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Posted on January 21, 2009 at 3:01:10 [Post link]
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I'm sure that some of you have been in that situation: you purchase a game, play it... then for some reason you leave it aside, only to complete it years later. It's not because you hate the game, it can be for any number of reasons: don't feel like it, no time to dedicate to it, found something else to focus on, etc. It could also be that you purchased it long after many people, just like those who are now discovering Chrono Trigger for the first time.

I've done this a few times, with two notable cases:

- Final Fantasy VIII: Released in 1999, I got the game in 2000 or 2001 only to defeat the final boss in the summer of 2007. I didn't understand fully the junctionning system, so as the game moved on, I ended up being more and more underpowered. I was able to go on by relying on my GFs, until I faced a boss that didn't allow me to do that: Sorceress Adel. Being at disk 4, and close to the end of the game, being completely stuck wasn't a fun situation.

At that point, I had three alternatives: restart the game to built up my stats properly, take what I had and improve it as much as possible, or leave the game aside never to finish it.

Some years later, I decided to rely heavily on the strategy guide I had at home, fixed (for the most part) my stats, went back to that battle and thoroughly wiped the floor with Adel's ugly mug. The rest of the game was a breeze, and went by pretty quick.

- Star Fox Adventures: Released in 2002, I first purchased it in 2004 or so, and only ended up finishing it about two weeks ago. I'd play it for a while, forget about it... then resume playing a year or so later. The game is well done, the graphics are definitely nice, the soundtrack is great... but the whole package couldn't grab my attention. Maybe it's the Zelda-like gameplay that turned me off, I don't really like that series.

There are a few other titles that I have laying around, waiting to get some attention. Maybe I'll get back to them, maybe I won't: I'll see in the future, and report back if there's anything to be said!

What about you? I'm sure you have some games that suffered the same fate.


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Posted on January 21, 2009 at 3:08:51 [Post link]
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I leave a lot of games lying around uncompleted all the time. Some, like Okami, take a dedicated effort to finally complete. Others, like God of War 1, are never touched again due to the massive difficulty.

And Castlevania: Portrait of Ruin? Well, it's going to stay in my collection, uncompleted, until I can buy a Gameshark and MAKE IT MY BITCH.

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Posted on January 21, 2009 at 3:18:55 [Post link]
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Jet Force Gemini. That game was a bitch to complete; its one of the few games that had a final boss worthy of the title "Final boss". Plus, collecting all of the Tribals was annoying as hell. At first, I couldn't beat the final boss at all, he'd whoop my ass every time. So I gave up and shelved it for a while. A couple years down the line, I pulled it back down and tried my hand at it. That time, I didn't have any problems beating Mizar.

Also, Final Fantasy IX. God, I hated the final boss. It was another few years before I finally beat him, and then I had to play it all over because I couldn't remember what had happened before it!


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Posted on January 21, 2009 at 10:01:15 [Post link]
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Ah, cool topic! Of course I have some incomplete games to beat.


Breath of Fire - SNES - Incomplete - Frankly, I played through the sequels first, but that aside, I made it to the part where you have to pay 65000GP for an Icicle. And yeah, I just stopped playing it after. Guess I got more interested in other games.

Chrono Cross - PSX - Incomplete - I liked this game. I kept hearing about it and having played through the original, I picked it up for $20 brand new at an EB, as few as a couple of months back, surprisingly enough. I finally reunited Serge into his real body (damn, did that drag on) and now I'm suppose to make the Chrono Cross and do...something with it. Again, I lost sight and started playing other games. You know how hard it is to get back into an RPG after so long...

Chrono Trigger - SNES/PSX - Completed - Man, was my experience with this game ruined. Tell you the truth, I wasn't too fond of this game at first. People kept saying how great it was and since the SNES was retired at the time and the PSX had taken the scene, I saw Final Fantasy Chronicles, which has both Chrono Trigger and Final Fantasy IV in one game package, on two separate discs. With the inclusion of anime cut-scenes and a whole gallery of stuff to unlock, I thought the PSX version would be better by default. Boy, was I wrong. I remember thinking, " Ummmm, did the load times take this long in the original?" So, I made it to the Kingdom of Zeal and stopped playing right before the part where you have to "upgrade" Marle's pendant to get through the sealed door. By that point, I couldn't take it anymore. The load times were plain murder. Any chance of me maintaining interest in that game was arbitrarily trashed because of it, it was that bad. Then as luck would have it, it turns out the game store that I had rented the game from was actually still renting out SNES games, during the late years and near retirement of the PSX and N64, and I happened to see Chrono Trigger there for that system and decided to exchange rentals, shortly after my previous experience on the PSX. Tell you the truth, I remember being instantly relieved, as it was a huge improvement over the PSX version. But by that point, I really didn't feel like re-doing everything I had previously done on the PSX version again to compensate. And so, I abandoned it. But I still kept thinking about the game years after. I eventually bought Final Fantasy Chronicles, and decided to suck it up, as this may have been the only way for me to experience the game again, as the game store I was talking about closed down for good. I played through it, beat it, and even played long enough to unlock some other endings. I began to appreciate the game more, but still couldn't come to terms with the slow load times, and so, a year or so later, I decided to buy the SNES version off eBay, as I was buying a crap ton of older games from my childhood, so I'd be able to play them again, and start my now sterling collection. And since then, I now love Chrono Trigger, and the lesson it taught me. Bigger does NOT mean better. And now I'm playing the heck out of the DS version. Despite the additional content, previously not available in the original game, and the inclusion of all of the features from the PSX version, minus the crappy load times(which is exactly what I had hoped for), the original SNES version still stands out as my favorite version of that game.


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- Final Fantasy VIII: Released in 1999, I got the game in 2000 or 2001 only to defeat the final boss in the summer of 2007. I didn't understand fully the junctionning system, so as the game moved on, I ended up being more and more underpowered. I was able to go on by relying on my GFs, until I faced a boss that didn't allow me to do that: Sorceress Adel. Being at disk 4, and close to the end of the game, being completely stuck wasn't a fun situation.



Yes, the junctioning system feels a little incomplete itself. And I hate it when games, namely RPGs, have the all too familiar one-time-chances to get an item that can never be obtained once you've passed a certain point in the game shtick. I'm talking of course about the GFs and some of the Weapons Monthly Magazines. You can draw all of the missable GFs from various bosses inside Ultimecia's Castle, but they'll all be at lower levels and you'll need to spend more time just to get them up to par with your other ones. As for Weapons Monthly Mags, all I can say is thank God for Tonberry and his Shop Calling abilities. It's also worth noting that you can get back your airship, Ragnarok, and visit various places on the world map that namely have GFs, strangely not affected by time compression. Then there's the card game, Triple Triad. I was so close to getting all of the character cards! Stupid Rinoa and stupid random rule...and stupid CC Members that didn't come to my airship on the last disc because I was too busy enjoying the main game to care about doing a previous side-quest. At least the Queen of Cards is always available.

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Posted on January 21, 2009 at 15:13:45 [Post link]
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Anything except Sonic Unleashed I have gotten in the past few months.

...Including Re:Chain of Memories....

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Posted on January 22, 2009 at 2:27:24 [Post link]
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Oh boy...here we go...

Dranzer's top 5 games on my shelf I haven't/have refused to finish...

5. Mega Man X2
The one Mega man game in my library i've never beaten. I don't know why either, because it's not supposed to be the hardest Mega Man either. The Sigma Hologram is hell to me for some reason.

4. Battletoads
If you can't play through the same level fifty times and memorize where everything is and wen it happens you can't win at this game.


3. Devil May Cry 3
Alas, poor Dante, I hardly knew him, for I was too busy stomping on this disc out of pure hatred for what is considered one of the hardest games of all time. Oh god, the third rumble with Vergil...I broke two controllers because of it.

2. Ninja Gaiden Black
Fuck this game. There's no satisfaction for enduring one of the most terrifyingly difficult games of all time. This one is just plain a brutal marathon that doesn't let up, so eventually you just see this as futile. But even this whole game can't match number 1.

1. Xenosaga I: Zur wille dur macht
Oh god, this one is terrifying when I think about this. The whole point of the game is that there's 90 million game mechanic terms that you need to know to understand the game and properly destroy any boss, but once you know how, you make it your bitch. Except Albedo...oh fucking Albedo...This guy DOES NOT JUST DIE. I beat a side boss with higher HP than this guy, but I still can't beat this little bitch. Then you discover that you didn't power level nearly enough to gain the proper T. E. and S. points to even have close to the skills to take on Albedo anyways and that even when you do you'll still probably lose; this game is impossible to beat without a walkthrough. The game's first 1/3 is actually not that bad, but once 1/3 of this game is done the gloves come off and you're gonna get raped. And the game does you no favors, the normal enemies are brain dead, then the bosses are freaking gods...it's just plain hell for anyone that can't access a walkthrough or memorize about 50 different technical terms and know what ones affect each other.


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Posted on January 22, 2009 at 12:24:44 [Post link]
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Battletoads.


I second that. Damn that motorcycle level. This actually reminds me...

Double Dragon III - NES - Incomplete - Fugg this game. Fugg it to hell. One life? ONE LIFE! Even the Game Genie codes suck. I beat the previous two games, although I used a Game Genie (the codes aren't all that significant in these games either.) If you're a glutton for losing, then play this game.

Final Fantasy - NES - Incomplete - It's not that it was a bad game, it's just far too tedious, namely the battles. This is a game I can only play little bits at a time.

Ninja Gaiden I, II and III - NES - Incomplete - I made it to the last boss in the first one(I think) but if you lose to him, you have to start all the way back at the beginning of the first act of the entire stage. I'm wondering if there's something wrong with my game. It's really weird. It's like this:

Imagine you're playing Super Mario Bros., and you make it to level 8-3. Now lets say you die on the stage, but still have a couple of lives left. So you start back at the start of 8-3 or if you make it to the checkpoint, you re-start there. Makes sense so far? Well now, lets say you make it to Bowser on the final level, 8-4. If Bowser kills you then and there, just once, regardless of how many lives you still have left, you start back all the way back at the beginning of the entire world, 8-1.

How's that for a bitch?

I haven't really gotten into II or III because I want to beat them all in a succession. Haven't checked on the Game Genis codes for them either.

TMNT: The Manhattan Project - NES - Incomplete - It's not like it's that hard or boring of a game, I just kind of...I dunno...whatever. Again, I beat the first two (With cheats, of course).

Snake Rattle N' Roll - NES - Incomplete - Fun game, just haven't beaten it yet. Wish someone would play these co-op type games with me...:(

Castlevania III: Dracula's Quest and Super Castlevania IV - NES and SNES - Incomplete - They're both good games, I just haven't gotten that far into them. I beat the first two. No cheats this time! Hooray for infinite continues! Damn you Dracula in 1...

Bionic Commando - NES - Incomplete - It's a really cool game, it's just friggin' hard at times. I find the Bionic Arm works really inconsistently. Not having a jump certainly doesn't make it easy.

Lemmings - SNES - Incomplete - I love this game but with 128 levels, I'd say that's reason enough as to why I haven't finished it. I know there's passwords. I think I made it somewhere in 70s levels, from the beginning of the game. (Not all in one sitting.)

Resident Evil 3: Nemesis - GCN - Incomplete - Honestly, didn't care too much for this one. I thought when Capcom ported these games to the Gamecube, they'd revamp the graphics to all of the games in the series, like what they did for RE 1 and RE 0, but they didn't. Not that it's a bad thing, it's just...really lazy. I know I made that spiel about Chrono Trigger and how bigger doesn't mean better, but for some games, there are exceptions. Like survival horror games, where the atmosphere and details really add to the experience. Honestly, it's really hard to take this game seriously when it looks like it was made in record time to meet its' deadline.



I can't believe how many I had forgotten about. :hehe:

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Posted on January 23, 2009 at 3:56:19 [Post link]
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Imagine you're playing Super Mario Bros., and you make it to level 8-3. Now lets say you die on the stage, but still have a couple of lives left. So you start back at the start of 8-3 or if you make it to the checkpoint, you re-start there. Makes sense so far? Well now, lets say you make it to Bowser on the final level, 8-4. If Bowser kills you then and there, just once, regardless of how many lives you still have left, you start back all the way back at the beginning of the entire world, 8-1.


Are you serious about this one? I don't remember this at all, and I've replayed through that game multiple times... That sounds like the kind of evil tricks they'd pull in Super Mario Bros. 2 (JP version - that's the Lost Levels for you SNES people).


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Posted on January 23, 2009 at 4:49:41 [Post link]
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Imagine you're playing Super Mario Bros., and you make it to level 8-3. Now lets say you die on the stage, but still have a couple of lives left. So you start back at the start of 8-3 or if you make it to the checkpoint, you re-start there. Makes sense so far? Well now, lets say you make it to Bowser on the final level, 8-4. If Bowser kills you then and there, just once, regardless of how many lives you still have left, you start back all the way back at the beginning of the entire world, 8-1.


Are you serious about this one? I don't remember this at all, and I've replayed through that game multiple times... That sounds like the kind of evil tricks they'd pull in Super Mario Bros. 2 (JP version - that's the Lost Levels for you SNES people).



If it's not suppose to be that way for Ninja Gaiden, then maybe I'll consider getting another copy of it. Funny how some people don't give you ALL of the information on the item you're purchasing on eBay. Oh well. The end label on the copy I have is pretty torn up anyways (of course they didn't depict that in the item picture or description either.) I'll try playing through it all again before I consider re-purchasing it, however, I WAS playing it on an NES Top Loader/NES II. I wonder if that has anything to do with it.

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Posted on January 24, 2009 at 4:33:29 [Post link]
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Wait, I read your post wrong. I thought you were actually talking about Super Mario Bros. 1, and not Ninja Gaiden. Nevermind then: I didn't play that game!


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Breath of Fire 4 (trying to kill a Rider, I like getting everything before finishing)

Breath of Fire 1 (emulated, I forgot what I was supposed to do in the game...haha)

Breath of Fire 5 (I used up all my percent at last boss, nothing I could do...)

R-Type Final (I can't make it past freaking Gohma)

Tales of the Abyss (no idea what I'm supposed to do, yet again)

Valkyrie Profile 2 (technically got through it, but..secret dungeon I haven't)

DQ 8 (Just trying to level more and get rare items)

Persona 2 (X Prime and I netplay it and..well kaillera isn't exactly reliable and it pisses me off alot blah blah)

Phoenix Wright 3 (Dammit Capcom why are your first games so good, and all the sequels so boring or skippable...)

I'm well known for the "play it til near-end and stop" syndrome. I like to get my money's worth I guess.


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(Dammit Capcom why are your first games so good, and all the sequels so boring or skippable...)


Funny that, you could say that the sequels to many of their games are better than the first one: Mega Man 2, Mega Man Battle Network 2 and 3, Street Fighter II...


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Haha, just thinking of those games makes me feel small for not completing some of the games I own... o.o;;

Pokemon XD: I just got it about 5 days ago, 'nuff said. xD

Persona 3: I got it a couple months ago, and I just can't get into it quite yet. I don't know what it is, but whenever I play it, it just feels weird.. That and I work my party way too hard... Poor Misato is always tired and sick on my file, XD;

Crisis Core FFVII: Bought it, got halfway, my PSP f***ed up, deleted everything on my PSP, and I refused to touch this game again. I worked my ass off for 2 days (Very few breaks for food, bathroom, and sleep) on it and it all went down the drain.. T_T

Assassin's Creed: Damn Templars and flags...

Devil May Cry 1-3: Beat storyline and ended it there. My hands couldn't take it anymore, and look, now I own DMC4, and my hands are screaming! DX

Zelda Majora's Mask: I KNOW. But I just couldn't get the hang of the three days and Ocarina songs or anything. Hell, I couldn't even get Epona by myself! SO ASHAMED.

Megaman Legends: Haha. Never did finish it before I got rid of my PS1.

Megaman X4-X6: I first played them when I was about 12, and didn't beat them for real until just a couple months ago, and I'm almost 19 now. HOW LAME.


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Super Robot Wars A Portable (PSP) - unfinished - Broken game mechanics, bugged hit rates (I have 99% to hit the enemy, the enemy has 10% to hit me. I'll miss and he'll crit my unit, killing it in the process.) High Level bosses early in the game (having to kill two 30k HP, one 40k HP and one 60k HP boss on level 7 = a huge wtf?) And tons of other stuff...Thank god the animations are awesome, or else I would've sold it to someone.

Final Fantasy III (NDS) - incomplete - Boring. Changed some stuff from the NES version from what I hear. No save point in the final dungeon...yeah.

Metal Gear Solid 3 (PS2) - incomplete - Bought the game when it came out, played it a bit...never continued...heh.

Mega Man III (GB) - incomplete - First Mega Man I bought when I was a kid. Was too busy playing the Zelda GB game at the time. Eventually lost the cartridge...D:


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Mega Man III (GB) - incomplete - First Mega Man I bought when I was a kid. Was too busy playing the Zelda GB game at the time. Eventually lost the cartridge...D:


Probably for the best. That's the hardest Mega Man game in the original series, IMO. Damn tight corridors and unseeable ceilings.

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there was one game that took me a longer than normal time and that was the first onimusha game and thats because i wasnt used to being offensive against enemies in games i've always been defense and speed based in fights


yugioh is the best game
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Incomplete game?



Snk vs. capcom card fighters ds
that game is glitched, i'll never finish

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Every mmbn and mmsf, especially sf2.It took me 2 days just to beat Apolloflame DX, plus, I still lose most wi-fi matches.

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Couple newbies:

Gears of War 2- Not really so much that I was pissed so much as I really lost interest. It's not that much better than the first; and, honestly, I find the multiplayer vastly overrated. This took me like 40 hours, so I have to put it here.

Bioshock- I just suck at it. That's all.

Persona 4- Honestly, I speedran persona 3 on my first playthrough. I was expecting the same from 4, but I guess it wasn't meant to be.

Just a few additions, that's all.


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Posted on March 25, 2009 at 18:47:41 [Post link]
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At every single game I start, I honestly expect that I won't finish it. Except with the Super Mario Bros. for the GBA, I still haven't beaten the last level there. (And I lost the data on that game too! GAAAHHH!!)


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