I own a slim PS3, the videos below will offer HD options between 720p and 1080p (depends on the game).

BlazBlue Calamity Trigger
Video length: 38:25
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Difficulty level: 2 out of 5

Playthrough with Noel. Whilst I usually try to fight hidden bosses I decided not to with this game, as if you fight Unlimited Ragna you don't get to see the ending, regardless whether you win or lose. So I lost a round on purpose. This game is easy to beat otherwise.





BlazBlue Chronophantasma
Video length: 37:59
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Difficulty level: 2 out of 5

Playthrough with Noel. For those not in the know, this game the sequel to Continuum Shift (see below). Noel's got a new outfit and new moves for this installment, and her astral finish move is now a counter. This would be kind of risky to use against a human player, yet the CPU seem to go out the way to try and hit Noel when she's in her counter stance, which is good.





BlazBlue Continuum Shift
Video length: 42:15
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Difficulty level: 2 out of 5

Playthrough with Noel. This game is the sequel to Calamity Trigger. The game's final boss, Hazama, can actually be a pain to beat since he can drain your health just by being near you (you have to keep attacking him to stop this) plus he has some annoying moves. It's not too hard to win with Noel though.





BlazBlue Continuum Shift Extend
Video length: 45:30
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Difficulty level: 2 out of 5

Playthrough with Ragna. Whilst I fight the hidden boss of this game, I don't beat her. Thankfully it doesn't effect the ending or anything either way, so I don't mind. Esepcially since she's so cheap and no fun to fight in any way at all. To fight the hidden boss you have to playthrough the game without losing any rounds, which isn't too bad until you get to Hazama. As mentioned in the game above, Hazama can be a little difficult to beat due to some of his moves. You just need to stay on the offensive when fighting him.





Call of Duty: Black Ops
Video length: See times on playlist
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Difficulty level: 4 out of 5

Playthrough of the campaign mode on regular difficulty, which is the setting I use for all of my CoD playthroughs. This game is the sequel to World at War (see the Xbox 360 page for a playthrough of that) and has an interesting storyline that I won't spoil here. Kudos to Treyarch for toning down the grenade spam that the previous game suffered from.





Call of Duty: Black Ops II
Video length: See times on playlist
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

The sequel to Black Ops feautres multiple endings depending on what you do in certain levels. I'd intended to get the best ending, but unfortuately I missed an objective early on in the run and didn't realise I had until I'd nearly finished the game, at which point I didn't feel like going back and re-doing it all. I do plan on doing a playthrough of the 360 version and getting it right.

Also included is a playthrough of the Strike Force mode, which consists of several mini-missions with varying objectives.

See the PS4 videos for a playthrough of Black Ops III. Whilst that game was released for PS3, the PS3 version doesn't feature the campaign mode.


Campaign playthrough
Strike Force playthrough



Call of Duty: Ghosts
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

This game tends to get bashed a lot, but when I played it I didn't think it was that bad. I was under the impression there was going to be a lot of stupid stuff with the dog, but it turns out there is only one slightly annoying stealth section you have to do as him, and he helps out fine most of the time otherwise. The only mission I found annoying was the one where you are underwater, simply because underwater levels are never fun and the bit with the sharks towards the end was irritating.





Divekick
Video length: 20:06
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Difficulty level: 4 out of 5

Playthrough with Kick. For those who've never heard of it, this is a two button fighting game, with the aim being to land a divekick on your opponent. One hit is all it takes to win a round, but it can be a lot tougher than it sounds! Characters have special abilities to spice things up, and the game's final boss is kind of ridiculous since he can teleport around and has a counter move.





JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All-Star Battle
Video length: 33:49
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Difficulty level: 2 out of 5

Playthrough of arcade mode with Dio. I don't have much to say about this game since it isn't that hard -the first time I played it I beat it, and the arcade mode doesn't feature a boss to fight at the end, you only have to beat a set of random CPU opponents. They do get a little harder towards the end but they still don't get that tough. Really if you want more of a challenge then play the story mode.





Metal Slug
Video length: 28:15
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Difficulty level: 4 out of 5

The original Metal Slug is my favourite of the series and the only one I think I'll be able to clear on one credit. Let me give this a mission breakdown:

Mission 1: easy

Mission 2: easy

Mission 3: The platforming section at the start can be daunting at first but the real challenge of this mission is the fight against Allen, because ideally you want to keep him above you for the entire fight, but it all depends on what kind of pattern he's going to do. After you beat him the rest of the mission isn't that hard, especially when you get the tank.

Mission 4: really easy due to the fact you get a tank right near the start.

Mission 5: this mission is where the game gets harder. I found it best to just take my time, and destroy any cars as soon as possible. And keeping the tank for the boss fight is a must.

Mission 6: the hardest mission. The opening section isn't hard but when you move out of the forest is where things really get crazy, and I lost a life. The sub section has one part I really hate, where you have to deal with a bomb dropping helicopter along with some planes. I foolishly lost my 2nd life trying to get the tank -I should have been mashing the fire button to stab enemies but didn't, which was my error -but once I respawned and got the tank the rest of the level went by OK.





Super Street Fighter II Turbo HD Remix
Video length: 17:06
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Difficulty level: 5 out of 5

Playthrough with Ken, this video shows the secret boss fight against Akuma. The original version of this game featured brutally tough CPU opponents, and whilst the difficulty was toned down for this game, they're still fairly challenging. Thankfully Ken's roundhouse kick still works well against them (although against characters with dragon punches you need to be careful).

Akuma is a nightmare to beat in this version. If you can trap him in the corner you can keep doing Ken's flaming dragon punch over and over again -if timed right, Akuma won't block it. Time it wrong, however, and you can expect something like what happens at 14:08 -look at the ridiculous amount of damage (around 85% of my life) Akuma did, with one basic combo! I can't believe the play testers didn't say something like "hey maybe this is a bit too much" but whatever, I still beat him in the end.





Time Crisis: Razing Storm
Video length: 41:02
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

Playthrough of version included on Time Crisis Razing Storm. Possibly the most dudebro lightgun game ever made. Razing Storm plays a lot like Crisis Zone (see the PS2 page), just with added rocket launchers. It really isn't too difficult to beat and had I practised some more I probably could have gotten through it without losing any lives. You can even gain life back by rescuing team mates when given the chance (I wasn't too good at this during this run).

I get the extra level on this playthrough. At the end of the third level, you have to shoot down several missiles. If you manage to do this you get to go onto a fourth level, which features a gigantic warship as the final boss. The game continues in a seperate first person shooter mode, but I'm not doing a playthrough of that because I don't like it.





Time Crisis 4 Arcade ver.
Video length: 47:23
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Difficulty level: 5 out of 5

Playthrough of version included on Time Crisis Razing Storm. Time Crisis 4 is probably the worst one in the series I've played, mainly because of the Terror Bites. For some reason Namco thought it would be a good idea to put insect enemies into Time Crisis. Trying to deal with these whilst trying to deal with normal enemies at the same time is a nightmare, and the two life points I lose in this playthrough are both due to the insects biting me repeatedly whilst I'm trying to deal with other enemies.

You only get three lives instead of four like in the previous games, so you've got to be more careful. If it wasn't for the Terror Bites I'd compare this game's difficulty to Time Crisis II. The last part of the final boss fight in particular is really easy, and the other bosses aren't too hard either (credit to Namco for not making you fight a giant bug monster -I was really sure when I first played this that I'd end up having to fight one).

Also a special mention has to go to how completely uncaring and unimpressed Giorgio (the guy I'm playing as) sounds every time he speaks in this.





World Heroes
Video length: 21:07
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Difficulty level: 3 out of 5

Playthrough of the Neo Geo Station version, using Hanzo. This is one of the easiest Neo Geo fighters to get through, although that's because you really only need 2 strategies. The first is this simple combo: jump kick followed by low kick. And if that isn't working too well, throw out a rekko zan, and if the opponent jumps towards you, knock them out of the air with the kou ryuu ha. Then just repeat this.