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Steam
Old School RuneScape Subscription
[144/154 Quests] Now I'm trying to AFK slayer training. But next up is fossil island wyverns? NOPE. Achievements: 20 / 20 (100%)

Updated about 14 hours ago    |    Online Info RobertPKer, level-104.

★★★★★ Best retro MMO, no doubt. 🟣πŸŽ₯ ||| Quests [144/154], Total Level [1840/2277], Achievement Diary [306/492], Music Tracks [581/715], Combat Tasks [41/421], Collection Log [278/1404] ||| Completing all current quests and claiming the quest point cape is the "beaten" objective. All achievement diaries, music tracks, and maxed skills are for "completed".
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Switch
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
WoL: Fully raided DK Island, looks like I'm heading for Rathalos at Forest Hill next.

Updated about 3 days ago

★★★★★ "I suck at Smash" -My 15 year old self πŸ”΄ ||| Clear World of Light to beat, Normal or Hard Mode only. Collect all spirits to complete (Including DLC). I'll probably include some extras for complete goal. ||| SPIRIT LOG 220/1513 (Latest: Phazon Suit)

RobertSlayer's Status

(U) Unfinished ?No significant accomplishments.     (B) Beaten ?The main objective has been accomplished. Usually marked by the defeat of a final boss and/or viewing of credits.     (C) Completed ?For games which are 100% done. All extras and modes have been unlocked and finished. All significant items have been collected.
66 (U)
  41 Unplayed  
62.1% of Unfinished
39.4% of Total
63.5%
21 (B)
20.2%
17 (C)
16.3%
Wishlist  0 ?         Top-Rated  17 ?????         Master Runs  0 (M)
Steam 42 (U) 15 (B) 12 (C) 69 Total
Pokémon Mini 1 (U) 2 (B) 0 (C) 3 Total
PC 10 (U) 0 (B) 4 (C) 14 Total
PC Downloads 3 (U) 0 (B) 0 (C) 3 Total
Nintendo Switch 4 (U) 3 (B) 0 (C) 7 Total
Game Boy Advance 1 (U) 1 (B) 0 (C) 2 Total
Browser C O M P L E T E ! 1 Total
Miscellaneous 5 (U) 0 (B) 0 (C) 5 Total
All Games 104 Total
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about 1 month ago

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Backlog Beaten: August 21, 2014
Backlog Completed: September 27, 2014
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Sleep: Not playing anything
Psychonauts is a magnificent experience, and was my first go-to for the whole, "Video games are art" thing, back when we still had to prove that, but it's also flawed and janky as hell. It's aged a lot better than I'd remembered, though, which is more than I can say for a lot of older 3D games. I don't really consider the concept of replay value, because to me, every good game has replay value; if it was fun to play, it'll be fun to play again. This is only the second time I've played it, so I didn't expect to have a completely perfect memory of every stage, but the forest was one that I didn't remember in the slightest, and with Gloria's stage, I did remember one very small visual element when I encountered it in this playthrough, but rather than reminding me of the whole area, it only really caused me to say, "Oh... that was real." It seemed like the sort of thing that'd crawl out while I'm dreaming, more than something that'd exist outside my own head. The rest of them, I've pretty consistently remembered thus far. I'm definitely glad to be replaying it, though, because the sequel is next, and I did need the refresher.
about 1 month ago

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Backlog Beaten: August 21, 2014
Backlog Completed: September 27, 2014
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Sleep: Not playing anything
Good to hear that things are getting better for you. Pretty much; anything in the wishlist with an asterisk in front of it is something I technically have, but is in the wings for right now. A lot of them I think are from when access to Humble Trove was free for a month or so, and since there are tons of DRM-free games in there, I grabbed them all, and kinda weeded out what I wanted to keep. I think yours is a good approach, really; I usually have a big list of stuff, and have a structured order in which to play them, but my capricious ass usually doesn't even look at that unless I'm not in the mood for anything specific when I finish the game I'm currently on. If it's a series, I'll tend to play all of them back-to-back, and if it's something that has a sequel that I'm not sure if I want or not, that will usually get priority, just to keep the actual wishlist straightened out, but other than that, it's usually a free-for-all. I mean, games are for entertainment, right? Not much sense dragging yourself though something you don't want to play strictly out of obligation.
about 2 months ago

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Backlog Beaten: August 21, 2014
Backlog Completed: September 27, 2014
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Sleep: Not playing anything
Doing fine, thanks; things seem to have calmed down with work, so I'm actually starting to remember my days once they're over. @.@ Hope you're doing well, also. I typically focus on one game at a time, but I have this thing with weekends, where I don't play my main game until all the housework for the day is done. Sunday is laundry day, and while everything's running, if I don't have any other housework to be done (and I usually don't), I play an alternate game that's not on the main backlog; usually some oddball indie I picked up somewhere or some expansion I never played for a game I finished. I'm out of expansions now, so I've been working my way through a gigantic pile of DRM-free PC games that I didn't get from GOG, since GOG is what I'm working on now (with the occasional console/handheld break for some 8-bit systems I'm also wrapping up). They're things I'm avoiding adding to my backlog until GOG is finally finished, and you can find them on my wishlist as anything preceeded by a *. I know it's a bit illegitimate, but the last 4 times I've ed my backlog, everything was on the level, so now I've got this weird system. It's all very convoluted, but works in my head.

As for anyone else, I think it'd be a good feature for something like Yume Nikki, Legacy of the Wizard, or a SaGa game; something you just set time aside for, and don't feel pressure to finish anytime soon, because it's more-or-less ancillary to your backlog.
about 2 months ago (edited)

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I'll be getting a fresh new HDMI capture card very soon so that I can lets-play off of consoles again. It was a shame my expensive Elgato from years ago eventually went faulty. Watch on Youtube and Twitch for any shenanigans I may be doing while I try adding oomph to this influx of recordings!

Youtube: [Link]
Twitch: [Link]

And if some of you are interested, I have a list of some of what I am, or will soon be, doing:

PokΓ©mon: The idea is to chronologically go through each of the generations of the core games, catching 'em all and more.

Old School RuneScape: Basically, a chill series of livestreams from the looks of it. But if I really want to do a special stream to upload to Youtube, I'll do that. Such as a full-length quest.

Cuphead: Playing with a twist - I recently made a DIY fightstick specifically for this game. And I'll try replaying the game with it as hype for the DLC at the end of June.

Super Mario 3D All-Stars: It's simply a 100% of the compilation. It's been a long time since I last played (as an excuse for starting over), but you'll see me 100% every game. Not to mention the fact that I haven't played Galaxy in an even longer time. So that will be interesting.

Super Smash Bros Ultimate: I aim for a complete spirit collection in this series. But not only that, I want it in a "living dex" format (Credits for BL member Macc for said idea). This series is tied around collecting all the spirits the game has to offer. I'm *pretty* sure they won't add any more spirits in the game as of now.
about 5 months ago

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Consider Yourself a Hero: Majority of games are beaten
"I think you zigged, when you should have zagged."

Funnily enough I didn't play it for the memes. I just happened to replay it out of nostalgia, and decided, out of curiosity, how far I could go with it. I almost have all of the tokens as well lol.
about 6 months ago

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Backlog Beaten: August 21, 2014
Backlog Completed: September 27, 2014
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Sleep: Not playing anything
Well, it is more than just a little intimidating leaving the vault with next to nothing, and worrying about ammo sustainability, but if you hold out until a certain one-on-one fight (and I actually have to be vague; I don't remember the character's name or the context), you'll probably be good, as long as you're a WRPG hoarder. LOOT LOOT LOOT! The barter system can make it tough to gather actual money, which can make the weight limit a problem, but I found that after a fairly short time, I had enough to spare.

It's true, and I occasionally judge a game too quickly, but after enough time - or if it gets REALLY bad - I will usually bail on it, if it's dragging me down. Fallout is more a matter of "melee sucks, but it's your only choice in the beginning", and I was pretty shocked that the second game has the exact same problem; Black Isle Studios was an excellent developer, and I would've thought they'd have learned that lesson, but sure enough, you're stuck in a temple with your fists (40% hit rate at best and worthless damage) and a spear (29% hit rate and acceptable damage). It's the same sort of thing that turned me off of Morrowind, and I can be okay with an inadequate combat system, but only if avoiding most combat is a viable option.

If you're looking for a build, I usually play someone good at conversation, small arms, and energy weapons; conversation will get you pretty far, and the weapon skill will take care of the rest. Of course, there are lots of viable builds, so experimentation isn't necessarily a bad thing.
about 6 months ago

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Backlog Beaten: August 21, 2014
Backlog Completed: September 27, 2014
Master of Unlocking: Majority of games are completed
Treasure Hunter: 1000+ games
Invincible: 10+ beat or complete in a row
Sleep: Not playing anything
In truth, I'm not all that well-versed with Fallout, myself, but I do think it's worth trying to get into. I absolutely hated the first Fallout when I first started playing it, but once I stopped being stubborn and started using guns, the game VASTLY improved; melee combat totally sucks. Once I got myself established enough that I'd be able to maintain an ammo supply with the money and resources I had, I really got into it; the atmosphere is incomparable. It does also help that I played a diplomat, which will get you out of a lot of fights, and helps save even more ammo; small arms and maybe energy weapons will get you everything you need. As for Fallout 2, I'm not completely into it yet, and I think it's because the wow factor of the first game can't really be replicated; this is further into the future, so it's not really exploring the fresh post-Apocalypse anymore.

The older Fallout games - the ones made by Black Isle Studios - all get off to a bad start, but get better once you get into them. I know that all of the other Fallout games are first-person, but a trusted friend told me that of them, only New Vegas is really worth my time; I'll be playing that next, and I'll see what I think. I haven't really been a fan of Bethesda's other games, so I have no idea what to expect. I'm pretty sure that 3, 4, and New Vegas are all Bethesda, but not 100%.
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