What Games Are You Playing?

NormanicGrav

Grav's End Harem
AUKN Staff
Just one game for the month of May, as I've been focusing on my anime Blu-ray backlog and other things instead.



Game: 14 - Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 3: V Generation (PlayStation Vita)
Acquired: August 2018

Nep Nep playthrough continues with the Re;Birth version of Hyperdimension Neptunia Victory, the last game in the PS3 trilogy. I played Victory not long after mk2 and enjoyed it a lot, so going into this mistake it's pretty much identical with a few changes here and there.

The world map is different to the predecessors as we have Nep going into a different dimension which features Plutia as their version of Nep. The gameplay is similar to the original, with the EXP gauge modified so that it relies on the SP availability you have which doesn't replenish when you move around the world map. Getting your character's K.O.'d during combat also means you can swap them out with another character if they are available in your party selection.

One big difference to the original is an extra secret boss fight and that's about it. Stella's Dungeon also makes a return with this version of the game, and it's much easier and can be completed at a faster rate than before. No need to spend hours having to unlock a path through every dungeon since in this game you just need to find specific materials in select areas and you can unlock the keys to get the higher areas.

The trophies in this game are sort of easier, but the big hurdle is getting Lily Ranks for each character (non-DLC) which to be fair was faster than I had expected as you can rank up four characters in one go if you have extra disc items to help increase lily rank growth in your equipment.

The game does have multiple endings; Normal, Good & True. The latter two are in a similar path as you basically need to view all scenes found in specific locations to unlock that final ending. The ending also determines whether you have all or select members in your party available to you for the final boss and map.

Overall, Neptunia Re;Birth 3 is pretty much the peak of the gameplay setup for the franchise, unless Victory II manages to do better than that on PS4. The next step after Neptunia Re;Birth 3 in terms of the franchise is to go through the spin-offs.



My backlog so far:
#​
PC/Steam Backlog - Game Name:​
Genre:
1​
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the SkyTurn-Based RPG
2​
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky SCTurn-Based RPG
#​
PlayStation 3 Backlog - Game Name:​
Genre:
1​
3D Dot Game HeroesAction RPG
2​
Castlevania: Lords of ShadowAction, Hack n Slash
3​
CatherinePuzzle
4​
Drakengard 3Action RPG
5​
Eternal SonataTurn-Based RPG
6​
FolkloreAction RPG
7​
inFAMOUSAction
8​
inFAMOUS 2Action
9​
Katamari ForeverPuzzle
10​
Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White WitchTurn-Based RPG
11​
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time HDAction, Hack n Slash
12​
Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones HDAction, Hack n Slash
13​
Prince of Persia: Warrior Within HDAction, Hack n Slash
14​
PuppeteerPlatformer
15​
Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles HDOn-Rails Shooter
16​
Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles HDOn-Rails Shooter
17​
Sly Cooper: Thieves in TimeAction, Platformer
18​
Tears to Tiara II: Heir of the OverlordTactical RPG, Visual Novel
19​
Way of the Samurai 4Action
#​
PlayStation 4 Backlog - Game Name:Genre:
1​
13 Sentinels: Aegis RimTactical RPG, Visual Novel
2​
AI: The Somnium FilesAdventure, Visual Novel
3​
Black Clover: Quartet KnightsAction, Fighting
4​
Bullet Girls PhantasiaAction, Shooter
5​
The Caligula Effect: OverdoseTurn-Based RPG
6​
Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New ChampionsSports
7​
Chaos;ChildVisual Novel
8​
Conception Plus: Maidens of the Twelve StarsTurn-Based RPG
9​
Cyberdimension Neptunia: Four Goddesses OnlineAction RPG
10​
Danganronpa 1 ReloadVisual Novel
11​
Danganronpa 2 ReloadVisual Novel
12​
Danganronpa V3: Killing HarmonyVisual Novel
13​
Date A Live: Rio-Reincarnation - 1: Rinne UtopiaVisual Novel, Dating Sim
14​
Date A Live: Rio-Reincarnation - 2: Ars InstallVisual Novel, Dating Sim
15​
Date A Live: Rio-Reincarnation - 3: Twin Edition: Rio ReincarnationVisual Novel, Dating Sim
16​
Death MarkVisual Novel
17​
Disaster Report 4: Summer MemoriesAdventure, Simulation
18​
Dragon's Crown ProAction RPG
19​
Fate/Extella LinkMusou
20​
Final Fantasy VIII RemasteredTurn-Based RPG
21​
Full Metal Panic! Fight! Who Dares WinTactical RPG
22​
Gal*Gun 2On-Rails Shooter
23​
Gintama RumbleAction, Musou
24​
Gravity Rush 2Action, Platformer
25​
Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Infinite CombateAction RPG
26​
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of HeavenFighting
27​
Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of FujisawaPuzzle, Visual Novel
28​
LangrisserTactical RPG
29​
Langrisser IITactical RPG
30​
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold SteelTurn-Based RPG
31​
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IITurn-Based RPG
32​
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IIITurn-Based RPG
33​
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IVTurn-Based RPG
34​
Megadimension Neptunia VIITurn-Based RPG
35​
Megadimension Neptunia VIIRTurn-Based RPG
36​
MELTY BLOOD: TYPE LUMINAFighting
37​
NGVisual Novel
38​
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja StormAction, Fighting
39​
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 2Action, Fighting
40​
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 3Action, Fighting
41​
Ni no Kuni II: Revenant KingdomAction RPG
42​
Nights of AzureAction RPG
43​
Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New MoonAction RPG
44​
One Piece Unlimited World RedAction
45​
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3Musou
46​
Our World Is EndedVisual Novel
47​
Persona 5 RoyalTurn-Based RPG
48​
Persona 5 StrikersAction RPG, Musou
49​
Punch LineVisual Novel
50​
Raging LoopVisual Novel
51​
Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-: Prophecy of the ThroneVisual Novel
52​
Robotics;Notes DaSHVisual Novel
53​
Robotics;Notes ELITEVisual Novel
54​
SD Gundam G Generation Cross RaysTactical RPG
55​
SD Gundam G Generation GenesisTactical RPG
56​
Secret of ManaAction RPG
57​
Sengoku Basara 4: SumeragiMusou
58​
Senran Kagura Burst Re:NewalAction
59​
Shining Resonance: RefrainAction RPG
60​
Sisters RoyaleShoot em up
61​
Steins;Gate EliteVisual Novel
62​
Steins;Gate: Linear Bound PhenogramVisual Novel
63​
Super Neptunia RPGTurn-Based RPG
64​
Super Robot Wars 30Tactical RPG
65​
Super Robot Wars OG: The Moon DwellersTactical RPG
66​
Super Robot Wars TTactical RPG
67​
Super Robot Wars XTactical RPG
68​
Sword Art Online: Fatal BulletAction RPG
69​
Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum Sessions!Music, Rhythm
70​
Tales of BerseriaAction RPG
71​
Tales of VesperiaAction RPG
72​
Tales of ZestiriaAction RPG
73​
Tokyo Xanadu eX+Action RPG
74​
Utawarerumono: Mask of DeceptionTactical RPG, Visual Novel
75​
Utawarerumono: Mask of TruthTactical RPG, Visual Novel
76​
Utawarerumono: Prelude to the FallenTactical RPG, Visual Novel
77​
Utawarerumono: ZanAction, Musou
78​
Valkyria Chronicles 4Tactical RPG
79​
Valkyria RevolutionAction RPG
80​
Wing of DarknessAction, Arcade
81​
The Witch and the Hundred Knight Revival EditionAction RPG
82​
WORLDEND SYNDROMEVisual Novel
83​
YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this WorldVisual Novel
84​
Ys IX: Monstrum NoxAction RPG
#PlayStation 5 Backlog - Game Name:Genre:
1​
JudgmentAction, Beat em up
2​
Lost JudgmentAction, Beat em up
3​
NiohAction Souls RPG
4​
Nioh 2Action Souls RPG
5​
Record of Lodoss War: Deedlit of Wonder LabyrinthMetroidvania RPG
6​
Yakuza 7: Like a DragonTurn-Based RPG
#​
PlayStation Vita Backlog - Game Name:Genre:
1​
Bullet GirlsAction, Shooter
2​
Demon GazeDungeon RPG
3​
Freedom WarsAction
4​
Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black HeartTactical RPG
5​
Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action UnleashedAction
6​
MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS ZombiesAction, Musou
7​
Muv-LuvVisual Novel, Dating Sim
8​
Muv-Luv AlternativeVisual Novel
9​
Superdimension Neptune vs SEGA Hard GirlsTurn-Based RPG
10​
Valkyrie Drive BhikkhuniAction
#Nintendo Switch Backlog - Game Name:Genre:
1​
Fire Emblem: Three HousesTactical RPG
2​
Mario Kart 8 DeluxeRacing
3​
New Super Mario Bros U DeluxePlatformer
4​
Senran Kagura ReflexionsSimulation
5​
Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's FuryAction, Platformer
6​
Super Mario 64Action, Platformer
7​
Super Mario GalaxyAction, Platformer
8​
Super Mario SunshineAction, Platformer
9​
Super Smash Bros. UltimateFighting
10​
Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive EditionAction RPG
11​
Xenoblade Chronicles 2Action RPG
52 Games Goal:
No.Game
Console​
Acquired​
Genre
1​
Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes
PS3​
2017​
Musou
2​
Toukiden 2
PS4​
2019​
Hunter RPG
3​
Fist of the Nort Star: Lost Paradise
PS4​
2019​
Action, Beat em Up
4​
JUMP FORCE
PS4​
2022​
Fighting
5​
Saint Seiya: Soldiers' Soul
PS4​
2020​
Fighting
6​
Code Vein
PS4​
2020​
Action Souls RPG
7​
Super Robot Wars V
PS4​
2019​
Tactical RPG
8​
Gran Turismo 7
PS5​
2022​
Racing
9​
Onechanbara Z2: Chaos
PS4​
2020​
Action, Hack n Slash
10​
SG/ZH: School Girl / Zombie Hunter
PS4​
2021​
Action, Shooter
11​
Ratchet & Clank: QForce
PS3​
2021​
Action, Platformer
12​
Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One
PS3​
2021​
Action, Platformer
13​
Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2: Sisters Generation
Vita​
2018​
Turn-Based RPG
14​
Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 3: V Generation
Vita​
2018​
Turn-Based RPG
 

DragoStark

Student Council President
I had Ghostrunner on GOG that I got from a mate with a spare key so I decided to give it a whirl.

I regretted that decision.

The best thing about the game is the soundtrack and the visuals. It is a beautiful looking game.

Other than that, infinitely frustrating and the only reason I grit my teeth and finished the game through all the pain of those goddamn jumping puzzles and enemies, especially right at the end was because I was so far in I refused to give up. Some of those cybervoid puzzles...ugh. One literally gave me a headache from all the rotating.

As soon as I finished it I uninstalled immediately. No desire to touch that game again. Did not have a good time overall. I'm not good with precision platformers. I completed it through sheer dumb luck 😂
 

Lucky_Deity

Student Council President
Been playing Persona 4 Golden the past month (though been busy the last few weeks so haven't had the chance to have a long gaming session as I can never play it in short bursts, too addictive) and I think it may actually be my new favourite game of all time, I've enjoyed every second of it and I am so attached to the cast, will wait until I finish it to give my complete thoughts though.

I am a massive Sonic fan and enjoy the majority of the games regardless of quality but there has been a few of the mainline games I've never actually beat as every time I play them I either get bored or they have really annoying sections but I've finally sat down and finished two out of the remaining three the last few days.

Sonic Lost World - Now that I've played all of it, it wasn't as bad as my previous playthrough attempts but I'll still rate it pretty low on my enjoyment factor, though the gameplay and mechanics have some interesting ideas such as parkour, I find the controls quite finicky and they caused me to die a lot and I'm used to awkward mechanics in Sonic games, trust me. Sonic's base speed is pretty slow as well which is always a downfall in a Sonic game.
Since Colours the stories haven't been that great either and this is the same, the characters dialogue is just them saying a bunch of things and feels very unnatural and doesn't flow well. The new villains of the game, the Deadly Six are some of the worst villains in Sonic history and SEGA and Sonic Team keep forcing them down our throats, I feel with the right execution they could be redeemed but would need a bit of an overhaul, they have no goals outside of being mad at Eggman which is at least something I guess but we get no lore or backstory on them apart from that they're known as Zeti and live in these mysterious floating islands known as the Lost Hex which we no nothing about as well.
For the positives, the stages even if not always designed the best are pretty to look at and there are some standout stages, though not as detailed as say Unleashed, being more cartoony and block coloured, it works for the tone of the game. The music is also pretty great as with most Sonic games, not as memorable as some but the music for the rail grinding stages would likely be my favourite track.
Overall, despite more negatives than positives, I found the game fine though I'd rather play any other of the mainline games apart from the few I'm about to mention.

Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode I - One of the most bland Sonic games, thankfully it's very short, cba to even talk about it tbh, doubt I'll go back to it unless I do an entire Sonic marathon sometime. Not counting spin-offs (such as Labyrinth), my least favourite Sonic game.

Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode II - The last mainline Sonic game I have not finished yet which I'm currently playing through, an improvement over Episode I, looks better, sounds better and more interesting levels as opposed to discount Green Hill, Casino Night, Labyrinth and Metropolis from Episode I. Unfortunately the gameplay is still the same with some added team mechanics with Tails which are fine but apart from that, more of the same but with a better coat of paint. One of the bosses was annoying me a bit earlier so will go back to it later / tomorrow as it isn't a long game either.
 
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RadFemHedonist

Pokémon Master
I tried playing a western VN called Cinders the other day, I actually quite liked it (my main reservation is I'm hoping it doesn't just turn into victim-blaming nonsense as I'm getting a slight vibe of that maybe), it's based on the fairytale Cinderella, and is billed as a "your choices matter" kind of story. I dunno if anyone else here has played it but I think I will revisit it and play more of it, maybe delve in and play for hours in a single day or as a steady drip. As others here generally know I'm not much of a gamer, but VNs I enjoy here and there :)
 

Gemsy-chan

Soul Reaper
Been playing the demo for Fire Emblem Warriors: Three Hopes...the opening is instead of merc Byleth being a teacher, its merc Shez being a student.

I am liking it and can't wait for the LE to arrive.
 

Dai

Thousand Master
Ghostwire: Tokyo
For a game about exorcising yurei and yokai, the gameplay was a lot more conventional than I'd hoped when I saw the reveal trailer. You use magical abilities for the most part, but they just act like regular weapons in practice: magic handgun (literally a finger gun), magic shotgun, and magic grenade launcher. Combat is serviceable, but nothing special. It's possible that something more distinct was originally planned and ditched when they couldn't get it to work properly, since some non-combat tasks do require gesture-based inputs to perform hand seals, but it's awkward and imprecise.

The real star of Ghostwire is its abandoned, monster-infested Tokyo. It's an atmospheric environment built with a Shenmue level of obsessive attention to detail, and has a surprising amount of verticality with plenty of opportunities to climb up to roof level. It's lucky that the environment encourages exploration because the game places an unusually large emphasis on hunting for collectables. You only gain a little experience from completing missions and none from combat, so if you want to level up and unlock more abilities you need to hunt every nook and cranny for lost spirits that grant XP, cat statues that drop money, Jizo statues that increase your ammo limit, and a bunch of others. There are literally thousands of things scattered around to find.

The main plot is the same save-the-woman-from-the-bad-guy fare that games have been trotting out since the original Donkey Kong, and it doesn't really pick up until its surprisingly heartfelt conclusion. The sidequests tend to be more interesting, since you're usually granting the last request of a lost spirit who needs help before they can cross over. The overall tone is unusually sombre for a big budget game, being mainly about loss, regret and finding peace. The sidequests are also where you encounter some mind-bending haunted environments and a host of traditional yokai.

Ghostwire ends up as a good game that never quite manages to break through to greatness. It's full of ambition, but it feels like compromises were made along the way. I paid £30 for it, and I'd say that's about what it's worth.
 

HWR

CCG’s Reaper
AUKN Staff
I’ve been replaying Bioshock and asides from the slightly clunky gunplay it’s still a superb piece of storytelling thanks to the deep levels of lore found in Rapture. I’ve also found that my choice of upgrades has been better this time around.
 

DragoStark

Student Council President
Finished up the first Uncharted game. I enjoyed it! I absolutely understand what Dai was talking about with the staggering though. Very irritating, especially because I find it hard enough to aim with a controller (I am a PC gamer first and foremost after all)
I also finished up Unchartered 2, and it's a bit better with the staggering. I had a better time with the shooting. Some of the dialogue is really cheesy but it's all fun. Not gonna lie, I died more times to falling than the enemies. Sometimes it wasn't very clear where to go so I was experimenting! 😂

Next up on the PS4 will be the Uncharted 3 even though I do really want to play Judgement. I'll finish up the trilogy first though, especially as I will no doubt forget the controls as I always do if I skip the third game and play it later.

I've also started up Dragon Ball Z: Kakarot on the PC (thanks to the steam sale. I also nabbed Muse Dash which is a ton of fun). I've had my eye on it for a while and I've been wanting to rewatch DBZ so I figured playing through the story will be just as good as a rewatch.
 

NormanicGrav

Grav's End Harem
AUKN Staff
While work and the anime simulcasts were taking up a lot of my time, I did manage to play a few games.



Game: 15 - Spirit Hunter: Death Mark (PlayStation 4)
Acquired: October 2021

Last year I acquired two of the three games in Experience's J-Horror visual novel trilogy called Spirit Hunter, dedicated to Japanese yokai-type monsters and spirits. The game is also a hybrid type similar to Zero Escape with visual novel dialogue combined with segments that rely on dungeon type exploration and point & click elements.

Starting off with Death Mark, the first one in the series. Death Mark starts off out of the door with a great premise - you're cursed, you have no idea who you are and you're only hope is going to a mansion with a talking doll who can help guide you and others who are stuck in a similar situation. The curse also has a time limit and your goal is to try and get out of this curse by facing these spirits. The story is presented in chapters, as you eventually encounter different spirits and characters throughout your journey, and each of them have great backgrounds and attitudes. The detective character in particular is pretty cool and plays an intriguing role in the story.

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The story also provides different dialogue choices that may change the story progression, and when you get into the main gameplay aspect, the decision to who you pick to assist you in your investigation can impact the ending and outcome of that situation. For instance, the wrong character could lead to your death, while the wrong choices could lead to your assist character's demise in the most gruesome way possible. The game does have to provide a balance in terms of tone and violence in order to avoid Japan's CERO Z rating, but the horror aspect is there and done well.

Speaking of horror, the game isn't scary in terms of jump scares but rather its atmosphere and tone. The spirit designs are creepy and what they do certainly makes you want to go 'nope' if you were in that situation. The solution to surviving these spirits is a great homage to the J-Horror genre because it's not done with the western mindset that physical items and guns can solve the problem - what Death Mark does is different by having you solve why the spirit is in their state and how you can use that knowledge to defeat them or save them. A random item you may find in one room could hold the key to protecting you in that moment. There will be dialogue choices or decision that are timed, and you should not waste these moments otherwise you will die sooner than later, so the emphasis of having to make a quick decision in seconds plays a big role in this series.

Death Mark is a short length story, with 9 hours of content to get through all of the chapters, their good & bad outcomes for each arc and the overall two main ending routes in the end. The length is just about right as it provides good pacing to tell its story without dragging each arc for the sake of it. There's also an additional story chapter that was not included in the Vita release at launch which is a pretty solid arc that helps provide a good idea on where the franchise would go from there. I also really liked the ending of the story which has a nice resolution that wraps up our main character's journey from start to finish.

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Also, the artwork and character designs by Rui Tomono and Fumiya Sumio are perfect. Not only do they provide a different representation to the game but it also captures that horror aspect for the spirit designs really well. It's unique and would love to see more of their work on other projects.

Spirit Hunter: Death Mark is a pretty solid visual novel experience, and it's available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo Switch, and PC (as well as Xbox One in Japan).



Game: 16 - Spirit Hunter: NG (PlayStation 4)
Acquired: October 2021

Following the success of Death Mark, Experience released a follow-up called NG which features a new cast of characters, setting, spirits and a whole new story altogether.

NG shares the same structure as Death Mark. Your character is cursed and is forced to play a game that results in your death if you don't deal with the spirits that are around in the city. You meet various characters along the way, and there's some added plot points that differentiates itself from Death Mark - for instance your character can use an ability that lets you view visions of spirits or other people based on the bloodstains laid around.

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The story is also darker than Death Mark in terms of the character's situation, where anywhere he goes is pretty much not safe and your choices do impact the situation more than before, for instance how well you react to your friends and their fates. If you decide for whatever reasons to pursue the bad ending then you're going into one of the more depressing outcomes you can have. I do think that Death Mark is scarier in terms of the gameplay but NG does a great job with the storylines, more specifically one about the Screaming Author arc which is truly ****** up when you learn more about its backstory.

The gameplay is also modified in various areas. The user interface has been changed, but the general concepts still remain such as pointing at which parts you want to interact, acquiring items and which partner to choose during the investigations. Spirit battles are pretty much the same, with the main difference being the UI redesigns.

NG also introduces a subplot involving D-Mail which are text messages requesting you find a card from time to time that provide extra background information for the world building. Also introduced are some branching paths that change the story and conversations, for instance you have to choose who's more important to you between some individuals at a certain point. There are also moments where you can choose how to react to a conversion, which can range between being angry or happy, but they don't make much of a difference outside of additional extra items in the background lore.

Death Mark is also referenced heavily throughout the story which is a nice added touch but you don't need to play the previous game to understand the full story for this one.

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Overall I found NG to be another great addition to the Spirit Hunter franchise. The story is interesting, the characters are likeable, and the art style continues to shine. The game also has a 'Scary Mode' which introduces more jump scares but I focused on the default mode for the story. The game's length is roughly the same as Death Mark but if you want to get the Platinum trophy you'll need to get all three endings that require making some save slots at a few certain points in the story.

Spirit Hunter: NG is available on PlayStation 4, PlayStation Vita, Nintendo Switch, and PC.



Game: 17 - Sisters Royale (PlayStation 4)
Acquired: October 2021

This is a short one but a nice addition to the mix. Sisters Royale, also known as Sisters Royale: I’m Being Harassed by 5 Sisters and It Sucks (Sisters Royale: 5 Shimai ni Iyagarase o Ukete Komatteimasu), is a shoot em up that consists of you controlling one of each sister as they battle their own to grab their love interest. There are five stages in total, with a different theme for each, and there's a boss fight at the end.

Much like other console versions, you have the option to keep continuing when you get a game over but the high score total will reset back to 0. That said, the game offers a solid challenge for the content that it has, with different difficulty modes available to change the pace. In addition each sister (which there are 5 in total), has their own style of combat against the obstacles on the screen.

Overall it's a fun short game, and I've tried out each of the sister characters at each difficulty to change up the pace. Sisters Royale is available digitally on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC with a physical version available in Japan that has English support.



My backlog so far:
#​
PC/Steam Backlog - Game Name:​
Genre:
1​
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the SkyTurn-Based RPG
2​
The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky SCTurn-Based RPG
#​
PlayStation 3 Backlog - Game Name:​
Genre:
1​
3D Dot Game HeroesAction RPG
2​
Castlevania: Lords of ShadowAction, Hack n Slash
3​
CatherinePuzzle
4​
Drakengard 3Action RPG
5​
Eternal SonataTurn-Based RPG
6​
FolkloreAction RPG
7​
inFAMOUSAction
8​
inFAMOUS 2Action
9​
Katamari ForeverPuzzle
10​
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time HDAction, Hack n Slash
11​
Prince of Persia: The Two Thrones HDAction, Hack n Slash
12​
Prince of Persia: Warrior Within HDAction, Hack n Slash
13​
PuppeteerPlatformer
14​
Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles HDOn-Rails Shooter
15​
Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles HDOn-Rails Shooter
16​
Sly Cooper: Thieves in TimeAction, Platformer
17​
Tears to Tiara II: Heir of the OverlordTactical RPG, Visual Novel
18​
Way of the Samurai 4Action
#​
PlayStation 4 Backlog - Game Name:Genre:
1​
13 Sentinels: Aegis RimTactical RPG, Visual Novel
2​
AI: The Somnium FilesAdventure, Visual Novel
3​
Black Clover: Quartet KnightsAction, Fighting
4​
Bullet Girls PhantasiaAction, Shooter
5​
The Caligula Effect: OverdoseTurn-Based RPG
6​
Captain Tsubasa: Rise of New ChampionsSports
7​
Chaos;ChildVisual Novel
8​
Conception Plus: Maidens of the Twelve StarsTurn-Based RPG
9​
Cyberdimension Neptunia: Four Goddesses OnlineAction RPG
10​
Danganronpa 1 ReloadVisual Novel
11​
Danganronpa 2 ReloadVisual Novel
12​
Danganronpa V3: Killing HarmonyVisual Novel
13​
Date A Live: Rio-Reincarnation - 1: Rinne UtopiaVisual Novel, Dating Sim
14​
Date A Live: Rio-Reincarnation - 2: Ars InstallVisual Novel, Dating Sim
15​
Date A Live: Rio-Reincarnation - 3: Twin Edition: Rio ReincarnationVisual Novel, Dating Sim
17​
Disaster Report 4: Summer MemoriesAdventure, Simulation
18​
Dragon's Crown ProAction RPG
19​
Fate/Extella LinkMusou
20​
Final Fantasy VIII RemasteredTurn-Based RPG
21​
Full Metal Panic! Fight! Who Dares WinTactical RPG
22​
Gal*Gun 2On-Rails Shooter
23​
Gintama RumbleAction, Musou
24​
Gravity Rush 2Action, Platformer
25​
Is it Wrong to Try to Pick Up Girls in a Dungeon? Infinite CombateAction RPG
26​
JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: Eyes of HeavenFighting
27​
Kotodama: The 7 Mysteries of FujisawaPuzzle, Visual Novel
28​
LangrisserTactical RPG
29​
Langrisser IITactical RPG
30​
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold SteelTurn-Based RPG
31​
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IITurn-Based RPG
32​
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IIITurn-Based RPG
33​
The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel IVTurn-Based RPG
34​
Megadimension Neptunia VIITurn-Based RPG
35​
Megadimension Neptunia VIIRTurn-Based RPG
36​
MELTY BLOOD: TYPE LUMINAFighting
37​
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja StormAction, Fighting
38​
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 2Action, Fighting
39​
Naruto Shippuden Ultimate Ninja Storm 3Action, Fighting
40​
Neptunia Virtual StarsAction
41​
Neptunia x Senran Kagura: Ninja WarsAction
42​
Ni no Kuni: Wrath of the White Witch RemasteredTurn-Based RPG
43​
Ni no Kuni II: Revenant KingdomAction RPG
44​
Nights of AzureAction RPG
45​
Nights of Azure 2: Bride of the New MoonAction RPG
46​
One Piece Unlimited World RedAction
47​
One Piece: Pirate Warriors 3Musou
48​
Our World Is EndedVisual Novel
49​
Persona 5 RoyalTurn-Based RPG
50​
Persona 5 StrikersAction RPG, Musou
51​
Punch LineVisual Novel
52​
Raging LoopVisual Novel
53​
Re:ZERO -Starting Life in Another World-: Prophecy of the ThroneVisual Novel
54​
Resident EvilSurvival Horror
55​
Resident Evil 0Survival Horror
56​
Resident Evil 4Action Horror
57​
Robotics;Notes DaSHVisual Novel
58​
Robotics;Notes ELITEVisual Novel
59​
SD Gundam G Generation Cross RaysTactical RPG
60​
SD Gundam G Generation GenesisTactical RPG
61​
Secret of ManaAction RPG
62​
Sengoku Basara 4: SumeragiMusou
63​
Senran Kagura Burst Re:NewalAction
64​
Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne HD RemasterTurn-Based RPG
65​
Shining Resonance: RefrainAction RPG
66​
Steins;Gate EliteVisual Novel
67​
Super Neptunia RPGTurn-Based RPG
68​
Super Robot Wars 30Tactical RPG
69​
Super Robot Wars OG: The Moon DwellersTactical RPG
70​
Super Robot Wars TTactical RPG
71​
Super Robot Wars XTactical RPG
72​
Sword Art Online: Fatal BulletAction RPG
73​
Taiko no Tatsujin: Drum Sessions!Music, Rhythm
74​
Tales of BerseriaAction RPG
75​
Tales of VesperiaAction RPG
76​
Tales of ZestiriaAction RPG
77​
Tokyo Xanadu eX+Action RPG
78​
Trials of ManaAction RPG
79​
Utawarerumono: Mask of DeceptionTactical RPG, Visual Novel
80​
Utawarerumono: Mask of TruthTactical RPG, Visual Novel
81​
Utawarerumono: Prelude to the FallenTactical RPG, Visual Novel
82​
Utawarerumono: ZanAction, Musou
83​
Valkyria Chronicles 4Tactical RPG
84​
Valkyria RevolutionAction RPG
85​
Wing of DarknessAction, Arcade
86​
The Witch and the Hundred Knight Revival EditionAction RPG
87​
WORLDEND SYNDROMEVisual Novel
88​
Yakuza 3 RemasteredAction Beat em up
89​
Yakuza 4 RemasteredAction Beat em up
90​
Yakuza 5 RemasteredAction Beat em up
91​
YU-NO: A Girl Who Chants Love at the Bound of this WorldVisual Novel
92​
Ys IX: Monstrum NoxAction RPG
#PlayStation 5 Backlog - Game Name:Genre:
1​
JudgmentAction, Beat em up
2​
Lost JudgmentAction, Beat em up
3​
Neptunia ReVerseTurn-Based RPG
4​
NiohAction Souls RPG
5​
Nioh 2Action Souls RPG
6​
Record of Lodoss War: Deedlit of Wonder LabyrinthMetroidvania RPG
7​
Stranger of Paradise: Final Fantasy OriginAction Souls RPG
8​
Yakuza 7: Like a DragonTurn-Based RPG
#​
PlayStation Vita Backlog - Game Name:Genre:
1​
Bullet GirlsAction, Shooter
2​
Freedom WarsAction
3​
Hyperdevotion Noire: Goddess Black HeartTactical RPG
4​
Hyperdimension Neptunia U: Action UnleashedAction
5​
MegaTagmension Blanc + Neptune VS ZombiesAction, Musou
6​
Muv-LuvVisual Novel, Dating Sim
7​
Muv-Luv AlternativeVisual Novel
8​
Superdimension Neptune vs SEGA Hard GirlsTurn-Based RPG
9​
Valkyrie Drive BhikkhuniAction
#Nintendo Switch Backlog - Game Name:Genre:
1​
Fire Emblem: Three HousesTactical RPG
2​
Mario Kart 8 DeluxeRacing
3​
New Super Mario Bros U DeluxePlatformer
4​
Senran Kagura ReflexionsSimulation
5​
Super Mario 3D World + Bowser's FuryAction, Platformer
6​
Super Mario 64Action, Platformer
7​
Super Mario GalaxyAction, Platformer
8​
Super Mario SunshineAction, Platformer
9​
Super Smash Bros. UltimateFighting
10​
Xenoblade Chronicles: Definitive EditionAction RPG
11​
Xenoblade Chronicles 2Action RPG

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52 Games Goal:
No.Game
Console​
Acquired​
Genre
1​
Sengoku Basara: Samurai Heroes
PS3​
2017​
Musou
2​
Toukiden 2
PS4​
2019​
Hunter RPG
3​
Fist of the Nort Star: Lost Paradise
PS4​
2019​
Action, Beat em Up
4​
JUMP FORCE
PS4​
2022​
Fighting
5​
Saint Seiya: Soldiers' Soul
PS4​
2020​
Fighting
6​
Code Vein
PS4​
2020​
Action Souls RPG
7​
Super Robot Wars V
PS4​
2019​
Tactical RPG
8​
Gran Turismo 7
PS5​
2022​
Racing
9​
Onechanbara Z2: Chaos
PS4​
2020​
Action, Hack n Slash
10​
SG/ZH: School Girl / Zombie Hunter
PS4​
2021​
Action, Shooter
11​
Ratchet & Clank: QForce
PS3​
2021​
Action, Platformer
12​
Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One
PS3​
2021​
Action, Platformer
13​
Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 2: Sisters Generation
Vita​
2018​
Turn-Based RPG
14​
Hyperdimension Neptunia Re;Birth 3: V Generation
Vita​
2018​
Turn-Based RPG
15​
Spirit Hunter: Death Mark
PS4​
2021​
Visual Novel
16​
Spirit Hunter: NG
PS4​
2021​
Visual Novel
17​
Sisters Royale: Five Sisters Under Fire
PS4​
2021​
Shoot em up

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RadFemHedonist

Pokémon Master
Just Wordle these days

Sooo relatable lol I deleted all the app games from my iPod and iPad recently to make sure I spend my time more constructively as I played waaaay too much sometimes and disliked how cluttered the games were making things, also the money trap element of many of them bugged me a lot... hopefully this will help fuel creativity and get me to play more of the games in my Steam library :)
 
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