What Games Are You Playing?

ayase

State Alchemist
Trying to weigh up whether or not it’s worth buying post apocalyptic survival strategy game Frostpunk while I have a 50% off coupon. At first glance it sounds like my kind of thing, but the more reviews I read the more it seems a lot of people’s praise of the game hinges on the fact it makes it difficult to do the right thing and has you face agonising decisions about your people’s welfare.

Now, it’s entirely possible for me to get emotionally invested in games, but only really when characters are well written and fleshed out enough for me to care about them. In say, an RPG or an adventure game. When it comes to strategy games though, the Stalinist “one death is a tragedy, a million deaths is a statistic” mindset takes over - Strategy games, really, are about creating efficient, functional systems. That’s why I enslaved and put to the sword the populations of nearly every city I conquered in Rome: Total War. It’s why my CKII rulers have a penchant for murdering children. Not because I’m personally malevolent (honest) but because that’s what I found worked best to enable my continued success/victory. There’s probably a Machiavellian lesson there somewhere.

As such I’m wary that Frostpunk may not be for me if it’s as linear and lacking in replay value as people seem to suggest - I’m not going to flinch at enforcing 24hr child labour or allowing cannibalism. Still, for £12.50 I am kinda tempted.
 

HWR

Symphogear
AUKN Staff
Finished Yakuza 0 again, it’s still a lot of fun and it’s a shame Majima isn’t playable elsewhere outside of 30 minutes of Kiwami 2.

I’m likely going to pick up Judgement when it goes down a bit in price and I’m curious to see Yakuza with some Ace Attorney style gameplay implemented.
 

Demelza

Adventuring Alchemist
AUKN Staff
Just started Persona Q 2. I never finished the original Q (due to getting distracted and forgetting what I was meant to be doing ^^;), but I'm having a blast with 2 so far thanks to the Persona 5 cast.

I think the unfortunate truth is that while I like Persona 3 and 4, my love for 5 far outweighs it so I'm always going to get on better with a game featuring them. I'd forgotten how much fun it was to map out dungeons in these games, so hopefully this time I can keep at it without getting distracted by a different game.
 

HWR

Symphogear
AUKN Staff
Replaying The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask yet again. I never get tired of my favourite game.

I have a copy of Hyrule Warriors for the Nintendo Switch coming soon so that’ll be next.
 

WMD

Adventurer
Steins Gate 0

So it's taken me a couple of hours but I've made it to the intro theme song. Really liked the start of this game. Several interesting threads set up with some new characters.

Lets see where it all goes...
 

D1tchd1gger

Guild Member
Just finished watching a play through series on YouTube. He didn't kill too many children!
Maybe a bit painful for a seasoned player for all the various things he misses. Even I spotted stuff and I've never played it (can't afford a PC, they ported Stellaris to console so you never know), but it's a fun play through:
 

ayase

State Alchemist
Wow that's... a long, long playlist @D1tchd1gger! Not really a big spectator of others playing games (unless it's watching someone I know in person) but I'm glad you enjoyed it. It is a jolly good game, however I don't have all the expansions as I'm unsure about whether the mechanics the last few have added are actually all that beneficial to gameplay.
He didn't kill too many children!
I have to admit to not being particularly competent at warfare itself in Paradox strategy games (much prefer the actual real-time strategy of Total War to the maths of CKII if I'm fighting a battle) so I tend to pursue more political means of victory. Which usually leaves me with a lot of enemies, since I'll marry my heir into another royal line and then bump off or disgrace the in-laws left and right to ensure my heir's heir becomes heir to multiple realms. Which generally leads to my dynasty inheriting an extended family who mostly want to kill them in order to restore themselves to power, and so the blood continues to flow. It's not uncommon for me to murder my sons' wives after they've had one son to ensure there are no more male grandchildren with claims to the crown. It's risky, as those children can die of course, but there's plenty more princesses out there to remarry. And if they already have husbands, well... that can be taken care of.

CKII allows me to indulge my inner Tywin, which is probably good because it stops me from becoming a politician.
 

D1tchd1gger

Guild Member
CKII allows me to indulge my inner Tywin, which is probably good because it stops me from becoming a politician.
I think the current crop of Tories have been playing CKII too much with some of the stuff they've come up with!

Not really a big spectator of others playing games
Yeah, I didn’t really think it was an Interesting thing when I first heard of people doing it. But I found this guy when he was in the gaming press for doing a YOLO run of Fallout: New Vegas. His Fallout videos are his best as he's really knowledgeable about the games and the systems.
 

-Danielle-

Pokémon Master
Still playing Overwatch.

I own the Berserk game so really need to get onto that at some point since Berserk is my bae,
 

WMD

Adventurer
Really been enjoying Steins Gate 0. Feel like I've played it loads but also don't seem that far in. I can be a pretty slow reader tho! I wasnt expecting the game to constantly change perspective which has made it interesting.

Annoyingly I'm away with work for a couple of nights now so won't be able to play for a few days :mad:
 

Aaron

Dragon Knight
I’ve very nearly got Virtue’s Last Reward finished off. I haven’t enjoyed it as much as 999, but it’s still good!
 

WMD

Adventurer
Finished my first play through of Steins Gate 0. Got the Gehennas Stigma ending. Pretty intense and sad. I'll probably leave it a little while before playing again. Got a lot of anime to watch atm!
 

NormanicGrav

Yume no Shima Shinen Kōen
AUKN Staff
Time to go back to the original PlayStation era, though reimagined!

Completed Games #12-14:
Spyro the Dragon
, Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage, and Spyro 3: Year of the Dragon [PlayStation 4]

Much like Crash Bandicoot, Spyro is also one of the franchises I checked out when I was younger. However, I honestly only played a bit of the first game (via a demo) and the third game. So when I found out that Activision is reimagining the trilogy in the same vein as Crash Bandicoot I was excited, and thus for this playthrough, I was able to 100% the games in terms of their trophies, gems and orbs/eggs throughout.

Spyro is a great short-length game with some simple tasks. The replayability for the original trilogy is the same as Crash and the likes of Super Mario 64 where it's a collectahon - there are items you want to grab during your travel and if you collect all of them you are rewarded with a bonus level or ability. For instance, in Spyro 1 you have a bonus level dedicated to finding a whole bunch of gems, while Spyro 2 includes the ability to have a permanent superflame that can be transferred into a new game via a cheat code.

I compare this game a lot with Crash in terms of difficulty and how each game differs over time. The first game is simple, the second game expands into new territory while the third game combines the best of the two while also more accessible for newcomers. The difference with this concept between Crash and Spyro is actually with its difficulty, because the first Spyro is easier compared to the first Crash game, while the second and third games are identical (the second game being challenging but doable while the third game was easier and accessible).

Spyro levels are short and after collecting a certain amount of gems and items you can proceed to the next world, which includes a final boss. Spyro 2, in my opinion, is the weakest one of the trilogy because there are numerous moments that I felt were more so padding and the final boss was just tedious. I honestly can't decide between Spyro and Spyro 3 as my favorite of the trilogy.

Overall in terms of going for the 100%, Spyro the Dragon took just over 6 hours, Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage took nearly 9 hours, and Spyro 3: Year of the Dragon took just over 9 hours. All three games have their Platinum trophies, which surprisingly only the third game does not require you to 100% the game in order to get all of the trophies.

My backlog so far:
Key: PS4 - PS3 - PSVita - 3DS - PC/Steam

428: Shibuya Scramble
Bullet Girls
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow
Catherine

Chaos;Child
Danganronpa 1 Reload
Danganronpa 2 Reload
Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony
Dead or Alive 5 Last Round
Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 Fortune

Demon Gaze
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth
Dragon's Crown
Drakengard 3
Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2
Eternal Sonata

Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star
Final Fantasy X HD Remaster
Final Fantasy X-2 HD Remaster
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age

Folklore
Freedom Wars
Gal*Gun: Double Peace
GOD EATER Resurrection
GOD EATER 2 Rage Burst
Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR-
.hack//G.U. Vol.1: Rebirth
.hack//G.U. Vol.2: Reminisce
.hack//G.U. Vol.3: Redemption
.hack//G.U. Vol.4: Reconnection

Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart
Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1
Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2
Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 3
Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed

Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Legacy
Jak II
Jak 3

The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky First Chapter
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky Second Chapter
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven

MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS Zombies
Muv-Luv
Muv-Luv Alternative

Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch
Nights of Azure
Persona 4 Arena Ultimax
Ratchet & Clank
Ratchet & Clank 2
Ratchet & Clank 3
Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes

Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson
Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal
Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash!
Shining Resonance: Refrain

Sly Cooper
Sly 2
Sly 3
Soul Calibur V

Star Ocean V: Integrity and Faithlessness
Superdimension Neptune vs SEGA Hard Girls
Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization
Tales of the Abyss
Tales of Xillia 2
Tales of Zestiria
Tears to Tiara II: Heir of the Overlord
Tokyo Xanadu eX+
Toukiden 2
Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception
Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth
Valkyria Chronicles Remastered

Valkyrie Drive Bhikkhuni
Warriors All-Stars
White Knight Chronicles
White Knight Chronicles II

Yakuza Kiwami 2
Ys Origin
Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana
Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma

Completed Games Collection of 2019:
  • #01 | Yakuza 0 (for PlayStation 4)
  • #02 | Yakuza Kiwami (for PlayStation 4)
  • #03 | Onimusha: Warlords (for PlayStation 4)
  • #04 | Kingdom Hearts III (for PlayStation 4)
  • #05 | El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron (for PlayStation 3)
  • #06 | Lollipop Chainsaw (for PlayStation 3)
  • #07 | Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom (for PlayStation 4)
  • #08 | Akiba's Trip 2: Undead & Undressed (for PlayStation 4)
  • #09 | Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition (for PlayStation 4)
  • #10 | Ys I Chronicles+ (for PC/Steam)
  • #11 | Ys II Chronicles+ (for PC/Steam)
  • #12 | Spyro the Dragon HD (for PlayStation 4)
  • #13 | Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage HD (for PlayStation 4)
  • #14 | Spyro 3: Year of the Dragon HD (for PlayStation 4)

Platinum Trophy Collection:
#01 | 2014 | Saints Row: The Third (for PlayStation 3)
#02 | 2015 | JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle (for PlayStation 3)
#03 | 2015 | Hyperdimension Neptunia (for PlayStation 3)
#04 | 2015 | Dekamori Senran Kagura (for PlayStation Vita)
#05 | 2015 | Steins;Gate (for PlayStation 3)
#06 | 2015 | NieR (for PlayStation 3)
#07 | 2015 | No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise (for PlayStation 3)
#08 | 2015 | Asura's Wrath (for PlayStation 3)
#09 | 2015 | Saints Row IV (for PlayStation 3)
#10 | 2015 | The Darkness II (for PlayStation 3)
#11 | 2016 | Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2 (for PlayStation 3)
#12 | 2016 | Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater HD (for PlayStation 3)
#13 | 2016 | Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus (for PlayStation Vita)
#14 | 2016 | Gravity Rush (for PlayStation Vita)
#15 | 2016 | Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory (for PlayStation 3)
#16 | 2016 | Resogun (for PlayStation 4)
#17 | 2016 | Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls (for PlayStation Vita)
#18 | 2016 | Game of Thrones: A Telltale Game (for PlayStation 4)
#19 | 2017 | Miracle Girls Festival (for PlayStation Vita)
#20 | 2017 | Senran Kagura Estival Versus (for PlayStation 4)
#21 | 2017 | The Wolf Among Us (for PlayStation 4)
#22 | 2017 | Final Fantasy XV (for PlayStation 4)
#23 | 2017 | Amplitude (for PlayStation 4)
#24 | 2017 | Root Letter (for PlayStation 4)
#25 | 2017 | IA/VT -Colorful- (for PlayStation Vita)
#26 | 2017 | Persona 4: Dancing All Night (for PlayStation Vita)
#27 | 2017 | Gravity Rush Remastered (for PlayStation 4)
#28 | 2017 | NieR: Automata (for PlayStation 4)
#29 | 2017 | The Silver Case HD (for PlayStation 4)
#30 | 2017 | Steins;Gate 0 (for PlayStation 4)
#31 | 2017 | Under Defeat HD (for PlayStation 3)
#32 | 2017 | Tales from the Borderlands (for PlayStation 4)
#33 | 2017 | Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection (for PlayStation 3)
#34 | 2017 | Life is Strange (for PlayStation 4)
#35 | 2017 | Sword Art Online: Lost Song (for PlayStation 4)
#36 | 2017 | Crash Bandicoot HD (for PlayStation 4)
#37 | 2017 | Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back HD (for PlayStation 4)
#38 | 2017 | Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped HD (for PlayStation 4)
#39 | 2017 | Final Fantasy Type-0 HD (for PlayStation 4)
#40 | 2018 | Corpse Party: Blood Drive (for PlayStation Vita)
#41 | 2018 | Persona 5 (for PlayStation 4)
#42 | 2018 | Zero Escape: The Nonary Games (for PlayStation 4)
#43 | 2018 | Persona 4: Dancing All Night [Japanese Version] (for PlayStation 4)
#44 | 2018 | Marvel's Spider-Man (for PlayStation 4)
#45 | 2019 | Akiba's Trip 2: Undead & Undressed (for PlayStation 4)
#46 | 2019 | Spyro the Dragon HD (for PlayStation 4)
#47 | 2019 | Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage HD (for PlayStation 4)
#48 | 2019 | Spyro 3: Year of the Dragon HD (for PlayStation 4)
 
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Aaron

Dragon Knight
I just got the platinum for The Nonary Games (999 and Virtue's Last Reward).

I loved 999 and actually got all the trophies for it back in 2017. VLR took me a lot longer though. There are a lot more routes, I didn't find the characters as appealing and the story bounced wildly from "wow, it's very interesting, I can't wait to see what happens next" to "this is absolute, undiluted gibberish and I can't believe people got paid to write it".

999 was like eating my favourite meal. VLR was like buying the XXL version of the same meal, plus a dessert, with the characters from The Big Bang Theory shouting at me the whole time.

But overall, I enjoyed it and I'm looking forward to playing Zero Time Dilemma!
 

NormanicGrav

Yume no Shima Shinen Kōen
AUKN Staff
Time to go back to the original PlayStation 2 era!



Completed Games #15-16:
Tekken Tag Tournament HD
and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Prologue [PlayStation 4]

Tekken as a franchise I haven't really bothered with much over the years. I knew it has a following with a bunch of titles since the PlayStation 1 era, and eventually, I decided to try and have a go with the franchise. In CeX I picked up the release of Tekken Hybrid which was very cheap to acquire. Tekken Hybrid is a collection featuring a CG anime film, a HD remaster of a PlayStation 2 launch title, and a prologue/demo of sorts for the second installment in the Tag Tournament spin-off.

For this completion post I have 100% progressed through both Tekken Tag Tournament HD and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Prologue. Like Kingdom Hearts 2.8, TTT2 Prologue contains trophies and as it took a couple of hours I've decided to allow it under the completion ranks.

Tekken Tag Tournament HD is a pretty neat fighting game with a whole bunch of modes available; Arcade, Versus Mode, Team Battle, Survival, Time Attack, and even Tekken Bowling. The combat is self-explanatory but the key aspect of this game is that you have two characters to control during the fight. You focus solely on one fighter, but you have the option to 'tag' which will allow you to switch between the two fighters during battle. This element is crucial if you want to win a fight because the AI will always switch around when their fighter's health is depleted at around 50-60%. The benefit of the tag system is that the fighter that is not in use can regenerate some health while you are busy fighting the main opponent in the battle.

Arcade contains 8 stages with the final stage containing only 1 fighter against your tag team. While you may think it sounds unfair, the final opponent is pretty tough to beat so I would say that it is pretty balanced overall. Survival is a great idea but my main issue with this one is that your health does not regenerate during each round and battle so if you only have around 1 HP in the first fight, you will still have that 1 HP in the next. Team Battle will let you select 2-8 fighters on your team to go against the same number of fighters from the opponent's end, and this one is pretty neat since it's basically a race to see who can defeat the opponent's team before they use up their fighters. Versus mode is locked to local multiplayer and it does its job with a wide selection of fighters you can use. And Time Attack is simply Arcade with a timer.



As for the trophies, Tekken Tag Tournament HD is one of the easiest to complete but it's not that easy as PlayStation Trophies would say (they ranked it as 2/10, I would give it more-so a 4/10). Like Soul Calibur HD, you can tweak the settings to get through each battle without too much issue for no continues and ultra hard difficulty, but the real killer has been Time Attack, Tekken Bowling and specific moves that are quite challenging to do. Time Attack is challenging due to how it can take a while to take down an opponent which is why you need to use specific characters that can K.O. an enemy sooner than later.

Tekken Bowling is done purely by luck as while it can be fun to play at times, it had also been the most frustrating of the lot. You need to reach 200 points (of 300) and that can mostly be achieved by getting at least 5-7 strikes, a couple spares if needed be and no mistakes. As for the specific moves, you ideally need a second controller and I don't have a second controller on PlayStation 3 - thankfully the PlayStation 4 controllers are compatible as long as you connect the USB from the console to the controller. The move that is rather tedious to accomplish is the Chicken and Attack Reversal, it requires quick timing and some controller button adjustments in the setting to get it right unless of course, you have a second person around which that would make it easier.

Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Prologue is pretty much a demo but it has enough to keep you occupied. The only main mode available is Arcade which you have 4 characters to play as and it can be done with local multiplayer if you want to do that. Arcade features four stages and they basically switch between the characters that you can play as. Interestingly despite changing the difficulty down to Easy, the final stage always seems to be a challenge and it is like the devs forgot to tweak the AI difficulty on that one. There is also a Model Viewer but it's not much.

Overall in terms of going for the 100%, Tekken Tag Tournament HD took just over 7 hours, and Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Prologue took roughly around 3 hours in total. As you may have guessed it, there was indeed a Platinum trophy for Tekken Tag Tournament HD so I was able to get that as well.

My backlog so far:
Key: PS4 - PS3 - PSVita - 3DS - PC/Steam

428: Shibuya Scramble
Bullet Girls
Castlevania: Lords of Shadow
Catherine

Chaos;Child
Danganronpa 1 Reload
Danganronpa 2 Reload
Danganronpa V3: Killing Harmony
Dead or Alive 5 Last Round
Dead or Alive Xtreme 3 Fortune

Demon Gaze
Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth
Dragon's Crown
Drakengard 3
Dynasty Warriors: Gundam 2
Eternal Sonata

Fate/Extella: The Umbral Star
Final Fantasy X HD Remaster
Final Fantasy X-2 HD Remaster
Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age

Folklore
Freedom Wars
Gal*Gun: Double Peace
GOD EATER Resurrection
GOD EATER 2 Rage Burst
Guilty Gear Xrd -REVELATOR-
.hack//G.U. Vol.1: Rebirth
.hack//G.U. Vol.2: Reminisce
.hack//G.U. Vol.3: Redemption
.hack//G.U. Vol.4: Reconnection

Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black Heart
Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 1
Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2
Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 3
Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action Unleashed

Jak & Daxter: The Precursor Legacy
Jak II
Jak 3

The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky First Chapter
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky Second Chapter
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of Heaven

MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS Zombies
Muv-Luv
Muv-Luv Alternative

Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch
Nights of Azure
Persona 4 Arena Ultimax
Ratchet & Clank
Ratchet & Clank 2
Ratchet & Clank 3
Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes

Senran Kagura 2: Deep Crimson
Senran Kagura Burst Re:Newal
Senran Kagura Peach Beach Splash!
Shining Resonance: Refrain

Siren Blood Curse
Sly Cooper
Sly 2
Sly 3
Soul Calibur V

Star Ocean V: Integrity and Faithlessness
Superdimension Neptune vs SEGA Hard Girls
Sword Art Online: Hollow Realization
Tales of the Abyss
Tales of Xillia 2
Tales of Zestiria
Tears to Tiara II: Heir of the Overlord
Tokyo Xanadu eX+
Touch My Katamari
Toukiden 2
Utawarerumono: Mask of Deception
Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth
Valkyria Chronicles Remastered

Valkyrie Drive Bhikkhuni
Warriors All-Stars
White Knight Chronicles
White Knight Chronicles II

Yakuza Kiwami 2
Ys Origin
Ys VIII: Lacrimosa of Dana
Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma

Completed Games Collection of 2019:
  • #01 | Yakuza 0 (for PlayStation 4)
  • #02 | Yakuza Kiwami (for PlayStation 4)
  • #03 | Onimusha: Warlords (for PlayStation 4)
  • #04 | Kingdom Hearts III (for PlayStation 4)
  • #05 | El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron (for PlayStation 3)
  • #06 | Lollipop Chainsaw (for PlayStation 3)
  • #07 | Attack on Titan: Wings of Freedom (for PlayStation 4)
  • #08 | Akiba's Trip 2: Undead & Undressed (for PlayStation 4)
  • #09 | Devil May Cry 4 Special Edition (for PlayStation 4)
  • #10 | Ys I Chronicles+ (for PC/Steam)
  • #11 | Ys II Chronicles+ (for PC/Steam)
  • #12 | Spyro the Dragon HD (for PlayStation 4)
  • #13 | Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage HD (for PlayStation 4)
  • #14 | Spyro 3: Year of the Dragon HD (for PlayStation 4)
  • #15 | Tekken Tag Tournament HD (for PlayStation 3)
  • #16 | Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Prologue (for PlayStation 3)

Platinum Trophy Collection:
#01 | 2014 | Saints Row: The Third (for PlayStation 3)
#02 | 2015 | JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle (for PlayStation 3)
#03 | 2015 | Hyperdimension Neptunia (for PlayStation 3)
#04 | 2015 | Dekamori Senran Kagura (for PlayStation Vita)
#05 | 2015 | Steins;Gate (for PlayStation 3)
#06 | 2015 | NieR (for PlayStation 3)
#07 | 2015 | No More Heroes: Heroes' Paradise (for PlayStation 3)
#08 | 2015 | Asura's Wrath (for PlayStation 3)
#09 | 2015 | Saints Row IV (for PlayStation 3)
#10 | 2015 | The Darkness II (for PlayStation 3)
#11 | 2016 | Hyperdimension Neptunia mk2 (for PlayStation 3)
#12 | 2016 | Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater HD (for PlayStation 3)
#13 | 2016 | Senran Kagura Shinovi Versus (for PlayStation Vita)
#14 | 2016 | Gravity Rush (for PlayStation Vita)
#15 | 2016 | Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory (for PlayStation 3)
#16 | 2016 | Resogun (for PlayStation 4)
#17 | 2016 | Danganronpa Another Episode: Ultra Despair Girls (for PlayStation Vita)
#18 | 2016 | Game of Thrones: A Telltale Game (for PlayStation 4)
#19 | 2017 | Miracle Girls Festival (for PlayStation Vita)
#20 | 2017 | Senran Kagura Estival Versus (for PlayStation 4)
#21 | 2017 | The Wolf Among Us (for PlayStation 4)
#22 | 2017 | Final Fantasy XV (for PlayStation 4)
#23 | 2017 | Amplitude (for PlayStation 4)
#24 | 2017 | Root Letter (for PlayStation 4)
#25 | 2017 | IA/VT -Colorful- (for PlayStation Vita)
#26 | 2017 | Persona 4: Dancing All Night (for PlayStation Vita)
#27 | 2017 | Gravity Rush Remastered (for PlayStation 4)
#28 | 2017 | NieR: Automata (for PlayStation 4)
#29 | 2017 | The Silver Case HD (for PlayStation 4)
#30 | 2017 | Steins;Gate 0 (for PlayStation 4)
#31 | 2017 | Under Defeat HD (for PlayStation 3)
#32 | 2017 | Tales from the Borderlands (for PlayStation 4)
#33 | 2017 | Dragon Ball Z Budokai HD Collection (for PlayStation 3)
#34 | 2017 | Life is Strange (for PlayStation 4)
#35 | 2017 | Sword Art Online: Lost Song (for PlayStation 4)
#36 | 2017 | Crash Bandicoot HD (for PlayStation 4)
#37 | 2017 | Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back HD (for PlayStation 4)
#38 | 2017 | Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped HD (for PlayStation 4)
#39 | 2017 | Final Fantasy Type-0 HD (for PlayStation 4)
#40 | 2018 | Corpse Party: Blood Drive (for PlayStation Vita)
#41 | 2018 | Persona 5 (for PlayStation 4)
#42 | 2018 | Zero Escape: The Nonary Games (for PlayStation 4)
#43 | 2018 | Persona 4: Dancing All Night [Japanese Version] (for PlayStation 4)
#44 | 2018 | Marvel's Spider-Man (for PlayStation 4)
#45 | 2019 | Akiba's Trip 2: Undead & Undressed (for PlayStation 4)
#46 | 2019 | Spyro the Dragon HD (for PlayStation 4)
#47 | 2019 | Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage HD (for PlayStation 4)
#48 | 2019 | Spyro 3: Year of the Dragon HD (for PlayStation 4)
#49 | 2019 | Tekken Tag Tournament HD (for PlayStation 3)
 

HWR

Symphogear
AUKN Staff
Decided to delve back into Final Fantasy IX this time with the added features of the Digital edition that will help with any levelling and slow battles I encounter. The graphics look nicer too, even if the higher res character models clash with some blurry backgrounds.
 
Started Darksiders 3. Loading.................
dang, the loading times sticking wiped out my first save like that. like a thanos snap, but it turns into a still halfway through

I've found myself playing borderlands: the handsome collection a lot. something about a tonne of side quests and loot.. yet I keep receiving blue weapons now and now find nothing but trash in chests
 
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