Greetings! Yindy’s profile
So, it seems you managed to stumble upon my pile of shame.
I know, I’m a horrible, horrible, hoarder that lacks discipline, or maybe an attention span, I suppose. :)
The idea is to finish games before starting new ones… Though, I guess it doesn’t quite help me, at all, that I’ve also got a console/origin/uplay backlog that’s not shown here… Runs away to hide in a dark corner
Guess what? My backlog got backlogged!
Oh well… It’s an impossible pile anyway, so I figured I’ll just play what I want to play and stop if I don’t like a game. Sounds actually pretty normal and healthy, right?
Shadows of Mordor (Again)
So, I’ve played through shadows of mordor once again… AFter my first playthrough I got so disappointed by the final boss battle I completely lost my interest in the dlc. With shadow of war also in my backlog, I wanted to play through mordor once again to remind myself the story. The celebrimbor dlc is so worth it!
Well, I’ve bought every possible island/slot and got all the weapons, that counts as green, right? I do like it, but I’m just feeling done with it, even though there’s always more stuff to do.
I’m hooked to this, one of the few games I bought instantly after it hitting early acces. Sure, there are still some bugs and the game ain’t complete yet, but it is just so much fun
It’s been forever, let’s see if I can still do this! To lazy to google all the pretty banners, though.
Randomly picked up my 3DS and this cartridge was still inside… Had like 2-3 cases to go, and it’’s reminded me how much I love these layton games! I love the puzzles, the humor, the atmosphere…
Definitely worth playing.
Well, what can I say… I liked the original Fable and Fable 2 (3 was kinda a letdown for me.)
I’ve bought (And sold) the 360 version and picked this one up on steam a couple of years ago.
A few weeks I was looking for something not to complicated to play and randomly installed Fable. Of course had to start with a new save because I completely forgot all the controls (Story of my life… Same reason I’ve got a new Shadow of Mordor save. Wanted to miss around but forgot the controls etc.)
6/10. Not sure if it’s due to nostalgia and having grown up, or the new graphics being not as cartoony as I seem to recall but… It’s a decent game, but sometimes a bit slow and meh.
At least now I can scratch it off my backlog!
I don’t like Skyrim!
There, I’ve said it. Why? Not sure… In theory it should be perfect for me: Awesome landscapes, loads of quests and freedom. Interesting story…
And, yet… I just don’t like it. Not for a lack of trying; been playing it on and off since my 360. And, yet… It rarely hold my interest for more as a few hours before I move on to other things.
Time to mark Skyrim, even though it feels so wrong, as can’t/wont play.
I can't believe I've never bothered to complete this game before, it's been in my backlog for over 9 years and, simply said, it's AWESOME!
I loved the original story, mechanics, platforming…
Gotta admit though, towards the end it got a bit troublesome and hard. But totally worth it!
Progress, abandoned some.
A steamgifts win that got removed by steam. One of those 10000x giveaways. Quite fun. The basic runner/flyer but don’t get hit by obstacles
I feel dirty for these :x
Honestly, I’ve got no freaking clue how I even got these - probably an indiegala bundle or some crap like that. I feel like cheating for using these… But, hey, at least my backlog is down 25 games? Or something. All except Pain Train & Pain Train 2 are launch, close,5k achievement/game completed + steam crash games.
Also, it seems for some reason closing everyone of these games makes steam crash.
Except that these are cheap ass achievement games, it made me realise I REALLY hate gaining 5k achievements without effort. Sure, the Zup! games ain’t much better… At least you actually have to complete those games. And I actually liked them.
#Few more games down… (…And a lot of new games)
I’ve actually bought this game twice, and despite that never finished it before. Why? I don’t know, really, distracted easily I suppose.
Anyways, you’re a young guy that is apparently looking for his sister (According to the description). You’re in this really eerie, dark, world where everything is black and white… …And wants to kill you.
I liked this game, the music and puzzles are pretty good, though hard and punishing at times.
I’ve had my eye on this game for a couple of yeas now, but never bought it because I didn’t want to gamble to see if I’d like it or not. So, when this game appeared in a recent humble bundle, I bought the bundle for this game.
No regrets, whatsoever :). It’s surprisingly relaxing to just go with the flow and connect metrostations, lines… The background music gradually builds up during your play and it just brought me in the zone. The hours flew by before I knew it.
I really loved Orwell. So, when the sequel came out it was an instant buy for me.
This time, you’re investigating a different target (And therefore a group of people), parallel to the events happening in the first Orwell game. You can link the save file, and it’s interesting to see how some events influence your current objective.
Unfortunately, I can’t go into the story due to possible spoilers, but I think if you liked the concept of the first game, you’ll like this one, too.
A popular Japanese cardgame. Never heard of it before, but it was fun to learn to play with a different kind of cards/rules.
The concept has a small WTF?!, but it’s just so much fun! (And no, not because of the naked girls)
Ever since I’m a kid, I just enjoy rhytm games.
In this game, all the Senran Kagura girls compete in a cooking tournament in order to win a ninja scroll that can grant any wish.
Everyone has their own motivation to enter, so you get to play through a lot of different stories.
The music is quite nice, and did I mention it’s a lot of fun?
A few more beaten :)
This was a random library pick, and I actually liked it! Burn stuff in the fire, make combo’s, gain coins to buy more stuff to burn… And there’s also a story behind it.
It’s spring again
A cute little educational game, probably aimed at kindergarten kids, about the seasons.
The highlights of the past year (And a crappy one from the recent week)
So, last year I was so proud for being able to make those pretty list tables! …And now I totally don’t remember how :’).
I’ve heard a lot about this game, just never got around to playing/buying it…
So, when I noticed it launched on steam and it was on sale, I just had to have it! - No regrets there, whatsoever. Even preordered 2 & 3 for the switch…
Running around as a kickass witch on high heels, and using your hair as a whip to defeat angelic guys? Hell yea!
This was kinda a gamble to pick up, seeing as my graphic card is on the lower end of the spectrum, if not a tad to low… But, fortunately for me, it works! Ever since I’m a kid, I’ve been obsessed with Ancient Egypt… So, an AC game where I can run around exploring ancient Egypt, climb pyramids, etc? ITS A MUST BUY!
And oh yea, there’s a story too, which is actually pretty interesting and engaging to follow. I liked origins way better than 3 (Which I ended up abandoning because it felt like such a chore to get through, even though I was close to the end… I just couldn’t do it anymore.)
Origins made the game feel fresh again with a new combat system, actually picking up quests instead of contracts of a board. And, did I mention, pyramids? <3 Still trying to figure out if I want to buy the seasonpass, though… I really like Origins, it’s just that 40 euro for a season pass feels to damned expensive.
The Witcher: Wild Hunt…
Well. my bf just couldn’t stop nagging me to go play it, so, being the stubborn girl I am I insisted on reading the books first… No regrets there :)
Finally got around to playing it and finishing the main story, and just, wow… So many choices, so many decisions. I’ve actually got trouble with making decisions, and kept reloading save files because I didn’t like the outcome - until I forced myself to live with the decisions I made just to continue the story.
I’m on a break of it now: Just finished the main story a few days ago and decided to jump into the dlc right away, but I’m afraid it’ll burn me out if I just keep on going, no matter how great it is.
As I’ve said in my last update,this game is what made me buy the humble monthly. I was just really bummed I missed out on it. It’s a bit of a weird,find your own story driven game buy reading random articles and eavesdropping on people to figure out what is going on. It is kind of hard to describe it, but I just really enjoyed playing it.
Tales of Berseria
Yup…. I’m a sucker for long RPGS, especially JRPGS, with the tales of serie being one of my favourites.
Took me a while to get started, but I really liked the dark setting in Berseria.
The story is quite dark and grim, but the cast makes up for it with their random banter/chatter in the skits.
Super Mario Odyssey
A non-pc game, I know I know, but it’s mario! Also the main reason I got myself a switch. It’s fun, lighthearted, and so damned many collectibles to keep you busy.
Together with 64, it has to be my favourite mario game right now. Not to mention, Mario in a wedding dress looks interesting… (Just like in all the other costume collectables)
It’s just some weird bundle crap, and it seems like the only achievement is only unlockable with steam achievement manager, so, who cares really?
At least it’s another finished game. It looks pretty, though
Max - An autistic journey.
Having Aspergers myself, this kinda spiked my interest: I was curious to find out how someone could make a rpg out of a day with autism. To my surprise, it kinda turned out good - though I don’t agree with certain struggles/stereotypes the game presents.
It’s an RPGmaker game: For some reason I’m kinda prejudiced against those things but this proofed me wrong.
I like how all the goalds are pictograms, and those pictograms explain why they’re needed + some general background information.
Unfortunately, this one is all to true.