Completed Games of 2021
Scotty last edited by Scotty
Monument Valley 2(Android)Great
Super Meat Boy Forever(PC)Great
God of War(PS Vita)Great
I am going to use a new evaluating system from now on to finalize where a game sits in my chart. Here is what it means:
Difference between Great and Awesome is that Awesome also means Great but these games have a special place in my heart too.
bam541 last edited by bam541
I also made a version of this list on my GGapp account here.
- Bastion. Hammer and dual pistols hype.
- Deus Ex Mankind Divided. Another clank?
- Watch Dogs 2 (Replay). Dedsec have given you the truth.
- Strike Vector EX. No loyalty.
- Gorogoa. Don't shackle yourself with grandiose obsessions.
- TOHU. Not the food, the game!
- Hitman III. The past is dead.
- Kingdom Hearts HD 1.5 Final Mix. There is a light in every heart.
- AER: Memories of Old. The dreams of man are often dangerous, and must not be realized.
- 50 Cent: Blood on the Sand. They don't realize that 50 Cent's bulletproof!
- Olija. I dreamt of a red flower beneath the ocean.
DemonPirate last edited by
Snagging a spot.
DIPSET last edited by DIPSET
January - 1
- Final Fantasy VII Remake (PS4)
February - 2
- Ori and the Will of the Wisps (PC)
- Resident Evil 4 (PS4)
- Astro Bot's Playroom (PS5)
TOTAL - 4
Axel last edited by Axel
I smashed my record in 2020 with 47 games, probably won't reach that this year but let's go!
- Hyrule Warriors: Age of Calamity
- Return of the Obra Dinn
- Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive Edition
- Little Nightmares II
- Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice
- Astro's Playroom
- Xenoblade Chronicles - Future Connected
Hazz3r last edited by Hazz3r
Annual reminder that howlongtobeat.com has a great backlog management system.
My precious spot for my list.
20th January 2021 - Cyberpunk 2077
23rd January 2021 - Hitman 3
14th February 2021 - Bowser’s Fury
23rd February 2021 - Assassin's Creed: Origins
1st March 2021 - Star Wars: Jedi Fallen Order
7th March 2021 - Star Wars: The Old Republic (Sith Warrior Class Story)
ffff0 last edited by ffff0
January - 11 + 1 replay
Marvel's Avengers (PC) - As a single player experience it's a fun game with great production values. Yes, it’s short and a bit repetitive, but there's no grind.
13 Sentinels: Aegis Rim (PS5) - I can't remember so many complex names, so all characters blend together. Overall plot is fascinating, but it’s just a fraction of the puzzle. Fascinating mess.
Tetris Effect: Connected (PC VR) - Nice.
Cyberpunk 2077 (PC, replay) - Still amazing.
Haven (PC) - Very relaxing and endearing. Have some sound stuttering, but it's not a deal breaker.
Immortals Fenyx Rising (PC) - Before upgrades traversal is frustrating. After upgrades puzzles are trivial.
Hades (PC) - Great art style, but lack of checkpoints wastes too much time.
The Pedestrian (PC) - A bit short and a bit easy, but wonderful.
Paradise Killer (PC) - Feels like early prototype of a game.
Desperados III (PC) - Good.
Maneater (PS5) - Controls could be better.
Bugsnax (PS5) - Couldn’t care less.
February - 7 + 1 DLC
PHOGS! (Xbox Series X) - Not fun in a bad way.
XCOM: Chimera Squad (PC) - Decent.
Injustice 2 (Xbox Series X) - Fun story, great production values.
Gears 5 Hivebusters DLC (Xbox Series X) - Decent, but glitchy.
The Medium (PC) - I liked it. Wonder what causes periodic framerate drops to 4 fps.
Donut County (PC) - Entertaining.
Manifold Garden (PC) - Good.
What the Golf? (PC) - Insanely creative.
Overall - 18 + 1 replay + 1 DLC
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- Yakuza: Like a Dragon
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- Yakuza: Like a Dragon
- Ghost Recon Breakpoint
- Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World- The Prophecy of the Throne
- Kingdom Hearts Final Mix
- Return of the Obra Dinn
- Tales from the Borderlands
- Trials of Mana (Remake)
Brandon_Reister last edited by Brandon_Reister
- Cyberpunk 2077 - Jan 1st
- Crying Suns - Jan 18th
- Children of Morta - Feb 13th
- Project Warlock - Feb 15th
- For the King - Feb 23rd
- Valfaris - Feb 27th
- Iris and the Giant - Mar 1st
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2021 Total - 1
January - 1
16th - Call of the Sea
@ffff0 What's wrong with Bugsnax?
January - 3
- Ghost of Tsushima
- Demon's Souls
Total Games: 3
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@jdincinerator My answer will be complicated, so bear with me.
I can get different things from playing a game. If it’s good, I’m having a great time. If game has problems, I began to appreciate good games more (instead of taking them for granted). If game is so bad, that playing it is a waste of time, I can at least use that experience to adjust my time management. Bugsnax is neither of those – it’s a game I got nothing from. I have no emotions about it, I have no thoughts about it, I can’t even say that playing this game was a mistake. I simply don’t care.
If that answers you question, great. If not, then I’m sorry, I can’t elaborate, because I don’t have any “information” about this game to form more informative opinion.
Phbz last edited by Phbz
Gears of War - Judgement
Tell Me Why
SM 3D World
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Wonderful 101 Remastered
Street Fighter II
Street Fighter Alpha 2
Street Fighter Alpha 3
@ffff0 I understand, Bugsnax just didn't speak to you in any way. I was just surprised about that because generally Bugsnax is quite well enjoyed by many. I think we all have a game or a few games that we don't care the slightest about and it's completely understandable.
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@jdincinerator As someone who loved Octodad and was looking forward to Bugsnax before launch, it also super didn't leave me with positive vibes. I was happy to be done with that game and move on when it was over. The mechanics were interesting at first, but they became repetitive by the end. The story went predictably, exactly where it was hinted to go from all the trailers, so it ended up being kind of boring as result. While I appreciate what they did with the characters, it interrupted the otherwise jolly flow of the game. I get being into it if you feed on drama like Beffica, but through most of the game it just felt like watching friends fighting while being stuck in the room.
I know they teased a sequel at the end, but I kind of hope they do something else instead.
@mbun I enjoyed Bugsnax mainly for its sense of discovery-there's a Pokemon Snap appeal to it that I really liked and uncovering new Bugsnax was a pleasant experience. Yes it's repetitive and the story goes to predictable places but it's a brief pleasure that I don't think outstayed its welcome.
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