So I set myself the challenge of beating four games in February, and it’s been a week since I started. Check out my plan here.
I’ve already finished Thirty Flights of Loving, purely because that is a fairly short game. It’s really fun, but it’s also rather clunky in spots.
If you’re one of those silly people that value a game for how long it takes to finish is, then this really isn’t for you. If you just would like to play a good game regardless of length, then I think you should give it a go.
El Shaddai and Persona 4 I have been making clear progress in, but not finished with them just yet. I’ve yet to touch Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword this month, from what I’ve been told I was already over halfway through it anyway, so hopefully it won’t be too long before I am done with it.
Anyway, I’ll be sure to keep you guys posted on how this is progressing. I also have some exciting features planned in the future, so keep your eyes peeled.
I may have just stolen this idea from a Kotaku article I just read, but I found it pretty cool.
It is what it says, beat four games in February. Use this as an opportunity to finish off some you’re still playing through, or play games you’ve always wanted to but never tracked down.
They must be games you’ve never finished before, it’ll be all too easy to pick a load of games you’re pretty much finished.
If you’re thinking of going for it, decide those games now and commit to them.
It’s difficult for me considering I’ve got a backlog that includes a lot of 40+ hour RPGs, but I’ve already chosen my Four.
- Persona 4 (PS2)
- El Shaddai: Ascension of the Metatron (Xbox 360)
- The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (Wii)
- Thirty Flights of Loving (PC)
It’ll be a challenge in itself to finish Persona 4, it being an 80 hour JRPG, but then I’ve also set a personal target to finish it before the Vita version comes out, which is the 22nd.
Are you people going to try it out? If so what games are you planning to finish?