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Aaaand PLAT #13.
Just in time for classes too. University life will take my time away again. When I get a break, I'll definitely go for the Mass Effect 3 plat. It's definitely my new favorite platinum, since Arkham Asylum. AA was fun and all, but Mass Effect 2 has way more replay value, and I know in the near future I'm gonna replay this game again. Not much to say about Mass Effect 2, except it's the most fun I have had in years.
My verdict, 4.5/5. Loading times are HORRIBLE.
Aaaaaaand PLAT #12.
First comment, no one messes with the Saints. Second comment, this one was a lot less story driven than the past two games IMO. The only real feeling I felt from my protagonist was when I chose the ending where I went for Killbane, and let the girls die. Select text to reveal spoiler
To use: [spoiler]Hide spoilers[/spoiler] It was the last thing I left for the platinum, and I will say it was worth it to see The Saints rise up from being bunch of sell-outs and the Protagonist become President in the soon to come Saints Row IV. It felt fitting, but it doesn't live up to Saints Row 2's "hidden" ending. Saints Row 2 definitely had more random stuff to do, like random humming to The Final Countdown, sitting down in the street and read a book, pole dancing, the list goes on forever.. While Saints Row The Third lacked random content, it definitely held its own ground in random, mindless fun. It's not perfect, but only a few are ever. I will play it again one day, since I bought the full package and haven't touched any of the DLC missions much. But for now, back to the collection you go!
My Verdict; 3.5/5
Wow. Just WOW. I finished the Mass Effect trilogy. And I have to say, it was definitely worth the buy. Three epic games, for the price of one. It was roller coaster of bugs, glitches, laughs, tears, rage, and epic-ness. But Mass Effect 3 was definitely the most story driven one IMO. It was awesome to see all my choices from the past two games being made up in the third one. The ending wasn't disappointing at all, and it felt worth it. But what bothers me the most, was how people said the ending was disappointing without the Extended Cut, and some still say it wasn't enough. I would just like to know, how was the ending different with and without the the Extended Cut?
Played Team Fortress 2 for 11 minutes, bringing the total time played to a total of 109 hours and 22 minutes.
Played Borderlands 2 for 2 hours and 25 minutes, bringing the total time played to a total of 39 hours and 48 minutes.
Played Team Fortress 2 for 45 minutes, bringing the total time played to a total of 109 hours and 11 minutes.
Played Borderlands 2 for 48 minutes, bringing the total time played to a total of 37 hours and 23 minutes.
Played Team Fortress 2 for 36 minutes, bringing the total time played to a total of 108 hours and 26 minutes.
Played Borderlands 2 for 2 hours and 1 minute, bringing the total time played to a total of 36 hours and 35 minutes.
Played Team Fortress 2 for 24 minutes, bringing the total time played to a total of 107 hours and 50 minutes.
Unlocked achievement Medals of Honor in Team Fortress 2 Finish a round as an MVP on a team of 6 or more players 10 times.
Played Borderlands 2 for 4 hours and 37 minutes, bringing the total time played to a total of 34 hours and 34 minutes.
Unlocked achievement Macro Eyes in Life Is Strange™ Take optional photo #1 in Episode 1: Chrysalis
Unlocked achievement First Do No Harm in Team Fortress 2 Play a full round without killing any enemies, and score the highest on a team of 6 or more players.
Unlocked achievement Ride of the Valkartie in Team Fortress 2 Ride the cart for 30 seconds.
Played Borderlands 2 for 4 hours and 35 minutes, bringing the total time played to a total of 29 hours and 57 minutes.
Played Team Fortress 2 for 37 minutes, bringing the total time played to a total of 107 hours and 26 minutes.
Played Life Is Strange™ for the first time, for a total of 33 minutes.