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Games I Have Finished (as far as I can remember)
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I put this list together a few weeks ago for fun, so why not post it?

Games Reviewed

PC
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NetStorm: Islands At War
Star Wars: Jedi Knight - Mysteries of the Sith
Recoil

GB
--
Mega Man in Dr. Wily's Revenge

GBC
--
Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble
Bionic Commando - Elite Forces

GBA
--
Riviera: The Promised Land

SNES
--
BlaZeon
Tin Star

Genesis
--
Mega Turrican

GC
--
Baldur's Gate - Dark Alliance
XGRA - Extreme-G Racing Association
Gauntlet: Dark Legacy (kind of)


Games Beaten
(could review)

LCD Handheld Games
--
Pac-Man (Micro Games of America 1992 version)

GB
--
Super Mario Land
Super Mario Land 2 - Six Golden Coins (Easy and Normal difficulties)
Wario Land - Super Mario Land 3
The Legend of Zelda - Link's Awakening (multiple times)
Final Fantasy Adventure
Super Return of the Jedi (Easy)
Gradius - The Interstellar Assault (Easy, Normal, and Hard)
Donkey Kong '94
Mega Man in Dr. Wily's Revenge
Mega Man II
Mega Man IV
Micro Machines
Super RC Pro-Am
Kirby's Dream Land (Normal and Hard modes)
Kirby's Dream Land 2
Kirby's Pinball Land
Kirby's Block Ball
Donkey Kong Land
Mole Mania
Ninja Gaiden Shadow
Battle Arena Toshinden
Bionic Commando
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Fall of the Foot Clan
Mega Man III
Zen: Intergalactic Ninja
Quarth
Monster Truck Wars (Normal)
Kirby's Star Stacker
Tetris Blast (Challenge mode first 50 stages [Normal])
Trax
Tarzan: Lord of the Jungle (Normal)
The King of Fighters '96 (JP import)
Maru's Mission
Nemesis

Game Gear
--
Sonic Spinball (Normal, used 2 continues)
Sonic Chaos (as Tails)
Sonic the Hedgehog (used 2 continues, bad ending)
Donald Duck in the Lucky Dime Caper
Tom & Jerry: The Movie (Normal)
The Lost World: Jurassic Park
Columns (beaten Flash mode on max difficulty)
Bust-A-Move - 1P Vs. CPU mode (Normal difficulty)
Super Columns (Flash mode and Story mode beaten)
Sonic: Triple Trouble! (beat with Sonic, bad ending)
Tempo Jr.
Aladdin
VR Troopers (Easy difficulty, Giant graphics mode)
Legend of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse
Deep Duck Trouble starring Donald Duck
GG Aleste 2 (Normal difficulty) (JP import)
Fray: Shugyouhen (JP import)

--
Virtual Boy
--
Virtual Boy Wario Land (in Normal and Hard difficulties, with all treasures)
Vertical Force (in Difficulty 1 (Easy) and Difficulty 2 (Normal))
Mario's Tennis (Easy Doubles Tournament)

GB/C Dual Mode
--
Wario Land 2 (beat the Really Final Chapter) (beaten multiple times)
R-Type DX (in R-Type DX mode and B&W R-Type II mode)
Survival Kids (got a couple of endings)
Pocket Bomberman (main game and all three Jump Mode courses)
Looney Tunes
Shanghai Mini (main mode, used default 7 min timer)
Test Drive 6 (won all circuits, saw the ending, and finished first in pretty much every race as well)

GBC Only
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WarLocked
Heroes of Might & Magic
Project S-11
Kirby Tilt 'n' Tumble
Bionic Commando - Elite Forces (five or six times)
Super Mario Bros. Deluxe
The Legend of Zelda - Oracle of Ages (non-linked)
The Legend of Zelda - Oracle of Seasons (including real final boss -link game)
The Legend of Zelda - Oracle of Seasons (non-linked)
Donkey Kong Country
Frogger 2
Top Gear Pocket 2
Pokemon Puzzle Challenge (beat all difficulties in vs. story mode)

Neo Geo Pocket Color
--
Fatal Fury: First Contact (Normal difficulty, with one character)
Samurai Shodown! 2 (Normal difficulty, Story mode)
Metal Slug: 1st Mission (Normal difficulty only so far)
The Last Blade (with many characters)
The King of Fighters R-2 (arcade mode)
Samurai Shodown! Pocket Fighting Series (JP import) (Normal difficulty)

GBA
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Lady Sia
Summon Night: Swordcraft Story
Wario Land 4
Fire Emblem
Fire Emblem - The Sacred Stones
Advance Wars 2 - Black Hole Rising
Golden Sun
Lunar Legend
Riviera - The Promised Land
Gradius Galaxies
The King of Fighters EX2 - Howling Blood
Metroid Zero Mission
Metroid Fusion
Motocross Madness Advance
Summon Night: Swordcraft Story 2
Gunstar Super Heroes (Red, Normal difficulty)
Metal Slug Advance
Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo (Arcade mode, Normal difficulty)
Drill Dozer (main game)
Digidrive (beat CPU opponents and got credits) (JP import)
Kururin Paradise (beat all stages) (JP import)
The Legend of Zelda: The Minish Cap

DS
--
Castlevania - Portrait of Ruin (finished main game normal and Sisters hard)
Guilty Gear Dust Strikers ( with several characters)
Advance Wars - Dual Strike (Normal campaign)
The Rub Rabbits (main story)
Etrian Odyssey (beat Entreant)
The Legend of Zelda: Phantom Hourglass
Children of Mana
Nanostray (Normal difficulty)
WarioWare Touched! (got credits and beyond)
Mario vs. Donkey Kong: Miniland Mayhem (Normal and Plus modes both 100% complete, so single player mode is 100% complete.)
Space Invaders Revolution (beat New mode)
Planet Puzzle League (beat most modes, but not Puzzle)
Meteos (Star Trip mode, beaten all three routes)
The Legend of Kage 2 (Normal)
Picross 3D (beat all included puzzles)
Puzzle Quest: Galactrix
Professor Layton and the Curious Village (124 puzzles completed)
Professor Layton and the Mysterious Box (main game completed)
Picross DS (beat all included puzzles, and all of the Mario's Super Picross download set; can't play the others, WFC is now dead)
Zookeeper (Normal difficulty, main mode)
Color Cross (beat all puzzles)

PSP
--
Street Fighter Alpha 3 Max (beat Arcade mode on Normal)
Blokus: Steambot Championship
BlazBlue: Calamity Trigger Portable (beat Arcade mode, a bad end in Story mode)
Castlevania Dracula X Chronicles (Chronicles mode)
Every Extend Extra
Class of Heroes (got to credits, not through all postgame content)
Galcon Labs
Fortix

3DS
--
Mighty Gunvolt - beat with all 3 characters
Outrun 3D - Finished a route
BoyBoy! - beat main levels and saw ending, not postgame stages (yet)
Liberation Maiden - beat on Normal difficulty
Legend of the Dark Witch - beat on Easy
Fire Emblem Awakening - beat on Hard
Witch & Hero
Parascientific Escape: Cruise in the Distant Seas
Drancia Saga
Mighty Switch Force (main levels only so far)
The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess Picross

Atari 2600
--
Adventure
Haunted House

Odyssey 2
--
The Quest for the Rings
Helicopter Rescue!
Speedway!

NES
--
Rollergames
Image Fight
Kirby's Adventure
StarTropics
Ninja Gaiden II - The Dark Sword of Chaos
Maxi 15: Menace Beach
Super Mario Bros. 3
Guerrilla War
Arkista's Ring
Abadox
Ninja Crusaders
Gotcha! The Sport
Vice: Project Doom
Commando (JP import copy, "Wolf of the Battlefield")
Darkwing Duck

Sega Master System
--
Vigilante
Double Dragon
Alex Kidd: The Lost Stars
Bomber Raid

TurboGrafx-16
--
Bonk's Adventure
Keith Courage in Alpha Zones (using the trick that makes the final boss not attack)
Tiger Road (did use Back Up saving)
Ninja Spirit (PC Engine mode)
Sidearms
Blazing Lazers
Cyber-Core (used infinite continues cheat)
Wonder Momo (JP import)
W-Ring: The Double Rings (JP import) (Normal difficulty)
Dungeon Explorer
Spin Pair (JP import)
Doraemon Nobita no Dorabian Nights (JP import)
Space Invaders Plus (in Space Invaders: Fukkatsu no Hi (JP import))
Final Soldier (JP import) (Normal difficulty)
Outrun (JP import) (Easy difficulty)

Genesis
--
Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Sonic 2 & Knuckles
Sonic 3 & Knuckles (with Knuckles)
Mega Turrican
Mortal Kombat 2
Outrun
Outrun 2019
Golden Axe (short Easy game only)
Golden Axe 2 (short Easy game only)
Lightening Force - Quest for the Darkstar (only in 100 lives per continue mode)
Samurai Shodown (with one character)
Street Fighter II - Special Champion Edition
Sonic 3D Blast (with just 6 Chaos Emeralds so no real final boss)
Sunset Riders (Easy difficulty)
Crack Down (Easy)
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Hyperstone Heist (w/max life/continue settings, Normal difficulty)
Socket
Ghouls & Ghosts (Practice difficulty)
Trouble Shooter (Easy)
Atomic Runner (Normal)
Fire Shark (Easy, loop 1)
Phelios (Normal)
Rolling Thunder 3 (Normal)
OutRunners
Universal Soldier (Easy)
Rolling Thunder 2 (Normal)
Sonic the Hedgehog (normal ending)
Streets of Rage 2 (Easy)
Truxton (Default, Loop 1)
WeaponLord (Easy)
Viewpoint (Normal)

Turbo CD
--
Avenger (JP import)
Alzadick (JP import)
Down Load 2 (JP import)
Hihou Densetsu: Chris no Bouken (JP import)
Puyo Puyo CD (JP import)
Super Darius II (JP import) - Normal difficulty, 9/9 lives and continues
Bokushou Yoshimoto Shingeki (JP import)
Ultra Box 6 (JP import) (beat the racing game)
Racing Spirits (JP import)
Kaizoku Choujin Shubibinman 3: Ikai no Princess (JP import) (beat on Normal)
Splash Lake
Zero Wing (JP import)
Psychic Storm (JP import)

SNES
--
Super Mario World (several times, all exits found)
Donkey Kong Country 3 - Dixie Kong's Double Trouble
F-Zero
Top Gear (through all three difficulties)
Super R-Type
TMNT IV: Turtles in Time (one and two players, Normal)
TMNT Tournament Fighters
Super Street Fighter II
BlaZeon
Final Fight 2
Sunset Riders
ActRaiser
Illusion of Gaia
Killer Instinct (on easy)
King of the Monsters 2
Tetris Attack
Tiny Toon Adventures - Wacky Sports Challenge
World Heroes 2
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest
Final Fight 3 (with two players)
Super Castlevania IV (Normal difficulty)
Super Mario World 2 - Yoshi's Island
Kirby's Dream Course
Gradius III (Normal difficulty)
Power Piggs of the Dark Age
Raiden Trad (Normal difficulty)
Donkey Kong Country
Doom (normal difficulty)
Cacoma Knight in BizyLand (normal difficulty)
Super Metroid (8:33, 66%)
GunForce: Battle Fire Engulfed Terror Island (Normal, 2 continues used)
Tin Star (Normal difficulty, got bad ending)
Super Bonk
Porky Pig's Haunted Holiday
Street Racer - Medium
Super Turrican (Normal difficulty)
Pinocchio
Battle Cars (Normal difficulty)
Space Megaforce (Normal)
Melfand Stories (JP import) (easy path)
Fighter's History (on Normal)
Doraemon 1 (JP import)
Block Kuzushi (JP import) (Story mode)
Cosmo Police Galivan II: Arrow of Justice (JP import) (Normal, 9 lives per continue, used 4 or 5 continues)

Sega CD
--
Star Wars - Rebel Assault
Sonic CD
Robo Aleste (Normal)
Silpheed (Normal, used level-select code to go to the final boss after running out of credits at it)
*Devastator (Normal)
*Annet Again (J)
*Dennin Aleste: Nobunaga and his Ninja Force (J version of Robo Aleste) (completed on Normal difficulty)
*Night Striker (J) (Normal)

32X
--
Mortal Kombat II (once, Easiest difficulty)
After Burner (Easy difficulty)
Space Harrier (Easy, 5 lives, Arcade mode)

Saturn
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Cyber Speedway (both circuits)
Panzer Dragoon (Normal)
NiGHTS into dreams... (Claris' dream)
Baku Baku (Normal)
Virtua Fighter 2 (Normal, with one character)
Night Warriors: DarkStalkers' Revenge (with one character so far, difficulty 4 of 8)
Sega Rally Championship (haven't really beaten the game yet (that is finished in first overall), but I have managed to finish the first three tracks, so I'm listing it semi-provisionally because of that.)
Wipeout (beaten easier circuit. As with the above I have not finished the harder circuit in first so I was not allowed to go to the secret final track, but did finish it (in 2nd) so I'm listing it here for now because of that.)
Puyo Puyo 2: Tsuu (Training and Arcade (Normal difficulty) modes beaten) (JP import)
Panzer Dragoon II: Zwei (Normal)
Street Fighter: The Movie (Movie mode, Normal)
Clockwork Knight (Normal)
Mega Man 8
Asuka 120% Burning Fest. Limited (JP import) (beat with a few characters on Normal)
Vampire Savior (JP import) (beat with several characters on difficulties 2-4 of 8)
Sonic Wings Special (JP import) (Easy difficulty)
Magical Drop 2 (JP import) (beat Story mode multiple times with different characters, completed Puzzle mode once)
Tokimeki Memorial Taisen Puzzle Dama (JP import) (arcade mode, normal, got bad ending)
Virtua Cop (with mouse, Normal, 9 lives and 9 continues)
Goiken Muyou: Anarchy in the Nippon (JP import) (beat once)
Detana!! Twinbee Yahho Deluxe Pack (beat both games, Detana!! Twinbee and Twinbee Yahho!, on Normal with default settings.)
Game Tengoku: The Game Paradise (JP import) (Normal)

PSX
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Mobile Light Force (aka Gunbird)
Sol Divide
Strikers 1945 (aka Strikers 1945 II)
Shooter - Space Shot
Shooter - Starfighter Sanvein
Soul Blade
Darkstalkers 3 (got a character to max level in Original mode and beat Arcade mode multiple times)
Evil Zone (all characters)
Tekken 3 (most characters)
The King of Fighters '99
Bushido Blade 2 (various characters)
Tenchu - Stealth Assassins (as Ayame)
Threads of Fate (as Mint)
Dead or Alive (got all costumes and characters)
In the Hunt (Normal difficulty)
Bravo Air Race
Sorcerer's Maze
PuchiCarat (JP import)
Extreme Go-Kart Racing (didn't unlock anyone though)
Extra Bright (JP import) (on Beginner)
Star Strike (on Normal)
Megatudo 2096 (JP import) (on Normal)

N64
--
Super Mario 64 (not all stars)
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Extreme-G
XG2: Extreme-G 2
Wipeout 64 (beat several times, have all silvers)
F-Zero X
San Francisco Rush 2049
Gauntlet Legends (with two characters)
Cruis'n USA
Cruis'n World
Cruis'n Exotica
San Francisco Rush (won the championship)
Rush 2 - Extreme Racing USA (finished campaign, but not in first)
Wave Race 64
Hydro Thunder
Star Soldier - Vanishing Earth
Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon
Goemon's Great Adventure (beat twice)
Super Smash Brothers
Mace: The Dark Age (with one character)
Mischief Makers
Rocket - Robot on Wheels
Bust-A-Move '99
BattleTanx - Global Assualt
Blast Corps (got all golds)
Donkey Kong 64 (with all golden banannas)
Fighter's Destiny
Jet Force Gemini (not the tribals quest)
Kirby 64 - The Crystal Shards (not all shards/Dark Matter)
Mario Kart 64
Mario Party 2
Paper Mario
Pokemon Puzzle League
Star Fox 64 (beat Expert Mode)
Star Wars - Battle for Naboo
Turok - Rage Wars (with several characters)
Big Mountain 2000
Top Gear Overdrive
Castlevania: Legacy of Darkness (Cornell's Mode, Normal)
Dark Rift (one character, normal)
BattleTanx (Easy difficulty, which is the default)
Dr. Mario 64 (Story mode, Normal difficulty)
Fighter Destiny 2 (Vs. CPU mode, Normal difficulty)
Xena Warrior Princess: The Talisman of Fate (Normal difficulty)
Super Robot Spirits (JP import) (Normal)
Susume Taisen Puzzle Dama (JP import) (beat both Puzzledama and Tokkaedama modes with multiple characters, on difficulty 4 (default))
Excitebike 64
Bomberman 64 (Japan, 2001) (JP import) (beat Bomberman mode)

Dreamcast
--
Sonic Adventure (Sonic Mode, is there a real ending if you beat the other character's games too? There wasn't with just Sonic...)
Soul Calibur (unlocked everything, beat all missions)
Street Fighter III: Double Impact - beat both Street Fighter III: New Generation and Street Fighter III Second Impact: Giant Attack (in multiple difficulty levels with various characters)
Frogger 2: Swampy's Revenge (Normal, beat all Super Retro levels as well)
18 Wheeler American Pro Trucker
The King of Fighters Evolution (Normal) (KOF 99)
Project Justice (beat with many teams on Normal)
Bust-A-Move 4 (Puzzle Story mode on Normal, Vs. CPU Story mode on Normal)
Dead or Alive 2 LE (JP import)
*Puyo Puyo Fever (J)
*Rez (E)
*Ikaruga (J)
*Psyvariar 2 (J)
*Under Defeat (J)
*Giga Wing 2 (beaten repeatedly, on multiple difficulty levels)
Power Stone 2 (with Ayame on Normal)
*Soul Calibur (E) (beat all or just about all sword master mode missions)
Dynamite Cop! (with two players)
*Propeller Arena (Normal difficulty)
Get!! Colonies (JP import) (main mode)
*Pod 2: Speed Zone (finished first on all tracks in all three modes)
Plasma Sword: Nightmare of Bilstein (difficulty 4)

Playstation 2
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The King of Fighters XI (with multiple teams in several modes)
Silpheed: The Lost Planet (Normal, 10 shield level)
Taito Legends 2: Darius Gaiden (normal), Dungeon Magic (normal), Metal Black (Normal), Arabian Magic (Normal), Gun Frontier (Normal, used 2nd player to get continue-at-point because of the very high and unfair difficulty level) (bad ending), Puchi Carat (Normal), Space Invaders '95 (Normal), Raimais (Normal), G-Darius (Normal, with two players)
Outrun 2006: Coast 2 Coast (beaten arcade mode multiple times, Coast 2 Coast - all girlfriend modes, first three Flagman modes.)
The King of Fighters 02/03 (beaten both KOF 2002 and KOF 2003 in high difficulties multiple times each with various characters)
Soul Calibur III (beaten with some but not all characters)
Metal Slug Anthology (Metal Slugs 3, 4, and 6, in default difficulty, with 2 players, and all seven titles, in default difficulty, with 1 player)
Art of Fighting Anthology: Art of Fighting 3 (one character, normal difficulty)
Capcom Fighting Evolution (difficulties 3 and 4 so far, multiple times each)
The King of Fighters 2006 (with a bunch of characters)
Tekken 5 (Story mode normal difficulty, with 2 characters)
Samurai Shodown Anthology: Samurai Shodown IV (normal difficulty), Samurai Shodown 6 (easiest difficulty)
Super Bust-A-Move (Puzzle mode)

GC
--
Skies of Arcadia - Legends
The Legend of Zelda - The Wind Waker
F-Zero GX (Story mode on default)
XGIII Extreme-G Racing (got hidden team)
XGRA - Extreme-G Racing Association (beat several times, got the best bike)
Beach Spikers - Virtua Beach Volleyball
Mega Man Anniversary Collection (finished MM 1-6 and both arcade games, but not 7-8)
Gauntlet - Dark Legacy (not quite a level 99 char)
Baldur's Gate - Dark Alliance
Ikaruga (only in two player mode with infinite credits)
Eternal Darkness (one playthrough)
SpyHunter
SSX3 (not all stunt missions)
Capcom vs. SNK 2 EO (unlocked everything and got several character endings)
Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance (in Hard mode)
Sonic Adventure 2: Battle
Star Wars - Rogue Squadron II - Rogue Leader
Star Wars - Rogue Squadron III - Rebel Strike
Super Smash Bros. Melee (didn't unlock everything)
Tales of Symphonia
Teen Titans
Wario Ware Inc. - Mega Party Games
Bloody Roar - Primal Fury (I think I beat it once)
Soul Calibur II (got everything)
Custom Robo (A New Journey mode)
Space Raiders (Story mode)
Naruto: Clash of Ninja 2 (Story mode, difficulty 2 (normal))

Xbox
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Dead or Alive 3 (with a bunch of characters, on normal)
Guilty Gear XX #Reload
Mortal Kombat Armageddon (with one character)
Dead or Alive 2 Ultimate (unlocked all costumes)
Samurai Shodown V (several times with different characters)
Dead or Alive Xtreme Beach Volleyball (finished once)
Castle of Shikigami Evolution Red (JP import) (Easy I believe)

Xbox 360
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Akane the Kunoichi (got good ending) (XBLA IG)
Dead or Alive 4 (beat with all characters in story mode, got true ending)
Soul Calibur IV (beat story mode with some characters)
Battle Fantasia (beat story mode with some characters)
Dead or Alive 5 Ultimate (finished story mode)
The King of Fighters XII (finished the "story" mode multiple times)
Tekken 6 (finished once)
The King of Fighters XIII (Arcade mode on normal, Story mode)
Otomedius Excellent (beat on Easy and Normal)
Geometry Wars 3: Retro Evolved (beat all levels in the game in all 3 modes)
Need for Speed: The Run (Normal difficulty)

Wii
--
Gradius ReBirth (finished loop 1, normal)
Castlevania: The Adventure ReBirth (Easy difficulty, 9 lives per continue)
The Monkey King: The Legend Begins (Normal, 5 lives per continue)
Rock & Roll Adventures
Mega Man 9 (Normal difficulty, about 5 hours playtime)
Klonoa
Mega Man 10 (Normal difficulty)
Octomania (beat on Easy, Normal, and Normal X2)
Naruto: Clash of Ninja Revolution (beat Story mode on normal)
Heavenly Guardian (beat both loops in one player mode)
Cruis'n (beat Circuit mode)
Vampire Crystals (first quest only)
Eco Shooter: Plant 530 (beat whole game)
Sengoku 3 [Wii Virtual Console Neo-Geo title] (default difficulty)
Eduardo the Samurai Toaster
Need for Speed: The Run
Space Harrier [Wii Virtual Console Arcade title] (default settings)

Playstation 3
--

Wii U
--
Mario Kart 8 (saw credits, unlocked all characters)
Splatoon
Midnight
Midnight 2


Arcade Games (played and beaten in the arcade)
--
Hydro Thunder (unlocked and completed all tracks)
Time Crisis 3 (with two players)
Tekken 3 (with several characters)
'Ironman' Ivan Stewart's Super Off-Road (never ends, but I got past the point where it loops -- could have played just about forever)

PC
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-Purchased Games-
Mega Man X4
Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo
MDK2
Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of Amn
Planescape: Torment
Sonic & Knuckles Collection (Sonic 3 & Knuckles only)
Civilization
Civilization II
Civilization II - Confilicts in Civilization (some scenarios, not all)
Civilization II - Fantastic Worlds (some scenarios, not all)
Heroes of Might & Magic 2 (beat single missions, but not the campaign)
Lords of the Realm II
Al Michaels Announces Hardball III (w/ players addon) (I'm not certain if I ever finished a season, though...)
Grim Fandango
The Secret of Monkey Island
The Curse of Monkey Island
Escape From Monkey Island
Hugo's House of Horrors
Hugo 2 - Whodunnit?
King's Quest VII - The Princeless Bride
Quest for Glory - So You Want To Be A Hero
Quest for Glory III - Wages of War
Diablo II
Diablo II - Lord of Destruction
Warcraft - Orcs and Humans
Warcraft II - Tides of Darkness (Human campaign)
Warcraft III - Reign of Chaos
Starcraft
Starcraft - Brood Wars (not without cheating)
Command & Conquer - Red Alert 2
Command & Conquer - Yuri's Revenge
Star Wars - Yoda Stories
Star Wars - Dark Forces 2 - Jedi Knight
Star Wars - Jedi Knight - Mysteries of the Sith (expansion)
Star Wars - Rebel Assualt 2 - The Hidden Empire
Star Wars - TIE Fighter CD-ROM Collection (completed original campaign and first expansion campaign but not second expansion campaign)
Star Wars - Rogue Squadron 3D
MechCommander Gold (completed original campaign but not expansion)
Whiplash
XG2: Extreme-G 2
Sid Meier's Antietam! / South Mountain!
Sid Meier's Gettysburg!
Axis & Allies (1998 boardgame conversion)
Clue - Murder in Boddy Mansion
Science Sleuths 1
Rockett's New School
The Castle of Dr. Brain
The Island of Dr. Brain
The Lost Mind of Dr. Brain
The Time Warp of Dr. Brain
Theme Park
Ultim@te Race Pro
Castles II - Siege and Conquest
Extreme Pinball
The Oregon Trail ('90s CD version)
Chex Quest
Road & Track Presents - Need for Speed
Commander Keen I - Marooned on Mars!
Commander Keen II - The Earth Explodes!
Commander Keen III - Keen Must Die!
Commander Keen VI - Aliens Ate My Baby Sitter!
Death Rally
Death Track Racing (Rollcage Stage II)
Disciples - Sacred Lands
Guild Wars (Normal, with two characters)
Guild Wars - Factions (Normal)
Jeopardy! (Sony 1995 ed.)
Shogun - Total War
Moto Racer
Moto Racer 2
Nile - Passage to Egypt (only kind of a game)
Oni
POD
Rally Championship (Network-Q RAC Rally Championship)
Raptor - Call of the Shadows (complated repeatedly)
Rayman 2 - The Great Escape
Recoil
Return to Castle Wolfenstein
Star Trek: Voyager - Elite Force
SimCity (as much as you can win it)
SimCity 2000 (same as above)
Sim Tower (100-floor 5-star tower)
Zone 66 Levels 3 & 4
Zork Grand Inquisitor
EGA Trek
Cohort - Fighting For Rome
Mutanoid Math Challenge
Summer Challenge
Midnight Rescue
Klik & Play (have beaten all included games that you can finish)
Phantasy Star Online: Blue Burst, Episode I (Normal)
Mega Man 3 (DOS Rozner Labs game)
Guild Wars - Eye of the North (Normal)
Street Fighter IV (with several characters on several of the easier difficulties... it's hard with keyboard!)
VVVVVV
Jamestown (difficulty 3)
Puzzle Quest: Challenge of the Warlords (Normal)
The King of Fighters XIII: Steam Edition (finished several times)
Skullgirls (finished several times)
Hexcells (100%)
Gunman Clive (Normal)
MURI (Normal)

Freeware (Once Retail)
--
Traffic Department 2192
Dark Ages (Apogee 1990 ver.)
Llamatron 2112
Castle of the Winds Vol. 1

Freeware (Always Free; incomplete list)
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CaveQuest
Keen 2000 (knp)
Dopefish (knp)
Dopefish Lives! (knp)
Bounce (knp)
Akuji the Demon
GLTron
Natuki
Galactix
Gal Pani X
Cave Story
Guxt
Dogma
Arcade Volleyball
Xerix
Shooting Heart
SideSwipe (really short)
Sky (never-ending loop -- got past point where it loops)
Tales of Lemma 1
Quine
The Little Bird
Astro Rally (finished first in all included tracks)


several other 'freeware graphic novel' games

other stuff

-Shareware Games (had shareware version only)- (incomplete list)
Duke Nukem Ep. 1
Realms of Chaos part 1
Bombs and Bugs
Wacky Wheels
Zone 66 (ep.1)
Stargunner
Skunny Kart
Jazz Jackrabbit
Xargon
Jill of the Jungle
Epic Pinball
Hexxagon
Major Stryker shareware
Overkill
Flying Tigers
Cosmo's Cosmic Adventure
Secret Agent
Bananoid
Math Rescue
Word Rescue
Pong Kombat
Crystal Caves
Invasion of the Mutant Space Bats of Doom

many, many more

-Other-
Demo versions of numerous titles


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Emulation
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Arcade (MAME/Nebula Model 2) Roms Finished (incomplete list, probably)
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Ninja Princess
Pretty Soldier Sailor Moon
Tokimeki Memorial Taisen Puzzle-dama
Gunbird
Gunbird 2
Gunforce - Battle Fire Engulfed Terror Island
Gunforce 2
Mystic Warriors
Sunset Riders
Magical Date EX (bad end)
Power Instinct 3 - Groove On Fight
Street Fighter III - Third Strike
WarZard
Strikers 1945
Strikers 1945 III
Aero Fighters
Progear
DoDonPachi
Princess Clara Daisakusen
Darius Gaiden
Motor Raid (Model 2)
Dead or Alive (Model 2)
Battletoads

and probably others

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Blazing Star
The King of Fighters '98
The King of Fighters '99
The King of Fighters 2000
The King of Fighters 2001
The King of Fighters 2002
The King of Fighters 2003
Samurai Shodown III
Samurai Shodown IV
Samurai Shodown V Special
Metal Slug
Metal Slug 2
Metal Slug X
Metal Slug 3
Metal Slug 4
Metal Slug 5
The Last Blade
The Last Blade 2
Waku Waku 7
Rage of the Dragons (I think)
Power Instinct Matrimelee
Twinkle Star Sprites
The Art of Fighting 3
Fatal Fury 3
Garou: Mark of the Wolves
SNK vs. Capcom: SVCCHAOS
Magical Drop 2
Magical Drop 3
Ninja Masters
Ninja Commando
Shock Troopers
Shock Troopers 2
Aero Fighters 2
Aero Fighters 3
Ganryu
Sengoku 3

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Sailor Moon (Genesis) (J)
Divine Sealing (Genesis) (J) (Unlicensed)
Love Hina Advance (GBA) (J) (with English translation patch)
KuruKuru Kururin (beat twice, for GBA-J and GBA-E)
Kururin Paradise (GBA) (J)
Sin & Punishment - Successor to the Earth (N64) (J)
Super Aleste (SNES) (J)
Gunforce (SNES)
BlaZeon (SNES)
Miracle Girls (SNES) (J)
Super Turrican (SNES)
Firepower 2000 (SNES)
Mega Man (NES)
Abadox (NES) - only used savestates at continue points
King of Fighters R-2 (Neo-Geo Pocket Color)
Samurai Shodown! 2 (NGPC)
The Last Blade Pocket (NGPC)
SNK vs. Capcom (NGPC)
Legend of Hero Tonma (TurboGrafx-16) (used savestates)
Akamajou Dracula X - Rondo of Blood (Castlevania Dracula X - Rondo of Blood) (TurboGrafx-CD) (J)
Kaze Kiri Ninja Action (Turbo-CD) (J)
Sylphia (Turbo-CD) (J)
Nexzr (Turbo CD) (J)
Super Darius II (Turbo CD) (used savestates to get a few more continues for the final level)
Blast Wind (Saturn) (J)
G-Darius (PSX) (I think)
RayCrisis (PSX) (I think)
Triggerheart Exelica (DC)
18 Wheeler: American Pro Trucker (DC)
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#2
man, you must be bored out of your skull.
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#3
Bah, making lists is fun... :)
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#4
Between making lists and complaining about Fallout 3, ABF puts in a full day's work.
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#5
We should go visit him.
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#6
...Wow.

I wouldn't even know where to start compiling such a list.
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#7
Well, first of course you need a list of all the games you own... :)

And I know I'm missing plenty of things, particularly from the early '90s shareware/freeware stuff and from roms. I just went through my game collection lists/emulators/etc. and thought about which games I'd finished. When I thoguht I'd finished something but wasn't sure I marked that on the list. Not too hard, the hardest part is just remembering all the games... which is what the list of games I own helps with. And why the biggest holes are with games that wouldn't be on that list. :)
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#8
The first game I ever beat was Duck Tales for the NES. Second was Mega Man. Those were so easy for me back then...
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#9
Heh, that's something I don't remember. I've thought about it before, but I have absolutely no idea what the first game I beat was... it's probably something not on this list (unless it was that Pac-Man LCD game). :)
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The first game I played was something on the Atari 5400. I don't remember which one though.
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First game I ever played... yeah, I don't remember that one either. Oh well... :(
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I know for sure Donkey Kong was the first game I ever played. I'm pretty sure Super Mario Bros. is the first game I beat, but I played a lot of computer games before I got my NES so I may have beat one before SMB.
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Additions to list (added to first post)

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Mega Turrican (see review forum)

Games Completed (newly completed)

Emulation
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Kaze Kiri Ninja Action (Turbo-CD) (J) (great game!)

Games Completed (remembered that I'm pretty sure I've completed in the past)

Emulation
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SNK vs. Capcom (NGPC)


added 9/27 (instead of making new posts this is better)

SNES
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World Heroes 2 (pretty good fighting game...)

Added 9/29

SNES
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Donkey Kong Country 2: Diddy's Kong Quest (Beat K. Rool today... all three DKC games are awesome but the third game is the best of the three, I think.)

Added 10/3

SNES
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Final Fight 3 (in two player mode) -- good fun (and surprisingly long -- it took an hour to finish), but I think the second game is better.

added 10/14 (old stuff I noticed was missing from the list)

Neo-Geo: Power Instinct Matrimelee, Magical Drop 2, Rage of the Dragons, SNK vs. Capcom

MAME: Princess Clara Daisakusen

Added 10/17

Emulation
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Dennin Aleste: Nobunaga and his Ninja Force (Sega CD) (J version of Robo Aleste) (burned disc played on real Sega CD) (completed on Normal difficulty)

Added 10/18

Dreamcast
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Sonic Adventure (Sonic mode... is there a real ending if you beat the other character's games too?)
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Added 11/1

SNES
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Super Castlevania IV (yes, I finally got around to finishing the last two bosses! Awesome game... :))

Added 11/10

Genesis
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Sonic 3D Blast (with just 6 Chaos Emeralds so no real final boss)
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#15
I was looking through old boxes of mine from back when we lived in Europe, and I found like a thousand little extremely nerdy ABF-like bored out of my mind lists that I made. I should scan a few in and show you guys how bored I was.
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Go ahead. :)
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There are dozens of pages, seriously. One of them was about every single game I had ever played put into categories of who the game publisher was, and I gave each game a score based on my impressions and then averaged out a score for each publisher.

I WAS SO BORED
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#18
I made plenty of lists and stuff, but I didn't do things like average scores by publisher... I'd probably need a calculator to do something like that. :) I just made lists and stuff, or invented game concepts or stuff like that...
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I even made lists about scores from EGM, listed the scores, and then rated my reaction to the scores.

I was going to send them to a friend.

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yeah.

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I did spend time for a few years drawing level maps for games I thought up, though. :) 5th-6th grade or so, I think... I've actually got that stuff in a small folder file holder that I've got here in my room here. :D

I didn't actually finish games very often, and given that I'd generally have one side of a piece of paper per level, they were often pretty small levels...
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I also drew an elaborate and fancy cheats list for Earthworm Jim 2 and Vectorman 2, both of which I hoped to get for my Genesis but never did. I recreated all of the logos pretty well, took a little while.

Oh geez.

You know what else I did? I made tons of little N64 boxarts of games I wish would get made or that I wanted, like Metroid 64 or Castlevania.
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#22
I couldn't draw well then any better than I ever have been able to, so I never tried stuff like that... my attempts at drawing in those games were... somewhat minimal. If I had a scanner I'd think about scanning in a few pages... :)
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I just finished Sonic 3D Blast. It's a pretty good game... the only downsides really are a few frustrating jumps (when they require you to land on specifc, narrow platforms) and that fact that it's really way too long a game for there to be no saving... that stuff was tolerable on the NES, kind of, but the Genesis has way too many of them. There's no excuse for a big game like this, released in 1996, to not have saving... and even less of one for the PC and Saturn versions to not have it either! The game takes several hours to play through, assuming you don't run out of continues and get game over... I only got six of the chaos emeralds so I didn't fight the real final boss, but I don't exactly want to go play it again right now. There is a stage select code, but saving is always better. Oh well... It definitely has amazing graphics for the Genesis, both in the game and the special stages, and pretty good gameplay too... outside of landing on narrow platforms, the isometric controls work quite well.
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added 11/26

GC
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Custom Robo (A New Journey mode) -- pretty good... only 8-10 hours, but good!

Added 12/2

Emulation
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Puyo Puyo Fever (DC) (J) (burned and played on real DC)

Added 12/10

Emulation
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Rez (DC) (J/E) (burned and played on real DC)
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Added 1/12

PSX
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Dead or Alive (beaten many times in arcade mode, to get costumes/characters) -- better than expected but frustrating
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#26
why...
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#27
Why not?
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It's the worst iteration of a kind of average fighting series?
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Worst? I don't know... it's actually a pure 2d fighter gameplay-wise; it doesn't even have a '3d move' button. This makes it quite different from the rest of the series... I didn't expect anything from it, but actually find it kind of fun.
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#30
It's definitely the worst in the series.
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I've also played DOA2 (it's on the list in this thread) and DOA3 a bit, though that was a while ago... I don't know if DOA1 is significantly worse than either of them, really.
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I do. Know it.
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#33
Why do you dislike it so much? It's a perfectly decent game... it's as good as Tekken 3 anyway, for sure.
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Tekken 3 is much better.

It's not a terrible game, but it's definitely the worst in the series. I don't think any DOA fan would disagree with that, aside from the especially horny ones.
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Bah, Tekken, DOA, and Soul Calibur are all really annoying for having rounds that finish in seconds... 5-10 seconds for the average round, in any of those games? Ridiculous. 2d Capcom or SNK fighting games last longer and are much more strategic... when single, standard hits or throws do more than 50% damage you know something is wrong, and all of those serieses do that kind of stuff.

I think Tekken is the worst at that, though, which is why I don't like that series much... though the only Tekken game I've played is Tekken 3, so that's what I'm judging it by.
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Haha, they last seconds because people beat you so quickly.
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Rolleyes

None of those games are particularly difficult. Tekken 3 is pretty pathetic difficulty-wise, actually... I mean, if you can beat the arcade version of the game in one play (no continues needed) with minimal practice, and it's a FIGHTING game...
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difficult?

Oh you only play against the computer...

what's the point?
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#39
What do you mean? Of course fighting games should be challenging... sure SNK and Capcom sometimes went overboard with their bosses, but even so, that's better than it being too easy. You won't get any better at the game if the computer doesn't challenge you, or you don't have to use any additional skill to win. See: Tekken 3, where I'm sure there is some depth somewhere, but you sure don't need to use it to do well...
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#40
Challenge comes from playing against good people...

Fighting games as a solo experience are kind of lame.
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That is true, there is a huge difference between playing fighting games against other people and against AIs. No question. Even so, I do play them in single player (too), and I want to be challenged... TOO hard isn't good either, but too easy sure isn't good.

DOA1... it's kind of in between. It's not as easy as Tekken, but it's not actually hard either. You can get through the arcade mode in about 10 minutes... try to do THAT in any SNK for Capcom fighting game easily! Really, both serieses are horribly unbalanced damage-wise. Why do normal hits do like 30-40% damage, throws over 50-60%, etc? It's stupid...
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SNES
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Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island

Awesome, awesome game... best graphics on the SNES, too. I came back from break and found the cart blank (it erased itself during break, and just after I'd started playing it again too -- I'd gotten to the fourth world), so I started over, and think that my SNES has been on for a week and a half now. I was probably being paranoid, because when a cart erases itself like that sometimes you can just create a new file and play and it won't erase itself again soon (For instance, I lost files on DKC2 and DKC3, then started the games over... and now a year or year and a half later both of those files are still there.), but I didn't want to take any chances. :)
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A Black Falcon Wrote:That is true, there is a huge difference between playing fighting games against other people and against AIs. No question. Even so, I do play them in single player (too), and I want to be challenged... TOO hard isn't good either, but too easy sure isn't good.

DOA1... it's kind of in between. It's not as easy as Tekken, but it's not actually hard either. You can get through the arcade mode in about 10 minutes... try to do THAT in any SNK for Capcom fighting game easily! Really, both serieses are horribly unbalanced damage-wise. Why do normal hits do like 30-40% damage, throws over 50-60%, etc? It's stupid...

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Brian's review of Tennis:


"Though easier to play by yourself than baseball, tennis is still a pretty easy game to finish. Just volleying against the wall, while providing with some quick fun, grew tiresome after about ten minutes."
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#45
What the heck? Why insult single-player modes of fighting games so much? It's not exactly weird to want to play them in single player too...
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#46
Actually it is.

It's like someone buying Unreal Tournament for the single player only.
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Well, I finished unlocking all the costumes in DOA1 today. :)

Took quite a while to get all the other costumes so that I could unlock Ayane, but it was worth it... she's the best character in the game, I'd say.

*Reads about the DOA Ultimate version of DOA1* What the heck? Saturn port? Why? The PSX version has so much more stuff... two more characters (Ayane and Bass), six more costumes per female character and one or two more costumes per male character (except the boss) to give 14 characters per female character and 5 per male one (except the boss who as 3)... etc... so why did they port the inferior version of the game for the "Ultimate" collection?
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#48
you just wanted to see bouncing boobs, didn't you
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I got everything in Tekken 3, Soul Calibur II (erm, yeah, that series has as much fanservice as DOA... moving on... :D), Evil Zone, etc... and have spent more time playing Capcom vs SNK 2 (GC) than probably any other fighting game, overall.

But anyway... yes, DOA has a lot of fanservice. The costumes, the numbers of costumes per character (that ensures that you spend like 80% of the time in the single player game with the female characters), the breast bounce option... but Soul Calibur is just as bad, really. In both cases the fanservice is at stupid levels, but the games behind that are pretty good...

As for the breast bounce option, in the first game, it's either on or off -- so there's either absolutely no bouncing at all, or an insane amount that looks totally ridiculous. It's kind of silly either way, really... though the costume designs probably provide even more fanservice than the bouncing.
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SC isn't nearly as bad.

Okay the new one yeah, but DOA is just sad.
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