Topic: Games You Recently Beat?

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The other day I finished Mother 3 again. Insert Reggie Mother 3 joke here.

There is nothing here...except for the stuff I just typed...

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I beat the Vita version of Rogue Legacy,and I'm now on New Game+4. Might go for the hidden bosses and trophies, but I haven't decided for sure.

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I finally beat OFF such a great game.Now i know why people love it.

Blame it on love

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Just finished the story to kingdoms of amalur, now gonna complete saints row iv



Professor Layton VS. Phoenix Wright. So good!

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Just beat Donkey Kong Jungle Beat for the Wii and Alien vs. Predator for the Super Nintendo. AVP for SNES is a freaking hard ass game to pass. If you don't believe me try it out for yourself.

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Finally finished Double Dragon Neon on the Xbox 360 today with my son. It was actually alot better then I thought it was going to be. The graphics are nice the music and it plays a good homage to the Double Dragon universe. If you are a fan of Double Dragon games or beat em ups in general this is a good one to add to your collection if you have an Xbox 360 or PS3 or PC.

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Just finished Kirby's Adventure Wii / Return to Dreamland. Some of those challenge stages... they were really annoying...



To the Moon. It was just as sweet and as deeply sad as everyone said it would be (and much funnier than I had expected).

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Currently Playing - Final Fantasy IX
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I just finished Year Walk.Man that game was so weird in a good way the atmosphere was so amazing.the music made the game come alive the puzzles made me wander for a long time until i finally solved them.My brain melted with that ending, so many great things i can say about this,wow should have bought this a long time ago.

Blame it on love

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Finished up InFamous (PS3) earlier today!

Overall, it was a very good game. It has it's annoyances, but the good definitely outweighs the bad.


  • The best thing about this game is that it does a really good job of making you feel superhuman. Playing around with your powers is simply fun to do, especially once you've upgraded everything to the max.
  • While there were few bosses, the ones it had were quite fun & memorable (especially Alden & Kesler).
  • I liked that they made an original city (instead of setting it in the real world), because it allowed them more creativity in designing it with gameplay in mind (making it naturally more convenient to move around).
  • While there were issues (which I will get to), the platforming sections were a nice change of pace, and in some cases pretty epic in scale (especially the prison & tower missions).
  • Your choices actually matter here, as acting selfishly or selflessly effects story progression, as well as the development of your powers.
  • Speaking of the story, I liked how the bigger moments were told through comic style panels (I thought this was a nice touch).


  • Cole sticks to everything! This system is used for the benefit of exploration, and making climbing around the city easier (especially the platforming sections), and while I'm sure there are a couple times a random ledge grab will saved your life, it's just as likely to get you killed as well (if your trying to dodge a grenade, and Cole grabs the nearest street light by accident, instead of moving out of the way). It's not too big of an issue, but it's noticeable.
  • A minor personal nitpick, but why do you electricute yourself whenever you touch water? He always has the electricity running through him, regardless of whether or not he's wet (and even when he comes into contact with electricity that's not his own, it usually heals him). Heck, even if he could be hurt by his own electricity, he's also been shown to be able to turn off the flow, so to speak, since he can touch other people without hurting them.
  • Another personal thing is, I simply didn't care for the game world, at least when it came to theme. From a design standpoint it was great, but I never once felt the urge to simply go out & explore the city.


Currently Playing: Hitman GO

Recently Beat: Castle of Illussion: Starring Mickey Mouse, Lara Croft GO, Front Mission Evolved


CanisWolfred wrote:

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

This is the best Zelda ever! I'll write more later.

I might agree to be honest. It fixes so many problems the franchise has while adding in an actually innovative game mechanic.

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Last night, my friend and I finished beating Tony Hawk's Downhill Jam for the third time, all golds. Still baller.




Geonjaha wrote:

CanisWolfred wrote:

The Legend of Zelda: A Link Between Worlds

This is the best Zelda ever! I'll write more later.

I might agree to be honest. It fixes so many problems the franchise has while adding in an actually innovative game mechanic.

Pretty much summed up what I was about to say in a nutshell.

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I finished "The Minish Cap" today and "A Link to The Past" a few days ago and with that I've finished every main series Zelda games except the for "Oracle" games, the DS games (which I couldn't stand) the original LOZ and Zelda 2

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