I am most certainly in the mood

for something salty today.

Hey hey, I sure do love them video games. I mostly play platformers, RPGs, and action/adventure games, but I also enjoy some puzzle games c: My top favorite game series include Klonoa, Pokemon, Paper Mario, Final Fantasy, Kingdom Hearts, Mario, Kirby, Yoshi, Sonic, Bomberman, Sly Cooper, Banjo-Kazooie, and Persona; there's also the one-off games like Dust, Undertale, Shovel Knight, Yooka-Laylee, and Cuphead that I also love c:

My CURRENTLY PLAYING section is used for games that I am either actively playing, plan to beat relatively soon, or am currently trying to 100%. My CONTINUOUSLY PLAYING section is both used for games that can't technically be beaten (like Miitomo and Rocket League), and also Collection games, where I put the individual games from that Collection in my list's Completed section, with "Played on [Collection's name here] (System it's on)" in the Notes of that game. My COMPLETED section is used for games that I have beaten, or I've played enough or unlocked enough that feel I've gotten a good experience with them (especially in the cases of Mario Kart or Animal Crossing). My ON-HOLD section is used for games that I'm not actively playing, but I still want to go back and beat at some point in time, but I'm not sure when. My DROPPED section is used for games that I've played but most likely will never try to beat. And of course my PLAN TO PLAY section is used for games that I want to buy in the future or currently own but haven't started yet.

I use both this site and Favslist very often; my page for that site can be found here: http://www.favslist.com/users/Avalon-Librus/5048/lists/

And for a compilation of other lists and other sites I'm on: http://listography.com/masteravalon

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"This video games me angry." ~Tygerr, 2013


PERSONAL FAVORITE GAMING MOMENTS

  • Discovering 02 in Kirby 64: The Crystal Shards

This list isn't in any specific order, but this one easily comes out on top, not only because Kirby 64 was my first Kirby game and one of my favorite games on my favorite system, but it also spawned my obsession with final bosses. In Kirby 64, there are random "?" cards you can collect from the minigame at the end of every level; normally they're just basic enemies, but can also be bosses. So, after beating Miracle Matter at the end of Ripple Star, I naturally assumed that was the final boss, but one day when I got one of the random cards, it was of "02", which I'd obviously never seen in the game before, and it totally confused my brother and I. We thought maybe it was some secret boss since it had a similar color scheme as Miracle Matter, and having never played Kirby's Dreamland 3 at the time, we had no idea it was a reincarnated Zero. I became fascinated with 02 and was determined to find out what his deal was. I had a feeling it had something to do with Ripple Star's fairy queen since she makes an evil expression in the last cutscene, and I even made up theories about him, like since his name looked like the scientific formula for oxygen (not knowing that it was a zero instead of an O), I thought he absorbed oxygen from planets or something like that LOL. Anyway, I had no idea that getting all the Crystal Shards was the secret to unlocking the Dark Star and fighting 02, until my friend John did it on his game and told me all about it. Back then I absolutely sucked at finding the Crystal Shards, and even after practicing for forever, there was only one left that I just could NOT get, so I had to get John to get the last one for me (but don't worry 100%'d it by myself now haha). So when I finally got to fight 02, I was instantly mesmerized by the atmospheric background music, the circulating battlefield, and the boss's full appearance. His infamous bleeding eye and strange vine-like weak point were also huge factors in my obsession with him. I had such a feeling of accomplishment when I finally uncovered the secret of 02 after all that time, and to this day he still remains my favorite final boss and boss overall in video games in terms of discovery, sense of wonder, and flawless presentation.

  • Fighting Ultra Necrozma in Pokemon Ultra Moon

Even though the Pokemon Company is annoyingly obsessed with revealing almost every major detail about new Pokemon games these days, I purposely stopped watching trailers and looking at leaks around the time Ultra Sun & Moon was being promoted, knowing that it would be the last main series games for awhile. When the box arts for the games were revealed, pretty much everyone noticed the bright glow and eyes at the edges of the boxes coming together to signify something else new, supposedly a third new form of Necrozma. I do remember briefly seeing a thumbnail of only Ultra Necrozma's head on a Twitter video, but I quickly scrolled past it knowing it was a spoiler. Luckily, I didn't see the full design so all I had in mind when expecting a third form was his head from that specific angle. When Ultra Moon began reaching its climax while I was playing with my friend John, I knew Necrozma's third form was soon to be revealed, and my hype rose as we climbed the stairs of the Megalo Tower. I saw Dawn Wings lying on the top of the tower and beginning to transform, and when he slowly revealed his new features as Ultra Necrozma, I was completely in awe at his design, not expecting him to be a towering dragon of pure light, which reminded me of classic bosses in traditional fantasy RPGs (and being coincidentally similar to a concept that I previously had for a legendary Fakemon). What made it even more hype was that the battle was actually challenging, whereas the game up until that point felt much easier compared to base Sun & Moon. The theme for the fight was also probably the best song in the entirety of Gen 7 in my opinion, reminding me of the grandeur and urgency of Necron's battle theme from FFIX. All these factors created a very vivid experience in my memory, even when seemingly nothing is kept secret in modern gaming.

  • Playing Final Fantasy XII: The Zodiac Age in Summer 2017

In early 2017, my friend John and I were playing Final Fantasy VI Advance, and I had planned on playing FFXII next on my list of main series FF games to beat. John's two favorite FF games were VI and XII, and he had been raving about XII for literally 10 years at that point, so I was super excited to get to playing it. Then when Square announced The Zodiac Age coming out literally that year, it was one of the most hype things ever knowing that soon we'd be able to play an HD version of FFXII, not to mention with the Zodiac Job System that we never got. We spent days planning our ideal teams with their jobs and summon layouts. Basically when it came out, John and I had two TVs going with the game on each of our PS4's at the same time, and played the majority of the game together that way (along with my brother sometimes swapping in on his file). That whole playthrough of FFXII was honestly one of the best times I've ever had playing a new game, and made me so happy I waited for the HD version rather than playing the original.


MY TOP 10 FAVORITE GAMES OF ALL TIME

  • 01 - Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil
  • 02 - Final Fantasy IX
  • 03 - Pokemon Silver
  • 04 - Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door
  • 05 - Super Mario 64
  • 06 - Paper Mario
  • 07 - Undertale
  • 08 - Sonic Adventure 2 Battle
  • 09 - Shovel Knight
  • 10 - Dust: An Elysian Tail

THE WORST GAMES I'VE EVER PLAYED

  • Paper Mario: Sticker Star
  • Lightning Returns: FFXIII
  • Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric
  • Sonic Lost World
  • Sonic Chronicles: The Dark Brotherhood
  • Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days
  • Digimon World 4
  • J-Stars Victory VS

GAMING MILESTONES

  • My 200th Completed Game: Super Mario Land on 3-10-17 (3DS)

OVERALL GAME GOALS

  • Beat every main series Final Fantasy game (excluding MMOs) [Remaining: II, IV, V]

GAMES THAT AREN'T ON THE SITE YET

[CURRENTLY PLAYING]

  • Dust: An Elysian Tail (Switch, St: 9-10-18, Sc: 9)

[CONTINUOUSLY PLAYING]

  • That's You (PS4, Sc: 5)

[COMPLETED]

  • Dexter's Laboratory: Robot Rampage (GBC, Sc: 6)
  • ClueFinders 3rd Grade Adventures: Mystery of Mathra (PC, Sc: 8)
  • Space Invaders (N64; Sc: 9)
  • Super Mario Bros. 3 (Switch, St: 9-20-18, En: 10-4-18, Sc: 10)

[ON-HOLD]

  • Bomberman Max: Red Challenger

[DROPPED]

  • Spongebob: Legend of the Lost Spatula (GBC, Sc: 5)
  • N+ (DS, Sc: 6)
  • Polarium (DS, Sc: 6)
  • Sonic the Fighters (GC, Sc: 4)
  • Flicky (GC, Sc: 6)

[PLAN TO PLAY]

  • Indivisible
  • OFF
  • OMORI

Comments


Raiden
March 02, 2017 @ 6:39 pm
Okay, I understand your point of view; if you didn't care about Xion it didn't help to enjoy the story. I do agree the gameplay was probably the weakest of the series; still, I consider the game better than Re:Coded and even DDD story-wise. I just don't really agree with Xion being a Mary Sue, or at the very least she is much less than Aqua is.

Raiden
January 18, 2017 @ 4:22 pm
Is Kingdom Hearts: 358/2 Days really one of the worst games you've ever played? I don't know if you've played all the KH games but in that series Re:Coded was way worse. But still, I consider Days a good game, the gameplay was maybe simplistic and repetitive but the story was clearly the most well-written of the series. Now I can understand if you don't like the story, it's more difficult to enjoy the game, but I find it's a bit harsh to consider Days so bad.

issi
May 26, 2016 @ 10:32 pm
Sure! :) Hope I encouraged you to write some more

issi
May 24, 2016 @ 12:23 am
Hey! I wish I would've found your Sticker Star review earlier... Great reviewing skills, by the way.

Carmel
March 16, 2016 @ 11:39 am
I see you like nintendo too.Some people say its trashy but i dont agree.

Carmel
March 13, 2016 @ 12:56 pm
Hi,idk how to tell this,but h0I.

Ramen_
March 11, 2016 @ 1:14 am
Zidane is also one of my favorites. :) Aeris, Lightning, and the Gullwings are my other faves.

Ramen_
March 09, 2016 @ 2:05 am
Who is your favorite Final Fantasy character?

ketchupt100
October 19, 2015 @ 8:51 pm
Well, that's close enough. Ken is mine, he made me wish I could fall into the TV (hehe) and kill him. Shinji ;_;

ketchupt100
October 19, 2015 @ 8:46 am
This is an important test, urrrm, I mean question! What's your most hated character in Persona 3?

ketchupt100
October 18, 2015 @ 7:56 pm
A fellow FF fan! Welcome to MVGL!

jimmyb
October 18, 2015 @ 6:53 pm
Hello and welcome to MyVideoGameList! To get you started here's a few links. Come chat and meet new friends on the forums. You can even join our chat room to see currently online users and chat with them. Use the search option above to search for your favorite games and then add them to your list. I hope you really enjoy using this website. If you have any problems, comments, or suggestions please don't hesitate to create a new thread in the forums. You can even visit my profile and leave a comment. Enjoy!

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