As per Garth's request, I've carried this thread over from that-place-we-shall-not-mention-anymore.
So... what was the last game you finished, and what rating would you give it? As before, the rating style is up to you, be it PP's 5-star rating, the traditional out-of-ten or a percentage, just let GRcade know what you think!
I'll start with Kung Fu Panda on 360: Excellent little movie tie-in with a straight forward platform action style, very reminiscent of my old GC fave, Samurai Jack - 7/10
Frustratingly infinite supply of frag-grenades for the Germans. Ridiculous that enemies sometimes will spawn infinitely if you just continue to snipe them from a distance. Makes the sniper-rifle totally redundant in some cases.
Saying that, it's very fun at it's best, and perhaps I shouldn't have started on Veteran. 
Awful camera and ineffectual narrative ruin what is a triumph in every other area. Paradoxical fusion of linearity and freedom with maybe the most tangible controls in any game ever (topped off with phenomenal art design).
Blue mother strawberry floating dragon... 38 hours / level 52
I never really found this game to be hard or troublesome, like most JRPG's which put me right off, this had a real nice feel to it, ok the main characters got on my nerves, I think it was mainly down to the voice acting, but it really was a beautiful game to play, some amazing looking cutscenes, some great boss battles and an intresting ott story. I found the end a little tiresome as
you went through about 10 bosses, to get to the final reincarnatino of sazbo, to get to the nene who evolves 3 times.... then destroy! who wasn't that bad for a last boss, saying that with how it ended if he cast fire and brimestone it would have wiped out everyone! but i was safe due to using 4 corperal attacks. (I did all of them first time! )
I only really struggled on one boss where I had gone too far, and had to backtrack and grind 10 levels to beat him with ease.
The only thing I really hated with a passion was the strawberry floating boss music!!! What in the blue hell was that! it was like an Elliot Minor cover group! it was so bad.
It was my first JRPG i have ever gone through and completed, I usually turn off after I get stuck on a boss near the begining like that spider thing on FF8, i cant remember where i got stuck on FF7 and FF9! I am going to try Lost oddessy soon i think.
80 strawberry floating achievement points for 38 hours work... cheers you banana splits!
You can buy all the fancy houses you want, we still remember you in a bath covered in ketchup for a free copy of CSI.
Intense, gruesome, bonkers and most importantly, shit-scary. I loved this for the most part, let down by a few sections that were, well, crap, if I'm being brutally honest. They are worth working through for the rest of the game though. It's like an old-school survival horror, but with loads of great ideas of its own. And only 20 notes on PSN. Thatch niche.
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Finished every song on every difficulty now. A nice handheld interpretation of Guitar Hero, but unfortunately I think the appeal is wearing off for me. If Decades doesn't have Wi-Fi play I could see myself selling this off. Still I've had fun with it.