History WebVideo / TheCompletionist

13th Dec '16 5:42:01 AM TheBuddy26
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* StoppedNumberingSequels: Episode numbers were dropped during Season 4. Jirard explained that this was because [[ArchivePanic new viewers were being scared away by the large episode count (over 120 by this point)]] and felt there was an incentive to watch all the previous episodes.
13th Dec '16 1:05:22 AM harryhenry
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* [[StoppedNumberingSequels Stopped Numbering Episodes]]: Episode numbers were dropped during Season 4. Jirard explained that this was because [[ArchivePanic new viewers were being scared away by the large episode count (over 120 by this point) and felt there was an incentive to watch all the previous episodes.]]

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* [[StoppedNumberingSequels Stopped Numbering Episodes]]: StoppedNumberingSequels: Episode numbers were dropped during Season 4. Jirard explained that this was because [[ArchivePanic new viewers were being scared away by the large episode count (over 120 by this point) point)]] and felt there was an incentive to watch all the previous episodes.]]
12th Dec '16 7:58:53 PM TheBuddy26
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* [[StoppedNumberingSequels: Stopped Numbering Episodes]]: Episode numbers were dropped during Season 4. Jirard explained that this was because [[ArchivePanic new viewers were being scared away by the large episode count (Over 120 by this point) and felt they had to watch all the previous episodes.]]

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* [[StoppedNumberingSequels: [[StoppedNumberingSequels Stopped Numbering Episodes]]: Episode numbers were dropped during Season 4. Jirard explained that this was because [[ArchivePanic new viewers were being scared away by the large episode count (Over (over 120 by this point) and felt they had there was an incentive to watch all the previous episodes.]]
23rd Nov '16 8:53:56 PM erforce
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* AnachronicOrder: Not the show itself, but over the course of the series, Jirard has reviewed the first four VideoGame/MegamanX games (X, X2, X3 and X4) out of order, as Episode 1, 71, 99 and 41 respectively.
** The original CrashBandicoot was played long after the second and third games.

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* AnachronicOrder: AnachronicOrder:
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Not the show itself, but over the course of the series, Jirard has reviewed the first four VideoGame/MegamanX ''VideoGame/MegamanX'' games (X, (''X, X2, X3 X3'' and X4) ''X4'') out of order, as Episode 1, 71, 99 and 41 respectively.
** The original CrashBandicoot ''[[VideoGame/CrashBandicoot1996 Crash Bandicoot]]'' was played long after the second [[VideoGame/CrashBandicoot2CortexStrikesBack second]] and third [[VideoGame/CrashBandicoot3Warped third]] games.
7th Nov '16 3:32:44 PM StFan
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** In the ''JumpingFlash'' review, Greg returns to find that [[spoiler: Jirard is still on meth from the ''Series/BreakingBad'' episode, having 'completed' {{Creator/Netflix}} again.]]

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** In the ''JumpingFlash'' ''VideoGame/JumpingFlash'' review, Greg returns to find that [[spoiler: Jirard is still on meth from the ''Series/BreakingBad'' episode, having 'completed' {{Creator/Netflix}} again.]]



** Getting sandwiches has popped each episode since Greg's return in the ''JumpingFlash'' review.[[labelnote:''Appearances'']]"Jumping Flash", "Super Mario Brothers 3"[[/labelnote]]

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** Getting sandwiches has popped each episode since Greg's return in the ''JumpingFlash'' ''VideoGame/JumpingFlash'' review.[[labelnote:''Appearances'']]"Jumping Flash", "Super Mario Brothers 3"[[/labelnote]]
30th Oct '16 2:52:53 PM TheBuddy26
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However, the show went under a massive retool after the ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'' review in the October of 2016, getting an new interface as well as the new secgments: The Legend, The Quest, The Battle, and The Reward; with only the rating system left from the original system-with each of the new segments merging and mixing previous aspects.

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However, the show went under a massive retool after the ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'' review in the October of 2016, getting an new interface as well as the new secgments: segments: The Legend, The Quest, The Battle, and The Reward; with only the rating system left from the original system-with each of the new segments merging and mixing previous aspects.
25th Oct '16 4:03:05 PM dlchen145
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* {{Badass}}: [[WebAnimation/HomestarRunner Trogdr]], Jirard's dragon-chao he raised in ''VideoGame/SonicAdventure2''.
14th Oct '16 4:59:36 PM TheBuddy26
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Jirard "Dragonrider" Khalil is [[https://www.youtube.com/user/ThatOneVideoGamer The Completionist]], an internet reviewer who is partnered with Creator/{{Polaris}}. His show is the flagship show for his own community, That One Video Gamer. Every week, he [[HundredPercentCompletion completes a game 100%]] and then reviews it, detailing the quality of the game overall, and whether or not the payoff is worth the hours spent on completing it. Refreshingly, Jirard uses very little (if any) profanity[[labelnote:*]]Except in the [[FirstInstallmentWeirdness first few episodes]], which use quite a lot of offensive content. Thankfully, a "remastered" version of the first episode (which was the worst offender) has been released, replacing some of the more tasteless/dated humour and censoring the remaining swearing.[[/labelnote]] in his reviews, making them reasonably family friendly, as well as informative and entertaining. As the series continues, the reviews become much more plot-focused, with {{Wham Episode}}s and {{Cliffhanger}}s galore.

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Jirard "Dragonrider" Khalil is [[https://www.youtube.com/user/ThatOneVideoGamer The Completionist]], an internet reviewer who is partnered with Creator/{{Polaris}}. His show is the flagship show for his own community, That One Video Gamer. Every week, he [[HundredPercentCompletion completes a game 100%]] and then reviews it, detailing the quality of the game overall, and whether or not the payoff is worth the hours spent on completing it. Refreshingly, Jirard uses very little (if any) profanity[[labelnote:*]]Except in the [[FirstInstallmentWeirdness [[EarlyInstallmentWeirdness first few episodes]], which use quite a lot of offensive content. Thankfully, a "remastered" version of the first episode (which was the worst offender) has been released, replacing some of the more tasteless/dated humour humor and censoring the remaining swearing.swearing-though his Doom review provided an uncensored F-bomb for the first in a while.[[/labelnote]] in his reviews, making them reasonably family friendly, as well as informative and entertaining. As the series continues, the reviews become much more plot-focused, with {{Wham Episode}}s and {{Cliffhanger}}s galore.
14th Oct '16 4:58:01 PM TheBuddy26
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His reviews are divided into the following segments: Story[[labelnote:*]]An introduction to the game's plot and characters[[/labelnote]], Presentation[[labelnote:*]]A look at the game's graphics and music[[/labelnote]], Gameplay[[labelnote:*]]A look at the game's gameplay and controls[[/labelnote]], Final Level[[labelnote:*]]Detailing the [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon final level]] and [[FinalBoss boss]] in a spoiler-heavy but skippable section[[/labelnote]], The Struggle[[labelnote:*]]A look at how hard the process of completing the game is, added in Season 2[[/labelnote]] and the Completion Bonus[[labelnote:*]]A look at the bonus received for achieving [[OneHundredPercentCompletion 100% Completion]], anything from a [[InfinityPlusOneSword secret weapon]], to a [[NewGamePlus new game mode]][[/labelnote]], before Jirard gives his final "Completionist Rating"[[labelnote:*]]On a rating scale as follows:"Complete It", "Finish It", "Play It", "Look At It", and "Donate It" (previously known as [[KillItWithFire "Burn It"]] until Season 4)[[/labelnote]].

All four seasons (so far) of the show can be watched from start to finish [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL37DA718ACF6B1323 here]].

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His reviews are were divided into the following segments: segments until October 2016: Story[[labelnote:*]]An introduction to the game's plot and characters[[/labelnote]], Presentation[[labelnote:*]]A look at the game's graphics and music[[/labelnote]], Gameplay[[labelnote:*]]A look at the game's gameplay and controls[[/labelnote]], Final Level[[labelnote:*]]Detailing the [[TheVeryDefinitelyFinalDungeon final level]] and [[FinalBoss boss]] in a spoiler-heavy but skippable section[[/labelnote]], The Struggle[[labelnote:*]]A look at how hard the process of completing the game is, added in Season 2[[/labelnote]] and the Completion Bonus[[labelnote:*]]A look at the bonus received for achieving [[OneHundredPercentCompletion 100% Completion]], anything from a [[InfinityPlusOneSword secret weapon]], to a [[NewGamePlus new game mode]][[/labelnote]], before Jirard gives his final "Completionist Rating"[[labelnote:*]]On a [[FourPointScale rating scale scale]] as follows:"Complete It", "Finish It", "Play It", "Look At It", and "Donate It" (previously known as [[KillItWithFire "Burn It"]] until Season 4)[[/labelnote]].

However, the show went under a massive retool after the ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'' review in the October of 2016, getting an new interface as well as the new secgments: The Legend, The Quest, The Battle, and The Reward; with only the rating system left from the original system-with each of the new segments merging and mixing previous aspects.

All four five seasons (so far) of the show can be watched from start to finish [[https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL37DA718ACF6B1323 here]].



For the majority of four seasons, the videos heavily featured Jirard's producer and comedic partner, Greg Wilmont (The Mediocre-ist) [[PluckyComicRelief providing much of the comic relief]], and later with Alex Faciane of "The Dex". Sadly, as of early 2015, Greg and Jirard have had a falling-out and Greg has left the series, and has not been replaced.

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For the majority of four seasons, the videos heavily featured Jirard's producer and comedic partner, Greg Wilmont (The Mediocre-ist) Mediocre-ist, [[spoiler:and the Completionist at one point]]) [[PluckyComicRelief providing much of the comic relief]], and later with Alex Faciane of "The Dex". Sadly, as of early 2015, Greg and Jirard have had a falling-out and Greg has left the series, and has not been replaced.
replaced; though Alex has started to show signs of this...
21st Sep '16 9:47:53 AM Morgenthaler
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->''[[CatchPhrase Complete it!]]''


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