Completed Games of 2018



  • January
    -Xenoblade Chronicles 2



  • January

    Wolfenstein The New Colossus
    Uncharted 4
    Halo 3 ODST
    Rise of the Tomb Raider
    Life is Strange. Before the Storm

    February

    Ys Origin
    Evil Within 2

    March

    Dead Space

    April

    Resident Evil 2

    May

    God of War 2018
    God of War 3
    Ni No Kuni 2
    Dying light

    June

    Tales of Vesperia



  • Just finished XC2



  • Played a lot of games without an "ending" in January.

    • 2.2.2018: Assassin's creed: Origins, The hidden ones DLC: Slow start, but it gets really good. Really well designed forts to infiltrate and the world is still superb. Highly recommended.
    • 4.2.2018: Forza horizon 3: Another game without an ending, but I've played it enough and I might jump back every now and again. It has been a long time since I've played a racing game and I havent enjoyed any as much as I did FH3. It nails the feel of the cars, every one feels authentic and Australia is beautiful.

    After finishing Origins and Forza I've put gaming on a side and focused on the two D&D campaigns I'm running and the Olympics . Still, l managed to find some time for games though:

    • 2.3.2018: Kingdom Come: Deliverance: Charming, and I love what it's there, but it's also impossible to ignore what it isn't. It feels unfinished, both with its ending that really feels like a middle of the game and the amount of bugs at launch. I really hope that devs continue to update it because what I played of it was amazing and I want more.
    • 4.3.2018: Battlefield 1: Apocalypse: The last DLC for the beloved Battlefield 1. Again, not really something that can be "finished", but I played a lot of the new maps and I'm still loving it. I'm personally biased though, because one of the maps is basically located an hour away from my home. Also, it's called Kobarid, not Caporetto. KOBARID! You hear that world?! Why you call it in italian I will never understand, but you have struck a very sensitive topic.


  • Alrighty, we made it through a month! Since editing a post doesn't cause the thread to show new activity, I decided I would post a monthly update to show everyone's progress. This isn't a competition at all, so don't feel bad if you're only at one game completed. One thing I'd like to stress again is how much easier it is if you just edit your original post that includes your list, instead of posting multiple lists throughout the thread. If you haven't already submitted a list already but want to join in on the fun, please feel free!

    SabotageTheTruth - 5
    Faaip - 5
    Axel - 3
    FF7Cloud - 1
    ib0show - 4
    Billy - 1
    michemagius - 6
    Sentinel Beach - 2
    FutureCorpse - 5
    Hazz3r - 4
    bam541 - 4
    DIPSET - 1
    Sheria - 9
    Ringedwithtile - 5
    Fridge-man - 5
    Hidz - 4
    ffff0 - 4
    Felmek - 8
    SunPraiser - 8
    CJTreader - 1
    Nimbat1003 - 1
    breadsaucebandit - 3
    Musou Tensei - 1
    Lotias - 1
    TokyoSlim - 1
    Capnbobamous - 4
    Whiskeyjack - 1
    Nillend - 1



  • Oh! I missed this somehow but this is a really cool idea. Guess I'll jump in now!

    January
    Danganronpa V3
    Doki Doki Literature Club
    The First Tree

    February
    Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
    Dream Daddy

    March
    Aegis Defenders
    VA-11 Hall-A: Cyberpunk Bartender Action

    April
    A Bird Story
    Never Alone
    The Banner Saga

    May
    Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Remix



  • Actually, I've finished 2 more games in January, but I'll reveal their names only after February's Community Showcase.



  • With a total of 103 games completed by 29 collective users, the average amount of games completed per person is 3.551724138, or 4 if you prefer to round it up. Whatever floats your goat.


  • Global Moderator

    January:

    • Nier: Automata (Round 1 and 2)

    February:
    *Nier Automata (Round 3 etc)



  • im makeing more of a point this year to finish more game which will in turn cause me to buy fewer i hope lol



  • completed Xenoblade Chronicles 2 last night.

    now i don't know what to do with my life until the story DLC comes out in September.



  • I have the actual list written down but can't see it right now, but I believe this is correct

    Ys 8 Lacrimosa of Dana
    Radiant Historia Perfect Chronology
    Horizon Zero Dawn
    Shovel Knight
    Super Mario Odyssey
    Oxenfree
    Yakuza 0
    Wolfenstein The New Colossus
    Gravity Rush
    Doki Doki Literature Club
    What Remains of Edith Finch
    Danganronpa V3
    Mario+Rabbids Kingdom Battle

    Odyssey and Wolfenstein were both two big disappointments for me and Doki Doki was pretty underwhelming as well. The high point is still Ys 8, but aside from Odyssey I've found all the other games very enjoyable I think.



  • @Yoshi Wait till mid february and play NG+ to get the new rare blades.



  • @Musou-Tensei fuck rare blades man.

    that's one thing they definitely need to fix. they need to balance the odds of getting rare blade from core crystals much better than what they have. from what i've been hearing most people have been getting just about all their rare blades from common core crystals and barely ever get any rare blades from rare crystals or legendary crystals if at all.



  • @Yoshi I don't think it will be random rare blades you have to use the Gacha system for but

    the blades of the Torna, I always wondered what happened to their crystals and why Rex never picked them up. The devs were speaking about "those certain blades" when they annouced NG+.

    I din't disagree though, at least for NG+, in case they don't let you keep your blades, they really should make it easier to aquire them, at least those you got in the 1st playthrough (in my case, all). Like they could turn them all into unique crystals (like Herald) but each one has a different long time span that it takes to re-activate.



  • Sorry to intervene, but could we try and keep this to the lists, and about the lists. I just see it getting quite long otherwise, and its going to be a lot of going back and editing over the year.



  • Shorter games, and adventure games are the way to go. Having a blast going through these in February.



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  • The idea was to keep the completed games in one post per each person. Basically the thread should ideally speaking remain pretty much silent and only lift its head when a completely new person writes their only post in it for the first and last time.



  • February:

    -Nintendo Land (100%) (5th Time)
    -Mother 3 (Almost 100%) (Might try and 100%)
    -Persona 2 : Eternal Punishment (Been stuck on the final boss for like 2 years, finally beat it.)
    -Picross 3D (I’ve literally been playing for almost a decade, this is my greatest achievement.)
    -Animal Crossing: Wild World (I guess you can’t technically beat it, but I’ve unlocked and expanded everything I can.)
    -Stardew Valley (Also unsure if you can beat this game, I’m in Winter of year 2, but I’ve done everything I set out to do and I’m good stopping where I am.)
    -Stretch Panic (Did a quasi-speed run and beat it in 42 mins. That’s my personal best.)
    -Pokémon Mystery Dungeon: Blue Rescue Team (I’ve had this game since I was 7 and I never finished it because a classmate told me the ending was sad. Finally went in and did the deed. And it was exceptionally sad. Probably just for the nostalgia.)
    -Carnival Mini Golf (I can’t beat it blindfolded anymore, but the muscle memory is still there. That game is second nature to me at this point.)
    -Alice in Wonderland (DS) (I just had to beat this game because it stumped me for years as a kid.)
    -Super Paper Mario (My favorite Paper Mario game, never beat it so that I would always have something left. Was having a bad day and decided it was time to close the book on this game. It felt good, but I can't wait to play it again.)
    -Cooking Mama (Ahh, good times. I really want to buy the newer versions now.)
    -Ace Attorney: Dual Destinies (I've started this game like 20 times, had to go through and beat it.)

    February has been my month of completing really really old games, from my childhood. It’s been oddly bittersweet. Almost every game I finished in one sitting, because I have a tendency to almost beat a game and stop at the final level/boss. Also things I thought were really hard as a 8 year old aren't very hard for me at age 20. I’ve got my eyes on New Super Mario Bros, it will be my first time beating a 2D Mario Game.