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  1. Shagger liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Call Of Duty: WW2 Reveal Trailer...OHH MY GOSH!   
    America, D-Day, Normandy, we watched Saving Private Ryan, there was absolutely nothing else to WWII. I'd love to see one developer say something like, we watched Days of Glory or something like that.
  2. Shagger liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Call Of Duty: WW2 Reveal Trailer...OHH MY GOSH!   
    America, D-Day, Normandy, we watched Saving Private Ryan, there was absolutely nothing else to WWII. I'd love to see one developer say something like, we watched Days of Glory or something like that.
  3. skorgezagreat liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in DaddyOFive Abuse His Children   
    Weird seeing reaction vlog Youtubers shift from, "The Illuminati is trying to destroy us Youtubers and are taking away our ads by pretending some of us do bad things," to "This Youtuber is abusing his children for views." Whatever brings in their own views I guess.
  4. skorgezagreat liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Currently active video game bundles/free game giveaways (Last Update 4-29)   
    For their 30 year anniversary Ubisoft will have one more free game to give out next month for their one free game a month promotion but they are also now doing 30 days of giveaways with a new thing every day until 12-23. The first day had a Rayman title for mobile, today it's a 75% discount on something you buy from their store.
     
    This was apparently a leaked list from a website error
    1: Rayman Classic on mobiles
    2: 30% off selected Ubisoft games
    3: Exclusive Collection of E3 2016 Cards
    4: UBI30 Logo Animation Exclusive GIF
    5: For Honor GIFs
    6: UBI30 360 Images
    7: Just Dance Greeting Card
    8: Ubisoft DIY Paper Advent Calendar
    9: Steep Wallpaper
    10: Exclusive Digital Posters from E3 2016
    11: Rabbids Holiday Goodies
    12: WWW Wallpaper
    13: Ubisoft Cocktails Recipes
    14: Assassin’s Creed 3 on PC
    15: Ubisoft Wrapping Paper
    16: 300 Game Giveaway
    17: Watch_Dogs 2 Wallpaper
    18: Ubisoft Gift Tags
    19: Ubisoft Dessert Recipes
    20: Ghost Recon GIFs
    21: Wallpaper for Mobile
    22: Prince of Persia on PC
    23: Rayman Legends on PC
    24: Splinter Cell on PC
    25: The Crew on PC
    26: Rayman GIF
    27: Steep GIF
    28: Exclusive 2017 Digital Holiday Cards
    29: Ubi30 Wallpaper
    30: Ubisoft Holiday Decorations
    But second day is already somewhat wrong as it is a discount but it is for 75%. Some seem to be games already given away but good for anyone that missed them and they seem to include Assassin's Creed 3 (not sure which version of Prince of Persia that is though).
  5. Grundvigs liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Horizon Zero Dawn Reviews   
    Reviews are coming out for Horizon Zero Dawn, with most of them being extremely positive.
    Jeff Gerstmann (5/5)
    Kirk McKeand (5/5)
    Reid McCarter (6/10)
    Peter Brown (9/10)
    Lucy O'Brian (9.3/10)
    Chris Carter (7.5/10)
    Jim Sterling (9.5/10)
    Philip Kollar (9.5/10)
    Julian Benson (No score, "Horizon Zero Dawn: the Good, the Bad, and the Boring")
    Caty McCarthy (2.5/5)
     
    Horizon Zero Dawn - A Spoiler Free Appraisal
     
    Negative reviews or parts of reviews seem to focus on repetition and generic open world style busywork, while everyone seems to praise the visuals.
  6. SergeantLenny liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in SergeantLenny - The Angry Army gets German support!   
    Welcome to the AJSA, if you check the PS4 forums and PS4 event articles you can see the different events that they put on.
  7. ProdigalKnight liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Prodigal Knight joins the Army   
    Welcome to the AJSA
  8. ProdigalKnight liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in And the Fox became the hunter.   
    Welcome to the AJSA
  9. Platina32 liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Andromeda get a fix   
    I'd take the gameplay, loading, and writing fixes over animations. Other recent games like Mankind Divided don't even have lip syncing.
  10. Cmdr-Zack liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Hello from a New Recruit   
    Welcome to the AJSA
  11. HelixBrightstar liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in New guy here!   
    Welcome to the AJSA
  12. Kaz32 liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Games Beaten By the AJSA (2017)   
    Completed: Neon Hardcorpse
    Platform: PC
    Simple top down shooting game that feels unfinished. Three characters that only seem to have a started weapon difference even though levels start giving you a pistol to begin with. Very short. Not terrible to play, not really worth buying unless it's in some bundle (which I assume is how I got it).
     
    Completed: The Chaos Engine
    Platform: PC

    The Chaos Engine is a top down shot em up with a cyberpunk setting and six different upgradeable characters. It feel better to play it with a controller but from a gameplay perspective it can feel outdated when it comes to movement (you can't aim with the right stick) and how savepoints are done. What does make the game more interesting than a lot of similar games is the good looking graphics, six characters with different items and starting abilities, and the ability to increase your characters health, speed, and weapon power every two stages with the money you have found. Another thing setting the game apart is needing an AI partner with you if you do not have a second player, the AI companion actually does surprisingly well for how they usually act in games like this and for the time and you can upgrade their wisdom to make them better (I'm not actually sure how this changes them exactly). There are 16 stages with four different areas to fight through. There are better games like this now but this is still an enjoyable one to play if you find it for a lower price, I actually bought it for such a low price it made me money.
     
    Completed: Tyranny
    Platform: PC

    Excellent story on power, corruption, laws, words. Great opening sequence that builds the world, makes you feel important (you're not) and allows you to be seen as important, effects the world and characters, and allows for more replay value (as do 4 story paths). Interesting setting. Good music and acting. Spell creation varied and simple. Great party members. Poor character art and most talking portraits are just the character models. Trainers are a poorly handled addition and make a bad skill system worse.
     
    Completed: Spikit
    Platform: PC
    Simple bullet hell style arcade game where you have to move around in a small arena to avoid objects coming out from the sides of the screen to hit you. Gets difficult quickly and becomes hard to last long in the parts once the music, rhythm, and movement of the game starts to get fun. You gain some points that can be spent to give your box character different faces or that can be spent to change the color of the game, nothing interesting though.
     
    Completed: Hyper color ball
    Platform: PC
    Ride down a pole and avoid thing coming out of the sides of it by maneuvering around it, picking up different colored balls to refill health, all while Christmas music plays. It's playable but in no way is it good.
  13. Legolas_Katarn liked a post in a topic by argetlam350 in Outlast 2 Banned in Australia   
    Yes the original story, since then it was updated with to quote IGN's story:
    Thus suggesting that there has indeed been a change to the game for at least Australian to give it an R 18+ classification. The statement from Red Barrels suggests that what changes were made for Australian might of been made for the worldwide launch though there is no full confirmation thus IGN has reached out to them.
  14. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Why does the new Mass Effect seem to be getting so much flak?   
    Kaz can you stop with the videos in every post, calling everything retarded, and and now laughing at someone's opinion and calling it wrong while saying the writers should die, this is becoming increasingly extremely toxic.
     
    Variety of reasons most likely. Some people seem to really like the combat, some aren't enjoying it. People are running into a lot of different kinds of technical issues, cutscene quality aside, which is effecting things a bit. The side quest and open world quality is going to be compared to things like Witcher 3, Horizon, and Zelda now and while it could even be better than past Bioware games it is still likely to be found lacking when compared to those games, two that have just released. Then we've also had Witcher 3, Pillars of Eternity, Torment Tides of Numenera, and Tyranny releasing since the last Bioware game which could have a lot of people used to stronger writing, more interesting themes being explored, and a wider variety of dialogue options. It's likely that's it's going to take the same kind of criticism as Bethesda's recent game with some people expecting either a different level of quality in certain areas or a different focus. From looking at a lot of reviews some love or hate the story, some love or hate the characters, some love or hate the combat, some enjoy the co-op modes, some are praising lore found through exploration while some aren't really mentioning it, some are running into a lot more tech issues some into less. Some reviewers gave it a lot of praise and it's good if you are finding yourself to be one of the people enjoying all the elements of the game but with it being surrounded by titles being praised as being some of the best games in certain areas it's likely to open Mass Effect up to more criticism and more noticeable faults.
  15. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Why does the new Mass Effect seem to be getting so much flak?   
    Kaz can you stop with the videos in every post, calling everything retarded, and and now laughing at someone's opinion and calling it wrong while saying the writers should die, this is becoming increasingly extremely toxic.
     
    Variety of reasons most likely. Some people seem to really like the combat, some aren't enjoying it. People are running into a lot of different kinds of technical issues, cutscene quality aside, which is effecting things a bit. The side quest and open world quality is going to be compared to things like Witcher 3, Horizon, and Zelda now and while it could even be better than past Bioware games it is still likely to be found lacking when compared to those games, two that have just released. Then we've also had Witcher 3, Pillars of Eternity, Torment Tides of Numenera, and Tyranny releasing since the last Bioware game which could have a lot of people used to stronger writing, more interesting themes being explored, and a wider variety of dialogue options. It's likely that's it's going to take the same kind of criticism as Bethesda's recent game with some people expecting either a different level of quality in certain areas or a different focus. From looking at a lot of reviews some love or hate the story, some love or hate the characters, some love or hate the combat, some enjoy the co-op modes, some are praising lore found through exploration while some aren't really mentioning it, some are running into a lot more tech issues some into less. Some reviewers gave it a lot of praise and it's good if you are finding yourself to be one of the people enjoying all the elements of the game but with it being surrounded by titles being praised as being some of the best games in certain areas it's likely to open Mass Effect up to more criticism and more noticeable faults.
  16. Crazycrab liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Mass Effect Andromeda,Worth pre-order/getting it at Launch?   
    Companies selling overpriced figures and toys for video games/movies/anime isn't exactly new. I don't see how it really makes it a bad practice if it's not cutting off gameplay content.
  17. Legolas_Katarn liked a post in a topic by Wade D McGinnis in Mass Effect Andromeda,Worth pre-order/getting it at Launch?   
    I would just try the $5 dollar EA Access. You get the first area for ten hours. More than enough time to figure out whether you want to put more money down. 
  18. Ninjin liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Nintendo update   
    None of the things you list Joe saying are hypocritical.
    When it comes to let's plays or just showing footage that can hold some merit but when it comes to reviewing the companies products or talking about their role in the industry or of their tech, which is more of what he wants to do and has had claimed in the past, you should not be giving a company money for that privilege. Joe not being popular without games is both almost certainly true, on a global scale and possibly in the modern age the same could be said about Nintendo without people sharing and writing about their products, neither of which has any actually relevance to anything.
    You seem to be misunderstanding multiple things here. It is Joe's content, even if you were someone who believes that no one should be able to use footage of games in reviews, much of the videos for game and tech reviews are still going to be of the Youtuber themselves, of their words, of their inserted things, of their skits, things not directly owned by either the Youtuber or Nintendo, etc, so with that line of thought then both the Youtuber and Nintendo would be stealing each others content. The other half of what you said about Nintendo protecting their employees doesn't make any sense. I'm not really sure about every Nintendo employees schedule spread occross different games, job areas, and countries are but don't see why that matters. Nintendo is not giving money to Youtubers at all (unless they had some kind of paid promotion), even when Youtubers become part of their program Nintendo is still not giving them their own money, they are just taking less of it from someone who is not their employee. Protecting their employees has no relevance to this at all and since Nintendo does have an American division they are also an American company (and European) so where someone is from isn't really relevant when it's their own region that tends to claim and manage content in that area.
    Nothing about this is hypocritical. He is correct in that it is Nintendo throwing away free coverage, this is something proven by sales data and multiple AAA and indie developers. You are correct in a line of thinking that most popular Youtubers tend to have an inflated sense of self importance but, again, that's not really relevant to anything in regards to being a hypocrite or the legal situation.
    That would imply that Nintendo actually cares about Joe and watches his content, which is unlikely unless he was to start getting reported by news sources (though I guess he kind of did in 2014 or 2015 I think). I don't know what steps you would be referring to as claiming his income is really the only thing they can do. They can't do something like sue him first for flipping off a corporation in a Youtube video.....at least not yet.
    You really don't, legality of a lot of this is vague, not even agreed upon by many content creators, and would be up to courts to decide, who depending on who was looking over the case would likely come up with different answers, probably even more varied answers in different countries. It would make sense to stop having videos with images of their content, unless you actually were going to try to take it to court, but even then you certainly don't have to respect them, and I really don't mind someone complaining about a large wealthy corporation that has frequently damaged the industry or treated their employees poorly in the past and present.
    That's a rare thing to get from most gaming Youtubers in general, even more so when videos are typically done more as reactions to things and when someone has Angry in their name. You would be better of looking for content by Youtubers who tend to come into discussions in a calm, intellectual, legal and logic focused way, and with a more impersonal perspective (Extra Credits, Folding Ideas, hbomberguy, InnuendoStudios, Errant Signal, Cool Ghosts, Lindsay Ellis, Kyle Kallgren, etc), though I've never seen any of them do more than post a few tweets about Nintendo or Youtube policies, if they have ever said anything in the first place.
  19. Legolas_Katarn liked a post in a topic by Crazycrab in Good day lads   
    We have switched over to Discord for communication.  If you haven't already download DISCORD and you can join our server through THIS LINK.
     
    Welcome to the Army!
  20. Legolas_Katarn liked a post in a topic by Wade D McGinnis in [GBO] Hollow Knight   
    Morning guys and gals! James here aka Wade D McGinnis! Today I give you the review to a metroidvania style hand drawn indie title called Hollow Knight. Check out the review and let me know in the comments below your thoughts! 
     
  21. Ninjin liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Nintendo update   
    None of the things you list Joe saying are hypocritical.
    When it comes to let's plays or just showing footage that can hold some merit but when it comes to reviewing the companies products or talking about their role in the industry or of their tech, which is more of what he wants to do and has had claimed in the past, you should not be giving a company money for that privilege. Joe not being popular without games is both almost certainly true, on a global scale and possibly in the modern age the same could be said about Nintendo without people sharing and writing about their products, neither of which has any actually relevance to anything.
    You seem to be misunderstanding multiple things here. It is Joe's content, even if you were someone who believes that no one should be able to use footage of games in reviews, much of the videos for game and tech reviews are still going to be of the Youtuber themselves, of their words, of their inserted things, of their skits, things not directly owned by either the Youtuber or Nintendo, etc, so with that line of thought then both the Youtuber and Nintendo would be stealing each others content. The other half of what you said about Nintendo protecting their employees doesn't make any sense. I'm not really sure about every Nintendo employees schedule spread occross different games, job areas, and countries are but don't see why that matters. Nintendo is not giving money to Youtubers at all (unless they had some kind of paid promotion), even when Youtubers become part of their program Nintendo is still not giving them their own money, they are just taking less of it from someone who is not their employee. Protecting their employees has no relevance to this at all and since Nintendo does have an American division they are also an American company (and European) so where someone is from isn't really relevant when it's their own region that tends to claim and manage content in that area.
    Nothing about this is hypocritical. He is correct in that it is Nintendo throwing away free coverage, this is something proven by sales data and multiple AAA and indie developers. You are correct in a line of thinking that most popular Youtubers tend to have an inflated sense of self importance but, again, that's not really relevant to anything in regards to being a hypocrite or the legal situation.
    That would imply that Nintendo actually cares about Joe and watches his content, which is unlikely unless he was to start getting reported by news sources (though I guess he kind of did in 2014 or 2015 I think). I don't know what steps you would be referring to as claiming his income is really the only thing they can do. They can't do something like sue him first for flipping off a corporation in a Youtube video.....at least not yet.
    You really don't, legality of a lot of this is vague, not even agreed upon by many content creators, and would be up to courts to decide, who depending on who was looking over the case would likely come up with different answers, probably even more varied answers in different countries. It would make sense to stop having videos with images of their content, unless you actually were going to try to take it to court, but even then you certainly don't have to respect them, and I really don't mind someone complaining about a large wealthy corporation that has frequently damaged the industry or treated their employees poorly in the past and present.
    That's a rare thing to get from most gaming Youtubers in general, even more so when videos are typically done more as reactions to things and when someone has Angry in their name. You would be better of looking for content by Youtubers who tend to come into discussions in a calm, intellectual, legal and logic focused way, and with a more impersonal perspective (Extra Credits, Folding Ideas, hbomberguy, InnuendoStudios, Errant Signal, Cool Ghosts, Lindsay Ellis, Kyle Kallgren, etc), though I've never seen any of them do more than post a few tweets about Nintendo or Youtube policies, if they have ever said anything in the first place.
  22. Ninjin liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Nintendo update   
    None of the things you list Joe saying are hypocritical.
    When it comes to let's plays or just showing footage that can hold some merit but when it comes to reviewing the companies products or talking about their role in the industry or of their tech, which is more of what he wants to do and has had claimed in the past, you should not be giving a company money for that privilege. Joe not being popular without games is both almost certainly true, on a global scale and possibly in the modern age the same could be said about Nintendo without people sharing and writing about their products, neither of which has any actually relevance to anything.
    You seem to be misunderstanding multiple things here. It is Joe's content, even if you were someone who believes that no one should be able to use footage of games in reviews, much of the videos for game and tech reviews are still going to be of the Youtuber themselves, of their words, of their inserted things, of their skits, things not directly owned by either the Youtuber or Nintendo, etc, so with that line of thought then both the Youtuber and Nintendo would be stealing each others content. The other half of what you said about Nintendo protecting their employees doesn't make any sense. I'm not really sure about every Nintendo employees schedule spread occross different games, job areas, and countries are but don't see why that matters. Nintendo is not giving money to Youtubers at all (unless they had some kind of paid promotion), even when Youtubers become part of their program Nintendo is still not giving them their own money, they are just taking less of it from someone who is not their employee. Protecting their employees has no relevance to this at all and since Nintendo does have an American division they are also an American company (and European) so where someone is from isn't really relevant when it's their own region that tends to claim and manage content in that area.
    Nothing about this is hypocritical. He is correct in that it is Nintendo throwing away free coverage, this is something proven by sales data and multiple AAA and indie developers. You are correct in a line of thinking that most popular Youtubers tend to have an inflated sense of self importance but, again, that's not really relevant to anything in regards to being a hypocrite or the legal situation.
    That would imply that Nintendo actually cares about Joe and watches his content, which is unlikely unless he was to start getting reported by news sources (though I guess he kind of did in 2014 or 2015 I think). I don't know what steps you would be referring to as claiming his income is really the only thing they can do. They can't do something like sue him first for flipping off a corporation in a Youtube video.....at least not yet.
    You really don't, legality of a lot of this is vague, not even agreed upon by many content creators, and would be up to courts to decide, who depending on who was looking over the case would likely come up with different answers, probably even more varied answers in different countries. It would make sense to stop having videos with images of their content, unless you actually were going to try to take it to court, but even then you certainly don't have to respect them, and I really don't mind someone complaining about a large wealthy corporation that has frequently damaged the industry or treated their employees poorly in the past and present.
    That's a rare thing to get from most gaming Youtubers in general, even more so when videos are typically done more as reactions to things and when someone has Angry in their name. You would be better of looking for content by Youtubers who tend to come into discussions in a calm, intellectual, legal and logic focused way, and with a more impersonal perspective (Extra Credits, Folding Ideas, hbomberguy, InnuendoStudios, Errant Signal, Cool Ghosts, Lindsay Ellis, Kyle Kallgren, etc), though I've never seen any of them do more than post a few tweets about Nintendo or Youtube policies, if they have ever said anything in the first place.
  23. Ninjin liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Nintendo update   
    None of the things you list Joe saying are hypocritical.
    When it comes to let's plays or just showing footage that can hold some merit but when it comes to reviewing the companies products or talking about their role in the industry or of their tech, which is more of what he wants to do and has had claimed in the past, you should not be giving a company money for that privilege. Joe not being popular without games is both almost certainly true, on a global scale and possibly in the modern age the same could be said about Nintendo without people sharing and writing about their products, neither of which has any actually relevance to anything.
    You seem to be misunderstanding multiple things here. It is Joe's content, even if you were someone who believes that no one should be able to use footage of games in reviews, much of the videos for game and tech reviews are still going to be of the Youtuber themselves, of their words, of their inserted things, of their skits, things not directly owned by either the Youtuber or Nintendo, etc, so with that line of thought then both the Youtuber and Nintendo would be stealing each others content. The other half of what you said about Nintendo protecting their employees doesn't make any sense. I'm not really sure about every Nintendo employees schedule spread occross different games, job areas, and countries are but don't see why that matters. Nintendo is not giving money to Youtubers at all (unless they had some kind of paid promotion), even when Youtubers become part of their program Nintendo is still not giving them their own money, they are just taking less of it from someone who is not their employee. Protecting their employees has no relevance to this at all and since Nintendo does have an American division they are also an American company (and European) so where someone is from isn't really relevant when it's their own region that tends to claim and manage content in that area.
    Nothing about this is hypocritical. He is correct in that it is Nintendo throwing away free coverage, this is something proven by sales data and multiple AAA and indie developers. You are correct in a line of thinking that most popular Youtubers tend to have an inflated sense of self importance but, again, that's not really relevant to anything in regards to being a hypocrite or the legal situation.
    That would imply that Nintendo actually cares about Joe and watches his content, which is unlikely unless he was to start getting reported by news sources (though I guess he kind of did in 2014 or 2015 I think). I don't know what steps you would be referring to as claiming his income is really the only thing they can do. They can't do something like sue him first for flipping off a corporation in a Youtube video.....at least not yet.
    You really don't, legality of a lot of this is vague, not even agreed upon by many content creators, and would be up to courts to decide, who depending on who was looking over the case would likely come up with different answers, probably even more varied answers in different countries. It would make sense to stop having videos with images of their content, unless you actually were going to try to take it to court, but even then you certainly don't have to respect them, and I really don't mind someone complaining about a large wealthy corporation that has frequently damaged the industry or treated their employees poorly in the past and present.
    That's a rare thing to get from most gaming Youtubers in general, even more so when videos are typically done more as reactions to things and when someone has Angry in their name. You would be better of looking for content by Youtubers who tend to come into discussions in a calm, intellectual, legal and logic focused way, and with a more impersonal perspective (Extra Credits, Folding Ideas, hbomberguy, InnuendoStudios, Errant Signal, Cool Ghosts, Lindsay Ellis, Kyle Kallgren, etc), though I've never seen any of them do more than post a few tweets about Nintendo or Youtube policies, if they have ever said anything in the first place.
  24. AverageSpacePope liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Total War : Warhammer DLC Bullshitery   
    I don't know why you think releasing high quality content to be bullshit. Along with all the free DLC they have released, and are about to release with the Bretonnia and vampire legendary lord, the faction DLC has been very good. Adding two armies that play very differently, with their own world map mechanics and buildings, have their own lords and heroes, and units with unique looks and animations.
    They are on sale frequently. They just had a sale a few days ago, when Total War Warhammer released it remained $45 for weeks instead of $60. The base game is currently in a Humble Bundle with six other games for $12.
  25. AverageSpacePope liked a post in a topic by Legolas_Katarn in Games Beaten By the AJSA (2017)   
    New thread for 2017.
     
    Let other AJSA members know what games you have finished this year. Post a few words about what you thought of the game, a longer review, a video review or footage, screenshots, etc. Feel free to discuss the games we've beaten or to talk to others about them. For a game to be considered beaten either finish the single player portion of the game or, for games without campaigns (MMOs, sports games, multiplayer only games, etc), play to a point where you have seen what the game has to offer. Not going to be counting DLCs as individual games (as that could get confusing) but feel free to post your thoughts on them as that is also the point of the thread. If it is an expansion that was sold separately or stand alone content like Shogun 2's Fall of the Samurai I will count that. Episodic games will count as one game, not a game per episode, but feel free to mention each one if you want to discuss each episode individually.
     
    If you want to see what people thought of a certain game or see how many people have played it you can use the search function near the top right of the page and type in the game's title, just switch the search option to be for this topic.
     
    I'll keep track of how many games we each have finished to see who has been playing the most and what our combined total is for the year.
     
    Total Games Completed: 137
     
    Games Completed By Member
    Legolas_Katarn: 50
    Kaz32: 39
    Mr_E_Meatshield: 12
    Madfinnishgamer38: 11
    MadDemon64: 7
    WITHASTICK: 6
    argetlam350: 5
    Alexander452: 2
    BungeeBong: 2
    DestinyDecade: 1
    Scohui: 1
    Shagger: 1
     
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