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Completionist and procrastinator - proud owner of a 99% AGC.
Plan to complete (just about) every achievement game I own, eventually.
I tend to avoid multiplayer and “spam” games. I will not play any game with broken achievements. I don’t mark non-achievement games as completed, and will only do so if I’ve achieved 100% completion.

Garry’s Mod Addict Progress: 365/365


Skyrim Complete!

Skyrim is a really expansive game that I suppose I’ve been missing out on for 7 years, which is fine by me, no need to rush things. When I went into the game, I really did not like it for a good while, but it grew on me. I’d have to say the main quest line just put me off for a while, or rubbed me the wrong way, considering I cleared 50 dungeons, 50 miscellaneous quests and got Married before completing the third main quest achievement…
But all in all I had a good time, I was impressed by just how massive the game was, and how much there really was to do! While playing, I encountered a lot of bugs, but nothing game breaking, just my children getting in the buff when I gift them clothing, or the occasional guard dropping dead and whatnot. I nearly didn’t finish the game this month, but I powered through it and got a lot done in a little time. Very little motivation to do much as of late, been going through some really tough times, and dedicating so much time to this game just to finish it before a non-existant deadline probably wasn’t worth it. But, I’m glad I got to play this game, even when the scale proved itself to be rather intimidating, and honestly made me feel a little anxious being unable to complete absolutely everything, though completing all the achievements and quest lines gave me enough closure to put it down for another day.

  • The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim Special Edition

    102 hours playtime

    75 of 75 achievements

See you next time.

Horrible, Terrible Thing

I hate this game.

  • Luxor HD

    64 hours playtime

    no achievements

Luxor HD is a marble shooter/match 3 style game where you must destroy a line of orbs before it reaches your pyramid. If you fail, you lose a life, and must restart the stage.

Seeing as I had won this game on SteamGifts, and that it has been praised for being rather relaxing, I thought I would give it a shot. But wow is it tedious and frustrating. The game’s campaign is so overly long, and really not very fun after a while. (5 hours in and I was sick of it, took nearly 10x that long to get the last achievement!) Mind you, this game’s achievements are purely in-game, but that didn’t stop me from needing that 100% to be satisfied. The achievements consist of beat X difficulty or perform X action/combo/accuracy requirement. Simple enough, but the final achievement requires reaching the game’s highest rank - Pharaoh of the Two Lands, a 280,000,000 point requirement! This took AGES, and was not worth the time whatsoever. But, it’s done, thankfully.

Now that that’s finally over, sadly the struggle doesn’t end there. The preparations I recently made for a Skyrim: Special Edition 20,000 achievement / 250 hundo sync were not worth the trouble. Two games I’ve previously completed removed a total of 17 achievements from their games, and now the completion of Skyrim will not do what I intended, unforunately. Stupid that I spent the time to make it happen, but what can you do?

See you next time.

Skyrim Ready

Recently made some preparations to sync up a Skyrim (Special Edition) 100% to hit 20,000 achievements and 250 perfect games. Will be starting Skyrim this weekend, hopefully.

I’ve never actually played Skyrim before, but I’ve heard great things over the years, so I’m looking forward to it!

Getting Over It

Getting Over It with Bennet Foddy is a game about grit and determination. A man in a pot, Diogenes, is faced with the task of climbing a mountain solely with a Yosemite hammer. In doing such, at any point, you may lose hours of progress upon encountering one of the game’s many pitfalls or awkward obstacles. You fall down again, and again, and again, but despite that, something drives you to just keep going.
A quote within the game, by Mary Pickford, states “Failure is not the falling down, but the staying down.” Short, but grand in effect. It made me keep going, despite my mistakes, despite the setbacks.

This game is truly a work of art; I’ve yet to find a game that encapsulates my passion for determination like this has.

  • Getting Over It with Bennett Foddy

    16 hours playtime

    3 of 3 achievements

This is the first game I’ve completed in 2018, and I think it’s fair to say it was a good start.

December Overview

The end of December marks my first month at BLAEO and the end of a lucrative year. I’ll only be covering December’s progress this post, but that will change next year. So let’s get down to it…

December 2017 was the most completion dense month I’ve had since joining Steam, I’m proud to say! I’ve completed 41 games this month.
Luckily enough, I completed one of my favorite games of all time, and my favorite game of the year, even managing to earn the first 100% in the world, with the quickest playtime - OKAMI HD is a gem that everyone should play, I had a fantastic time reliving this childhood favorite, a masterpiece of games.

  • OKAMI HD / 大神 絶景版

    29 hours playtime

    51 of 51 achievements

I don’t think I’ll have the ability to go into detail on every game, but here are the highlights (being the games I actually enjoyed), including Dark Souls II: SotFS; the game that started my BLAEO journey~

  • Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin

    61 hours playtime

    38 of 38 achievements

  • WRONGED

    2 hours playtime

    4 of 4 achievements

  • The Magical Silence

    67 minutes playtime

    1 of 1 achievements

  • One Small Fire At A Time

    5 hours playtime

    21 of 21 achievements

  • Sepia Tears

    3 hours playtime

    5 of 5 achievements

  • Another Adventure

    69 minutes playtime

    5 of 5 achievements

  • Pretty Girls Panic!

    62 minutes playtime

    38 of 38 achievements

  • Russian Horror Story

    2 hours playtime

    12 of 12 achievements

  • Xmas Shooting - Scramble!!

    13 hours playtime

    33 of 33 achievements

  • Space Pilgrim Episode I: Alpha Centauri

    74 minutes playtime

    7 of 7 achievements

  • Space Pilgrim Episode II: Epsilon Indi

    4 hours playtime

    7 of 7 achievements

  • Space Pilgrim Episode III: Delta Pavonis

    3 hours playtime

    7 of 7 achievements

  • Space Pilgrim Episode IV: Sol

    4 hours playtime

    10 of 10 achievements

  • 100% Orange Juice

    357 hours playtime

    124 of 124 achievements

  • DEEP SPACE WAIFU

    2 hours playtime

    69 of 69 achievements

  • DEEP SPACE WAIFU: FLAT JUSTICE

    2 hours playtime

    69 of 69 achievements

  • Red Death

    3 hours playtime

    15 of 15 achievements

  • SPINGUN

    2 hours playtime

    26 of 26 achievements

  • Six Days of Snow

    2 hours playtime

    7 of 7 achievements

As I learned of BLAEO’s services, I had the incentive to actually play my SteamGifts winnings for the first time, though my progress wasn’t much considering the luck of this month, seeing as I won twenty-nine giveaways this month. Here they are, however.

SteamGifts Progress

5% won't play
80% never played
15% completed
  • Ablepsia

    37 minutes playtime

    38 of 38 achievements

  • It's Spring Again

    9 minutes playtime

    4 of 4 achievements

  • One Small Fire At A Time

    5 hours playtime

    21 of 21 achievements

  • Gelu

    51 minutes playtime

    40 of 40 achievements

  • Rescue Love Revenge

    74 minutes playtime

    2 of 2 achievements

  • Space Pilgrim Episode III: Delta Pavonis

    3 hours playtime

    7 of 7 achievements

  • Dots

    58 minutes playtime

    108 of 108 achievements

  • Kraven Manor

    2 hours playtime

    11 of 11 achievements

  • Stigmat

    62 minutes playtime

    11 of 11 achievements

Thankfully, some overlaps from my enjoyed games. Progress is progress.

Can’t fail to mention the much more mediocre bunch of games I’ve completed this month. Most of these games aren’t too bad, but a few are pretty unbearable.

  • Real 1942

    9 minutes playtime

    1 of 1 achievements

  • Disco Time 80s VR

    1 minute playtime

    1 of 1 achievements

  • Candy Machine

    14 minutes playtime

    4 of 4 achievements

  • PLANETS OF WAR

    20 minutes playtime

    50 of 50 achievements

  • - Arcane Raise -

    3 minutes playtime

    37 of 37 achievements

  • Summer Nightmare

    29 minutes playtime

    5 of 5 achievements

  • Cruel Arena

    2 hours playtime

    9 of 9 achievements

  • True or False Universe

    41 minutes playtime

    110 of 110 achievements

  • Numberline

    2 hours playtime

    13 of 13 achievements

  • Heaven Forest - VR MMO

    52 minutes playtime

    24 of 24 achievements

  • Wallpaper Engine

    61 minutes playtime

    17 of 17 achievements

  • Reset 1-1

    2 hours playtime

    12 of 12 achievements

  • illie

    40 minutes playtime

    66 of 66 achievements

  • The Thirst of Hearts

    56 minutes playtime

    6 of 6 achievements

And lastly, a nod to a non-achievement game, Doki Doki Literature Club, a wonderful experience. Thankfully, I did not have the game’s surprises spoiled for me, and I hope anyone who hasn’t played it yet has managed that themselves.

  • Doki Doki Literature Club

    6 hours playtime

    no achievements

That wraps it all up, thanks for such a nice first month at BLAEO - I look forward to many more!

Beginning Dark Souls II: Scholar of the First Sin today - about time I knocked something off the backlog.
Wish me luck on the 100%~!