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SakuraMissingno

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  • Birthday 03/04/1993

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  1. Sounds like we're all putting away Townscaper. For what it was, I didn't hate it. I probably would've actually played around with it when I needed a game that didn't require a lot of thinking, but it was tedious trying to find the perfect spot on the map to get that one achievement. Then I finished up The Procession to Calvary. -- Which took me a little bit longer than I had hoped, but I enjoyed it! I thought it was pretty funny, and I really enjoyed the animation style that it used. So I've actually enjoyed the games so far. I'm missing 2 or 3 achievements for Gorogoa at the moment, that I might swing back through later to try and grab. I thought that was kind of a neat game. But now I'm definitely onto a few "Ugh... Okay..." types of games... I say waiting for Little Mouse's Encyclopedia to fully download...
  2. I managed to get TWO. Count 'em, TWO! .... Completions.
  3. Ah yes, the call of GSL woke me up at 5 AM. "It's back, you in?" I'm glad to be participating again!!! 😁😅 Thanks to you and Puppys for alerting me that it's back!
  4. GSL is back in town, and I've been waiting for it, haha. I want to play I certainly have the time to, now!
  5. It has been brought to my attention that I have finally hit 100+ completions... I honestly can't believe that it has finally happened. I have abandoned my goal of reaching 40% by the end of this year, and have started to dig in deep to hit 200k by the end of this year. It's going to be a rough one, seeing how I have ~40k left to go, and about 5 months left to do it... But I think I'll be able to accomplish it. Possibly. Maybe... And then maybe I'll focus on actually hitting 40%...
  6. After 74-ish hours... I've finally gotten the last achievements in Forager... I... Had to put some hair ties on my controller so I could walk away for a few hours while it did what it needed to do for me to get the last two... But... It's done now...
  7. It's February... I guess it's been a hot minute... I've been slowly working on my achievement percentage to get it up to 40% (including DLC). I dragged my poor 360 out of retirement, and every time I turn it on, it screeches as if it's telling me to put it out of it's misery, as it slowly loads up literally anything. I decided to drop the money on the 360 versions of TTG: The Walking Dead Season 2, The Raven, and the physical copy of TTG: Game of Thrones (which took a month and a half to get here because the seller shipped it via USPS, and it landed itself in the states center of "where mail goes to die"), since those were the main 3 dragging my percentage down. I've completed TTG: TWD2 and The Raven, and I'm a little over half way done with TTG: GoT, but it's slow going, because when I have the time to sit down and play, I find myself dozing off during all the dialogue... I've been looking at the 360 version of Thief that I have an achievement popped for, but as I look through, I'm wondering if a 100% would be possible (for me) to accomplish. But any little bit helps, so I might just run through it to the best of my ability and get whatever I can squeeze out of it. As for my goal to hit 200k by the end of the year... With my focus so strongly on completion percentage it definitely feels like it's slow going and slim pickings. It's so easy to just bang out a few quick and easy completions, especially since a lot of the games that I have to do "clean up" on are more time consuming games...
  8. Gamertag: SakuraMissingno Games: Costume Quest (1 pt) Skyrim (360) (10pt) Total: 11
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  10. If you don't mind the idea of spoiling things, I would suggest looking into all the mechanics and features of the game first. I went in completely blind as to what I was getting myself into, and I'm now at a point where it feels like an idle game, except I have to have it open in order to progress. I'm sure there are more efficient ways to do things than how I did it, so it doesn't become a "hurry up and wait" situation, but even at that, I'm glad that I went in knowing nothing. Half the fun is figuring out what everything does and how it all relates, I guess. If it's anything like Oxenfree, then I could definitely see how the completion could be a pain in the butt, but I haven't really looked into it too much. It was the premise that got me, too. -- And I actually kind of enjoyed Oxenfree, so I figured this one might be good. I'll get around to it, eventually, ha. Thanks! It's been a long road, but I'm glad I finally reached this point.
  11. Ah! It's been over a month, and I didn't even realize. I finally was able to finish Microsoft Solitaire Collection last month. That was a relief to finish up, because 100 rounds of anything can get tedious. I was determined to get that off my "Just finish it to up your completion percentage, because it's not that hard, it's just boring." list... I've gotten really into Forager. It's the only game I know where perpetual grinding is made to be fun. It's especially nice to be able to come home from work and actually shut off for the night with a game that doesn't require excessive amount of thought. I also spent some time playing Hypnospace Outlaw, and was actually really surprised to find out that it was a Ratalaika game! It's surprisingly good with having that name attached to it. I mean it's not fantastic by any means, but it definitely succeeds in being exactly what it wanted to be, and it has its charm. Since it's on Gamepass, the price is right. I have hit a wall with it, however, because it has a collection based achievement, and the collection is massive and is a little too time consuming and overly thorough -- for lack of a better way to describe it. I've set a goal of hitting 40% completion percentage by the end of December 2021, and I think I might actually be able to hit 200k gamerscore by this time next year with the way things are going. I've set myself back a bit with the completion percentage, but it's fiiiiiiine. Sometimes you just gotta. On my To Do List, currently: Afterparty Blair Witch Brave Call of Cthulhu The Council The Dark Pictures Anthology: Man of Medan Felix the Reaper Forager Graveyard Keeper A Hero and A Garden Human Fall Flat Hypnospace Outlaw Mushroom Savior Night Call A Plague Tale: Innocence Skyrim Transference The Walking Dead: The Final Season ------------------------------------- On a side note -- I landed a job that actually utilizes my accounting degree, and I'm thrilled.
  12. A: A Summer with the Shiba Inu - 1000 = 2000 (Double Points) B: Blind Men - 1000 = 2000 (Double Points) I'm just going to lump A Summer with the Shiba Inu and Blind Men together, because they're basically the same thing. I don't know what was happening. I don't care what was happening. The only thing that I'm angry about is that I didn't pay close enough attention playing A Summer with the Shiba Inu to realize that I was also able to skip through unseen dialogue, so it made the game take three times longer than it needed to. C: Call of Cthulhu - 450 After reading the reviews, and hearing about this game through the grapevine, my expectations for it were so low, that I was actually pleasantly surprised when I played it. While I didn't get a completion for the tournament, I will more than likely be picking this back up to complete and get it done. It's... BAD... But it's not the WORST thing I've ever played, to be fair. F: Fragments of Him - 1000 If I hadn't been trying to speed through it, I probably would've enjoyed it more. While there were some points where it was kind of a drag, it has one of the most well done narratives out of any story-driven game I've ever played. H: Himno - 1000 I don't know what this was. But I did it... Not entirely sure what the purpose or point of it was, but I guess it wasn't the worst. I: IN-VERT - 1000 I feel like this is kind of like another Wandersong. I probably would have enjoyed it if I played it the way it was meant to be played instead of level skipping. L: Little Misfortune - 1000 10/10. Love this game. I have a lot of appreciation for dark humor, and I've been in love with their art style since Fran Bow was released. They are awesome at story telling, and I appreciate their talent for making dark topics whimsical. O: One Night Stand - 1000 The game had its charm... But we'll file that with A Summer with the Shiba Inu and Blind Men. U: Ultra Hat Dimension - 1000 This game was kind of cute, to be honest. It gave me some serious Adventures of Lolo vibes (for some vague reason that I can't quite pinpoint, because its been so long since I played that), but it was pretty well done. W: Warlock's Tower - 1000 Not a bad concept for a puzzle game. Some of the "enemies" made the gameplay a bit tedious for me. Although that was probably just because i was trying to get through it as quickly as possible, and having to wait for them to make their move was just kind of drawn out (on the conveyor belt levels). X: X-Blades - 450 = 900 (double points) And now a dramatic reenactment -- text version... Me: Complains to friend about how this game is difficult, but really it just doesn't seem like it should be that difficult, and I'm really struggling, and I don't know what I'm doing, but it's crunch time in the tournament and I'm just gonna call it quits at this point because it is taking me like thirty minutes to complete one section of the game and it just isn't worth the stress. -post tournament, friend comes over because they want to know what the heck I was complaining about, and starts playing it making it seem like a breeze- Friend: So... Did you play the tutorial... Or... Take the time to read anything or learn how to actually play the game? Or did you just enter cheat codes and skip levels, while hoping for the best? Me: ... uh... well... you see... Friend: And this is why we play the tutorial... Y: Your Toy - 1000 ----------------------------------------------------------------- As a side note: During this time, I reached (and exceeded) my goal of reaching a 35% completion percentage. (I'm at 36% now.) As well as hit over 125k gamer score. Now I guess it's time to start figuring out what my next goal is? I guess I'll aim for 40% for the end of next year.
  13. Yea. I did it multiple times, the achievement just glitched and I had to uninstall/reinstall/replay. I read in a couple places that it didn't pop for some people unless it landed right in the water without hitting the sides of the pool (although that seemed a little extreme), and was wondering if maybe I was just hitting something that was voiding the achievement. Nope. Just garbage game being garbage...
  14. Yes! I've lost count of what attempt this is, but I think I'm somewhere in the 10-15 range at the moment. I honestly can't decide what's scarier. The animations that take 20 seconds to complete. The controls somehow switching between overly clumsy and slow, to overly sensitive and quick. Or THE STUPID ITEM MENU SCROLLING AGAINST WHAT INTUITIVELY MAKES SENSE. Edit: After probably 25 times of trying I FINALLY got it. Edit 2: If I have to attempt to throw this bear into the water one more time, I'm going to throw myself out of a window. (Any advice?)
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