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Games I know well
Games I have finished as a completionist include:
Witcher 1, on PC
Assassin's Creed Origins, on PC
Assassin's Creed Rogue, on Xbox 360
Assassin's Creed II, on Xbox 360
Assassin's Creed Syndicate, on PC
The Saboteur, on Xbox 360
Mark of the Ninja and Mark of the Ninja Remastered Edition, on PC
Tomb Raider (2013), on PC
Mad Max, on PC
Mafia II, on PC
Trine, on PC
Hatred, on PC
Contrast, on PC
Darksiders, on PC
The First Templar, on PC
Heroes of Annihilated Empires, on PC
Spec Ops: The Line, on PC
Splatter Blood Red Edition, on PC
Evil Dead Regeneration, on Xbox Classic
Spyro the Dragon, a PSX game that I finished on my modded PSP
Castlevania Symphony of the Night also known as Akumajō Dracula X: Gekka no Yasōkyoku, a PSX game that I finished on my modded PSP
Arkista's Ring (up to the final 124th level), an NES game on my modded PSP
Jazz Jackrabbit 2 The Secret Files, on PC
Klonoa: Door to Phantomile, a PSX game that I finished on my modded PSP
Kingdoms of Amalur, on PC (one of my favorite games of all time btw)
Far Cry 3 Blood Dragon, on PC and on Xbox 360
Baldur's Gate Dark Alliance, a GBA game on my RetroFreak console
Master of Darkness, a Sega Master System game on my RetroFreak console
God of War, on PS2
Castlevania Aria of Sorrow, a GBA game on my RetroFreak console
What am I doing here?
In this channel, I will stream games and upload pre-recorded gameplay to present the pure gaming experience of some (in my opinion) interesting titles. No commentary, no unnecessary lollygagging, no skipped cutscenes. Videos and streams will usually be my first-time experience (so expect stupid deaths or getting lost in the interface) or my first attempts or playthroughs after many years. However, regardless my proficiency in a particular game, I always choose the highest possible difficulty in the game (if it is available from the very beginning) to present the peculiar process of learning game mechanics on the spot:)
I usually do not use a camera or a microphone, yet I am always eager to chat with the viewers. I stream mostly for myself because it helps me actually finish some games and organize my pile of shame. I do not use any of standard streaming elements like overlays etc. so that I stick to the name of the channel :) I want to present PURE gameplay on hard for the small viewers niche out there and for the immersion.

I used to be a very careless gamer, I would usually rush through a game just to complete it for the very sake of it. I was never interested in the story whatsoever. It changed a year or two ago into the other extreme of gaming: I became a completionist. Streaming helps me keep that habit alive. Although I have finished many titles and know a lot of games (on MANY platforms), I started revisiting some of them to give them proper credit.