I could list my PC's specs, but I won't. It's good enough to run these games well, so let's leave it at that. The videos on this page have a 60 frames per second option -try using Chrome or Internet Explorer if you can't see it.

BlazBlue Calamity Trigger
Video length: 37 minutes & 49 seconds
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Difficulty level: 1 out of 5

Playthrough with Ragna. I didn't try to get the extra boss simply because if you do, you don't get to see your character's ending after you win or lose. This is also the Steam version -the game was originally released for the Games for Windows service, but then re-released on Steam.





Dead or Alive 5 Last Round
Video length: 12 minutes and 6 seconds
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Difficulty level: 2 out of 5

Playthrough of arcade mode on normal with Kasumi. The arcade mode for this doesn't actually feature a cheap boss to fight at the end, making it the easiest DoA game to get through on one credit.





Left 4 Dead
Video length: See times on playlist
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

Playthrough with Zoey of every campaign in the game, including the two DLC ones and a quick playthrough of suvival mode's Last Stand map. The PC version has two big advantages over the Xbox 360: 1) it runs at 60fps and 2) the online still works.

Because of this I played with random people online rather than play through the game with bots as I did with the Xbox 360 version. For the most part the people playing with me were fine.





Left 4 Dead 2
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

Playthrough with Nick of every campaign in the game, including the 2 DLC ones. Again, since the online for the PC version still works, I played with random people for these videos.





Mortal Kombat Komplete Edition
Video length: 56 minutes & 22 seconds
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

Playthrough with Sub-Zero and Cyber Sub-Zero in the tag ladder's normal difficulty. I get some kind of finishing move on every fight other than the last one. The PC version is the "Komplete Edition" which gives you the extra characters, costumes and fatalities for free. (Originally, for the 360 and PS3 versions, you had to pay for them.)

This video goes on for way too long. Sorry about that. Whilst I didn't have to continue, I did lose more rounds than I would have liked, which just meant the playthrough took longer.





Street Fighter II
Video length: 21 minutes & 26 seconds
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Difficulty level: 2 out of 5

Playthrough with Dhalsim. The original PC version of Street Fighter II was published by U.S. Gold in 1993. And what a glorious mess it is. Whilst the graphics look accurate in stills, in motion everything is extremely choppy and special moves are basically impossible to do.

The good news at least is that in this version Dhalsim is the best character. His slide covers the entire screen, so most of the time just spamming that is enough to win. Failing that, his stretchy limbs are really useful against the CPU here as you can just do the same kick over and over and they'll keep getting hit by it.

Special mention has to go to the music -during a fight only two pieces of music are used, both of which were the worst possible choices -the character select theme and the intro theme. Let me give you an advanced warning: turn your speaker volume down/off.

If you want to try this version for yourself, you can play it for free here.





Street Fighter IV
Video length: 28 minutes & 43 seconds
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Difficulty level: 2 out of 5

The Street Fighter IV games are usually quite easy to play through thanks to the focus attack. The CPU often don't seem like they know how to deal with these, and will just try to block them, disregarding the fact that, you know...they're unblockable. So after you hit your opponent with one you can follow it up with the attack of your choice. Anyway, this is a playthrough with Ken. I fight Gouken for the secret boss battle at the end.





Street Fighter X Tekken
Video length: 38 minutes & 40 seconds
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Difficulty level: 2 out of 5

Playthrough with Akuma and Ogre, who are the boss characters in the game. This game is probably even easier than any of the versions of Street Fighter IV, the tag combos are really easy to do and you can do them frequently. The final boss is a little more difficult I guess but is still not that tough.





Super Street Fighter IV Arcade Edition
Video length: 31 minutes & 34 seconds
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Difficulty level: 2 out of 5

Playthrough with T. Hawk, fighting Evil Ryu in the secret boss fight. The original Super Street Fighter IV was never released for the PC, but the Arcade Edition update was. It's still easy to get through the game just by using the focus attack, which works great for T. Hawk since you can follow it up with one of his throw moves, which do big damage.





Ultra Street Fighter IV
Video length: 31 minutes & 6 seconds
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Difficulty level: 2 out of 5

The presumably final version of Street Fighter IV, Ultra Street Fighter IV brings a bunch of Street Fighter X Tekken content with it and not much else. One of the characters added is Poison. I was going to try and beat the game with Elena but I didn't like her move set, so Poison it is.

One of the game's new features is the ultra combo double, which lets you use either of your character's ultra combos during a fight. The trade-off is that the damage these moves do is a lot lower than usual. I decided to use it anyway, since that way I can show off both moves in the playthrough.

I also fight Oni for the secret boss fight.