-Never owned Skyrim. -Never beaten a Mass Effect game. -Never filled out a Pokedex in any Pokemon game. -Never owned a PS2 or PS3. -Never beaten FF7 or FF10. -Never completed the original RE or MGS (but beat the GCN remakes). -Never collected all Gold Skulltulas in OoT (high was like 77). -Never beaten a Castlevania prior to SotN, which I actually didn't fully complete until a few months ago. -Didn't buy an Xbox until 2005, and didn't buy a 360 until 2009. -Was a blind Nintendo fanboy all my life up until around 2008-09 (although I still love them, I just think they've made some extremely poor decisions).
Hmm, I'm not really ashamed of it because I was 12 I think. But before Halo 2 came out I used to play a lot of Halo CE. I worked it out one time and I must have clocked over 1000 hours easily. I used to play splitscreen matches from time to time against my cousin and two friends and I always came out on top by a wide margin. I never out and said it but I think I always thought I was something special at Halo and I thought that when Halo 2 came out I'd be kind of untouchable online - probably amongst the best in the world.
I'll just say that 12 year old me sure had heaps of ill-deserved confidence :P
I've never legitimately finished a Pokemon game without the aid of cheats/ spawn tampered pokemon. Been playing since R/B/Y
And I consider a Pokemon game "beaten" when you beat the Elite 4 + Champion.
Why did you need to cheat on Pokemon Yellow? Is there some random difficulty setting in the cartridges? It wasn't too hard for me to beat the Elite 4. Gary would get on my nerves, but he can be beaten as long as your paying attention.
"I live my life 3 videogames at a time. Nothing else matters. Not the mortgage, not my clan and their BS. For those 3 games or less, I'm free."