Games Finished September 2023


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Going on now for 6th year! I hope it has helped you as it helped me keeping my backlogs in check while enjoying my games.

Not every month someone will be finishing a lot, as there are months where a person just can't finish anything. Then you got that streak going in another month.

Also, if you plan to replay the game, it is fine but don't repeat it at a later month as first completion is what counts.

Another thing is the criteria of what is considered completed in unclear games such as team based multiplayer games; I would say set a target for that. E.g. I considered Overwatch completed when I reached level 100. Or when I finished story mode (which was a long movie sequence) in Guilty Gear Xrd Revelator. You decide what you consider is completed as long as it is reasonable to a certain extend and correlate-able to a single player experience.

DLC completed at a separate time from the main game and has enough content (+1 hour) can be counted as a separate completion.

Console completions can be accepted as long as the main focus is still PC overall.

Completed Games:​​​​​​​​​​
726-Mortal Kombat 1
727-Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon​

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This time I was held up since I was out of the country for a week. Here is my progress and hope more people join in:

726-Mortal Kombat 1: A great entry for MK after my initial doubts when it was announced. Wacky story and great gameplay. Good roster. Not as polished as SF6 and a bit lacking in side content vs MK11 but to me, it is great enough.

727-Armored Core VI: Fires of Rubicon​​: Loved this and enjoyed tinkering with builds. Reminds me heavily of Virtual On. Replayed it three times for all endings. Worth it.
1 Game, Starfield.

I had a good time doing side quests/faction quests in this game, the main quest is meh, better than the one in fallout 4 though.

I hope that they can fix the exploration aspect with patches/expansions, as the current game does not feel like a game that people will play for years like their previous games.
Nice remembering MNB4800!

Just 1 for me.

Sniper Elite V2. Game seemed impossible when I first played it in 2015 but something kicked me into playing it again this month. Not sure how a game with unlimited health could be difficult. The respawning enemies int he later levels were annoying but overall, very enjoyable.
Only three this month.
Pentiment - Interesting. I like the style and I think it does a very good job of depicting life in the period. I also like that the mystery never holds your hand. In the end I will never know if I was right or not.
Shadows of a Doubt - A bit of a cheat as it is still Early Access with new content still being added but I have retired a detective. Very clever game though it gets a little easy once you figure out how the world works.
Paquarette Down the Bunburrows - A bit of a cheat (again). I've reached the end credits but I know from comments and achievements that this game holds many secrets that I was not smart enough to uncover. Still fun though.
None for me in September. School vacation's over and that's obvious from my gametime, and the playtime I did spend, I spent on Assetto Corsa Competizione multiplayer (not new) and Red Dead Redemption 2 (not finished). Good times though!
5 games for me.

Starfield, Trine 5: A Clockwork Conspiracy, The Expanse - A Telltale Series, Resident Evil 4: Separate Ways (DLC), Bramble: The Mountain King

Had a good time with all of them except The Expanse, which was pretty crap.
1 game beaten for September, just Mario + Rabbids: Sparks of Hope.

Now playing Paper Mario: Origami King and Final Fantasy VII (original)