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    Apr 14th, 2019 at 16:30:01     -    Sin & Punishment: Star Successor (Wii)

    Thoroughly enjoyed this rail shooter, which is the last rail shooter I've played since Dead Space: Extraction, which was awful. The story was totally unimportant, something about helping an android escape a planet, but the Bad Guys won't let her. The gameplay though, boy howdy that was fun!

    Hold A for a huge special shot, hold B for steady machine gun fire, and tap B to swing your sword. Combat generally involves holding B, holding and releasing A whenever that special move is charged, and tapping B if something gets too close to you. You can also lock on by tapping A over a target, but that makes your machine gun do way less damage. You can also jump if you're on the ground and dodge in the air if you're flying, which you'll do a lot.

    My favorite thing about the game are all the boss battles. There are boss battles after boss battles after boss battles, and many are quite creative. One is a sword duel, which stood out as the first one I got stuck on. It was, probably coincidentally, the first time I played the game since I had started it weeks earlier over Spring Break. In that battle, you have to time melee attacks to repel the boss, which sometimes stuns her, and then you can melee more or do a charge shot. Another cool one was the desert boss that chases you on a train. You see the boss in a rearview mirror and try to detach train cars to crash into it. Meanwhile, it's lobbing fireballs at you from behind and there are a bunch of machine gun dudes and dogs dropping bombs. A third that really stood out was (maybe just after that) a little creature that grabs the android with a claw and tries to lower the claw into lava. To prevent this, you have to attack gears to spin them up and raise platforms, and melee missiles into the creature to get him to stop lowering the android. Cool stuff!

    I stopped on the last boss because it was clear it would take me forever to beat him. There were missiles and orbs and beam rays and all sorts of shit flying around everywhere. I never even came close to killing him, maaaaybe 1/2 life. And when I went to watch on YouTube, I saw there was a second part to him! But the game is generous with checkpoints, even between boss phases.

    So, all in all, cool game, a lot of fun to play, but it's not an easy one, and if you're getting frustrated with difficulty, the story isn't going to save it for you. Stay for more boss fights.

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    Apr 1st, 2019 at 11:00:40     -    Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator (PC)

    Completed Dream Daddy! What a great game, wow. I first heard of this around the time it came out when I was working on stuff related to GamerGate, and that semester had a student who wrote me a paper on its depiction of sexuality and fatherhood. She would rave to me about how it handled gender and insist that I play it. My immediate comparison is the only other visual novel/dating sim I've played, Hatoful Boyfriend, but genre is really the only similarity. Nonetheless, Hatoful Boyfriend (the pigeon dating sim) prepared me for Dream Daddy. Thanks Hatoful Boyfriend.

    What is Dream Daddy? It's a dad dating sim. You create a dad and begin the story. I made mine look like Carl from Aqua Teen Hunger Force and named him Carl McDad. The similarity is uncanny. You and your daughter, Amanda, move to a new town, to a house in a cul-de-sac where every other resident is also a dad. Some dads live with their kids, some are married, some are single. Some are more openly gay, some are in heterosexual relationships. They welcome you to the neighborhood, and you begin the process of meeting the game's 7 dads. This is essentially the prologue.

    Once you meet all the dads together at a barbecue, you sign up for Dadbook (like Facebook, but for dads). It's unclear whether Dadbook is only for dads or whether anyone can join and it's just called Dadbook because Amanda and other kids will pop up on there. It's also unclear whether it's more of a dating site or more of just a messaging app. Anyway, through Dadbook, you ask the other dads to hang out or go on dates, and they will occasionally message you too.

    The game flows like this: You choose a dad to message on Dadbook and go on a date. The date usually has two or three activities, and you get to know the other dad better. The date ends, you get a score based on a dialogue options you chose (the "best" dialogue option triggering a hilarious animation of hearts and eggplant emojis emanating from the wooed dad) and mini-games you completed, and you go home. You usually chat with Amanda, go to sleep, and repeat. You can initiate three dates with each dad (that's 21 dates). On the third date with any particular dad, as we found out last night, you can end the game by choosing to start dating that dad. You probably have to make correct dialogue decisions during the date, and I assume you can be rejected or choose not to date any of the dads (We will verify this later!). We went with Hugo, an English teacher and closet wrestling fan. Our other choices, in order, were Robert (mysterious, hunts cryptids), Mat (cool coffee shop owner, post-hardcore and emo fan), Joseph (married, youth minister), Craig (athletic, cool, but seemed too busy for us), Brian (competitive), and Damien (goth dad).

    "Being a dad" is the main thing the game depicts, believe it or not, and so your relationship with Amanda often takes center stage (and the other dads' relationships with their kids are important too). Amanda is a high school senior planning to go to art school. She is a great kid and is going through some of the issues of teenage life--boys, friends, college applications, etc. You and her have a wonderful relationship, and the father-daughter scenes were some of my favorite in the game. The game does not hyper-focus on sexuality, which I had sort of assumed before playing. It's a game about dating dads, yes, but the emphasis is on relationships, romantic, sexual, or otherwise. Carl never comes out and says he's gay. He's just attracted to the dads that the player guides him toward. The other dads don't identify as gay either. Hugo was married to a man, and that statement is the closest we get to a statement about sexual orientation. Sexual orientation is conveyed more through thought and behavior (e.g., Carl sees Brian shirtless and notes that he's hot or Carl flirts with Craig by making a joke about kissing). I'll keep thinking about this. At first I was disappointed that the game was avoiding talking about sexuality, but the more I think about it, I think it's really clever how it doesn't focus on identity, but instead focuses on relationships, sexual fluidity, and performance. There's a paper in there somewhere...that has probably already been written.

    I really liked how dates were not all one-on-one affairs, but involve other dads, kids, and are wrapped up in other aspects of daily life. For example, for one of the Hugo dates, he invites you to help chaperone his class on a field trip to the aquarium. I had to figure out how to get some mischievous kids out of the penguin enclosure. One of the Brian dates was a fishing trip that your daughters (who get along really well) tag along for. I always found the Brian dates funny because Carl and Brian's relationship was so competitive. Brian would always one-up Carl. If Amanda got straight As, then Brian's daughter got straight A+s. If Carl caught a 20-pound fish with his father, then Brian caught a 40-pound fish. Some of the dates involved mini-games. Sitting in Robert's truck overlooking the city, he teaches you to whittle wood, and you carve increasingly silly objects. You get separated from Mat at a punk concert and try to make your way to the front of the crowd where he is by avoiding moshing teenagers. To catch fish with Brian, you play a match-three game lining up the same kinds of fish. These were always fun little diversions.

    I cannot gush enough about the dialogue. The writing is outstanding. The tone turns serious or heartfelt when it needs to and is often laugh-out-loud funny. Additionally, there are a lot of dad jokes and dad puns. There is a certain type of humor that the game has, and I think we were a target demographic. People who were children of the 80s and early 90s, teens in the 90s and early-mid-2000s will find a lot of shared cultural references. Another SUPER WEIRD thing about the game is that it is like it has been listening to our conversations. We joke all the time about cryptids and starting a cryptid podcast and interviewing my dad, whose favorite story is of hearing a Bigfoot in the woods. We even recently went to a Bigfoot museum and are bummed to miss the first ever Georgia Bigfoot Conference because it falls on the same weekend as the World's Biggest Fish Fry in Paris, TN. Anyway, Robert is into hunting cryptids, and during one date he tells a story (I think he's kidding) about seeing this one, and then y'all spot something in the woods, get really scared, and drive away. My girlfriend and I also like to go see monster trucks, and that is discussed in detail in the game. There were no joke like 6 or 7 other even more specific things that we say to each other or that we had just talked about and that then were in the game. One thing my girlfriend always says is "You'll see..." like in a jokey-sinister way. Like about April Fools Day today, she says she's going to do something to me. I ask what she's going to do. "You'll see..." THE GAME ENDED WITH "YOU'LL SEE"! That was the last piece of dialogue between Carl and Hugo before the credits! What a coincidence.

    Okay okay, I've gone on forever about Dream Daddy, but it's not a perfect game. There are pacing issues and issues regarding what the game "knows" about your interactions with other dads. Like I said before, you can go on three dates with each dad. Sometimes, in between dates when you log onto Dadbook, another dad will message you for some sort of outing. These totally stopped before we had gone on one date with everyone, and we were then trying to figure out how the game might have expected us to date. Did it account for the player going on three dates in a row with one dad (and will this end the game after literally three dates)? Did it anticipate the player going on one date with each dad, then a second date with each dad? We assumed, once the other Dadbook messages stopped, that the meta-narrative (like the progress through the school year as Amanda applies to art school, learns she gets in, other time-sensitive events in other dads' lives, etc.) would progress once we went on one date with every dad, and that it would progress again after two dates with every dad. But after one date with every dad, nothing happened. Still no meta-narrative advancement, still no new Dadbook messages. And nothing happened after completing a second date with each dad. Why? It's like the game front-loads you with a variety of social interactions and narrative events over time, but then completely stops before you are 1/3 through dating around. After the third Hugo date, it's like time sped up to wrap up the entire story. All of a sudden Amanda graduated from high school. I thought it would follow her off to college, but it didn't.

    The other issue is what the game knows about your interactions with other dads. For example, at the end of the prologue, you are re-introduced to all the dads you've met at a barbecue. Then, as you go on dates and outings with other dads, even if you've seen dads three times since the barbecue, Carl will still think things like, "When we met last at the barbecue..." or someone will message Carl saying, "I had a great time at the barbecue! Let's go do such-and-such..." And we're like, but we just went to the art gallery with Damien, Hugo, and Craig yesterday! Why don't you remember?! This kind of thing happens enough to be noticeable. There was another glaring error last night after a Mat date. Carl was at Mat's house after shopping for records, and Mat has a lot of instruments around his house. He was in a touring band with his late ex-partner. Carl asks Mat to play the piano, and Mat doesn't want to. It dredges up memories. You have the option to push the issue and get him to play or to drop it. I dropped it. Then later that night, Carl tells Amanda about the date and says that Mat played the piano and goes on about what I assume would have happened if you push Mat on the piano issue. But Mat never played the piano! Either the game has an error in the narrative or Carl has revealed that he is a dirty liar and makes up stories to tell Amanda. I wish these issues had been ironed out.

    Play this game. I want to use it for my game-based learning SOCI 1101 course somehow. It's smart, funny, deals with gender, sexuality, parenthood, and other issues in a thoughtful way. And it might be listening. Also, the theme song is a real ear worm.

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    Mar 10th, 2019 at 16:41:12     -    Kirby's Epic Yarn (Wii)

    Simple game with cute, creative art and a neat "yarn" mechanic. Instead of sucking up enemies like Kirby usually does, he tosses out yarn (like Scorpion in Mortal Kombat: "Get over here!") to unravel enemies and pull objects around. This is because in the story, Kirby has gone to yard land or something because the ultimate boss, Yin-Yarn (pun, +10 points), is turning Dream Land (Kirby's home) into yarn. It's extremely gory with blood and guts and spine ripping and everything. Oops, still thinking about Mortal Kombat. Kirby is totally kid friendly.

    This kept me entertained for about 6 hours to breeze through the single-player story. You can play co-op, though I'm not exactly sure what that adds besides the joy of playing with a friend, as you can do everything alone and there don't seem to be mini-games or anything requiring two players.

    Anyway, the selling point of this game is the yarn gimmick. You don't just use yarn to grab enemies, but you use it to swing from attach points, to shapeshift into cool vehicles in a lot of the levels, and to literally reconfigure parts of the level (always neat). Like I said, it's kid stuff, so it's not going to blow your mind, and it's nothing you haven't seen similarly before (usually with grappling hooks in other games), but it's cool, it's slick, it's fun, it's relaxing, and it's charming to play. Worth the purchase.

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    Mar 8th, 2019 at 21:36:36     -    No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle (Wii)

    Meh Wii game with some highs and lows.

    Style. The game's got this B movie aesthetic with over-the-top sex and violence. I was into the violence, but the sex stuff was mostly jiggly boobs and stupid one-liners. The main character, Travis Touchdown, is pretty irritating too. He's supposed to have bad-boy attitude. You save the game by going into the bathroom and pooping, and when you play as a woman character, by taking a sexy shower. It feels like the game is for 12-year-old boys and I would be embarrassed to play it around anyone. The cel-shading looks great.

    Combat. Fun, but overstays its welcome. The game is broken up into fights where you climb the ranks (through 50, though you probably actually play 15 or so) of fighters to make it to #1. It makes very cool use of the Wiimote and nunchuck motion controls. When you deplete an enemy's health, you do an execution by swinging the Wiimote in whatever direction pops up on screen. This decapitates, disembowels, splits in half, and chops off limbs. Wonderfully gory and slick. You can also, when enemies are stunned, get in close and do piledrivers and things, by swinging the Wiimote and nunchuck together. The combat overstays its welcome because there are some seriously long sequences fighting regular enemies on the way to bosses. One time I thought the game might have been stuck in a loop. It was like 15 minutes of wave after wave after wave.

    Bosses. Fights are generally very easy. A couple of them have little tricks to figure out, and these were my favorite ones. Bosses are very weird and imaginative. A couple of my favorites were fighting the cosmonaut ("the entire fucking space program," as Travis says) and the spider-girl. The trick to the latter is to time rolls when she shoots at you so you can close in and attack her. The final boss is a rich child at the top of a tower who looks sort of like the Riddler riding in a flying car. The second phase is him bulked up looking like a super hero. The third phase is him like a Macy's Thanksgiving Parade float. Yeah, I have no idea.

    Story. The story makes little sense, aside from the "climb the ranks of fighters" thing. It picks up where the previous game left off, and makes a lot of references to events and characters from the previous game. It seems that some of the bosses you fight were in the first game (or their parents or siblings were or something). Travis has a protege who you get to play a couple levels with. She's basically there to be objectified. Then there's Travis's brother, who you rescue (I forget when or how this even happens) and do a fight inside of a dream, which was weird, with some anime girl in a robot suit. There's the head of the fighters' association, a woman with more personality, but also sex appeal. Then there is this mystery woman (Travis's girlfriend from the first game?) who talks on the phone, telling someone about various enemies you will fight, and the camera only shows her mouth, breasts, legs, and up her skirt. Yikes.

    Minigames. These deserve a mention also for being super weird. You can play these to earn money to purchase upgrades and new weapons (all of which seem pretty unnecessary). I upgraded my strength to like 3 of 7 and my stamina maxed 7 of 7. I did purchase two weapons, which looked like that was it. Anyway, the mini games are all like retro arcade style. In one, you have to grill steak for customers to their desired done-ness. In another you have to collect scorpions that have infested a field. If you get stung, you have to go find anti-venom. Another sees you collecting coconuts by kicking trees and catching coconuts in a basket. The minigame NPC says "I wish my wife could handle coconuts as good as you." Har har. In another, you have to collect objects from outer space, bring them back to your shuttle, and avoid asteroids. In another, you have to lay pipes to control the flow of water. The more pipe you lay (e.g., the longer route you make the water flow), the more cash you can earn. These are silly and unnecessary, an odd diversion.

    Jeane. The best part of the game is your cat, Jeane. Jeane begins the game with a weight problem at like 25 pounds. You can play with her in between missions to help her lose weight. You also need to feed her food to keep her happy. But you can give her the cheap shit for $10 or supreme cat meals for $1000, which of course I purchased. The best cat minigame is giving Jeane a massage. You have to move the analog stick back and forth, up and down, clockwise, or counterclockwise as the prompt appears on screen, and Travis rubs Jean's belly accordingly. It's pretty funny and cute. Jeane now weighs about 10 pounds and is happy and healthy. Yay!

    Overall, this game was easy to play. It didn't really spark joy, but was relaxing and the right kind of weird, despite its often juvenile humor and objectification of women characters, for me to enjoy clicking through. Very glad to have experienced the controls.

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    207KAMI (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    208Katamari Forever (PS3)Finished playing
    209Kerbal Space Program (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    210Killing Floor 2 (PC)Played occasionally
    211KillZone 2 (PS3)Finished playing
    212Killzone 3 (PS3)Finished playing
    213Killzone HD (PS3)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    214Kinect Adventures! (360)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    215King's Bounty: The Legend (PC)Finished playing
    216Kingdoms of Amalur (360)Finished playing
    217Kirby's Epic Yarn (Wii)Finished playing
    218L.A. Noire (PC)Finished playing
    219Lead and Gold (PC)Finished playing
    220League of Legends (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    221Left 4 Dead 2 (PC)Finished playing
    222Legend of Grimrock (PC)Finished playing
    223Legend of Grimrock II (PC)Finished playing
    224Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy (PS2)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    225Life is Strange (PC)Finished playing
    226Lifeless Planet (PC)Finished playing
    227Limbo (PC)Finished playing
    228Lisa "The First" (PC)Finished playing
    229Lisa: The Painful RPG (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    230Little Big Planet 2 (PS3)Finished playing
    231Little Inferno (PC)Finished playing
    232Lone Survivor (PC)Finished playing
    233Lord of the Rings Online: Shadows of Angmar (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    234Lost Odyssey (360)Finished playing
    235Lovely Planet (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    236Lurking (PC)Finished playing
    237Machinarium (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    238Madworld (Wii)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    239Magicka (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    240Manhunt 2 (PS2)Finished playing
    241Mark of the Ninja (PC)Finished playing
    242MASQ (Web)Finished playing
    243Mass Effect (PC)Finished playing
    244Mass Effect 2 (PC)Finished playing
    245Mass Effect 3 (360)Finished playing
    246Max Payne (PS2)Stopped playing - Technical problems
    247Max Payne (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    248Max Payne 2 (PC)Finished playing
    249Max Payne 3 (360)Finished playing
    250Medal of Honor (2010) (PC)Finished playing
    251Metal Gear Rising: Revengeance (360)Finished playing
    252Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns of the Patriots (PS3)Finished playing
    253Metro 2033 (PC)Finished playing
    254Metro: Last Light (PC)Finished playing
    255Metroid Prime (Wii)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    256Might and Magic: Clash of Heroes (PC)Finished playing
    257Minecraft (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    258Mirror's Edge (PC)Finished playing
    259Mirror's Edge Catalyst (PC)Finished playing
    260Monaco: What's Yours is Mine (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    261Monkey Island 2: Special Edition (PC)Finished playing
    262Mount & Blade (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    263Need For Speed: Hot Pursuit (360)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    264Never Alone (PC)Finished playing
    265Neverwinter Nights 2 (PC)Finished playing
    266Neverwinter Nights 2: Mask of the Betrayer (PC)Finished playing
    267Neverwinter Nights 2: Storm of Zehir (PC)Finished playing
    268Nexuiz (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    269NightSky (PC)Finished playing
    270No More Heroes 2: Desperate Struggle (Wii)Finished playing
    271Octodad (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    272Oddworld: Stranger's Wrath (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    273Odin Sphere (PS2)Stopped playing - Technical problems
    274Okami (PS2)Finished playing
    275Orcs Must Die! (PC)Finished playing
    276Orwell (PC)Finished playing
    277Osmos (PC)Finished playing
    278Outland (PC)Finished playing
    279Outlast (PC)Finished playing
    280Overcooked! (PC)Playing
    281Overlord (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    282Overwatch (PC)Played occasionally
    283Oxenfree (PC)Finished playing
    284Paper Sorcerer (PC)Finished playing
    285Papers, Please (PC)Finished playing
    286Papo & Yo (PC)Finished playing
    287Path of Exile (PC)Finished playing
    288Payday 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    289Peter Jackson's King Kong: The Official Game of the Movie (360)Finished playing
    290PixelJunk Eden (PC)Finished playing
    291PixelJunk Shooter (PC)Finished playing
    292Planescape: Torment (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    293Planetside 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    294Plants vs. Zombies (PC)Finished playing
    295Plants War (Other)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    296Pony Island (PC)Finished playing
    297Portal (PC)Finished playing
    298Portal 2 (PC)Finished playing
    299Prey (PC)Finished playing
    300Prison Architect (PC)Finished playing
    301Proteus (PC)Finished playing
    302QuizCross (Other)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    303Race the Sun (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    304Ratchet & Clank Future: A Crack in Time (PS3)Stopped playing - Technical problems
    305Ratchet & Clank Future: Tools of Destruction (PS3)Finished playing
    306Really Big Sky (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    307Red Dead Redemption (360)Finished playing
    308Red Faction: Guerrilla (PC)Finished playing
    309Red Steel 2 (Wii)Finished playing
    310Resident Evil 5 (PC)Finished playing
    311Resistance 2 (PS3)Finished playing
    312Resistance 3 (PS3)Finished playing
    313Resistance: Fall of Man (PS3)Finished playing
    314Return to Castle Wolfenstein (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    315Rift (PC)Finished playing
    316Rocket League (PC)Finished playing
    317Rogue Galaxy (PS2)Finished playing
    318Ruzzle (Other)Finished playing
    319S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Call of Pripyat (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    320S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl (PC)Finished playing
    321Saint's Row: The Third (PC)Finished playing
    322Saints Row IV (PC)Finished playing
    323Sakura Wars: So Long, My Love (PS2)Finished playing
    324Sanctum (PC)Finished playing
    325Sanctum 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    326Sang-Froid: Tales of Werewolves (PC)Finished playing
    327Sanitarium (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    328Shadow Complex (PC)Finished playing
    329Shadowrun: Dragonfall (PC)Finished playing
    330Shatter (PC)Finished playing
    331Shattered Horizon (PC)Finished playing
    332Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Summoner 2: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. King Abaddon (PS2)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    333Shin Megami Tensei: Digital Devil Saga 2 (PS2)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    334Shin Megami Tensei: Nocturne (PS2)Finished playing
    335Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4 (PS2)Finished playing
    336Shining Force EXA (PS2)Finished playing
    337Silent Hill (PS)Finished playing
    338Sin & Punishment: Star Successor (Wii)Finished playing
    339Slender (PC)Finished playing
    340SMITE (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    341Solar 2 (PC)Finished playing
    342SOMA (PC)Finished playing
    343Sonic & All-Stars Racing Transformed (PC)Finished playing
    344Sonic Adventure DX (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    345Sonic the Hedgehog (PC)Finished playing
    346South Park: The Stick of Truth (PS3)Finished playing
    347Space Channel 5: Part 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Technical problems
    348Space Rangers 2: Rise of the Dominators (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    349Spacechem (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    350Spec Ops: The Line (PC)Finished playing
    351Spelunky (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    352Splice (PC)Finished playing
    353Spore (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    354Stacking (PC)Finished playing
    355Star Wars: The Old Republic (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    356Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty (PC)Finished playing
    357Stubbs the Zombie in Rebel Without a Pulse (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    358Suikoden Tactics (PS2)Finished playing
    359Suikoden V (PS2)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    360Sunless Sea (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    361Super Columbine Massacre RPG (PC)Finished playing
    362Super Hexagon (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    363Super Mario Galaxy (Wii)Finished playing
    364Super Mario Galaxy 2 (Wii)Playing
    365Super Meat Boy (PC)Finished playing
    366Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    367Supreme Commander 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    368Swords & Soldiers (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    369Syberia (PC)Finished playing
    370Syberia II (PC)Finished playing
    371System Shock 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    372Tales from Space: Mutant Blobs Attack (PC)Finished playing
    373Tales of Vesperia (360)Finished playing
    374Team Fortress 2 (PC)Finished playing
    375Terraria (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    376That Dragon, Cancer (PC)Finished playing
    377The 7th Guest (PC)Finished playing
    378The Ball (PC)Finished playing
    379The Banner Saga (PC)Finished playing
    380The Blue Flamingo (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    381The Book of Unwritten Tales (PC)Finished playing
    382The Book of Unwritten Tales 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    383The Bridge (PC)Finished playing
    384The Cat and the Coup (PC)Finished playing
    385The Cat Lady (PC)Finished playing
    386The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena (PC)Finished playing
    387The Chronicles of Riddick: Escape from Butcher Bay (PC)Finished playing
    388The Darkness II (PC)Finished playing
    389The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    390The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim (PC)Finished playing
    391The Evil Within (PS3)Finished playing
    392The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess (Wii)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    393The Longest Journey (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    394The Novelist (PC)Finished playing
    395The Polynomial (PC)Finished playing
    396The Secret of Monkey Island: Special Edition (PC)Finished playing
    397The Sims 3 (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    398The Stanley Parable (PC)Finished playing
    399The Swapper (PC)Finished playing
    400The Typing of the Dead: Overkill (PC)Finished playing
    401The Vanishing of Ethan Carter (PC)Finished playing
    402The Walking Dead: Season One (PC)Finished playing
    403The Walking Dead: Season Two (PC)Finished playing
    404The Witcher (PC)Finished playing
    405The Witcher 2 (PC)Finished playing
    406The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt (PC)Finished playing
    407The Wolf Among Us (PC)Finished playing
    408Thief: Deadly Shadows (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    409Thirty Flights of Loving (PC)Finished playing
    410This war of mine (PC)Finished playing
    411Thomas Was Alone (PC)Finished playing
    412Thumper (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    413Titanfall 2 (PC)Finished playing
    414To the Moon (PC)Finished playing
    415Toki Tori (PC)Finished playing
    416Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six Vegas 2 (360)Finished playing
    417Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six: Vegas (360)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    418Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Blacklist (360)Finished playing
    419Tom Clancy's Splinter Cell: Conviction (360)Finished playing
    420Tomb Raider (2013) (PS3)Finished playing
    421Torchlight II (PC)Finished playing
    422Total War: Shogun 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    423Tower Defense: Lost Earth (Other)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    424Transistor (PC)Finished playing
    425Trials Evolution: Gold Edition (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    426Tribes: Ascend (PC)Stopped playing - Something better came along
    427Trine 2 (PC)Finished playing
    428Ultima VII: The Black Gate (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    429Unblock Me (Other)Finished playing
    430Uncharted 2: Among Thieves (PS3)Finished playing
    431Uncharted 3: Drake's Deception (PS3)Finished playing
    432Uncharted: Drake's Fortune (PS3)Finished playing
    433Universe Sandbox (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    434Unravel (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    435Valiant Hearts: The Great War (PC)Finished playing
    436Valkyria Chronicles (PS3)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    437Valkyrie Profile 2: Silmeria (PS2)Finished playing
    438Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines (PC)Stopped playing - Technical problems
    439Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines (PC)Stopped playing - Got frustrated
    440Vanquish (360)Finished playing
    441Vessel (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    442Viewtiful Joe 2 (PS2)Finished playing
    443VVVVVV (PC)Finished playing
    444Waking Mars (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    445Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II (PC)Finished playing
    446Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - Chaos Rising (PC)Finished playing
    447Warhammer 40,000: Dawn of War II - Retribution (PC)Finished playing
    448Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine (PC)Finished playing
    449Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning (PC)Finished playing
    450We Love Katamari (PS2)Finished playing
    451Who's Your Daddy (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    452Words With Friends (PC)Finished playing
    453World of Goo (PC)Finished playing
    454World of Warcraft: Cataclysm (PC)Finished playing
    455World of Warcraft: Mists of Pandaria (PC)Finished playing
    456World of Warcraft: Wrath of the Lich King (PC)Finished playing
    457Worms Crazy Golf (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    458XCOM: Enemy Unknown (PC)Finished playing
    459Xenosaga (PS2)Finished playing
    460Xenosaga Episode II (PS2)Finished playing
    461Xenosaga Episode III: Also sprach Zarathustra (PS2)Finished playing
    462Year Walk (PC)Finished playing
    463Zen Bound 2 (PC)Stopped playing - Got Bored
    464Zeno Clash (PC)Finished playing
    465Zombie Gunship (Other)Stopped playing - Got Bored

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