Unfinished ?No significant accomplishments. Beaten ?The main objective has been accomplished. Usually marked by the defeat of a final boss and/or viewing of credits. Completed ?For games which are 100% done. All extras and modes have been unlocked and finished. All significant items have been collected.
82% of Unfinished
53.2% of Total
|Wishlist 24 Top-Rated 32 Master Runs 3|
|Switch Downloads||3||0||2||7 Total|
|PlayStation 5||1||0||0||1 Total|
|Nintendo Switch||28||2||3||35 Total|
|PlayStation VR||1||0||2 Total|
|PlayStation 4||12||1||0||24 Total|
|Nintendo 3DS||9||1||0||10 Total|
|PlayStation 3||5||9||1||15 Total|
|Nintendo DS||4||8||5||19 Total|
|Game Boy Advance||7||7||7||26 Total|
|PlayStation 2||16||4||0||21 Total|
|Game Boy/Color||4||1||0||5 Total|
|Nintendo 64||4||1||2||7 Total|
|Sega CD||12||0||0||12 Total|
|Game Boy||3||1||4 Total|
|Genesis / Mega Drive||48||0||0||48 Total|
|All Games||449 Total|
The experience can change when streaming, for sure. It all depends on the level of focus you personally have. There are some games I won't play on stream because I want to get lost in the world and take my time on things, which may not always be the right speed for a stream. Some streamers do actually do this longplay style and they are successful with it.
There are also some games where you want to share the experience with friends. In those cases streaming actually makes it better. I played Elden Ring on stream and fighting bosses and exploring became more fun because I had people to watch with me. Also I like when I can laugh at a glitch or funny moment with peeps.
For example I play RDR2 off and online. Because SO many funny moments can happen just from random encounters alone. But more immersive stuff like hunting and riding in the wilderness, I keep to off stream