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In my marathon playthrough of EndWar with every battalion of every faction, I finished my fifth playthrough earlier today, adding the Spetznaz 35th Armored to my "done" list. Which until now has consisted of the 56th Airborne, the 13th Airborne, the 8th Mechanized and the 19th Mechanized. Now on the 20th Armored and the spawn of Napoleon and Hitler are getting ground into dirt by the armored boot of the Motherland.
Once I'm done with the Tactical and Assault battalions, I'm thinking of cranking up the difficulty level to Expert for the Alpha Brigade because while the game is by no means easy even on Normal, thanks to the AI's love of artillery, I want to close this marathon with a bang before switching to the Enforcers.
Completed pretty much everything in Terraria Calamity except for killing an Adult Eidolon Wyrm.
Killed the Black Hat elusive target in Hitman 2.
Beat the Owl (Father) boss fight in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
Finally hatched a 6IV male Archen.
Achieved three endings and beat every boss in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
Made it to Dead Ringer in an All Zones (with DLC) run as Cadence in Crypt Of The Necrodancer. Didn't beat Dead Ringer though.
Defeated Nightmare King Grimm and obtained the upgraded Grimmchild.
Finished an all-zones run as Cadence!
Got 300 Max Combos and 50 S-ranks in DJMAX Respect
Magicka: killed KHAAAAAAAANNN!!! after the bastard got me once and perma-lost my M60 and Tesla Staff.
Edited by amitakartok on Apr 10th 2019 at 12:36:20 PM
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: Got all endings and 100% for World of Light. Since I've seen people asking around about this, I'm just gonna confirm: the True Ending yields you both Galeem and Dharkon Spirits, if you're doing it first. You don't need to reach the Bad Endings first to get them.
Got my first victory in Tetris 99. It only took me, what, 39 tries to do? Yeah. Still feels hella good, though.
Completed the Path of Pain.
I beat the ultimate weapon, metal gear, in the first game. Sneaking didn't work the way i though it would.
Also got the free warframe slot from nightwave in warframe. I never plan to get involved in that feature again, so much repetitive busywork, and no actual progress made in the game.
Also first post on the forum, that's kind of accomplishment, hi all
Got every single achievement in Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice.
Beat the Behemoth in Monster Hunter: World.
Finally beat a level in Candy Crush Friends that I had been stuck on for days.
Come at me with your "casual" barbs. I dare you.
Beat the Arch-Tempered Kulve Taroth in Monster Hunter: World.
Edited by dragonfire5000 on Apr 19th 2019 at 12:20:53 PM
I beat Barthandalus on chapter 9 of FFXIII. Up until that fight, I've had no problems with the game, but that fight seems to have been the largest wall I've hit yet. Had to try 10 or 11 tries to beat him finally.
Defeated the Brooding Mawlek before any other boss on Steel Soul.
I defeated not one, but two sets of gold enemies in NieR: Automata. And it felt amazing.
Speaking of NieR: Automata... I beat Libra of Souls after switching my character's style from Sophitia to 2B and I unlocked and completed the final chapters of Raphael's and Zasalamel's Soul Chronicles! But now I have RSI from all the Button Mashing... T_T
Edited by ReikoKazama on Apr 23rd 2019 at 5:42:22 AM
In Grand Theft Auto 3, I just completed the Evidence Dash mission...in three different ways.
The first time, I busted the evidence car with the Borgnine taxi, then drove it up onto the casino roof (to get away from the police) and blew it up with a grenade, as the mission objectives suggest. However, after that I wondered whether other means of destroying the car (that aren't technically 'torching' it) would also qualify for finishing the mission.
So I tried it again. I took out a police car instead of the Borgnine, but switched cars partway through the mission and collected the final evidence piece in some sort of blue sports car. Then I drove the car across the bridge to Portland and took it to the car crusher. At the moment the car was destroyed inside the crusher, I got the 'mission completed' message.
The third time, I took out a police car again, then switched to another police car partway through the mission. After collecting the final evidence piece, I drove the car across the bridge to Portland and took it down to the docks. I drove it just up to the edge of the dock, then got out and pushed it on foot until it toppled into the water. It landed upside-down in the water and once again I got the 'mission completed' message.
So yeah, just in case anyone was wondering whether those methods work to complete the mission, I can verify that they do. I don't know what happens if you collect the final evidence piece in a car wanted by the crane or the garage in the Portland dock area and then give the vehicle to them, and I can't easily test it as unfortunately I've already turned in all the easy car types.
Killed Mark Faba in Hitman 2...again.
Also forged the complete Lunastra Gamma armor set in Monster Hunter: World.
Starcraft Remastered: finally finished the entire Brood War campaign. Jesus frakkin' CHRIST, that last mission... it took me about two and a half hours in-game and nearly twice that in real time. The sheer ways this mission made me scream and whine are legion, especially how the AIs kept cooperating in complete defiance of the one walkthrough I checked out.
No simultaneous attacks? Bullshit. After about an hour into the game, the white and blue AIs started attacking simultaneously with ridiculous crap like the white AI's battlecruisers rolling in right where the blue AI just disabled all AA with Disruption Web spam literally seconds before. And whenever I went on the offensive, it didn't matter who I attacked, the other two instantly attacked my base. Attacked blue? Cue double air raid from red and white at the same time. Attacked red? Cue white air raid and blue rolling over my closest expo with barely any casualties. Building up forces for an attack? Cue white battlecruisers taking out my air defenses, followed by red airdropping a Ghost into the hole and calling down a nuke. It got to the point where I literally had to drop game speed to slowest just to be able to react quickly enough to nuke calldowns.
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