Hoardz of gamez Mskotor’s profile

I try to get rid of my hoard of unplayed games. It's not much, but still it's some kind of backlog, right?

I give priority to my wins from SG, though it still can take me few months to beat long ones (like Fallout 4 or Skyrim: Legendary).

2016 Oct Nov Dec
2017 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2018 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2019 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2020 Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
2021 Jan Feb Mar* Apr* May* Jun* Jul* Aug* Sep* Oct* Nov* Dec*
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October Princess Isabella: The Rise of an Heir, Fairy Tale Mysteries: The Puppet Thief, The Beginner's Guide, Ether One, Her Story, Ori and the Blind Forest: Definitive Edition, Fallout 4
November Regency Solitaire, Chroma Squad, Broken Age, The Incredible Adventures of Van Helsing: Final Cut
December Mad Max, Undertale, Paladins, Sakura Beach 2, Qbeh-1: The Atlas Cube
January Crime Secrets: Crimson Lily, Enigmatis 3: The Shadow of Karkhala, The Secret Order 4: Beyond Time, Anna's Quest, Plantera, Oxenfree, Far Cry 3, HuniePop, TRISTOY
February ABZU, Contrast, The Turing Test, Victor Vran, ENSLAVED: Odyssey to the West
March + April DARK, Mushroom 11, Evoland 2, Event[0], The Journey Down: Chapter Two, Castle of Illusion, Tales of Zestiria
May Aragami, Gods Will Be Watching, Unravel, Orwell, Beholder, Pony Island
June The Emerald Maiden: Symphony of Dreams, Tibetan Quest: Beyond the World's End, Melissa K. and the Heart of Gold, The Room Two, The Swapper, Jotun, SteamWorld Heist, Castlevania: Lords of Shadow 2
July Adam Wolfe, Toby: The Secret Mine, Hollow Knight, Sniper Elite 3, RAGE, Alone With You, The Legend of Heroes: Trails in the Sky
August Tales from the Borderlands, Hatoful Boyfriend: Holiday Star, Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter, Risen 3 - Titan Lords
September Witcher 3 GOTY
October INSIDE, TitanFall 2, Mirror's Edge: Catalyst, The Technomancer, Saints Row: Gat out of Hell, Shadowrun: Hong Kong
November Mass Effect: Andromeda
December Life is Strange: Before the Storm, Milkmaid of the Milky Way, Secret World Legends, Deadpool, Seasons after Fall
January Valley, Dark Messiah of Might & Magic, Sword Coast Legends
February Tacoma, Quantum Break, Dex, OwlBoy, The Whispered World Special Edition
March The Walking Dead: Season Two, Edna & Harvey: Harvey's New Eyes, Edna & Harvey: The Breakout
April EARTHLOCK, Styx: Master of Shadows, Rise of the Triad
May Alpha Protocol, Lara Croft GO, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided
June Finding Paradise, AER Memories of Old, Dreamfall Chapters, Stories: The Path of Destinies, RUINER, Lara Croft and the Temple of Osiris
July The Sexy Brutale, Renegade Ops, Dying Light, Final Fantasy XIII
August Firewatch, Dungeon Siege III, Vampire: The Masquerade - Bloodlines, A New Beginning - Final Cut
September Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration, Warhammer 40,000: Space Marine, DOOM
October Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag, Figment
November Ghost of a Tale, Pillars of the Earth, Fe, Path of Exile, Rakuen
December RIME, Wuppo, Orwell - Ignorance is strength
January Hellblade: Senua's Sacrifice, GRIS, Outland, Zombie Army Trilogy
February Valiant Hearts: The Great War
March A Way Out
April Angels with Scaly Wings
May Ticket to Ride, Witcher Adventure Game
June Nothing
July Heroes of Hammerwatch
August The Room Three, Kao the Kangaroo: Round 2, Psychonauts, Red Faction: Path to War DLC
September A Hat in Time, Magicka, HoH: Pyramid of Prophecy
October The Escapits, Reprisal Universe, Godus
November Nightsky, Castle Crashers
December Little Nightmares, Wolfeinstein: The Old Blood
January Borderlands 2
February What Remains of Edith Finch, Pillars of Eternity, Q.U.B.E. 2
March Prey, The Council, Cat Quest
April Resident Evil 5, Dishonored: Death of the Outsider, Bayonetta
May Age of Wonders III, The Evil Within
June Lord of the Rings: War in the North, Ori and the Will of the Wisps, A Plague Tale: Innocence, Evil Genius
July Dead Cells, The Outer Worlds, Wolfenstein: Youngblood, Warhammer: Vermintide 2
August Children of Morta, Darksiders III, Halo: Master Chief Collection
September Bloodstained: Ritual of the Night, The Division
October Heat Signature, Strange Brigade
November Dishonored 2
December Degrees of Separation
January Vikings - Wolves of Midgard, Disco Elysium
February Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus, Resident Evil 6, Super Hot: Mind Control Delete, Shadow Warrior 2

Also short legend on my scale:

⭐️⭐⭐⭐⭐ - game I really enjoyed. For either really good story or humor. It can has flaws, but they are minimal in comparison to fun I had with it

⭐️⭐⭐⭐☆ - game I enjoyed, but has it’s visible flaws that can make gameplay annoying. Or games with solid gameplay and good story, but without this something that would make me really enjoy it

⭐️⭐⭐☆☆ - starting point. Neither good or bad. Average story with average gameplay

⭐️⭐☆☆☆ - when game has average story, so I could beat it to see plot but it didn’t make me want learn more about characters or universe. Plus gameplay is so bad it make whole experience terribly annoying and irritating

⭐️☆☆☆☆ - only one type of games will get lowest note. Games that are unplayable or barely playable due to devs laziness. And their story is not interesting enough to push me into spending hours on the internet, finding a way to make it work. If game would be playable, but I wouldn’t enjoy plot or it’d have bad game mechanics it’d get 2 stars

March 2021 Update

Next update (works only on profile page)

Overall backlog progress :

27% completed
59% beaten
1% unfinished
1% never played
12% won't play

Side note

I saw banner on Sharky post which turned out to be iterated from Lengray post. I tweaked it up a bit. I didn’t know that you can do this kind of thing with simple HTML before. BLAEO doesn’t support CSS so I never went into trying to make simple banner.

I started to learn Python so I’m surprised I managed to beat that much last month (I’m not super consistent with it though :hehe:). I made a list after Winter Sale with games I have and that it would take me most probably whole year to go through them. We’re just done with Q1 of the year and I already beaten 7 / 15. So looks like I may beat those by the half of the year. So I may buy something during the Summer Sale after all :D

Also I went ahead and incorporated more game dissection in this review. Night in the Woods doesn’t fit into it so it has “normal” review. But I like how it turned out to be. Some summary of points that repeat in nearly all my reviews and optional extra text under if some aspect doesn’t fit - like broken money economy in GTA V.

I used icons from this page, to show gaming platform in my post: https://icons8.com/icons

February 2021 update

Overall backlog progress :
27% completed
59% beaten
1% unfinished
1% never played
12% won't play

Side note

Normally Wolfenstein II would be a 4 star game. But level of bugs and problems player can find in 3 year old game is not acceptable. I was able to get past them but from what I saw in the Steam discussions not everyone is.

I keep having problem with my completion percentages, as site shows I have 0% in unplayed. Looks like percentage is so low it’s just rounder to 0. I keep adding this 1% as I do have some games to beat, but then I need to remove 1% from other stat, as otherwise it would sum to 100%.

Also since start of the year I started to think that in my reviews I mostly dissect games. I take them and grade them in RPG-oriented way. I can’t just write 2 sentence review that “game was nice :D”. My mind is bombarded that “inventory was awful”, “minimap was hard to follow”, “physic is off in this part of the game”. Sometimes it feels like surgeon that would get fixated on some vein and not realize that patient is already half-dead from the blood loss. When I read other people reviews I do think they are nice. Still I would not be able to write like that. It’s too far off from my analytical-observatory character. So sorry for anyone who’d want to see general description and I focus whole paragraph why inventory on “Witcher 3 is shit IMO” :P

Also anyone else finds it weird that putting game on any lists automatically opens up it’s steam page? I already get reflex of having fingers of CTRL+W to automatically close it before it clutters my tabs in the background.

I used icons from this page for platforms: https://icons8.com/icons

January 2021 update

Overall backlog progress :
27% completed
59% beaten
1% unfinished
1% never played
12% won't play

Side note

At first I wanted to go right back to the Disco Elysium to play it in different way. But I was quite happy with the ending I get, and I would not like to see it in “bad cop” version. Plus I don’t want to spend next 30h replaying the game game straight away. So it will need to wait.. for later.

We have snow in UK. Like actual snow, not pitiful 3cm of snowfall that we had before. Which melted on the same day. Now it’s 3rd day with a snow outside. And it’s not a catastrophe, like some people were telling me before I came here. “Schools are closed when there is even a bit of snow”, “public transport shuts down”, “not possible to go to work” they said. Bullshit xD They surely have more problem inland in more rural areas, but London is perfectly fine.

Snow is surely less of an enemy to the trains than swans are, as when swan was on the track trains were cancelled for 2h. Normally you’d just kick swam in the butt and chase it off. But noooo. Royal Animal. So they can’t simply chase it off. Which means disaster on the whole line :hehe: Shows what happens when religion or stupid tradition is more important than rational thinking.

Winter Sale 2020 update

I bought literally nothing this sale. Not on Steam, not in other shops:

1) I saw that none of the games on sale have bigger discounts than during past Summer Sale. Or last Winter Sale. So there is no feeling of “oh nice discount, I need to have it”
2) I went through Steam, Epic, GOG etc. and checked how long it would take me to beat the games I have, with the amount of gaming I was doing recently. And calculator said I have enough games for at least 9 months :ok_hand:

So I will just list one game I get as a gift this sale, and games that I have on all the platforms as “to beat in 2021” guide. Add gameplay time from HLTB

1. Games I get as a gifts:

    Released: 09.2015

    70 h | Steam

2. Games I have on various platforms:
  • Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel

    Released: 10.2014

    30 h | Steam
  • Disco Elysium


    29 h | Steam
  • Resident Evil 6

    Released: 10.2012

    28 h | Steam

    Released: 07.2020

    11 h | Steam
  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

    Released: 10.2017

    17 h | Steam

  • Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus

    Released: 02.2017

    12 h | Epic
  • Remnant: From the Ashes

    Released: 09.2019

    19 h | Epic
  • Tyranny - Gold Edition

    Released: 02.2017

    33 h | Epic

  • Banner Saga Trilogy

    Released: 01.2014

    30 h | GOG
  • Shadow Warrior 2

    Released: 10.2016

    15 h | GOG
  • Xenonauts

    Released: 06.2014

    48 h | GOG
  • Ziggurat

    Released: 10.2014

    16 h | GOG

  • Watch_Dogs

    Released: 05.2014

    33h | Uplay
  • Watch_Dogs

    Released: 09.2013

    47h | Rockstar
  • </ul>

December update

Over all back log prog ress :
27% completed
58% beaten
1% unfinished
1% never played
13% won't play

End of the year 2019 stats

  1. Beaten 28 games:
    • 1 Uplay game
    • 1 Android game
    • 9 Xbox Game Pass games
    • 18 Steam games
  2. Favorite game beaten in 2020: Ori and the Will of the Wisps
  3. Worst game beaten in 2020: The Division
  4. Longest game beaten: Pillars of Eternity - 59h
  5. Shortest game beaten: What Remains of Edith Finch - 2h
  6. In 2019 I’ve beaten 19 games - 9 less than in 2020
    • I bought PC in Jan 2020, which finally gave me ability to play games normally
    • working the afternoon shift leaves me with just a bit of time in the morning and in the late evening - which is not good for longer games


  • games bought before Steam Winter sale 2019 count as added in December 2019
  • games bought from start of Winter Sale 2019 to the end of January 2020 count as January 2020 additions

I do buy games during winter sale to beat them next year, so it makes most sense.

Green columns shows games beaten on Steam, blue on other platforms. They are stacked, so in March I’ve beaten 2 games on Steam, and 1 somewhere else.

I also made graph that shows my progress from the time I started to write down my percentages

Great purge is a time when I removed, in a span of 3 months, 59 games from my account (I was close to 500, so it was more than 10% of my library). It was also time when I really sorted my library and moved a lot from unfinished to won’t play. I removed few at the end of 2020 as well, so 3 years later I’m still barely above 500 games owned :D

I barely bought any games this year, and when I did summary of what I have still to play I also did not buy anything during Winter Sale, as I decided I have more than enough games to play till at least Summer Sale. If not longer.

November 2020 update

Overall backlog progress :
26% completed
57% beaten
1% unfinished
1% never played
15% won't play

Side note

I will go home for Christmas after all :D Well, we will have X-mas dinner early but it was the same last year. My manager told me it’s fine to make test before coming to work, and if it’s negative I don’t need to quarantine. They also dropped lockdown in the UK today ( the day I fly out), so no idea if there will be even requirement for quarantine when I will be back. They were writing something about after-coming testing to shorten it. But as always with British gov - everything takes forever. And they can’t even say what their plan will be in 2 weeks. Like with Brexit. We will see. But lack of clear communication is bad. Just like people in Poland learned 2 days before All Saint’s Day that graveyards will be closed this year. 10/10.

I did buy Wolfenstein 2 this autumn sale, mostly as I will have now time off. Not around January. But I will count it towards any games I will buy during winter sale.

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October 2020 update

Overall backlog progress :
27% completed
57% beaten
1% unfinished
1% never played
14% won't play

Side note

And UK is in another lockdown. Till 2nd Dec, at least for now. With ban on travel I will not be able to see my family. Yay?

I will sit for 2 weeks in my room, playing games most probably :thinking: I may be able to beat my backlog finally.

Anyone else strangled away from family or friends for Christmas? I will need to listen to All I want for Christmas a lot to cheer myself up :eyes:

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September 2020 update

Overall backlog progress :
27% completed
57% beaten
1% unfinished
1% never played
14% won't play

Side note

The Division summary may be bit random, but I did not want to spend more than the minimum required time to write it. I did not even read it 2nd time, it’s not worth the effort :P Also looks like Uplay don’t have any place where they show in neat way number of achievements, just page where they show which ones are unlocked. So no screenshot this time.

I was bit disappointed in the Bloodstained, hoped it will be more like Hollow Knight. I did beat two Castlevania games before, but they felt more platform focused, not bosses focused.

I saw tear down of PS5… and this console is huge. I think I will really wait for them to release some slim version, as this console is the size of my 24’ monitor…

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August 2020 update

Overall backlog progress :
27% completed
57% beaten
1% unfinished
1% never played
14% won't play

Side note

Did I tell XboX app is bad? I think I did. They did move out of the beta, rise subscription fee. And it still takes few seconds to even load the app, same to load game page. But at least games now start immediately, there is no need to click double on the play button. It still does not follow achievements and other game statistics properly. Even in MS own game - Halo.

What I learned is that Microsoft decided that Xbox app and Xbox game bar are necessary parts of the Windows10. Which means it’s not possible to just remove them if you no longer need those. Charming. I did remove them with use of console and long commands, but really? Previously those two could be at least removed through Windows store, but now option is either greyed out or straight missing. 10/10.

But my subscription run over, so I’m back to playing on Steam. I started Heat Signature. Overally XBox offer was a good one, but their launcher app is bad. Even Origin or Uplay works better in my experience. They can start game properly, and don’t take so long to load anything.

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July 2020 update

Overall backlog progress :
27% completed
57% beaten
1% unfinished
1% never played
14% won't play

Side note

Another month with pretty much only XboX game pass games beaten. And their launcher is as bad as it was month ago :hehe: Why even list stats of Dead Cells on the profile, when everything is “ - “.

There were 3 - 4 days of heatwave here, and we’re back at 20C and cloudy. Yay UK.

I am left with 1 month of GamePass. So I will skip Yakuza games for now. They are really long, and I don’t want to rush those.

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