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beaten and finished:

Tales of Berseria

Tales of Berseria

141.4 hours
51 of 51 achievements

the game has an interesting and unique story that kept me wanting to play it, cute funny moments and fun combat.



9.0 hours
10 of 19 achievements


12.8 hours
32 of 42 achievements

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still playing:

beaten and finished:

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The Elder Scrolls V Skyrim: A vast and gorgeous world of exciting possibilities, fascinating places, engrossing adventures and dragons.

Grim Legends 2: Song of the Dark Swan

an excellent successor to the first title in the series that can also be played as a stand alone game. In it, you play as a healer hired to investigate why the Queen of a kingdom is mute. When the Queen is accused of using dark magic, it’s up to you to prove her innocence before she’s executed. Great story, lovely artwork and cute little helpers in this adventure.

Rusty Lake: Roots :

  • Rusty Lake: Roots
    Rusty Lake: Roots

    5.5 hours playtime

    16 of 16 achievements

  • is a strange creepy sort of point and click adventure. It does things in its own way, at its own pace, and it works wonderfully well.

    Deponia: The Complete Journey :

  • Deponia: The Complete Journey
    Deponia: The Complete Journey

    28.6 hours playtime

    105 of 105 achievements

  • includes all 3 Deponia games; Deponia, Chaos on Deponia and Goodbye Deponia mixed together into one super-long adventure game.You’re Rufus, a no-good troublemaker hellbent on escaping Deponia; a planet filled with junk and little else. During your journey, you will fall in love, cause even more trouble and maybe even groove on the dance floor.

    The Guild II: Renaissance

  • The Guild II: Renaissance
    The Guild II: Renaissance

    14.8 hours playtime

    no achievements

  • It’s mixture of genres (RPG, strategy, business management and medieval life simulation),our ultimate goal is to make money and secure your family’s dynasty, You start from relative poverty (You live in a shack) and eventually move on up to nobility, where you’ll dwell in fancy houses and regal estates. Naturally, this is accomplished by greasing the palm of your local corrupt government official so he’ll give you and your family higher titles. everything is simulated and the other dynasties in the world are all running businesses of their own, and can do everything you can do including said kidnappings and assassinations. Irritating them too early in the game usually results in your dynasty dying a quick death.
    Speaking of realistic simulation, even the market’s supply is governed entirely by people successfully taking their produced goods into town. This means that you can starve out an entire city by sabotaging all food-producing businesses. you can play as a rogue with the goal of building a criminal empire.

    711 games (+1 not categorized yet)
    56% never played
    1% unfinished
    20% beaten
    16% completed
    8% won't play