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Games you've beaten in 2023.


Sep 12, 2023
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Finished this one a few days ago. Criminally short but for the price it's a decent one off experience and portrays what it wants to well. Not sure about the DDLC comparison because I didn't really see it as a horror game, not in the traditional sense anyways. Have to give the game props for featuring one of the more realistic mental breakdowns of an internet celeb I've ever seen in a game, down to the drug induced paranoia and becoming nearly illegible or the savior ending. Very similar to events that I've seen actually happen online.
i think it was more of a misconception on my end. when i bought the game, i didnt know anything about it so i expected it to go the horror route like ddlc. AFTER playing, i shouldnt really compare it to ddlc since they arent similar at all aside from both having an anime overlay. ヽ(´ー`)┌

featuring one of the more realistic mental breakdowns of an internet celeb I've ever seen in a game
i can def agree with this one displayed mental problems better than i could have possibly imagined it would


Internet Refugee
Jul 14, 2023
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so far, I've beaten
  • Yakuza 0: I bought it on steam 4 years ago and never really got through the first chapter. I finally decided to play it and it was great, but I'm not sure if I can handle playing 7 yakuza games after this.
  • Bayonetta: I've always seen people praising bayonetta and I bought it on a sale to see if it lived up to the hype. It was a good experience, but not as good as I was expecting. The combat is fun, but the enemy variety is kinda low and most of the bosses are forgettable imo. I found the story quite dull as well, but the characters are cool.
  • Killer is dead: this was my first SUDA51 game and it kinda disappointed me, but I know most fans of his work don't really like this game. It's not bad though, I really like the style and despite the gameplay being a bit clunky, it's really fun.
    • needy streamer overlord
      picked it up cause it gave ddlc energy and played about half the endings of the game. felt unreasonably short compared to ddlc but maybe it's unfair to compare them??
    I also played needy streamer overlord this year and I really liked it overall. But just adding something here, the true ending is only unlockable if you play all the endings, so it's not that short. I think it took me around 16 hours or a bit more to get the true ending

Descarte Yee

The 4th musketeer
Oct 25, 2021
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Well, 2023 is about half over. What games have you beaten so far this year?

1. Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door
2. Spyro: Year of the Dragon (117% AND all the Skill Points)
I uh, beat the original Fallout again.
Virtual Cafe Awards
Dec 13, 2022
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is the remake any good? I've never played the original and I wanted to get more into immersive sims
yes i dont reccomend it for everyone but if ur going into immersive sims def play it i think it improves on the original and from what i hear there is a final section in the original that people hate thats fixed in the remake and i hear the original also had a hacking minigame that was atrocious but now better in the remake
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