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    Dec 11th, 2018 at 16:31:55     -    Thomas Was Alone (PC)

    Short game, clocked just about 3 hours. It had potential to be longer and more complex. As is, I enjoyed this oddly calming puzzle platformer, never felt too challenged, and at the same time as some tricks were getting old and tedious to perform (stacking characters to reach higher), new ideas were being introduced that felt only partially explored (e.g., the color fields). It has a clever little story about Thomas and other AIs in a mainframe liberating the AIs. It's well voiced, and I was surprised how much personality could be given to featureless colored cubes. One was curmudgeonly, one was a liar, another wanted to be a superhero, two were falling in love, and Thomas was proud of his jumping abilities. The chuckle-worthy script and cheeky British narrator reminded me of Portal 2 and The Stanley Parable.

    As for the gameplay, you guide colored blocks to where they need to go. The blocks have different abilities. Thomas is a good jumper, and you later meet a yellow block that is even taller and a better jumper. The purple block can double-jump. The red-orange one can bounce other blocks. The blue one can float in water. The little orange block just seems like a liability, and it's no wonder he's curmudgeonly. Later on, there are "color fields" that change the color of the gray blocks that pass through them. All these different abilities and block sizes are manipulated to get each block to a specific spot on each level, which clears the level. There are some obstacles like spikes and moving platforms, but like I said before, it is really relaxing for a puzzle platformer.

    I enjoyed the music, which sounded like distorted instrumental post-rock like Explosions in the Sky with some chiptunes bleeps and bloops thrown in. But it did loop over and over and over. Variety would have been cool. The game also reminded me a lot of Ibb and Obb, particularly the latter bits with the red and green blocks with opposite gravity working together. One criticism is the character selection interface. You use the number keys to select characters, which are represented as colored squares in a row on the bottom-right of the screen. There should have been small "1", "2", etc. on the character icons because when you have 8 blocks on a level (and in the later levels most of them are gray, which just leads to a long gray bar instead of individually identifiable block icons), it's really hard to glance down and know which number will select the block you want. The levels are short and the blocks change order from level to level, so it's not like you can memorize "yellow is always 5" or anything like that. Yellow will be 5 on on level, 1 on the next level, 3 on the next level, etc. There was a lot of unnecessary number pressing trying to cycle and select the block I wanted to control.

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    Dec 6th, 2018 at 21:52:45     -    The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess (Wii)

    Finished! Sort of...I got frustrated and watched cut scenes for the last few dungeons. But finished! Okay so, overall, this was a game that felt like work to play. I occasionally lost myself in a couple of the great dungeons, but more of my time felt spent in tedium. A couple immediate factors leading to this feeling:

    1. Poor instruction and instructional timing for some new items. I remember when I unlocked the water bombs. I saw a lake, dove down, was excited to see destructible rocks, went to select the bombs and...they were grayed out. Why? Hmm. Maybe you don't actually place the bombs while in the water, but drop them from shore and the special thing about these bombs is that they explode in water. I could drop them from the shore, but they blew up long before reaching the rock. Hmm. I later saw on a walkthrough that you have to put the iron boots on first to use water bombs. That doesn't make sense to me. Why can't Link use bombs while swimming, or while standing on the bottom of a lake in normal shoes?

    Another one that happened tonight was using the dominion rod to make the statue use its sword in the Temple of Time. The game doesn't tell you you can do this, and soon after gaining control of the statue, it got seemingly stuck between a gate and a ledge. I couldn't move it. I did everything I could think of and, not wanting to save and exit (more on that soon), I consulted the walkthrough, which said you have to use the rod on the statue a second time to make it attack. Why would I think to use the rod on the statue a second time?! I already control the statue. The game doesn't tell you these hot tips that are necessary to your progression and saw me wasting a lot of time trying to figure out something that I should have been told.

    Yet another one tonight is when I learned (again from a walkthrough) that you can use the claw to pick up shells of a particular enemy type. I missed doing it in a room to get the Big Key for the Temple of Time and, long story short (explained below) quit in frustration. There is no reason for me to assume the claw would bring that object to me when it has never brought an object to me in 20 hours of play with the claw. The claw grapples to environmental objects like grates and moss for platforming purposes. I've tried to grapple other things that would seem to make sense and it never does it. I missed that key, escorted the statue all the way down 8 floors of a dungeon, opened the path to the dungeon boss, and came up against...a locked door that required a Big Key. I turned the game off, made food, and turned it back on after I ate.

    2. But what happens in Twilight Princess when you're in the Temple of Time dungeon and you save and quit after you've escorted the statue? Why, aside from the statue and the gates you happened to smash with it, the dungeon resets itself! All the enemies respawn, the traps reset, you have to re-do puzzles. At a game I was already lukewarm toward, I faced the prospect of having to trek back up 8 floors of a dungeon (and then back down) to get a key from a chest that I couldn't figure out how to open earlier. And that solution happens to be yet another item usage and/or bad (timing of) information that is inconsistent with its usage in the entire game up to that point.

    I'm done ranting. There is a lot I enjoyed about the game aside from what I talked about last time. Some of the later dungeons were excellent, with my favorite being the desert one. The puzzles got more challenging, and the more items you acquire, the more creative you can be with thinking about solutions. In the last dungeon, I used like 6 items. Shoutout to the spinner, a rotating disc you ride around like Marty McFly on a hoverboard. The spinner is one reason the desert dungeon stood out; it's a joy to use.

    One final thing I gathered from playing Twilight Princess is how influential Zelda games are in other adventure games. For example, a couple years ago I played Darksiders, which I really enjoyed (till it bugged out on me and I couldn't finish). But, wow, Darksiders is a Zelda clone!

    I'm glad I played this, though I could have stopped 10 hours earlier. Watching cut scenes didn't add a whole lot until the very end when All Is Revealed. The story is s-l-o-w and the dialogue is written at like a first grade level, not that exciting at all. Come for the neat use of the Wiimote and the charming world.

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    Nov 30th, 2018 at 09:40:03     -    The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess (Wii)

    So I bought a Wii U! Now I can play the backlog of Wii and Wii U games I've accumulated over the years. Twilight Princess is first. I did my Zelda research and this one is placed above Skyward Sword (the next in the series) on almost every list. Then Breath of the Wild is apparently one of the best games ever made, and so I figured I would do Twilight Princess (it's appropriate to celebrate my Wii U acquisition with a Wii launch title) as representative of that generation of Zelda games, and then play Breath of the Wild later on. Also, dare I admit that besides the original Legend of Zelda on Nintendo, I've never played a Zelda game except for a few hours of Wind Waker, which I didn't like.

    Since Twilight Princess is essentially my first Zelda game in 25 years, it took me some time to get used to the flow of the game, and many things that regular Zelda players probably take for granted, I had to learn to make sense of. For example, the game alternates between sort of like "overworld" and dungeon parts, and there seem to be series staples such as the compass, the heart fragments, that iconic chime sound when you discover a secret, and so on. Also somewhere in every overworld/dungeon sequence, Link gets a new toy, whether it's bombs he can use under water, heavy boots, or a grappling hook. You'll use that new item heavily in the associated dungeon, the design of which revolves around the use of the new item, and then use it some later and largely for secrets or revisiting old areas to find new paths.

    So yes, it took me some time to get used to the flow of the game. Another thing that has taken considerable effort is the controls. Maybe it's because I haven't played a Wii in a long time, and maybe it's because there are so many different actions you can perform and so many different buttons, but I've got busy hands and arms playing Twilight Princess. It is extremely cool to use your sword by making a slashing motion with the Wii controller, to use your shield bash by thrusting the nunchuck forward, and to do a special attack by waving the nunchunk wildly about. You can do all this while holding Z to lock on to enemies, or you can hold Z and press B to use whatever other equipped weapon you have (bow, grappling hook, slingshot, bow with bombs, etc.). It only gets old when the Z targeting doesn't work quite right or when the camera decides to be wonky, which happens a lot. It's also sometimes difficult to play with a cat on your lap who is easily startled by sudden movements. But, the more I play, the more I reinforce that 1 is map, 2 is equipment menu, - is the inventory wheel, + is...I don't remember what + is. That A sometimes cancels and sometimes selects, and sometimes attacks, that B sometimes cancels and sometimes attacks. But when all else fails, just flail wildly.

    The game's tone is kid-friendly dark. But just when I'm getting turned off by the cutesy sweetness of the game, I'll face a new disgusting looking boss or (what I'm currently doing) witnessing the current main bad guy who looks like a Lovecraftian horror nearly kill Midna, and now I, turned into a wolf, am trying to sneak into Hyrule Castle to get Zelda to help me and Midna. But the whole time, Midna is on my back, half sliding off, gasping for breath like she's dying. Kid-friendly dark, but damn, there is great character art and the weight of Midna dying on your back is heavy.

    I like these faster, more tense moments of the game better than exploring the dungeons. The dungeons are full of respawning enemies, which can largely be ignored, and all manner of little platforming and other puzzles. I generally dislike the platforming, thanks to the aforementioned wonky camera and lack of precision movement. Last play session, I kept dying in an area because Link kept slipping off a rock, or while attacking a bird, Link would thrust forward and fall off, or Link's grappling hook would attach to vines but the game wouldn't transition from grapple to climbing and so I'd have to let go and start over. The puzzles rarely make you feel all that clever for having solved, but I hope that with more items in my inventory, I can be more creative in approaching puzzles. However, this game is from 2006, so I sort of doubt it. I will say that the grappling hook has been my favorite new tool because you can use it on different kinds of objects and it improves your mobility. One cool moment from my last play session was seeing grappling hook sites high above the center of the water temple, grappling up there and finding a treasure chest on a chandelier, surveying the area and seeing a grappling hook site where a lever should have been, and then getting myself over there, activating the switch, and moving the staircase to its proper position to allow the water to flow to the center of the temple, raising the water level, and allowing me access to the door to the dungeon's boss. That was the most satisfying part of the water temple. But, can we please do away with water levels? Unless you have made Abzu or Subnautica, just don't do it.

    More later! Based on time to beat, I should be a little over halfway through, but have uncovered most of the map. So hopefully there are some story twists and the game picks up pace.

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    Nov 18th, 2018 at 17:43:11     -    Invisible, Inc. (PC)

    What a short and sweet stealth tactics game. It reminded me of a mix between XCOM and Shadowrun games, with a little bit of System Shock thrown in at the end. You are an operator leading a squad of agents to ultimately infiltrate an evil corporation and upload your organization's super AI onto their mainframe to shut them down. You've got 72 game hours to do it, and each randomized mission you choose takes, as far as I saw, between 5 and 12 hours. After each 24-hour day, the story advances and the sites you infiltrate become more difficult as the corporation gets onto you. Missions come in a handful of varieties, including ones to acquire information that gives you more mission choices, free hostages (some of whom can join your permanent roster as playable agents), steal vault keys, use vault keys to get tons of cash, and access rare items through theft or purchase. I'm not sure if I got lucky on my second run or what, but I was able to recruit two new agents very quickly, thus giving me three (of four possible) for almost the entire game. I never saw another hostage rescue mission.

    The gameplay is familiar stealth tactics fare with fun twists. Use AP to move and perform basic actions. What sets it apart is how perfectly balanced and precise everything is. If I screwed up, it was 100% my own fault. The game gives you a lot of information. For example, open a door and you get a little vision cone that your character can see. Peek around the corner and they can see most everything in the room. If you see an enemy, you can spend 1 AP to observe his movements and know what path he is taking. You can also see his vision cone, including the squares he sees and those that he is "watching," i.e., his peripheral vision (which oddly doesn't apply to squares right next to him). You can also see when enemies are alerted and what position they are alerted to. This gives you time to plan an ambush or get out of the way or distract them. Laser grids can be hacked, allowing you to cut off certain areas of the level, or, if you're clever, frying an enemy who moves near it! Surveillance drones, machine gun turrets, and various other useful things can be hacked and used to your advantage too.

    In return for such access to information, you have a lean number of AP and potential moves on any given turn. Thus, you always have to do a lot with a little, which makes every decision feel weighty. On Easy, you get 5 Rewinds per level, so you can screw up some without wiping your agents. In addition to your agents, you have your AI, Incognita, who can spend a resource called Power to hack enemy electronics, create noise distractions, and other things. Incognita hacking disables cameras, captures turrets, unlocks corporate safes, and later even decreases enemy armor. You want to manage Power very carefully because it isn't an infinite resource, although there are panels scattered throughout the levels where you can siphon more, and I luckily found a mod for Incognita early on that passively gave me 1 Power per turn. You also need to watch out for daemons, which debuff Incognita and/or your agents for a few turns (-2 AP for all agents, +1 Power cost to hack things, spawn one more enemy, etc.).

    You can install various implants in your agents and equip items. Some of the implants are freaking awesome, such as Internationale's ability to remotely siphon power from terminals. Couple that with dumping points into the Hacking stat and she wound up sucking +5 Power from every terminal from a room away, which was HUGE. Upgrading passive stats is a big deal, and costs money, which you steal from safes and from guards. It was a tough decision whether to upgrade my agents or to spend the money on new items. I went with upgrading my agents most of the time, and by the end of the game, they had maxed out speed (more movement, always useful in these games). Hacking was Internationale's specialty as mentioned earlier. I gave Decker (nice reference) a lot of strength (carry more items, drag guards farther), and Prism I gave Anarchy (steal more and better from guards), though that didn't turn out so useful, and I wound up making her well rounded.

    I played the game on Easy, which was recommended. It was challenging and taught me the game, but was never too hard, especially once I learned everything. It was constantly nerve-wracking though. As soon as I beat it, I gained experience, unlocked two new agents and two new mods for Incognita, and it said that the real challenge is on Experienced difficulty. Well! Tempting. I am sure the game becomes brutal. But I've still got Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun to try, so the next stealth game will be another new stealth game.

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    244Max Payne (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    245Max Payne 2 (PC)Finished playing
    246Max Payne 3 (360)Finished playing
    247Medal of Honor (2010) (PC)Finished playing
    248Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (360)Finished playing
    249Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (PS3)Finished playing
    250Metro 2033 (PC)Finished playing
    251Metro: Last Light (PC)Finished playing
    252Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes (PC)Finished playing
    253Minecraft (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    254Mirror's Edge (PC)Finished playing
    255Mirror's Edge Catalyst (PC)Finished playing
    256Monaco: What's Yours is Mine (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    257Monkey Island 2: Special Edition (PC)Finished playing
    258Mount & Blade (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    259Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit (360)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    260Never Alone (PC)Finished playing
    261Neverwinter Nights 2 (PC)Finished playing
    262Neverwinter Nights 2: Mask of the Betrayer (PC)Finished playing
    263Neverwinter Nights 2: Storm of Zehir (PC)Finished playing
    264Nexuiz (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    265NightSky (PC)Finished playing
    266Octodad (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    267Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    268Odin Sphere (PS2)Stopped playing - Technical problems
    269Okami (PS2)Finished playing
    270Orcs Must Die! (PC)Finished playing
    271Orwell (PC)Finished playing
    272Osmos (PC)Finished playing
    273Outland (PC)Finished playing
    274Outlast (PC)Finished playing
    275Overlord (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    276Overwatch (PC)Played occasionally
    277Oxenfree (PC)Finished playing
    278Paper Sorcerer (PC)Finished playing
    279Papers, Please (PC)Finished playing
    280Papo & Yo (PC)Finished playing
    281Path of Exile (PC)Finished playing
    282Payday 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    283Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie (360)Finished playing
    284PixelJunk Eden (PC)Finished playing
    285PixelJunk Shooter (PC)Finished playing
    286Planescape: Torment (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    287Planetside 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    288Plants vs. Zombies (PC)Finished playing
    289Plants War (Other)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    290Pony Island (PC)Finished playing
    291Portal (PC)Finished playing
    292Portal 2 (PC)Finished playing
    293Prey (PC)Finished playing
    294Prison Architect (PC)Finished playing
    295Proteus (PC)Finished playing
    296QuizCross (Other)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    297Race the Sun (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    298Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time (PS3)Stopped playing - Technical problems
    299Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction (PS3)Finished playing
    300Really Big Sky (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    301Red Dead Redemption (360)Finished playing
    302Red Faction: Guerrilla (PC)Finished playing
    303Red Steel 2 (Wii)Finished playing
    304Resident Evil 5 (PC)Finished playing
    305Resistance 2 (PS3)Finished playing
    306Resistance 3 (PS3)Finished playing
    307Resistance: Fall of Man (PS3)Finished playing
    308Return to Castle Wolfenstein (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    309Rift (PC)Finished playing
    310Rocket League (PC)Finished playing
    311Rogue Galaxy (PS2)Finished playing
    312Ruzzle (Other)Finished playing
    313S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    314S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl (PC)Finished playing
    315Saint's Row: The Third (PC)Finished playing
    316Saints Row IV (PC)Finished playing
    317Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love (PS2)Finished playing
    318Sanctum (PC)Finished playing
    319Sanctum 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    320Sang-Froid: Tales of Werewolves (PC)Finished playing
    321Sanitarium (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    322Shadow Complex (PC)Finished playing
    323Shadowrun: Dragonfall (PC)Finished playing
    324Shatter (PC)Finished playing
    325Shattered Horizon (PC)Finished playing
    326Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner 2: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. King Abaddon (PS2)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    327Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga 2 (PS2)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    328Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne (PS2)Finished playing
    329Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 (PS2)Finished playing
    330Shining Force EXA (PS2)Finished playing
    331Silent Hill (PS)Finished playing
    332Slender (PC)Finished playing
    333SMITE (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    334Solar 2 (PC)Finished playing
    335SOMA (PC)Finished playing
    336Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (PC)Finished playing
    337Sonic Adventure DX (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    338Sonic the Hedgehog (PC)Finished playing
    339South Park: The Stick of Truth (PS3)Finished playing
    340Space Channel 5: Part 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Technical problems
    341Space Rangers 2: Rise of the Dominators (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    342Spacechem (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    343Spec Ops: The Line (PC)Finished playing
    344Spelunky (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    345Splice (PC)Finished playing
    346Spore (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    347Stacking (PC)Finished playing
    348Star Wars: The Old Republic (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    349Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty (PC)Finished playing
    350Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    351Suikoden Tactics (PS2)Finished playing
    352Suikoden V (PS2)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    353Sunless Sea (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    354Super Columbine Massacre RPG (PC)Finished playing
    355Super Hexagon (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    356Super Mario Galaxy (Wii)Finished playing
    357Super Meat Boy (PC)Finished playing
    358Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    359Supreme Commander 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    360Swords & Soldiers (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    361Syberia (PC)Finished playing
    362Syberia II (PC)Finished playing
    363System Shock 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    364Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack (PC)Finished playing
    365Tales of Vesperia (360)Finished playing
    366Team Fortress 2 (PC)Finished playing
    367Terraria (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    368That Dragon, Cancer (PC)Finished playing
    369The 7th Guest (PC)Finished playing
    370The Ball (PC)Finished playing
    371The Banner Saga (PC)Finished playing
    372The Blue Flamingo (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    373The Book of Unwritten Tales (PC)Finished playing
    374The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    375The Bridge (PC)Finished playing
    376The Cat and the Coup (PC)Finished playing
    377The Cat Lady (PC)Finished playing
    378The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena (PC)Finished playing
    379The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay (PC)Finished playing
    380The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    381The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (PC)Finished playing
    382The Evil Within (PS3)Finished playing
    383The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess (Wii)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    384The Longest Journey (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    385The Novelist (PC)Finished playing
    386The Polynomial (PC)Finished playing
    387The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition (PC)Finished playing
    388The Sims 3 (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    389The Stanley Parable (PC)Finished playing
    390The Swapper (PC)Finished playing
    391The Typing of the Dead: Overkill (PC)Finished playing
    392The Vanishing of Ethan Carter (PC)Finished playing
    393The Walking Dead: Season One (PC)Finished playing
    394The Walking Dead: Season Two (PC)Finished playing
    395The Witcher (PC)Finished playing
    396The Witcher 2 (PC)Finished playing
    397The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (PC)Finished playing
    398The Wolf Among Us (PC)Finished playing
    399Thief: Deadly Shadows (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    400Thirty Flights of Loving (PC)Finished playing
    401This war of mine (PC)Finished playing
    402Thomas Was Alone (PC)Finished playing
    403Titanfall 2 (PC)Finished playing
    404To the Moon (PC)Finished playing
    405Toki Tori (PC)Finished playing
    406Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2 (360)Finished playing
    407Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas (360)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    408Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist (360)Finished playing
    409Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction (360)Finished playing
    410Tomb Raider (2013) (PS3)Finished playing
    411Torchlight II (PC)Finished playing
    412Total War: Shogun 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    413Tower Defense: Lost Earth (Other)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    414Transistor (PC)Finished playing
    415Trials Evolution: Gold Edition (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    416Tribes: Ascend (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    417Trine 2 (PC)Finished playing
    418Ultima VII: The Black Gate (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    419Unblock Me (Other)Finished playing
    420Uncharted 2: Among Thieves (PS3)Finished playing
    421Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception (PS3)Finished playing
    422Uncharted: Drake's Fortune (PS3)Finished playing
    423Universe Sandbox (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    424Unravel (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    425Valiant Hearts: The Great War (PC)Finished playing
    426Valkyria Chronicles (PS3)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    427Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria (PS2)Finished playing
    428Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines (PC)Stopped playing - Technical problems
    429Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    430Vanquish (360)Finished playing
    431Vessel (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    432Viewtiful Joe 2 (PS2)Finished playing
    433VVVVVV (PC)Finished playing
    434Waking Mars (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    435Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II (PC)Finished playing
    436Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - Chaos Rising (PC)Finished playing
    437Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - Retribution (PC)Finished playing
    438Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine (PC)Finished playing
    439Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning (PC)Finished playing
    440We Love Katamari (PS2)Finished playing
    441Who's Your Daddy (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    442Words With Friends (PC)Finished playing
    443World of Goo (PC)Finished playing
    444World of Warcraft: Cataclysm (PC)Finished playing
    445World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria (PC)Finished playing
    446World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (PC)Finished playing
    447Worms Crazy Golf (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    448XCOM: Enemy Unknown (PC)Finished playing
    449Xenosaga (PS2)Finished playing
    450Xenosaga Episode II (PS2)Finished playing
    451Xenosaga Episode III: Also sprach Zarathustra (PS2)Finished playing
    452Year Walk (PC)Finished playing
    453Zen Bound 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    454Zeno Clash (PC)Finished playing
    455Zombie Gunship (Other)Stopped playing - Got Bored


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