Finished. Completed. Beaten. Even clocked. They’re all different ways of saying the same thing: “I beat that game!”
Some games effortlessly pull you through their challenges to make completing them an absolute pleasure. Other games, however, try to beat you into submission with their trials and it becomes a matter of pride that you push through and finish them. Other games still simply don’t warrant completion, even if you’ve paid full retail price for them.
We’ve probably all played more games than we can remember, but we’re still going to test your brain with this Question of the Day:
Do you complete every game that you play?
It would be impossible to put a number on how many games you’ve finished, so it’s more of a general question. Do you finish most of the games that you play, or do you usually hop from one title to the next before realising you’ve got an entire stack of games that you’ll never play again?
At El33tonline, we’re obviously dead-set on finishing the games we play for review, but when we buy games that philosophy goes out the window, even when we pay full price.
What about you? Does the expensive nature of our pastime encourage you to get maximum enjoyment out of the games you buy, even if you have to extract it, or are you able to put a game down if it becomes unreasonably difficult (and thus less enjoyable)?
Do you (generally) finish every game that you play?