Games I’ve played

Thought I’d make a list of all the games that I’ve played through and use a 10 point grading scale to rate them with 10 being the highest and 1 being the lowest. When it comes to games I don’t care what critics and fanboys say about them, because none of that really matters, since everybody has their own preferences about the gaming styles and what one loathes the other one might love. For example, I don’t like games that have timely missions and where you have to fail 10x before you get one mission done (Hint: Rockstar games), and the same goes for the choice based games, I wouldn’t even call them games, more like interactive movies. Games are supposed to be fun, not stress you out or make them feel like hard work (or be a big snooze fest).

Most times when I start playing something I just HAVE to finish it because I can’t leave things unfinished and sometimes games that start out being boring have a chance of redeeming themselves. But there have also been a handful of games that I couldn’t play more than 30 minutes and I quit because they were just incredibly boring. Republique was one of those games (and TERA), but I still kept the game on my computer for about half a year thinking that I might try to play through it eventually but nope, I couldn’t make myself to touch that crapola again.

  • Borderlands
    – Borderlands DLC: Claptrap’s New Robot Revolution
    – Borderlands DLC: Mad Moxxi’s Underdome Riot
    – Borderlands DLC: The Secret Armory of General Knoxx
    – Borderlands DLC: The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned
    Rating: 8/10
    Replay Value: Yes
  • Borderlands 2
    Rating: 7/10
    Replay Value: Yes
  • Tales From The Borderlands
    Rating: 7/10
    Replay Value: Yes
    Such an amazing game. The story is thoroughly interesting with memorable characters and the humor was top notch which is one of the things that makes the Borderlands games so great. Borderlands always gives me the feels.
  • Beyond: Two Souls (PS3)
    Rating: 1/10
    Replay Value: No
    A choice based game where they tried so hard to include all kinds of emotional triggers to make the players feel something. I just found it thoroughly boring and the protagonist Jodie had a guilty face on the whole time like a puppy who peed on the carpet and feels bad for it.
  • Hunted: The Demon’s Forge
    Rating: 6/10
    Replay Value: No
  • Dreamfall: The Longest Journey
    Rating: 6/10
    Replay Value: No
  • Dreamfall Chapters
    – Book 1
    Rating: 7/10
    Replay Value: No
  • BioShock Infinite (PS3)
    – BioShock Infinite: Burial at Sea (PC)
    – Clash in the Clouds (PC) (Horrible arena DLC, I can’t imagine anybody enjoying that grindfest)
    Rating: 10/10
    Replay Value: Yes
    The most beautiful scenery I’ve ever seen in a game along with a multi-layered in-depth storyline.
  • Saints Row III
    Rating: 5/10
    Replay Value: No
  • Saints Row IV
    – Enter the Dominatrix
    – How the Saints Saved Christmas
    Rating: 10/10
    Replay Value: Yes
  • Saints Row: Gat out of Hell (PS3)
    Rating: 10/10
    Replay Value: Yes
  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
    – The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Dawnguard
    – The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Dragonborn
    – The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – Hearthfire
    Rating: 10/10
    Replay Value: Yes
  • Sims 3
    Rating: 9/10
    Replay Value: Yes
  • Caesar III
    Rating: 7/10
    Replay Value: Yes
    It’s an older game (made in 1998) but it’s got a great replay value and doesn’t ever get boring.
  • Virtual Villagers
    Rating: 5/10
    Replay Value: No
  • Contrast
    Rating: 1/10
    Replay Value: No
    The game mechanics are probably the worst I’ve ever seen. Things not working the way they should along with bugs that corrupted the whole game so I couldn’t even finish it. A box disappeared at one point so there was no way of continuing the game, then I got stuck behind a treasure chest and when I tried to load the last save it said it was corrupted so I had no ways of finishing it without starting it all over again (no thanks). Very buggy and a boring game in overall.
  • Alice: Madness Returns
    Rating: 10/10
    Replay Value: Yes
    My favorite game of all times. It offers a wide variety of weapons so you can develop your own strategy to take down enemies. The storyline is really engaging and gets pretty disturbing near the end and the graphics are also such an eye candy.
  • Firewatch
    Rating: 2/10
    Replay Value: No
    Amazing graphics are really the only good thing I can say about the game. The game just makes you wanna do off with your character if you could because the whole storyline along with the ending was so depressing. Once you finish the game I can guarantee that it will leave you feeling like crap and thinking what a waste of time it was.
  • Ori and the Blind Forest
    Rating: 4/10
    Replay Value: No
    It’s got nice graphics and a good gameplay but the further you get in the game the more challenging and difficult it gets. It got pretty tedious eventually doing the same thing over and over again and way too much backtracking to collect all the collectibles which are pretty useless to begin with.
  • Thief (PS3)
    Rating: 5/10
    Replay Value: No
  • Mass Effect 3 (PS3)
    Rating: 5/10
    Replay Value: No
    Engaging story and memorable characters, but the game dragged on for way too long and the last big fight was a headache. The ending was pretty depressing.
  • Call of Duty: Ghosts (PS3)
    Rating: 9/10
    Replay Value: Yes
    It had an engaging storyline and offered a wide variety of different gameplays throughout the game.
  • Life Is Strange
    Rating: 1/10
    Replay Value: No
    Unbelievably boring teenage hipster game with a depressing ending (no matter which ending you choose).
  • Brink (PS3)
    Rating: 4/10
    Replay Value: No
    I assume the developers of this game wanted to get this game pumped out asap because all characters have the exact same inbred face, just differently clothed. If you like mindless shooting games then this is it.
  • Viscera Cleanup Detail: Santa’s Rampage
    Rating: 5/10
    Replay Value: No
  • Off-Peak
    Rating: 1/10
    Replay Value: No
  • Worms Armageddon
    Rating: 6/10
    Replay Value: Yes
  • Samorost 2
    Rating: 10/10
    Replay Value: Yes

Online games:

  • Silkroad Online
    Rating: 9/10
    Replay Value: Yes
  • Rift
    Rating: 10/10
    Replay Value: Yes
  • Defiance
    Rating: 6/10
    Replay Value: Yes
  • Warframe
    Rating: 5/10
    Replay Value: No
  • TERA
    Rating: 1/10
    Replay Value: No

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Society today

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American Women

I agree with the original poster 100% because I have had the exact same experience here with majority of women that I have had the pleasure to come in contact with. Every single point of his hits the nail on the head. Of course not everybody is like that but majority really is.

http://blog.happierabroad.com/2014/01/things-ive-noticed-about-american-women.html

“I’ve heard them ALWAYS putting their needs and desires before those of others and offering NOTHING but a fecal sandwich in return.”

“When they are not cursing like a drunken Oscar the Grouch, even to their children, they are using gangster parlance. Yes, grown women not even from impoverished areas speaking like they are rappers. Their laughter at the highest decibel level accompanied by incessant and asinine chatter is something that unpleasantly distinguishes them from other women.”

“When they’re finished with their unhealthy meals they burp, fart and laugh about it afterwards.”

“In their arsenal of annoyance, distraction and mediocrity are incessant and loud socializing, ear-piercing laughter, constant absenteeism, singing and humming, foot-tapping/stomping, gum-snapping, mobile phones going off loudly and vibrating like small motors, personal phone calls on company time and disappearing acts from desks via extended and unauthorized breaks.”

“Too many times over the years, I’ve heard American women demand that a man have a six-figure income, live in a McMansion and drive whatever the f*ck is in the latest James Bond flick in order to even date them.”

“American women are too busy stuffing their faces at fast food joints and consuming overpriced drinks at Starsucks to even try to make a home-cooked meal.”

“American women have relegated men to nothing but sperm donors and walking ATMs.”

“When some American women found out that I was dating overseas and why I was doing so, in addition to being shocked, they still had the nerve to tell me I wasn’t looking hard enough or in the right places. I guess to them, I had to either settle for mediocrity stateside by “waiting for the right time” or go to Mars and marry a green chick with three breasts.”

“Hence, a typical conversation between American women is annoying, distracting, irrelevant and lacks any substance. American women are as useful as a bag of M&M’s in a brush fire. If you can’t have an intelligent conversation with an American women, how can you be intimate with them?”

“Being a nice guy in America is a death sentence while being an a**hole, a convicted felon, a drinker, a drug abuser, a cheater, a douchebag and a hothead is royalty.”

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Truth be told about No Man’s Sky :’D

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An excellent wording and opinion on the matter. I wish opinions like this would be more common.

“Only the weak minded need religion. It helps keep them in line and gives them some kind of purpose. Those same people will raise weak minded children and the cycle will just continue as it has for millennia. It’s a waste of time challenging them on their beliefs because the programming goes WAY beyond this generation. The best thing you can do is raise your OWN children to have an open mind, question everything and form their own opinions and their own faith, whatever that may be. THAT is good parenting.”

“Show me where I said ALL religious people are weak minded…..don’t worry, I’ll wait. I know many strong minded people who have CHOSEN to be religious because it fits how they already live their lives and in many cases, the religion they chose is different than what their parents chose for them. The weak people I’m referring to are those who blindly follow the faith assigned to them by their parents. The same kind of people who generally believe everything the government and media tells them, the same ones who think “if everyone else is doing it, it must be right”……in short, those who don’t think for themselves but rather live their lives by default. I’m not judging them, per se, but it’s my opinion that those are weak minded people. Easy to manipulate, easy to control. All of that being said, though, you’re right, to each his or her own and outside of this post, I don’t bother people about their beliefs unless they try to force them on me. In fact, this post by The Mind Unleashed is the first time in a LONG time I’ve even referenced religion and it will probably be another long time before I do it again. Religion and religious topics has no place in my day to day life, nor do I promote it to my children. My lessons to them are to do good, help those genuinely in need, be respectful of their elders and don’t do anything they wouldn’t want their own children to do one day. If they choose to take a religious path alongside that, then that’s their choice but I won’t force it on them or let anyone else force it on them. At ages 16, 11 and 8, thus far my method has worked fine as they are all happy, obedient, dedicated to their education and haven’t given me or their mother one reason to be concerned about their development as human beings. So…..yeah, that’s that.”

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