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    Jul 15th, 2018 at 20:14:54     -    Final Fantasy V (PS)

    I played about 5 hours of this and it didn't stand out besides being wonderfully nostalgic. Apparently this one was notable for the job system later made famous (and perfected, according to me) in FF Tactics and for having summons. The story was forgettable and the characters were overly cartoonish and pretty uninteresting.

    The nostalgia was so strong though! It's such a simple RPG! Walk around the small 2D maps, talk to NPCs in towns to glean where to go next, buy your new gear, click on all the pots and treasure chests, sail to the next location, wander through the dungeon, fight the boss, go to the next town, etc. It's cool to see a 25-year-old game have all these Final Fantasy staples--the music, chocobos, the menus, summons, jobs, etc.

    Of course I played the original Nintendo game when I was a kid, but my family had a Sega, not a SNES, so I missed all the rest until FFVII on Playstation, and have played all the main ones since that one, except the MMOs and XV. Anyway, I started to get a little bored and looked up how this one was rated compared to VI, which I also acquired, and apparently V is largely regarded as one of the worst, while VI is one of the best. So out with V, in with VI.

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    Jul 9th, 2018 at 11:37:23     -    Hand of Fate (PC)

    I was sold on the idea of Hand of Fate before playing it, and I tried it at a friend's house sometime last year, bought it, and just got around to playing it the last couple weeks. It's a mixture of deck building, dungeon crawling, and action RPG. You are "the player" sitting across a card table from "the dealer." There's no exposition. You're dropped into this mysterious situation. The dealer is an enigmatic figure, and I want to know more about him. Throughout the game, there is little in the way of story regarding who he is, who you are, and why you are there. The dealer tells you that you're playing "the game" that he's created, many have played before you, the dealer always wins, and all the players have died. And he alludes to the fact that somehow Iím regaining my memories through the cards, which leads me to believe I was some adventurer or another who maybe just stepped through the wrong portal and found myself here.

    The dealer explains the game to you over the first level, but youíre figuring a lot out yourself (e.g., that some cards get locked to you until you fulfill their conditions, that the icon on the bottom of the card is a token that grants rewards for fulfilling conditions, that you can equip as many rings as you want, etc.). Very intuitive way to present rules and information. So *basically* how the game works is as follows:

    - Deck building is fantastic and never gets old. You have two pools of cards, equipment and encounter cards. Equipment is your various types of weapons, armor, rings, and artifacts (trinkets that have some special use like making you temporarily invisible, giving you a fire aura, reflecting ranged attacks, etc.). Encounter cards are little scenarios that determine much of what happens to you in each level. For example, The Maiden can give you food, increase your max health, and bless you. Ambush gets you a combat encounter with an equipment draw card as reward. Dark Carnival has you choosing a series of chance cards as your character explores a weird carnival. There's usually some element of risk/reward with the encounter cards. The Altar, for example, gives you a 50/50 chance to be blessed or cursed. All these give the feel of a tabletop game with the dealer as DM. Anyway, you choose a prescribed number of equipment and encounter cards to fill your deck, and then you enter the level.

    - Dungeon crawling is exciting. Levels are made up of a series of encounter card arrangements that your player, as a tabletop game piece, moves across. Find the exit, go to the next area, explore the area, find the stairs, and repeat until you find the level's boss in the final area. Each card you land on flips over and you resolve the encounter. There is *tons* of chance here, though you have some control over what encounters you will...encounter...based on what you chose to include in the deck. When you have to choose chance cards, you can have either a Huge Success, Success, Failure, or Huge Failure, which will change the outcome of the scenario. However, as I learned when reading an FAQ one night, the chance cards are not completely random! You're shown the cards, and then they are shuffled. But there is order to it. If you watch closely, you can follow individual cards as they shuffle. Itís not too hard when there is like one or two slow shuffles, but itís pretty impossible when the shuffle speeds up and especially when there are three or four shuffles. But it makes your odds of the easy shuffle encounters almost 100%, which means guaranteed equipment or blessings or whatever. Prior to this, I'd just been picking the left-hand card every time because I thought it was random. But now, if I choose the wrong card, it feels like my fault!

    Each level also puts different default curses on the player, and the dealer shuffles different negative cards into the decks, and this can make things really tricky! One level that stood out cursed me with "Whenever you acquire a curse, lose 10 max HP." You begin with 100HP, so 10 is a lot. I had runs where I was cursed down to 40 max HP because he also shuffled encounter cards in that would put a random curse on you. Another level curses you such that when you counter-attack, you consume a food (every space you move consumes a food, and if you run out of food, your health begins to drain, so you *really* need to manage your food) AND every character takes additional 50% damage. The next-to-last level, the dealer shuffled a bunch of Rusty Axes (the worst weapon) in my equipment pile, so it was difficult to acquire a good weapon. These starting curses and insidious dealer cards can really change what equipment or encounters you put in your decks. For example, to combat the "lose 10 max HP per curse" curse, I only included one helmet in my deck, the one that reveals the exit from each area when you enter an area, and then included every encounter card that had a chance to give me a helmet. Once practically guaranteed to get that helmet, I could make a beeline for the exit in every area, thus not veering off in unnecessary directions landing on more curse cards, and allowing me to attempt the boss with sufficient HP. The one that consumed a piece of food every time I counter-attacked and made everyone take 50% more damage meant that I couldnít counter and I couldnít get hit much. I wound up removing most of the combat encounter cards from my deck and luckily discovered a couple rings that let me heal in combat (one saved me on the boss).

    - Action RPG combat leaves something to be desired. It hearkens back to simpler days of button mashing hack-n-slash games. A little slow response to buttons (e.g., slightly sluggish movement, you can get caught in combo or finisher animations, etc.), but there is a rhythm to it in the attacking and counter-attacking. It's almost got an Arkham/Shadow of Mordor feel. If this was polished, the game would be significantly more fun. As it is, the combat becomes nearly as frustrating as the randomness. Blessings and equipment can change the feel of combat, but it's generally basic and easy to get overwhelmed (e.g., 6 lava golems, multiple bosses at once). Some encounters just kill me (Lich, &#*!@ Kraken), and randomness plays in both to (sometimes) what monsters you will fight and what equipment, blessings, curses, and health buffs, you will have accumulated up to that point. For example, I almost rage quit after I unlocked the Kraken encounter, which becomes a locked card in your encounters pile (i.e., it cannot be removed until you defeat it). I kept landing on the Kraken, at least 6 games in a row. You can't flee from the Kraken, so you have to fight it, and the fight involves actually fighting the last regular boss, the King of Scales, whom I hadn't even encountered at that point outside the Kraken battle, WHILE trying to kill the Kraken. It was brutal.

    This turned really detailed, huh. One of my favorite things about Hand of Fate is that you can play the game with different goals (e.g., progressing through quest lines; trying to kill a particular boss or complete a particular task; or going for the level progression). There is also an endless mode, and DLC that adds different modifications to your character (think classes). I wonder how differently Hand of Fate 2 changes up the formula. I mostly want to see improved combat. Super interesting game though, highly recommend checking it out.

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    Jun 30th, 2018 at 15:24:45     -    Fatal Frame (PS2)

    I got this cool RCA --> HDMI adapter off Amazon that lets me play PS2 on my newfangled TV. It should also work with Wii, so I've been accumulating Wii games to exhaust that system now that I'm done with PS3 and Xbox 360. Fatal Frame was the last PS2 game I had, but I acquired a stack of Final Fantasy games, including V and VI (PS1), which will work with my new combo, so I'm also excited to see SNES era Final Fantasy games that I never played.

    ANYWAY. Fatal Frame. I had a girlfriend once who was always talking about this game. She liked horror games. We had an Xbox version that we never played. At some point I bought a PS2 version, no idea why. I didn't even know I still had it, but I was cleaning and found it.

    ANYWAY again. Fatal Frame has some serious pros and some serious cons.

    PROS

    - The atmosphere is terrifying. The game is set in a haunted old Japanese mansion. Creaky. Falling apart. The site of horrific rituals. Mean ghosts. The visuals and audio hold up surprisingly well. After I heard how good the sound design was, I played with headphones on. Good choice. It's totally haunting. Very immersive.

    - It FEELS like survival horror games of the era (e.g., Silent Hill, Resident Evil). This is both good and bad. For example, the controls are tough to handle, but for the beginning of the game, it's not too hindering. As you walk, the fixed camera angles will change, forcing you to reorient yourself before you accidentally walk back where you came from or run into a wall or an enemy. The game is very dark, which makes your flashlight especially important. Right, this is all nostalgic in a good sort of way. But, it is bad because (see con 3).

    - Puzzles and story. Thoroughly enjoyable puzzles to move the story forward. They haven't been difficult so far, but I'm sure they get a little harder. It's how the story uses puzzles that's really cool. So for example, one thing I picked up on is that the game centers around the "strangling ritual," which is basically that a sacrifice victim is drawn and quartered...well, no, fifthed (add the head)...with ropes tied around the to-be-removed body parts. In the game, you have to find five shattered mirror pieces and put them together. Puzzles are replete with Japanese folklore and imagery. The first mirror piece you've got to find a Buddha statue, and solving this puzzle reveals where some missing children have gone to, who were playing something called "demon tag," which is like a Japanese version of tag where "it" is a demon. Anyway, I enjoyed how steeped in Japanese folklore the game is. Really added to the atmosphere.

    CONS

    - Voice acting is generally bad. Par for the course for Japanese survival horror from this era though. The ghosts sound good, but the humans do not. Very flat and emotionless. Slow talkers.

    - Combat. Combat in the game involves pointing your Camera Obscura at a ghost, holding the targeting circle over the ghost as it moves and as your shot powers up, and then pushing X when you want to attack (or square when the circle turns orange for a critical hit). I like the combat for its novelty and how scary it can be, but hate it for other overwhelming reasons. The ghosts are extremely irritating enemies. Yeah, they're scary, but as I played more and more, they became more annoying than scary. They disappear and reappear on another side of you, become untargetable, move through solid objects, and take a large chunk of your life per hit. Each hit slows you, and since you may be disoriented from a fixed camera shift (see below) it's not unlikely you'll get grabbed again quickly before you figure out which direction to run. Add to that limited healing supplies, and this became so tedious.

    - As you progress, the clunky controls (a) break the immersion and (b) get you killed. Here's a prime example in combat: As you run from an enemy, the fixed camera will change positions, which sometimes makes you run in a direction that you don't want to go. Trying to control your character in tense moments breaks immersion. Add ghost teleportation in the mix, and the controls become extremely frustrating when you are hit and die because the camera keeps changing and the ghosts keep disappearing and reappearing. Worse, the sound doesnít accurately tell you what direction ghosts are coming from because often the sound will change with the camera angle and not the ghost direction! You literally can't tell when this is happening when you're in camera mode because it's first-person and you don't see the camera shift. The ghost noises just seem to spin around you, then a ghost will kill you from behind when you were listening to the ghost sound coming from in front of you.

    Add into that how the controls change while using the camera! You normally move with LS and look around with the flashlight with RS, like every other game. But for some reason when you go into the camera mode, LS moves the camera, and RS moves the character. I cannot tell you how many times I was hit and/or died because I'd go into camera mode and walk into a ghost when I meant to move the camera up, or moved the camera around when I meant to run away. It makes no sense! And you can't change it!

    I had a harsh lesson in manual save points (and Fatal Frame's combat) the first time I played. I hadn't seen a save point in an hour and then got killed by a ghost. Had to play the first 45 minutes or so, after the tutorial, all over again. That repeated over and over, the dying, if not with so long between saves. I made it about 30% of the way through and figured I'd gotten the gist of it. Read the rest of the story and watched the ending bits on YouTube. Glad I played a little bit of Fatal Frame. Also glad to cut it short.

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    Jun 21st, 2018 at 14:51:57     -    Catherine (PS3)

    I just checked, and I bought Catherine about 5 years ago. It's outlasted all the other PS3 games on my shelf, those that I bought, played, and sold since acquiring that console. As I'm in the midst of cleaning house, I realized if I would just play Catherine, I could sell my PS3 since I've played everything else I want to on it. Strange motivation to play a game, but it worked.

    Catherine is a puzzle game published by Atlus, who I came to love in my PS2 days for publishing excellent RPGs like the Persona and Shin Megami Tensei series. The story here is excellent, the high point of the game. You play as Vincent, a directionless guy in his early 30s who's been dating Katherine for the past 5 years. Vincent suffers pressure from Katherine and her parents to get married and, you know, grow up. Upon reflection, this may have contributed to why the game sat on my shelf for years. I was living with a girlfriend who put this pressure on me, and I didn't want her to see me playing a game about it (especially when the character ends up cheating). Anyway, at the bar he and his friends frequent, he meets another young woman, Catherine, who is opposite Katherine in many ways. She's younger, hotter, loves sex, seemingly uninterested in a long-term relationship. Vincent starts cheating, and so begin his nightmares. There's more going on, but to keep it simple, Vincent increasingly struggles over what he's doing, and increasingly struggles to keep Katherine and Catherine from finding out about one another. The game explores these themes well (relationships, parenthood, responsibility, transitioning to adulthood), and larger themes that the two K/Catherines represent, order and disorder.

    The game alternates between Vincent's time at the bar at night, where you hang out with your friends, get to know other patrons, and respond to texts from the K/Catherines, his nightmares where he climbs daunting puzzle towers, and his days, in which there's usually a story bit of him waking up and/or meeting someone for lunch. I wasn't terribly impressed with the puzzling, and that turned out to be a tedious hindrance to hear more story. These are spatial block puzzles. In each stage, you climb a tower of blocks, and you'll have to navigate and move various kinds of blocks to create stairs, to remove obstacles, and so on, in order to reach the top. The bottom of the level falls away periodically, so you have to keep moving, which puts temporal pressure on. The last stage of each area features a challenging boss. The bosses remind me of Bayonetta or Devil May Cry by character design. They're all creepy or disgusting, especially the fucking baby level.

    Catherine is a DIFFICULT game. I played on "normal" (don't be fooled!) for the first three areas, and was pulling my hair out by the end of it. I couldn't wait to beat the third area's final boss so I could switch to easy difficulty. Easy is significantly simpler than normal, but still can turn challenging. Note that you can't change difficulties when you're in the nightmare, so you need to keep a save in the bar, as I learned the hard way (otherwise, I would have been on easy halfway through the third area). The game is generous with checkpoints during your tower climbs. I read that Catherine used to be even harder upon release, and that the devs patched it to make it easier because players were complaining. I'm glad they did!

    There's more complexity than I've described to the story and the puzzles, but this is the gist. It's a cool game, and I'd recommend it for something different. Don't feel bad if you have to use a walkthrough for a couple puzzles. And if you really get into it and love the puzzling, there's days more worth of it in challenge modes and striving for perfect runs.

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

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