We play many games, some short, some long, but what was the last game you beat?
Did you just complete the story? Did you unlock some of the acchivements before getting bored? Or did you go the whole way and complete the game 100%?
Here you can tell others what games you completed, how much you completed the game by, fully or not and just talk about anything interesting that happened when playing the game.
Easily the most interesting gaming experience I've ever had. It was only a short game (2.5 hours) so I did it all in one sitting.
A 2 and a half hour game? That's ridiculously short. You would have pressed "New Game" and then it would be done. :S
Last game I finished was Gears of War 3, a couple of months ago. I have a habit of wanting new games before I finish a previous one so I have about 20 that need finishing, including Mass Effect 3 which just consumes too much time ughhh.
A 2 and a half hour game? That's ridiculously short. .
Yeah it is but it's enough time to achieve what it set out to. I've seen people use the term "interactive art" to describe it, sounds grand I know but I'd probably agree with them. Visuals, music and concept make easily make it something I'd recommend.
I guess that technically it would be Sonic 2, since I played through the whole thing and beat it about a week ago (although, it only takes me an hour and I've done it dozens of times in the past).
The most recent game that I beat for the first time, though, was Pokemon White. I guess there is always something more to do in the Pokemon games, but after completing the entire storyline, I'd say I've beaten it.
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Last games I finished recently were Tales Of Vesperia, Dragon Age 2, and Dragon Age Origins in that order. Thought it would take forever to get to Duke on Vesperia but alas I found him after a 3 hour manhunt through Tarqaron and a 2 to 4 hour fight with his second form which was considerably tough to say the least. Dragon Age 2 felt like The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air in midieval times tbh but I had fun sticking it to the templars and their nutjob leader Meredith at the end. With Origins it was mostly straight forward Darkspawn squashing until I got to Urthemiel and his ocean of followers, everyone on my team but my character Magus ended up dying to the Darkspawn horde that protected the Archdemon by the 2nd hour or so, thankfully by the time the Archdemon was almost dead I had a tiny enough sliver of health left to use a Fireball spell with my Blood Magic active leaving me with barely any health left at all but the blast ended up killing the demonic dragon and saving Ferelden from the Blight before it even truly began lol.
Didn't "complete" it (that word is reserved for 100% runs) but I did play through all of Ib last night. It's a neat (free!) little RPG Maker game that's great for this time of year. I saw a friend do a bit of an LP of it and I had to stop watching after the first episode because I already knew I had to play it and didn't want to be spoilt. Took a few weeks before I had time to sit down and play any games but I did last night.
It's a bit of an atmospheric, creepy adventure game. It's not long at all so it doesn't take a huge commitment but it's charming and there are a lot of different endings. I was pretty creeped out at first because I'm a wuss but it got really enjoyable by the end as I got less tense. I definitely recommend it to anyone who's looking for something short to set the mood for Hallowe'en!
Great games, though the latter REALLY screwed up the story at the end. Shame, because it started out pretty good. The former is probably the best JRPG I ever played. Actually, probably one of the best games I ever played.
If we're talking beat as in 100% then I have to say New Super Mario Bros. Wii. I beat all the levels, found all secret exits, collected all the star coins, activated all the cannons, and completely obliterated World 9. The only way you can have 5 stars on your game file is having completed what I just said.
The Last Story (Wii) about a month ago. It was too short for an RPG, around 20 hours, but I found it pretty decent. Combat was fun for being action oriented, and they added some nice stealth elements too. Characters and story on the other hand were pretty flat. OST was on the good side though.
Batman Begins on PS2 which was around 3 months ago I think. I felt like playing it after watching Dark Knight Rises. If you count Pokèmon then it's Pokemon Black 2 in which I beat the E4 5 days after it was released.
Shiny Pokemon I caught :(Platinum) (Shining Charm) (SC)