (Xbone)

19/02: Gorogoa (Xbone)

20/02: The Gunk (Xbone)
18/03: Horizon Zero Dawn (PS5)
20/03: Oculus First Contact (OQ2)

22/03: Horizon Zero Dawn: Frozen Wastes DLC (PS5)

26/03: Little Hope (PS5)

04/04: The Outer Worlds (PS5)

09/04: House Of Ashes (PS5)

13/05: Exo One (Xbone Sex)

13/05: A Memoir Blue (Xbone Sex)

14/05: Cyberpunk 2077 (PS5)

16/05: Trek To Yomi (Xbone Sex)

22/05: Tetris Effect (Xbone Sex)

22/05: Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (Xbone Sex)

28/05: Far: Changing Tides (Xbone Sex)

02/06: Record of Lodoss War - Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth (Xbone Sex)

20/06: Forza Horizon 5 (Xbone Sex)

26/06: Lake (Xbone Sex)

27/06: Last Day Of June (PS5)

29/06: Little Nightmares (PS5)

01/07: Deliver Us The Moon (PS5)

 

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Luigi’s Mansion 2 (2013)

This is the third 3DS game from the Selects range I’ve bought off the eShop before it goes kaput, and I’ve yet to be steered wrong. Luigi once again has to take on the role of a low-rent Ghostbuster, wearing a vacuum strapped to his back he both sucks and blows. Ahem. He also has a torch, which stuns ghosts so they can be captured, and a dark light torch for finding hidden things - sort of like a UV light that shows up objects hidden by the ghosts instead of semen stains. 
 

True to the series lineage, battling ghosts is fun and not without some challenge, particularly when they start attacking in groups. All of Luigi’s tools are used in a variety of imaginative environmental puzzles to excellent effect. The 5 different ‘mansions’ are split into 5 missions each, with a boss at the end and a bonus mission for finding all the Boos hidden in each stage, so there’s plenty of content and variety - and lots of cute humour from the mischievous ghosts and mad professor E Gadd. 
 

Having come to this after playing LM3 on Switch, I think this is, on balance, the more consistent game. The upgrades available here, which can be purchased with cash found in the levels, are actually worthwhile, and it doesn’t have any absolute howlers like the ghost cat (there’s a dog in this that’s similar, but each chase is short and doesn’t overstay its welcome). The use of gyros here, particularly for aiming up and down, doesn’t work well, because the 3D effect requires you to keep the unit still and not tilt it all over the place, but that’s pretty much the only complaints. Lovely stuff indeed. 
 

Spoiler

06/01/2022 - Halo Infinite

09/01/2022 - Hyper Light Drifter

05/02/2022 - Ori and the Will of the Wisps

13/02/2022 - Guardians of the Galaxy

20/02/2022 - It Takes Two

20/03/2022 - Super Mario 3D Land

20/03/2022 - Panzer Dragoon: Remake

21/03/2022 - Psychonauts 2

18/04/2022 - The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

08/05/2022 - New Super Mario Bros 2

19/05/2022 - Resident Evil 4 HD

25/05/2022 - Tunic

16/06/2022 - Kirby and the Forgotten Land

16:06/2022 - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge

09/07/2022 - Luigi’s Mansion 2

 

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10/07 Bangkok Knights (C64) A game I always meant to play back in the day. It's a technical marvel with some of the largest fighting characters in a C64 game but when stacked up against System 3's other fighting game of the time (IK+) it comes up short. Some of the fighters required me to switch from punch spamming to hit and run attacks but I managed to get through the entire game on my first try.

 

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Earlier this month

02/07 Zero Wing (Megadrive/Switch)

 

Earlier this year.

 

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42. 26/06 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder's Revenge (PC) 

41. 17/06 Psycho Soldier (Arcade/PC)

40. 16/06 Prehistoric Isle in 1930 (Arcade/PC)

39. 16/06 Street Smart (Arcade/PC)

38. 12/06 Midnight Scenes:The Nanny (PC)

37. 28/05 SUPERHOT (PC) 

36. 28/05 Tetris Effect:Connected (PC)

35. 22/05 Sea of Solitude (PC) 

34. 21/05 Scott Morrison Simulator (Browser) 

33. 16/05 Full Throttle:Remastered (PC)

32. 15/05 Unbeatable [White Label] (PC)

31. 14/05 Trek To Yomi (PC) 

30. 13/05 Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (PC)

29. 09/05 California Games (C64)

28.01/05 The Stanley Parable:Ultra Deluxe (PC)

27. 27/04 The Darkside Detective:A Fumble in the Dark (PC)

26. 23/04 Streets of Rage 4 (PC)

25. 17/04 Exo One (PC)

24. 16/04 A Memoir Blue (PC)

23. 08/04 Slay the Spire (PC)

22. 03/04 Tunic (PC) 

21. 02/04 Kingdom:Two Crowns (PC)

20. 26/03 Say No! More (PC)

19. 21/03 Wizball (C64)

18. 17/03 Battle Circuit (PC/Arcade)

17. 17/03 We Happy Few (PC)

16. 07/03 Powered Gear (PC/Arcade) 

15. 06/03 FAR:Changing Tides (PC)

14. 05/03 In Other Waters (PC)

13. 02/03 Aperture Desk Job (Steam Deck/PC) 

12. 27/02 Final Fantasy 14:A Realm Reborn:Seventh Astral Era (PC) 

11. 25/02 Vampire Survivors (PC) 

10. 18/02 Hypnospace Outlaw

9. 05/02 Final Fight (PC/Arcade)

8. 31/01 Dynasty Wars (Arcade/PC)

7. 31/01 Mega Twins (Arcade/PC) 

6, 29/01 Superhot:Mind Control Delete (PC) 

5. 16/01 The Forgotten City (PC)

4. 09/01 Mr Driller Drill Land (PC)

3. 07/01 Olija (PC)

2. 07/01 It's a Knockout! (C64) 

1. 02/01 Katamari Damacy REROLL (PC)

 

Abandoned games

03/07 Cris Tales (PC)

03/07 Atomicrops (PC)

13/05 The Wild at Heart (PC)

19/03 Narita Boy (PC)

04/01 YIIK: A Postmodern RPG (PC)

 

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11/07 - Time Thief (Mac)

 

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A snappy Pico-8 game that's available for free on Steam. You play a villager who needs to gather three keys so he can open a gate. It doesn't really matter why. The moment you leave town you're given a minute until death, but luckily you can top this up by killing snakes and other beasties with a swift sword to the face.

 

It draws obvious comparison to Minit and reminded me a little of Fairune, but doesn't really have much interest in exploring the premise beyond the absolute basics. 

There are some simple switch puzzles and spike traps to avoid but nothing that stopped me breezing through this in under half an hour while waiting for my daughter to finish her swimming lesson. A neat little snack game, I thought.

 

2022:

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11/07 - Time Thief (Mac)

10/07 - Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator (Series X)

09/07 - Road 96 (Series X)

07/07 - Daytona USA (Series X)

07/07 - Disneyland Adventure (360)

04/07 - Trip World (GB)

01/07 - Lake (Series X)

29/06 - Cadillacs & Dinosaurs (Arcade)

29.06 - Donkey Kong '94 (GB)

27/06 - Record of Lodoss War: Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth (Series X)

23/06 - Disc Room (Series X)

22/06 - Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (Series X)

19/06 - Life is Strange: True Colours (Series X)

18/06 - Night Slashers (Arcade)

18/06 - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge (Series X)

19/06 - Life is Strange: True Colours (Series X)

17/06 - Gurumin - A Monstrous Adventure (PSP)

15/06 - Metamorphic Force (Arcade)

12/06 - Mickey to Donald: Magical Adventure 3 (SFC)

11/06 - Forza Horizon 5 (Series X)

10/06 - Sin and Punishment (N64)

10/06 - Yakuza 5 (Series X)

10/06 - Rushing Beat Ran (SFC)

09/06 - Musha Aleste (MD)

10/06 - Kururin Squash! (GC)

07/06 - Bananan Ouji no Daibouken/Banana Prince (FC)

07/06 - Pu·Li·Ru·La (Arcade)

05/06 - Ihatovo Monogatari / Stories of Ihatovo (SFC)

04/06 - Totsugeki! Ponkotsu Tank / Trax (GB)

03/06 - Ecco Jr (MD)

02/06 - Kirby 64 - The Crystal Shards (N64)

02/06 - Steamworld Quest - Hand of Gilgamech (Switch)

29/05 - Ikari no Yōsai/Operation Logic Bomb (SFC)

29/05 - I Am Dead (Switch)

29/05 - Pop'n Twinbee (SFC)

18/05 - Off Peak (Mac)

18/05 - Umurangi Generation (Series X)

13/05 - Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy (Series X)

13/05 - New Super Luigi U (Switch)

11/05 - Wild Guns Reloaded (Switch)

10/05 - Fairune 2 (Switch)

09/05 - Steel Assault (Switch)

07/05 - Trek to Yomi (Series X)

05/05 - Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (Series X)

05/05 - Bugsnax (Series X)

10/04 - Scarlet Nexus (Series X)

09/04 - Kururin Paradise (GBA)

08/04 - Olija (Series X)

08/04 - Metroid Dread (Switch)

07/04 - GunValkyrie (Xbox)

05/04 - Bujingai (PS2)

01/04 - Fire Emblem: Awakening (3DS)

29/03 - The Cave (360)

28/03 - A Memoir Blue (Series X)

27/03 - Blaster Master Zero II (Switch)

27/03 - Fairune Origin (Switch)

24/03 - Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice for All (Switch)

23/03 - Hyper Light Drifter (Switch)

21/03 - AI: The Somnium Files (Switch)

20/03 - Kaze no Notam/Notam of Wind (PS1)

20/03 - Flynn: Son of Crimson (Series X)

13/03 - Cyberpunk 2077 (Series X)

10/01 - Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master (Series X)

31/01 - Touhou Luna Nights (Series X)

28/01 - The Forgotten City (Series X)

26/01 - Poochy &  Yoshi's Woolly World (3DS)

17/01 - iS: Internal Section (PS1)

16/01 - New Pokemon Snap (Switch)

15/01 - Shinobi III (Mega Drive)

14/01 - Bulk Slash (Saturn)

13/01 - Densetsu no Stafy (GBA)

13/01 - Wolf Fang - Kuuga 2001 (PS1)

11/01 - Clock Tower - The First Fear (PS1)

11/01 - Finger Flashing (PS1)

10/01 - Mon Amour (Switch)

10/01- Psy-O-Blade (Mega Drive)

08/01 - Romeo + Juliet (Mac)

08/01 - BLACK BIRD (Switch)

04/01 - The Pedestrian (Series X)

03/01 - Paper Mario: The Origami King (Switch)

03/01 - Sonic Generations (Series X)

01/01 - How We Know We're Alive (Mac)

 

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01. How We Know We're Alive (Mac)
02. Gorogoa (Game Pass)
03. The Procession to Calvary (Game Pass)
04.Shadow Warrior [2013] (Xbox)
05. Pokémon Legends: Arceus (Switch)
06. Crossfire X – Chapter 1: Catalyst (XSX)
07. Battlefield 4 – Campaign, Normal (XSX)
08. Astro's Playroom (PS5)
09. Il Filo Conduttore (Mac)
10. Ratchet & Clank – Rift Apart (PS5)
11. Borderlands 3 – Guns, Love & Tentacles DLC (XSX)
12 & 13. Back to the Future – The Telltale Game, Episodes 1 & 2 (Xbox GWG)
14. Pokémon Sword (Switch)
15 & 16. Back to the Future – The Telltale Game, Episodes 3 & 4 (Xbox GWG)
17. Panzer Dragoon Remake, Normal 
Run (Switch)

18. Rez Infinite, Area 1-5 run (PS5)
19. Bowser's Fury, All Cat Shines (Switch)
20. Back to the Future – The Telltale Game, Episode 5 (Xbox GWG)
21. Nobody Saves the World (Xbox)
22. Trek to Yomi (Xbox)
22.5. Rez Area X (PS5)
23. Tomb Raider 2013 (XSX)

 

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"Silly game"

 

24. Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (XSX)
A really silly, short Zelda light game which made me chuckle more than once.

 

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"Shockingly good (sigh)"

25. Spider-Man: Miles Morales (PS5 – PS+ Extra)
A very worthy extension to the original game. Plays incredibly well, great acting and story and is a real looker. Can't wait to see what Insomniac have in store for S2. I'm glad this is on the new PS+ as, had I bought it at full RRP, I think I would have felt short-changed as it's ~8 hours if that.

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11/07 - Horizon: Forbidden West (PS5)

I've been playing this game pretty solidly for over a month now and sunk 88 hours into it (leaving me with a completion of 82%)  Although that's mostly because I dislike timed challenges like the Hunting Trials, the Melee pits and the Arena... oh and i don't play virtual boardgames within a video games, so ignored strike.

 

The rest of the game was excellent - it started with what I thought would be more of the same... until there's a big twist which makes things very interesting.  It started to drag around the end a little - but that mostly because I was running around trying to find animal parts to max out all my pouches I'd done every single possible side mission (aside from those pesky ones I didn't like) but very enjoyable overall.

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06/01/22

 

1. Yakuza 3 remastered -(series X)

 

 

 

26/01/22

 

2. Yakuza 4 remastered - (series X) 

 

 

 

27/01/22

 

3. Nobody saves the world - (Series X)

 

 

 

16/02/22

 

4. Infernax - (series X)

 

 

 

17/02/22

 

5. Dreamscaper - (series X) 

 

 

 

17/03/2022

 

6. Young Souls - (Series X) 

 

 

 

06/04/2022

 

7. A Memoir Blue - (Series X)

 

 

 

22/04/2022

 

8. Elden Ring - (Series X) 

 

 

 

27/04/2022

 

9. Turnip Boy commits tax evasion. 

 

10. Gigawing - Capcom arcade stadium version

 

 

 

30/04/2022

 

11. Battle Circuit - Capcom arcade stadium version

 

 

 

01/05/2022

 

12. Life is Strange - True Colours

 

 

 

19/05/2022

 

13. Eiyuden Chronicles : Rising (SeriesX) 

 

 

 

20/06/2022

 

 

 

TMNT : Shredders revenge

 

 

23/06/2022

Disc room 

And no 16 of the year is House Flipper (Series X). 

 

Enjoyed this as just something to chill out with. Buying houses, cleaning and painting was nice enough to see me play 16hrs. 

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12/07 - Cuphead (Series X)

 

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Took my time getting around to this, but thought it was absolutely marvellous. It can be frustrating when you hit a wall with a particular boss but I usually found that sleeping on it and coming back the next day resulted in victory. Struggled most with the fairground clown, which is strange given he appears fairly early in the game. 

 

The only part I could do without are the platforming levels, which are all well made but feel like a distraction from the boss-battering. Not surprised to hear they dropped them for the DLC. 

 

2022:

Spoiler

12/07 - Cuphead (Series X)

11/07 - Time Thief (Mac)

10/07 - Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator (Series X)

09/07 - Road 96 (Series X)

07/07 - Daytona USA (Series X)

07/07 - Disneyland Adventure (360)

04/07 - Trip World (GB)

01/07 - Lake (Series X)

29/06 - Cadillacs & Dinosaurs (Arcade)

29.06 - Donkey Kong '94 (GB)

27/06 - Record of Lodoss War: Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth (Series X)

23/06 - Disc Room (Series X)

22/06 - Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (Series X)

19/06 - Life is Strange: True Colours (Series X)

18/06 - Night Slashers (Arcade)

18/06 - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge (Series X)

19/06 - Life is Strange: True Colours (Series X)

17/06 - Gurumin - A Monstrous Adventure (PSP)

15/06 - Metamorphic Force (Arcade)

12/06 - Mickey to Donald: Magical Adventure 3 (SFC)

11/06 - Forza Horizon 5 (Series X)

10/06 - Sin and Punishment (N64)

10/06 - Yakuza 5 (Series X)

10/06 - Rushing Beat Ran (SFC)

09/06 - Musha Aleste (MD)

10/06 - Kururin Squash! (GC)

07/06 - Bananan Ouji no Daibouken/Banana Prince (FC)

07/06 - Pu·Li·Ru·La (Arcade)

05/06 - Ihatovo Monogatari / Stories of Ihatovo (SFC)

04/06 - Totsugeki! Ponkotsu Tank / Trax (GB)

03/06 - Ecco Jr (MD)

02/06 - Kirby 64 - The Crystal Shards (N64)

02/06 - Steamworld Quest - Hand of Gilgamech (Switch)

29/05 - Ikari no Yōsai/Operation Logic Bomb (SFC)

29/05 - I Am Dead (Switch)

29/05 - Pop'n Twinbee (SFC)

18/05 - Off Peak (Mac)

18/05 - Umurangi Generation (Series X)

13/05 - Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy (Series X)

13/05 - New Super Luigi U (Switch)

11/05 - Wild Guns Reloaded (Switch)

10/05 - Fairune 2 (Switch)

09/05 - Steel Assault (Switch)

07/05 - Trek to Yomi (Series X)

05/05 - Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (Series X)

05/05 - Bugsnax (Series X)

10/04 - Scarlet Nexus (Series X)

09/04 - Kururin Paradise (GBA)

08/04 - Olija (Series X)

08/04 - Metroid Dread (Switch)

07/04 - GunValkyrie (Xbox)

05/04 - Bujingai (PS2)

01/04 - Fire Emblem: Awakening (3DS)

29/03 - The Cave (360)

28/03 - A Memoir Blue (Series X)

27/03 - Blaster Master Zero II (Switch)

27/03 - Fairune Origin (Switch)

24/03 - Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice for All (Switch)

23/03 - Hyper Light Drifter (Switch)

21/03 - AI: The Somnium Files (Switch)

20/03 - Kaze no Notam/Notam of Wind (PS1)

20/03 - Flynn: Son of Crimson (Series X)

13/03 - Cyberpunk 2077 (Series X)

10/01 - Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master (Series X)

31/01 - Touhou Luna Nights (Series X)

28/01 - The Forgotten City (Series X)

26/01 - Poochy &  Yoshi's Woolly World (3DS)

17/01 - iS: Internal Section (PS1)

16/01 - New Pokemon Snap (Switch)

15/01 - Shinobi III (Mega Drive)

14/01 - Bulk Slash (Saturn)

13/01 - Densetsu no Stafy (GBA)

13/01 - Wolf Fang - Kuuga 2001 (PS1)

11/01 - Clock Tower - The First Fear (PS1)

11/01 - Finger Flashing (PS1)

10/01 - Mon Amour (Switch)

10/01- Psy-O-Blade (Mega Drive)

08/01 - Romeo + Juliet (Mac)

08/01 - BLACK BIRD (Switch)

04/01 - The Pedestrian (Series X)

03/01 - Paper Mario: The Origami King (Switch)

03/01 - Sonic Generations (Series X)

01/01 - How We Know We're Alive (Mac)

 

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10/07 Donkey Kong Country

 

Remember back in 1994 when this was going to be the best game ever because of those sexy Silicon Graphics? Then it came out out and not only was it not the best game ever but it wasn't even the best platformer ever or the best platformer on the SNES. It was still pretty good though right? 

 

Maybe back in 1994, but playing it today is a chore. Now, I'm and old man now and my reactions are not what they once were but fuck me the amount of seemingly unavoidable bullshit this game throws at you is rampant. In the later levels it seems every single jump has some unseen hazard that there is no way of reacting to unless you know it's there. Thank goodness for the the rewind function or I wouldn't have bothered after the first few levels. Still it passed a couple of hours while sitting in the car while my daughter was dancing (I really wanted to play Paper Mario but didn't want to start that until I had time to enjoy it properly).

 

4/10 (In 2022 money)

 

11/07 Assassins Creed Unity

 

Let's get this out of the way first; AC: Unity is a bad game.

 

I only played it as I wanted to play Syndicate and thought I better cross this off first. So it starts and I'm thinking 'this aint as bad as was made out'. It's very pretty pretty and I like Arno despite the fact he a bit of a dick. The controls are a little heavy but it's fine.

 

But then you do some side missions and there is no personality to them what so ever. Even the one ones that are supposed to be the more meaty side stuff are just fetch quests bookended by some dialogue with a non-entity NPC.

 

As the game moves on the Assassination mission design becomes hateful. With hordes of guards blocking and patrolling every possible path and interaction making what is supposed to be a killing sandbox in to a battle of attrition. Oh, and these guards are specially chosen for their ability to spot an assassin with two centimetres of hood showing five floors up and 500 yards from where they are standing.

 

Do not get me started on the menus.

 

3/10

 

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05/07 - Dragon Age: Inquisition 8/10

18/06 - TMNT: Shredder's Revenge 7/10

14/06 - Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga 8/10

01/06 - Dragon Quest XI 8/10

26/05 - Tales of Monkey Island 8/10

16/05 - Red Dead Redemption 9/10

12/05 - Lost Words – Beyond the Page 6/10

10/05 - Citizen Sleeper 9/10

06/05 - Lost in Random 6/10

08/04 – Kirby and the Forgotten Kingdom 9/10

01/04 – Danganronpa 2 – Goodbye Despair 08/10

25/03 – Tunic 6/10

16/03 – Danganronpa – Trigger Happy Havok 8/10

13/03 - Horizon - Forbidden West 10/10

15/02 - Agent A 7/10

14/02 - Saint's Row - Gat Out of Hell 6/10

11/02 - Nobody Saves the World 8/10

04/02 - Final Fantasy 7 Remake Episode INTERMission 6/10

01/02 - Final Fantasy 7 Remake 8/10

26/01 - Gorogoa 9/10

25/01 - The Gunk 7/10

23/01 - Control 7/10

11/01 - Rise of the Tomb Raider 7/10

07/01 - Sam & Max Beyond Time and Space 9/10

 

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12. Spider-man: Miles Morales (PS5)

 

I completed the platinum trophy on the original Spider-man game and absolutely loved every second so I knew I was probably going to like this, and I certainly wasn't disappointed. Insomniac just nailed the "feel" of Spider-man with these games and even going into NG+ with this I was happy just swinging around New York feeling every bit the superhero.

 

Gameplay wise it is essentially more of the same and once you get used to your powers and start linking together big combos you do feel like a bad ass. Graphically it certainly took a step up and the 'Performance RT' mode seems to be the sweet spot for solid 60fps with some ray tracing shinies. Story wise I also really enjoyed it - possibly more than the original (although I do like the MJ arc in that) - Miles and his family/friends are genuinely likeable and the central conflict is a good comic book affair. The final mission was a visual/gameplay spectacle too and the end credits possibly some of the best looking I've ever seen.

 

Length wise I spent about 12-15 hours on it for the 100% over a week, I was happy with that (and I like they haven't felt the need to pack the open world with too much busy work just to add duration), but I can see why some people would feel this doesn't justify the full £50 being asked on the PS Store. It's DLC plus really but if you are a PS+ Premium subscriber (or pick it up secondhand on disc like I did) it is well worth your time.  

 

9/10

 

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On 26/06/2022 at 12:01, FiveFootNinja said:

1. Wordle (iOS)

2. Quordle (iOS)

3. Knotwords (iOS)

4. Lego DC Super Villains (PS5) [Family game] - 8/10

5. Ben 10: Power Trip (XB1) [Family game] - 8/10

6. Rush: Disney Pixar Adventure (XB1) [Family game] -  7/10

7. The Artful Escape (XB1) - 7/10

8. FAR: Changing Tides (XB1) - 8/10

9. Lego Harry Potter: Years 1-4  Remastered (PS5) [Family game] - 8/10

10. Astro's Playroom (PS5) [Family game] - 10/10

11. The Last of Us: Part 2 (PS5) -  8.5/10

 

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12/07: Mafia Definitive Edition (PS5)

 

Courtesy of PS Plus Premium.

 

I really, really enjoyed this. Google reliably tells me there's a free roam mode in here somewhere, but I absolutely did not find it anywhere. I actually found the rapid nature that it drives your through the missions refreshing; I wasn't fussed about an onerous large open world game.

 

It hits all of the clichéd beats every mob story should. It perhaps got a little bombastic in places but, for an old game remade, it held up well.

 

I'm gonna go straight in on Mafia 2.

 

Spoiler

23/1: Ninja Baseball Bat Man (MAME)

17/02: Assassin's Creed: Valhalla (PS5)

19/02: The Pedestrian (Xbone)

19/02: Gorogoa (Xbone)

20/02: The Gunk (Xbone)
18/03: Horizon Zero Dawn (PS5)
20/03: Oculus First Contact (OQ2)

22/03: Horizon Zero Dawn: Frozen Wastes DLC (PS5)

26/03: Little Hope (PS5)

04/04: The Outer Worlds (PS5)

09/04: House Of Ashes (PS5)

13/05: Exo One (Xbone Sex)

13/05: A Memoir Blue (Xbone Sex)

14/05: Cyberpunk 2077 (PS5)

16/05: Trek To Yomi (Xbone Sex)

22/05: Tetris Effect (Xbone Sex)

22/05: Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (Xbone Sex)

28/05: Far: Changing Tides (Xbone Sex)

02/06: Record of Lodoss War - Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth (Xbone Sex)

20/06: Forza Horizon 5 (Xbone Sex)

26/06: Lake (Xbone Sex)

27/06: Last Day Of June (PS5)

29/06: Little Nightmares (PS5)

01/07: Deliver Us The Moon (PS5)

09/07: House Flipper (Xbone Sex)

 

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13/07 - The Munchables (Wii)

 

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Action-platformer by Bandai Namco and one that I really enjoyed playing, particularly with my kids. Think of the gameplay progression of Katamari where you're rolling up progressively larger objects, only here you're eating loads of mutant food so you can bulk up and swallow an obstacle blocking the way forward or a big bad boss. At the end of a stage your character craps out a load of rainbow-coloured droppings and if you've produced enough, an elderly onion man rewards you with a new costume item.

 

Visually it's a bit muddled and there's not a huge amount of depth to it beyond munching stuff, but it has the kind of daft noughties platformer energy that I find appealing. 

 

Some very Katamari-ish tunes on the soundtrack:

 

 

Thanks to @Keyboard Koalafor reminding me this game exists.

 

2022:

Spoiler

18/07 - Space Invaders: Infinity Gene (360) 

18/07 - Golf With Your Friends (Series X)

17/07 - The Ascent (Series X)

15/07 - Pupperazzi (Series X)

14/07 - PAW Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay (Series X)

13/07 - The Munchables (Wii)

12/07 - Cuphead (Series X)

11/07 - Time Thief (Mac)

10/07 - Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator (Series X)

09/07 - Road 96 (Series X)

07/07 - Daytona USA (Series X)

07/07 - Disneyland Adventure (360)

04/07 - Trip World (GB)

01/07 - Lake (Series X)

29/06 - Cadillacs & Dinosaurs (Arcade)

29.06 - Donkey Kong '94 (GB)

27/06 - Record of Lodoss War: Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth (Series X)

23/06 - Disc Room (Series X)

22/06 - Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (Series X)

19/06 - Life is Strange: True Colours (Series X)

18/06 - Night Slashers (Arcade)

18/06 - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge (Series X)

19/06 - Life is Strange: True Colours (Series X)

17/06 - Gurumin - A Monstrous Adventure (PSP)

15/06 - Metamorphic Force (Arcade)

12/06 - Mickey to Donald: Magical Adventure 3 (SFC)

11/06 - Forza Horizon 5 (Series X)

10/06 - Sin and Punishment (N64)

10/06 - Yakuza 5 (Series X)

10/06 - Rushing Beat Ran (SFC)

09/06 - Musha Aleste (MD)

10/06 - Kururin Squash! (GC)

07/06 - Bananan Ouji no Daibouken/Banana Prince (FC)

07/06 - Pu·Li·Ru·La (Arcade)

05/06 - Ihatovo Monogatari / Stories of Ihatovo (SFC)

04/06 - Totsugeki! Ponkotsu Tank / Trax (GB)

03/06 - Ecco Jr (MD)

02/06 - Kirby 64 - The Crystal Shards (N64)

02/06 - Steamworld Quest - Hand of Gilgamech (Switch)

29/05 - Ikari no Yōsai/Operation Logic Bomb (SFC)

29/05 - I Am Dead (Switch)

29/05 - Pop'n Twinbee (SFC)

18/05 - Off Peak (Mac)

18/05 - Umurangi Generation (Series X)

13/05 - Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy (Series X)

13/05 - New Super Luigi U (Switch)

11/05 - Wild Guns Reloaded (Switch)

10/05 - Fairune 2 (Switch)

09/05 - Steel Assault (Switch)

07/05 - Trek to Yomi (Series X)

05/05 - Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (Series X)

05/05 - Bugsnax (Series X)

10/04 - Scarlet Nexus (Series X)

09/04 - Kururin Paradise (GBA)

08/04 - Olija (Series X)

08/04 - Metroid Dread (Switch)

07/04 - GunValkyrie (Xbox)

05/04 - Bujingai (PS2)

01/04 - Fire Emblem: Awakening (3DS)

29/03 - The Cave (360)

28/03 - A Memoir Blue (Series X)

27/03 - Blaster Master Zero II (Switch)

27/03 - Fairune Origin (Switch)

24/03 - Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice for All (Switch)

23/03 - Hyper Light Drifter (Switch)

21/03 - AI: The Somnium Files (Switch)

20/03 - Kaze no Notam/Notam of Wind (PS1)

20/03 - Flynn: Son of Crimson (Series X)

13/03 - Cyberpunk 2077 (Series X)

10/01 - Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master (Series X)

31/01 - Touhou Luna Nights (Series X)

28/01 - The Forgotten City (Series X)

26/01 - Poochy &  Yoshi's Woolly World (3DS)

17/01 - iS: Internal Section (PS1)

16/01 - New Pokemon Snap (Switch)

15/01 - Shinobi III (Mega Drive)

14/01 - Bulk Slash (Saturn)

13/01 - Densetsu no Stafy (GBA)

13/01 - Wolf Fang - Kuuga 2001 (PS1)

11/01 - Clock Tower - The First Fear (PS1)

11/01 - Finger Flashing (PS1)

10/01 - Mon Amour (Switch)

10/01- Psy-O-Blade (Mega Drive)

08/01 - Romeo + Juliet (Mac)

08/01 - BLACK BIRD (Switch)

04/01 - The Pedestrian (Series X)

03/01 - Paper Mario: The Origami King (Switch)

03/01 - Sonic Generations (Series X)

01/01 - How We Know We're Alive (Mac)

 

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2 hours ago, Quest said:

13/07 - The Munchables (Wii)

 

Action-platformer by Bandai Namco and one that I really enjoyed playing, particularly with my kids. Think of the gameplay progression of Katamari where you're rolling up progressively larger objects, only here you're eating loads of mutant food so you can bulk up and swallow an obstacle blocking the way forward or a big bad boss.

 

Some very Katamari-ish tunes on the soundtrack:

 

Thanks to @Keyboard Koalafor reminding me this game exists.

 

2022:

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13/07 - The Munchables (Wii)

12/07 - Cuphead (Series X)

11/07 - Time Thief (Mac)

10/07 - Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator (Series X)

09/07 - Road 96 (Series X)

07/07 - Daytona USA (Series X)

07/07 - Disneyland Adventure (360)

04/07 - Trip World (GB)

01/07 - Lake (Series X)

29/06 - Cadillacs & Dinosaurs (Arcade)

29.06 - Donkey Kong '94 (GB)

27/06 - Record of Lodoss War: Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth (Series X)

23/06 - Disc Room (Series X)

22/06 - Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (Series X)

19/06 - Life is Strange: True Colours (Series X)

18/06 - Night Slashers (Arcade)

18/06 - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge (Series X)

19/06 - Life is Strange: True Colours (Series X)

17/06 - Gurumin - A Monstrous Adventure (PSP)

15/06 - Metamorphic Force (Arcade)

12/06 - Mickey to Donald: Magical Adventure 3 (SFC)

11/06 - Forza Horizon 5 (Series X)

10/06 - Sin and Punishment (N64)

10/06 - Yakuza 5 (Series X)

10/06 - Rushing Beat Ran (SFC)

09/06 - Musha Aleste (MD)

10/06 - Kururin Squash! (GC)

07/06 - Bananan Ouji no Daibouken/Banana Prince (FC)

07/06 - Pu·Li·Ru·La (Arcade)

05/06 - Ihatovo Monogatari / Stories of Ihatovo (SFC)

04/06 - Totsugeki! Ponkotsu Tank / Trax (GB)

03/06 - Ecco Jr (MD)

02/06 - Kirby 64 - The Crystal Shards (N64)

02/06 - Steamworld Quest - Hand of Gilgamech (Switch)

29/05 - Ikari no Yōsai/Operation Logic Bomb (SFC)

29/05 - I Am Dead (Switch)

29/05 - Pop'n Twinbee (SFC)

18/05 - Off Peak (Mac)

18/05 - Umurangi Generation (Series X)

13/05 - Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy (Series X)

13/05 - New Super Luigi U (Switch)

11/05 - Wild Guns Reloaded (Switch)

10/05 - Fairune 2 (Switch)

09/05 - Steel Assault (Switch)

07/05 - Trek to Yomi (Series X)

05/05 - Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (Series X)

05/05 - Bugsnax (Series X)

10/04 - Scarlet Nexus (Series X)

09/04 - Kururin Paradise (GBA)

08/04 - Olija (Series X)

08/04 - Metroid Dread (Switch)

07/04 - GunValkyrie (Xbox)

05/04 - Bujingai (PS2)

01/04 - Fire Emblem: Awakening (3DS)

29/03 - The Cave (360)

28/03 - A Memoir Blue (Series X)

27/03 - Blaster Master Zero II (Switch)

27/03 - Fairune Origin (Switch)

24/03 - Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice for All (Switch)

23/03 - Hyper Light Drifter (Switch)

21/03 - AI: The Somnium Files (Switch)

20/03 - Kaze no Notam/Notam of Wind (PS1)

20/03 - Flynn: Son of Crimson (Series X)

13/03 - Cyberpunk 2077 (Series X)

10/01 - Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master (Series X)

31/01 - Touhou Luna Nights (Series X)

28/01 - The Forgotten City (Series X)

26/01 - Poochy &  Yoshi's Woolly World (3DS)

17/01 - iS: Internal Section (PS1)

16/01 - New Pokemon Snap (Switch)

15/01 - Shinobi III (Mega Drive)

14/01 - Bulk Slash (Saturn)

13/01 - Densetsu no Stafy (GBA)

13/01 - Wolf Fang - Kuuga 2001 (PS1)

11/01 - Clock Tower - The First Fear (PS1)

11/01 - Finger Flashing (PS1)

10/01 - Mon Amour (Switch)

10/01- Psy-O-Blade (Mega Drive)

08/01 - Romeo + Juliet (Mac)

08/01 - BLACK BIRD (Switch)

04/01 - The Pedestrian (Series X)

03/01 - Paper Mario: The Origami King (Switch)

03/01 - Sonic Generations (Series X)

01/01 - How We Know We're Alive (Mac)

 

Cheers, dude! I tend to watch a few of those all-time top what-have-yous of past consoles to see if there's any hidden gems I've missed, and that one definitely stood out for the Wii. To my surprise there was hardly anything written about it on this forum, particularly because it was directed by the same guy who made almost every Katamari game, after its original creator left the series.

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On 29/06/2022 at 22:44, strawdonkey said:

2021/65a. Star Hunter DX (Space Cadet, 1CC, 19.3mil)

01. The Artful Escape

02. Rhythm Doctor

03. Monolith

04. Higurashi When They Cry - Ch.2 Watanagashi

05. Outer Wilds

06. OMORI

02a. Rhythm Doctor (all the bonus stuff and B+'d every stage)

07. Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel (all solo content clear)

08. Windjammers 2 (1CC)

09. Vampire Survivors

10. Ghost Blade HD (1CC Easy)

10a. Ghost Blade HD

07a. Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel

11. Exceed 2nd - Vampire Rex (uh, 3CC I guess)

12. Higurashi When They Cry - Ch. 3 Tatarigoroshi

13. Magic The Gathering: Arena (Mythic Rank, constructed)

14. Solitarica

15. Schildmaid MX (Jaeger Mode 1CC, 12.9mil)

16. ZeroRanger - White Vanilla Mode (719k, Type-C, C++)

17. Zenohell (Honestly it took like 20 credits)

18. Higurashi When They Cry - Ch. 4 Himatsubushi

16a. ZeroRanger - Green Orange Mode 1-ALL (354k, Type-C)

19. Backspace Bouken (and the Numb Lock DLC)

20. Exceed 3rd: Jade Penetrate Black Package (1CC, Easy, 5,388,190)

20a. Exceed 3rd: Jade Penetrate Black Package (1CC, Normal, 3mil and some change)

21. Rez Infinite (Area X)

22. Point Blank (1CC, Expert Mode)
23. Touhou 8 - Imperishable Night (1CC, New Moon, Reimu/Yukari)

23a. Touhou 8 - Imperishable Night (1CC, Waxing Crescent, Reimu/Yukari)

24. Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion

25. Graze Counter (many 1CCs)

26. Touhou 7 - Perfect Cherry Blossom (1CC, Easy, Reimu)

27. Higurashi When They Cry - Ch. 5 Meakashi

X1. Carrion

28. Deathsmiles (1CC, Normal, Rosa, 57mil)

29. One Step From Eden (Reva clear, all bosses spared)

30. Panzer Dragoon Remake

31. Higurashi When They Cry - Ch. 6 Tsumihoroboshi

32. Jamestown+ (Story completion and finished Gauntlet Mode)

X2. Death's Door

33. Higurashi When They Cry - Ch. 7 Minagoroshi

25a. Graze Counter - Expert mode (Type-7, 474mil)
34. Splatoon

35. Drainus (Normal 2-all 1CC)

36. Neko Navy ("Easy" 1CC, 918mil, Mugi)

37. Mario Golf: Super Rush

38. Wario Ware Gold

Really enjoyed Mario Golf to start with - it plays a decent game of golf (though not as enjoyable as Everybody's Golf or the Links game on the original XBox) and has a bunch of different modes, but... the story mode wears thin pretty quickly, and it's largely down to the Speed Golf modes. Speed Golf involves you taking your shot and then running after the ball to take your next shot. Your condition for success is completing the course under a certain amount of time, and each shot you take also adds a fixed amount of time to your count. The problem is that on a regular golf course, it's just not much fun to chase after the ball repeatedly, and often when everyone has their specials charged the game becomes more about the cat-and-mouse of trying to go last rather than playing as fast as possible, or deliberately hitting a short shot to avoid the fight over the zone all the special shots are going to land in. Playing Speed Golf also takes a lot longer than a regular round too, ironically.

 

The other issue is that the course design can wind up with your ball at the foot of a cliff and the route back up can take several shots. It's not like getting stuck in a bunker where, with a bit of skill you can get back on track pretty quickly; you're sometimes having to take shots in the wrong direction and it is a complete round killer and feels terrible. 

 

The Speed Golf stuff does come into its own in the multiplayer arenas that are designed for it - locations where there are multiple holes for you to aim for, and timing your specials to disrupt your opponents in a small and close environment is much more fun than "oh there goes my ball off the cliff thanks Toad". It's good, but it's flawed, and the combination of stuff is just not really there, and I'd have enjoyed it more if it was just Regular Golf On Course and Speed Golf In The Speed Golf Bits.

 

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Wario Ware Gold is loads of Wario Ware and it's dead good. There's definitely some diminishing returns from playing Wario Ware games beyond your first, but this one just has a bit of everything in it and there's very few duffers in it either, other than the ones where you have to blow into the microphone. The mode where you have to identify the control method for each game (between Tap, Twist and, er, Buttons) is brilliant as sometimes it really throws you for a loop and you're tapping when you should be buttonsing and by that point it's already too late.

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Tell Me Why - Series X

 

What a phenomenally boring game. I love games with a strong story, well, let’s say an engaging story. I want to know what happens next, I want to be surprised by a big reveal or at the very least think ‘okay, that’s a good twist’ even if I’ve seen it coming. This story is just so dull, there isn’t an interesting character in the whole game and there isn’t anything interesting to do either. I should have given up, but I wanted to see if it improved and also if at some point the game would do something clever. No, not at all. The whole game is about the story, but the story isn’t worth telling.

 


 

 

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15/7 - A Memoir Blue (XSX GP)

I had this downloaded so thought I'd give it a quick spin last night.  In my mind I had it pegged as a fairly simple but charming narrative tale of sorts which was not what I got.  I was faced with a bit of confusion playing this... so much so that I checked out the description online that tagged is as an "interactive poem" which I guess means it could be anything.

 

I wasn't really in the mindset for this, so didn't particularly enjoy it... i got the story, but I found it really quite depressing.  The whole experience was about an hour long start to finish.  I'd have been pissed off if I'd paid for it, but it was on GamePass so at least it lets me try out all sorts of oddities.  

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On 15/07/2022 at 18:21, strawdonkey said:

2021/65a. Star Hunter DX (Space Cadet, 1CC, 19.3mil)

01. The Artful Escape

02. Rhythm Doctor

03. Monolith

04. Higurashi When They Cry - Ch.2 Watanagashi

05. Outer Wilds

06. OMORI

02a. Rhythm Doctor (all the bonus stuff and B+'d every stage)

07. Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel (all solo content clear)

08. Windjammers 2 (1CC)

09. Vampire Survivors

10. Ghost Blade HD (1CC Easy)

10a. Ghost Blade HD

07a. Yu-Gi-Oh! Master Duel

11. Exceed 2nd - Vampire Rex (uh, 3CC I guess)

12. Higurashi When They Cry - Ch. 3 Tatarigoroshi

13. Magic The Gathering: Arena (Mythic Rank, constructed)

14. Solitarica

15. Schildmaid MX (Jaeger Mode 1CC, 12.9mil)

16. ZeroRanger - White Vanilla Mode (719k, Type-C, C++)

17. Zenohell (Honestly it took like 20 credits)

18. Higurashi When They Cry - Ch. 4 Himatsubushi

16a. ZeroRanger - Green Orange Mode 1-ALL (354k, Type-C)

19. Backspace Bouken (and the Numb Lock DLC)

20. Exceed 3rd: Jade Penetrate Black Package (1CC, Easy, 5,388,190)

20a. Exceed 3rd: Jade Penetrate Black Package (1CC, Normal, 3mil and some change)

21. Rez Infinite (Area X)

22. Point Blank (1CC, Expert Mode)
23. Touhou 8 - Imperishable Night (1CC, New Moon, Reimu/Yukari)

23a. Touhou 8 - Imperishable Night (1CC, Waxing Crescent, Reimu/Yukari)

24. Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion

25. Graze Counter (many 1CCs)

26. Touhou 7 - Perfect Cherry Blossom (1CC, Easy, Reimu)

27. Higurashi When They Cry - Ch. 5 Meakashi

X1. Carrion

28. Deathsmiles (1CC, Normal, Rosa, 57mil)

29. One Step From Eden (Reva clear, all bosses spared)

30. Panzer Dragoon Remake

31. Higurashi When They Cry - Ch. 6 Tsumihoroboshi

32. Jamestown+ (Story completion and finished Gauntlet Mode)

X2. Death's Door

33. Higurashi When They Cry - Ch. 7 Minagoroshi

25a. Graze Counter - Expert mode (Type-7, 474mil)
34. Splatoon

35. Drainus (Normal 2-all 1CC)

36. Neko Navy ("Easy" 1CC, 918mil, Mugi)

37. Mario Golf: Super Rush

38. Wario Ware Gold

39. Milk Outside a Bag of Milk Outside a Bag of Milk ...

22a. Point Blank (1CC, Very Hard Mode)

I wrote a tiny bit about Milk Inside a Bag of Milk Inside a Bag of Milk when I played it last year. This is the sequel, in which you get to have a dialogue with the main character and try to make sense of what they could be going through and hope that they wake up again the next morning.

The writing is the true star of this game but also a shout out to the soundtrack, which is brilliant.

 

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It still deals very much with mental illness/trauma/etc and oftentimes in such a matter-of-fact way. It's difficult to really describe the effect this game and its prequel have, they worm themselves into your brain and the thing that you get from them is less of an experience and more of a feeling. You're helping someone to live their nightmare and their perception of the world is quite different to mine.

i think I prefer the first game in the series just because it's so weird, but this is still magnificent in its own fucked-up way.

 

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I went to Arcade Club in Bury today. It might be the best place on Earth.

Was also lucky enough to get a few credits' worth of time uninterrupted with Probably The Best Lightgun Game Ever Citation Needed. After getting the Expert 1CC a few months back (here) I mentioned about going back for the Very Hard Mode 1CC, which wasn't really something I'd ever considered until recently, largely becuase I was generally quite happy just demolishing the Beginner mode without too much effort.

 

After a couple of warm-ups where I'd generally run out of chances around the 12th-14th game of 16, I got The Run - couple of tricky bits at the start (and my chest in the bonus stage was empty!) but was able to stitch together a run of about ten stages without losing a life to get me through. It felt different playing the game this way - I'd traditionally be just casually doubling all the targets in Beginner mode but everything is so strict here that when it tells you to shoot 22 skeletons, you need to count them to ensure that you're going to meet your quota at the end of the stage, as if you're lucky there'll be 23 that appear on screen during the entire stage. The room for error is very slight (I mean it is called Very Hard for a reason) and it was a mixture of completely exhausting and being well on the way to 40 and fist-pumping in public after squeaking through a particularly tricky stage.

Score wasn't brilliant, but I'll take it. Point Blank is an absolute cornerstone of my gaming life, and it feels really nice to know that I've been able to fully give it a run for its money even just the once.

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Journey (2019)

 

This came out of nowhere this morning, when I saw it for cheap on CD Keys and, in need of some more console-style games for my Steam library to play on my new Deck, I snapped it up. 
 

I didn’t realise it’s a very short game, but I clocked it at 2 and a half hours. It’s lovely. Visually arresting, the movement and lonely atmosphere are perfect and the music very stirring. It caused the Deck to crash outright twice, and brought it to a juddering halt once, but then I suppose it’s a miracle any Windows games run at all, so that’s fine even though it’s fully Deck Verified. 
 

Really recommended if you’ve got a spare £3.69. 
 

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06/01/2022 - Halo Infinite

09/01/2022 - Hyper Light Drifter

05/02/2022 - Ori and the Will of the Wisps

13/02/2022 - Guardians of the Galaxy

20/02/2022 - It Takes Two

20/03/2022 - Super Mario 3D Land

20/03/2022 - Panzer Dragoon: Remake

21/03/2022 - Psychonauts 2

18/04/2022 - The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

08/05/2022 - New Super Mario Bros 2

19/05/2022 - Resident Evil 4 HD

25/05/2022 - Tunic

16/06/2022 - Kirby and the Forgotten Land

16:06/2022 - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge

09/07/2022 - Luigi’s Mansion 2

16/07/2022 - Journey

 

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Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest (3DS)

Citizen Sleeper (PC)

Opus: Echo of Starsong (Switch)

Heaven's Vault (Switch)

Panzer Dragoon Remake (Switch + PC)

Frostpunk (PC)

TMNT: Shredder's Revenge (Xbox One)

Space Marine (PC)

Halo Wars Definitive Edition (Xbox One)

 

Another mammoth post. I should either post in this thread more often or play less games...

 

Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest turned out to be my favourite of the Awakening + Fates era Fire Emblem games. Worse writing and characters than Awakening, but overall more interesting battles, tighter mechanics and game balance. I have very mixed feelings about this era of Fire Emblem. Awakening saved the franchise, but Awakenings was intended as a pure fan-service last hurrah and some of that fan service was deeply questionable. And then Fates is just Awakening somehow turned up to 11, even though Awakening is basically already at 11.

 

Also, everyone who gave Bioware a hard time for lazy, gamified relationships in their games, it could’ve been worse *gestures wildly at all this*

 

I didn’t universally hate the characters and the overall weak story still had its moments. There’s still a faint glimmer of the underappreciated horror and weirdness that Fire Emblem at its best has, but it’s a very faint glimmer. A good SRPG underneath the caked on layers of anime bullshit, just not a good Fire Emblem.

 

Citizen Sleeper, Opus: Echo Of Starsong and Heaven’s Vault all complimented each other and I played the second two after the first as I was after similar experiences. They’re all mechanics light adventure games. All interested to varying degrees in archeology of future spaces, transhumanism, everyday existence alongside wild, outlandish technology, SF culture clash and technology fueled mysticism and they all have their own unique takes on those subjects.

 

Heaven’s Vault is by far the most ambitious in terms of world building and production values, and possibly the most rewarding for people who want to dig through ancient lore as a result. But it doesn't quite stick the landing, mechanically or in terms of presentation, and winds up uneven and patchy as a result. Opus: EOS is very linear and suffers a bit from anime style storytelling where everyone is at a fever pitch of emotion all the fucking time but the mix of melodrama and Expanse style practical SF world building has its own charm. Citizen Sleeper is a deceptively cosy little life sim which outlives its own mechanics and drags towards the end but is packed full of memorable characters and storylines.

 

I would recommend Citizen Sleeper first and Heaven’s Vault second even though Heaven’s Vault main character and weird Spelljammer-esque world with occasional tinges of cosmic horror resonated more with me. Opus: EOA is maybe more of an odd curio then something I'd actively recommend, but is still interesting and there’s two earlier, narratively unconnected games in that series I might chase up later too.

 

Saw Panzer Dragoon Remake was going for a couple of quid on Switch then again on PC for the same price a few weeks later, so I ended up buying it twice and playing through 3 times, normal on Switch, then normal and hard on PC. I can see how someone who committed the entire Saturn original to memory would be able to find plenty of issues with the remake but I had a lot of fun here. The visual style might not be true to the original but it fits in reasonably well with my happy memories of Orta. Mechanically paper thin, but relaxing, atmospheric rail shooter.

 

Frostpunk is another highly regarded strategy game with a lot of replay value that had me hooked until I saw the credits then immediately lost interest in playing any of the alternate scenarios. Maybe it’s the knowledge of all the other games waiting to be tried that kills my interest in replaying this kind of thing. It took me two attempts to make it through to the end of the main scenario on default difficulty. I failed my first play through with the enraged citizens of my weird arctic steampunk city exiling me into the frosty wastes for my gross incompetence in the seconds between surviving the big storm and completing the game! Second time round getting to the end was trivial with everything I learned from before but enjoyable in the context of my disastrous first effort. Loads of difficulty options and alternate scenarios on offer after that which look like they would build out the story and test you with different restrictions and circumstances, but the main scenario is a satisfying little narrative arc in itself.

 

TMNT: Shredders Revenge is a fine homage to the old Konami beat-em-ups with an extra layer of depth to help it stand alongside modern takes on the genre. Slick and oozing with affection for the franchise. I got bored playing single player halfway through a second playthrough on hard (or “gnarly” or whatever they called the difficulty options…), but it’s remaining installed for future couch co-op sessions.

 

I made a few hyperbolic posts about Space Marine on here a short while back and I wanted to go back and see if the game really was as good as I remembered. Gun feel is incredibly meaty and satisfying and the melee combat slightly weightless but switching between them on the fly is a joy. Laying waste to a group of enemies with a chainsword and then rounding on the last orc standing and blowing his head off with a few well placed bolter rounds doesn’t get old. As for my earlier claim that it’s one of the best action games of its generation… maybe I did overegg it slightly. If I stick to my benchmark of Vanquish as a top tier action game, this isn’t quite there, but it’s not far off.

 

Halo Wars Definitive Edition was totally decent. A short, pacey campaign with short pacey missions. Loads of clever concessions and streamlining to make it work with a pad – having bases that are physical versions of radial menus is a neat bit of design. It’s undeniably shallow compared to many full-fat RTSs but in 2022 that’s no longer considered the gross affront to all that is right and just it once was. Captures the playing-with-toy-soldiers appeal of the genre beautifully.

 

2022 so far:

 

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January:

 

Mortal Shell (Xbox One)

Halo Infinite (Xbox One)

 

A nebulous period of time from the end of January to some point in May:

 

Into The Breach (Switch)

Death’s Door (Xbox One)

Mad Stalker (Megadrive)

Metroid Dread (Switch)

Loop Hero (Switch)

Shin Megami Tensai Strange Journey Redux (3DS)

Final Fantasy 12 (Xbox One)

 

From around the middle of May to now:

 

Fire Emblem Fates: Conquest (3DS)

Citizen Sleeper (PC)

Opus: Echo of Starsong (Switch)

Heaven's Vault (Switch)

Panzer Dragoon Remake (Switch + PC)

Frostpunk (PC)

TMNT: Shredder's Revenge (Xbox One)

Space Marine (PC)

Halo Wars Definitive Edition (Xbox One)

 

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Zero Time Dilemma (PS4)

 

And so the Zero Escape trilogy comes to a conclusion, not with a bang, but a whimper. I loved 999 and Virtues Last Reward, but right from the start something felt off with the way the whole game was structured. The story fragmentation (Fragments as they are called in-game) just don't feel connected in a way the standard flow chart did in Virtues Last Reward. I know there's a way to view a standard Flowchart in the game, but it's not presented as the main way you're supposed to view the timeline so barely looked at it. And when I did, I was equally as confused.

 

By the time the game reached it's conclusion I was just bored by the story and found myself looking at my phone more than I probably should've. I liked the returning characters, the new ones didn't really do it for, Eric and Mira were especially irritating and terrible. While I'm not against using guides for help, in this game I ended up using that more in the Story sections as opposed to the Escape stuff. Some story segments locked off and I couldn't figure out why. The game throws a million passwords at you so you're forced to write everything down (or take photos of the screen in my case), there was just too much of everything when it came to the story. The balance also seemed off with what felt like the last quarter of the game having zero puzzle rooms, going full in on story and decision making. 

 

On the plus side, I did like the Telltale style they used for the graphics, which I understand is a controversial statement for fans of the series.

 

A generous 6/10.

 

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January

05/01 - Starfox 64

14/01 - Resident Evil 3

15/01 - Great Ace Attorney Chronicles

30/01 - Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order

 

February

06/02 - Hades

 

April

03/04 - Lost Judgment: The Kaito Files

10/04 - Knights of the Old Republic

25/04 - Horizon: Forbidden West

 

May

15/05 - The Nonary Games

26/05 - Star Wars Squadrons

 

June

05/06 - Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga

15/06 - Kirby 64

17/06 - The Quarry

 

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On 08/07/2022 at 02:53, disperse and recoagulate said:

My 4 year old completed PAW Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay earlier. It’s on Gamepass. We’ve “completed” games before, like Adiboo and the Energy Thieves on PS2 and New Super Luckys Tale (also on Gamepass) but they were mostly her running about and then asking me to do stuff to progress, but I literally did no part of this Paw Patrol game. :sealclap: Seems there’s a load of minigames to do now, which she’s pleased about.

There is a new one out on Gamepass since Friday. Also Peppa the Pig game.  

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01. How We Know We're Alive (Mac)
02. Gorogoa (Game Pass)
03. The Procession to Calvary (Game Pass)
04.Shadow Warrior [2013] (Xbox)
05. Pokémon Legends: Arceus (Switch)
06. Crossfire X – Chapter 1: Catalyst (XSX)
07. Battlefield 4 – Campaign, Normal (XSX)
08. Astro's Playroom (PS5)
09. Il Filo Conduttore (Mac)
10. Ratchet & Clank – Rift Apart (PS5)
11. Borderlands 3 – Guns, Love & Tentacles DLC (XSX)
12 & 13. Back to the Future – The Telltale Game, Episodes 1 & 2 (Xbox GWG)
14. Pokémon Sword (Switch)
15 & 16. Back to the Future – The Telltale Game, Episodes 3 & 4 (Xbox GWG)
17. Panzer Dragoon Remake, Normal 
Run (Switch)

18. Rez Infinite, Area 1-5 run (PS5)
19. Bowser's Fury, All Cat Shines (Switch)
20. Back to the Future – The Telltale Game, Episode 5 (Xbox GWG)
21. Nobody Saves the World (Xbox)
22. Trek to Yomi (Xbox)
22.5. Rez Area X (PS5)
23. Tomb Raider 2013 (XSX)

24. Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (XSX Game Pass)
25. Spider-Man: Miles Morales (PS5 – PS+ Extra)

 


26. The Vanishing of Ethan Carter (PS5 – PS+ Extra)
[ABANDONED] I was really enjoying this and then I encountered a bug which has prevented me from progressing. I have watched some videos and consulted guides and I've done everything I'm supposed to, but I can't inspect the penultimate scene. Fuck doing it all again from the start.

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21 hours ago, MNFRMTMRRW said:

There is a new one out on Gamepass since Friday. Also Peppa the Pig game.  

 

I've heard that if you want an easy 1000 points you can complete this in half an hour. (I've decided not to, achievement hunting on games I'm not interested in having lost their appeal after I saw an interview with the guy who at the time had ALL the platinums. A more haunted man I've never seen.)

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19/07 - Ghost Trick (DS)

 

There's been nothing like it since, and Capcom will almost certainly never make a sequel, so I suppose I'll just replay this every few years until I die.

 

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Missile 4eva.

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2022:

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19/07 - Ghost Trick (DS)

18/07 - Space Invaders: Infinity Gene (360) 

18/07 - Golf With Your Friends (Series X)

17/07 - The Ascent (Series X)

15/07 - Pupperazzi (Series X)

14/07 - PAW Patrol Mighty Pups Save Adventure Bay (Series X)

13/07 - The Munchables (Wii)

12/07 - Cuphead (Series X)

11/07 - Time Thief (Mac)

10/07 - Space Warlord Organ Trading Simulator (Series X)

09/07 - Road 96 (Series X)

07/07 - Daytona USA (Series X)

07/07 - Disneyland Adventure (360)

04/07 - Trip World (GB)

01/07 - Lake (Series X)

29/06 - Cadillacs & Dinosaurs (Arcade)

29.06 - Donkey Kong '94 (GB)

27/06 - Record of Lodoss War: Deedlit in Wonder Labyrinth (Series X)

23/06 - Disc Room (Series X)

22/06 - Yakuza 6: The Song of Life (Series X)

19/06 - Life is Strange: True Colours (Series X)

18/06 - Night Slashers (Arcade)

18/06 - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Shredder’s Revenge (Series X)

19/06 - Life is Strange: True Colours (Series X)

17/06 - Gurumin - A Monstrous Adventure (PSP)

15/06 - Metamorphic Force (Arcade)

12/06 - Mickey to Donald: Magical Adventure 3 (SFC)

11/06 - Forza Horizon 5 (Series X)

10/06 - Sin and Punishment (N64)

10/06 - Yakuza 5 (Series X)

10/06 - Rushing Beat Ran (SFC)

09/06 - Musha Aleste (MD)

10/06 - Kururin Squash! (GC)

07/06 - Bananan Ouji no Daibouken/Banana Prince (FC)

07/06 - Pu·Li·Ru·La (Arcade)

05/06 - Ihatovo Monogatari / Stories of Ihatovo (SFC)

04/06 - Totsugeki! Ponkotsu Tank / Trax (GB)

03/06 - Ecco Jr (MD)

02/06 - Kirby 64 - The Crystal Shards (N64)

02/06 - Steamworld Quest - Hand of Gilgamech (Switch)

29/05 - Ikari no Yōsai/Operation Logic Bomb (SFC)

29/05 - I Am Dead (Switch)

29/05 - Pop'n Twinbee (SFC)

18/05 - Off Peak (Mac)

18/05 - Umurangi Generation (Series X)

13/05 - Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy (Series X)

13/05 - New Super Luigi U (Switch)

11/05 - Wild Guns Reloaded (Switch)

10/05 - Fairune 2 (Switch)

09/05 - Steel Assault (Switch)

07/05 - Trek to Yomi (Series X)

05/05 - Turnip Boy Commits Tax Evasion (Series X)

05/05 - Bugsnax (Series X)

10/04 - Scarlet Nexus (Series X)

09/04 - Kururin Paradise (GBA)

08/04 - Olija (Series X)

08/04 - Metroid Dread (Switch)

07/04 - GunValkyrie (Xbox)

05/04 - Bujingai (PS2)

01/04 - Fire Emblem: Awakening (3DS)

29/03 - The Cave (360)

28/03 - A Memoir Blue (Series X)

27/03 - Blaster Master Zero II (Switch)

27/03 - Fairune Origin (Switch)

24/03 - Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney - Justice for All (Switch)

23/03 - Hyper Light Drifter (Switch)

21/03 - AI: The Somnium Files (Switch)

20/03 - Kaze no Notam/Notam of Wind (PS1)

20/03 - Flynn: Son of Crimson (Series X)

13/03 - Cyberpunk 2077 (Series X)

10/01 - Taiko no Tatsujin: The Drum Master (Series X)

31/01 - Touhou Luna Nights (Series X)

28/01 - The Forgotten City (Series X)

26/01 - Poochy &  Yoshi's Woolly World (3DS)

17/01 - iS: Internal Section (PS1)

16/01 - New Pokemon Snap (Switch)

15/01 - Shinobi III (Mega Drive)

14/01 - Bulk Slash (Saturn)

13/01 - Densetsu no Stafy (GBA)

13/01 - Wolf Fang - Kuuga 2001 (PS1)

11/01 - Clock Tower - The First Fear (PS1)

11/01 - Finger Flashing (PS1)

10/01 - Mon Amour (Switch)

10/01- Psy-O-Blade (Mega Drive)

08/01 - Romeo + Juliet (Mac)

08/01 - BLACK BIRD (Switch)

04/01 - The Pedestrian (Series X)

03/01 - Paper Mario: The Origami King (Switch)

03/01 - Sonic Generations (Series X)

01/01 - How We Know We're Alive (Mac)

 

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