Tackle the Backlog -12 in 12 for 2021
Axel that Divinity:OS2 standing out a bit there mate.
Haha yeah it's gonna be hard to squeeze it in at this point, HowLongToBeat puts it around 90 hours, that's not gonna happen. Next year!
I just started the Road to Gehenna expansion to Talos Principle so should be able to beat that, but by end of July onwards there will be too many exciting new games coming out for me to play old ones.
From your list I strongly recommend Ori it's amazing and not too long, than maybe Bayonetta. The rest are meaty!
Maybe prioritize finishing Mass Effect 3 since you're on a roll after the first two.
NeoCweeny last edited by
I forgat about this.
I did finish Systel Shock 2 and Shining Force CD since my last post. System Shock was fantastic. Shining Force Cd a bit disappointing but still enjoyable.
Still left from 2019:
Dragon Quest VII
Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne
Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain
Luigi's Mansion 2
Castlevania: Aria of Sorrow
Still left from 2020:
Devil May Cry 4
12 new ones:
Yakuza Kiwami 2
The Elder Scrolls III Morrowind
Final Fantasy Tactics
Persona 5 Royal
Gears of War 4
Horizon Zero Dawn
> Shining Force CD
Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee
The Legend of Zelda: Minish Cap
> System Shock 2
TimeSplitters: Future Perfect
bam541 last edited by bam541
My list of backlog has changed significantly so I'm just gonna make a new one... Like before I'm only listing stuff on my PS4 since I consider it to be my primary console rn, my Switch is like a "refresher" to me.
Persona 5 Strikers
Dragon's Dogma Dark Arisen
Mafia II Definitive Edition
Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order
The Unfinished Swan
Sayonara Wild Hearts
Kingdom Hearts II (part of I.5 + II.5 ReMIX)
FF VIII Remastered
Valkyria Chronicles 4
Ni No Kuni Wrath of the White Witch
The Sexy Brutale
Dirt Rally 2.0
I only finished 4 games from my previous list so I still have 8 games to go. It's more likely that i'll add more games instead of finishing one tbh, lol.
Phbz last edited by
@bam541 omg that list is scary!
bam541 last edited by bam541
@phbz lol ikr, I actually feel intimidated every time I pass through the backlog folder on my PS4. I feel like I should play the shorter games first just to make this list less dense. I already progressed quite a bit in some of them, which also helps.
Update: I'm now at 11/12, managed to finish the mammoth Divinity: Original Sin 2, that is a long-ass game!
Only The Wonderful 101 left, and as always, I doubt I'll get to it with all the good stuff coming out in the next 3 months.
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@axel Funny how back in June you said you weren't going to be able to beat DOS2.
@el-shmiablo Yeah I was waiting for sales on other games that never came, so I actually didn't have much else to play, especially on my Switch (yes I played it on Switch, I'm a psychopath). So I made a lot of progress on my work commute.
Nimbat1003 last edited by Nimbat1003
nice work on DOS2 how did u like it, (i played 140hours of it in 2 weeks at launch by doing a co-op and solo playthrough at the same time. )
while i have since knocked off bayonetta see review above. havent played too many other backlog games... though i did heavily mod and beat fallout 3 which has always been one of my favourite games
ive played 15hours of pathfinder:WOTR but i have also been following a playthrough that is currently at 175 hours, so i'm shelving it till i break my leg or something.
not on my list but i plan to play RE4 for the first time for halloween and maybe throw in hotline miami /bloodborne speedrun (hurry up and give me 60fps sony)on the 31st
aside from that i'm slowly chipping my ways through dark souls 3, since ive never played the dlc and want to before elden ring.
@nimbat1003 It was fun, I really enjoyed how the different party members stories are handled throughout, including those you don't pick, it felt pretty rewarding!
The main plot gets a bit convoluted and the lore contains soooo many terms that sometimes blend together, but there's enough exposition and repetition through the many quests, dialogs and books that you end up internalizing it all eventually.
Had to shamelessly turn the difficulty down to Easy after a few hours though because I couldn't be bothered with the combat system. I like the strategic freedom but it's also pretty finicky when it comes to aiming spells and the like, and I would have lost my patience if I lost a 30-minute battle because of that. And honestly, even on Easy it still felt decently challenging, I was far from steamrolling the game, just a lot more enjoyable.
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oh yeah even just normal is pretty hard had some parts that really took a bit of "tactics" you also cannot farm too much like other rpgs, though i did really enjoy the combat as well, i want to try a hard replay at some point,
and yeah the companions storys are the great, a unique thing i love about this game is that u can can choose a companion as your main character and play through there personal questline as well (i played sebille) it's cool seeing how differently u can take there storys vs how they do them.
i get that main plot complaint at launch especially the final chapter was very buggy so i kind of just rushed to the end as fast as i could, so alot of that is kind of a blur for me now.
@bard91 Shall we start a new thread for this year?