The last game you completed

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What was the last game that you completed, and how would you rate it?

Completing games is not something I do often. The most recent game I completed was Halo Reach for the MCC on PC. I had originally played it on 360, but I barely remembered the campaign so it was great to get back in it. I haven't played much of the multiplayer, but I'd give the campaign 8/10 (nostalgia could play a big part)
 
Jan 13, 2020
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Metro Exodus.

Man, those levels in the pitch black bunkers being chased by giant spiders really creeped me out and I couldn't stop itching whilst playing them:anguished:
 
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Jan 14, 2020
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Gears 5

This is the second Gears game i've played since the first one, nice looking locations & "exploration", story is ok i guess, but the combat & movement is trash... like zero development in this department you won't notice any difference between this & the first game, could've been a lot better, a lot faster, a lot more brutal.

Best console port i've seen in while.
 
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Inspireless Llama

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I can't even remember it for sure, but according to Steam the last game I finished (just the story, not 100% achievements) was Middle-Earth: Shadow of War. But I think that I finished Assassin's Creed Origins after that.
 
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Gabriel Knight: The Beast Within

Wonderful interactive point-and-click game with a solid story, eerie atmosphere, and fantastic soundtrack. Excellent actors and for the majority of the puzzles, it is pretty straightforward. Well, except for one particular obstacles, that you will love to hate because of it's utter ridiculousness.

I rate it a 9.9/10.​
 
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Mirrors Edge Catalyst, I'd say it is at least as good as the first game if not a bit better because of the open world. I didn't care much for the story but climbing those massive buildings was thrilling, and I haven't had any game since Prince of Persia trigger my fear of heights so much as this game did. And it was awesome. Also the open world and challenges are very fun to run through even after the story is done.
 
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I prefer games that don't have ends but I guess the last game I completed was Journey. Its not hard to finish, only lasts 90 minutes from start to end (unless you dawdle) but I think I have finished it about 250 times or more. I couldn't stop playing it...

Its special feature is its multiplayer, you can never play with people on your friends list, and you cannot communicate with the other player directly besides with a few sound effects. The magic is you never know how other player will react. Nor what country they are from. It doesn't matter.
 
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Beat Cultist Simulator quite recently, although I've been playing that one on my phone. I have a problem with not finishing what I start, however... the last game other than that one I recall finishing was the first Dishonored, and that took me until 2018 or 2019 to complete...
 
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Star Wars Fallen Order. It was okay. It was far from epic, but it had a good pace and didn't last too long. Unlike AC Odyssey which I'm playing on and off for a year now. I do like it though, might be one of the very few Ubi games I will actually try to complete. Not making any promises though ;)
 
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the last pc game i beat was Wolfenstein 2. Honestly it was crushing disappointment. It felt all wrong to play it. The weapons were meh, enemies soaked way too much damage, dual welding was practically a neccessity, health system wasn't great. In the new order you could augment your health/armor with collectibles but that wasn't possible besides playing through the main game. First it was lots of armor that then it balanced between health. Didn't help that if you picked the wrong augs it made life a lot more harder. The ram augment was pretty worthless besides the ability to not get knocked over by explosions.
 
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After 20 years of procrastination, I finally finished Roller Coaster Tycoon. The original released in 1999.

Also completed the single player of Skyrim for the first time. I've got at least 1000 hours on that game

Both are 10/10 games
It's goals status to finish the original RCT, Congrats!

Skyrim was such a great game, I don't even want to think about how many hours I have in that game...
 
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Call of Duty Modern Warfare. I'm not very happy with singleplayer, as the developers promised to show a gray war, without white and black, and in the end again evil russians. But still I played about 200 hours in multiplayer. It was pretty good. I also use a tracker here that helps me track statistics. This helps me understand that I'm starting to play better.
 
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McStabStab

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After 20 years of procrastination, I finally finished Roller Coaster Tycoon. The original released in 1999.
I see you're a person of culture as well. Bravo!

The last game I finished the main story on was Prey. I give it 7/10 - Although the game was the closest thing I've played to the System Shock series, the combat was so brutally un-fun that I have to mark it down a bit.
 

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