I'm really feeling it!
I'm really feeling it!
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I completed 'Four in February', but I figured why stop there? Gaming isn't just limited to one month of the year and neither should game completion.


So a few of you may remember Four in February from a few months back. The goal was to beat four games in the month of February to help put a dent in your backlog that may have accumulated over the crazy holiday season. It didn't matter if it was something you had already started before or a game that you began from the very beginning, as long as it was finished in February it counted.


Being that I have a horrible completion rate, I decided to give it a shot and see if I could reach this goal. Lo and behold I did!

But I thought, "Why stop there?" and have since set out to beat at least one game a month for the rest of the year. I kind of got lucky with January when I finished Forza Horizon after working on it on and off since launch but have managed to stay steady on beating games since then and Four in February.

So here is my list and feel free to make your own if you'd like. I put mine under the 'vg-completion list' tag so I can easily access it and you other gamers can as well. You don't have to set out to beat twelve games by years end, but it's always good to know how many you have actually beaten versus how many you have bought and/or beaten. I know it'll help a lot of you guys doing the Weekly Backlog.


Good luck and keep on gaming till the end!

  1. Forza Horizon (Xbox 360) 1/14
  2. Spec Ops: The Line (Xbox 360) 2/6
  3. The Unfinished Swan (PS3) 2/10
  4. Crysis 2 (Xbox 360) 2/18
  5. Assassin's Creed III (PS3) 2/21
  6. Asura's Wrath (Xbox 360) 3/8
  7. God of War: Ascension (PS3) 3/14
  8. Dear Esther (PC) 3/25
  9. To the Moon (PC) 3/27
  10. Bioshock Infinite (Xbox 360) 4/2
  11. Kingdom Hearts (PS2) 5/31

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