Discussion in 'Games' started by Handmaiden Yané, Feb 5, 2007.
Devil May Cry
Fifa Football (or soccer to you yanks)
Gran Turismo 4
Contra III: The Alien Wars (SNES)
Eternal Darkness (GCN)
Mario Kart DS (DS)
Super Metroid (SNES)
Read the first post, kthnx.
Splinter Cell: Double Agent
Call of Duty 3
Can I add 11 games at once too?
Mick and Mack: Global Gladiators (Sega Genesis)
Donkey Kong (SNES)
Oddworld: Abe's Oddesey (PSX)
Glad we finally got some movement on this. Have to say I am surprised to see it here.
Mario Kart 64 (N64)
Goldeneye 007 (N64)
Tetris (Game Boy)
Guild Wars (PC)
People, in case you're confused, use your fingers. 4 games per post only, thanks.
I'd like to add one more to my list here if I could.
Diddy Kong Racing (N64)
Animal Crossings (GCN)
Sim City 2000 (PC)
Street Fighter II (Arcade/SNES/Genesis)
Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (SNE)
Final Fantasy X (PS2)
Age of Empires (PC)
NBA 2K7 (PS3)
Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle Earth (PC)
HOW DID YOU KNOW I'M MISSING A THUMB?!
What did you think people were posting with their noses?
Super Mario Bros. 3 (NES)
The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (SNES)
Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
World of Warcraft
SMB3 is the ultimate platform jumper. It is without a doubt the greatest NES game ever made. And it's kind of sad that the average player never saw anything other than worlds 1, a bit of 2 (maybe) and 8. Because damn, the rest of the game is pretty darn awesome too. Sky world is a personal favorite, and most people who've played the game don't even know it exists. For those brave few who have beaten the entire game on the original NES (the console, not a saved state emulator!) without cheating and without warping: I salute you.
TLOZ:ALTTP is brilliant. Every single level of the game is one giant puzzle. You need both quick reflexes and the ability to work out the puzzles that are everywhere. I have a lot of fond memories of junior high, sitting with friends in someones basement, all of us yelling "try that! try going that way! no, that way!" I've been playing this again on GBA lately, and it's every bit as good as I remember. The sheer level of care and thought that went into the game is mindboggling.
SW:KOTOR might not be the best Bioware game ever. Planescape: Torment has a deeper and richer plotline - and the ability to talk the last boss to death. Baldur's Gate II has better romance plotlines, and more overall content. Neverwinter Nights has the ability to create new modules. KOTORII had better player options. But KOTOR is just so epic and fun. It's pretty much flawless. Other games have things that they do better, but KOTOR has no flaws, and puts everything together better than anything else out there.
WoW beat me up and stole my lunch money.
Did I say use ALL of your fingers? No I did not.
Yes, but surely it'd be easier if..
::glances at hands::
AH, THE OTEHR THUMB!
ToeJam & Earl (Sega)
ET: The Extra-Terrestrial (Atari)
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney Justice For All(Gyakuten Saiban 2) (DS)
Just as a favor, if you see your game already nominated, you don't have to nominate it again. It's already on the list.
Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
Diddy Kong Racing DS
And this has grown quicker than I expected...there are a lot of games out there.
I'm probably going to shut this off sometime tonight, or sometime tomorrow. We're very close to 128.
Took me ten years, but it was worth it.
Gears of War (if it hasn't been said)
I know I've done it once but I can't remember if I did it a second time. Oh well, I did manage to get 99 lives at one point when I did it.
Super Mario Kart (SNES)
Mega Man (NES)
Sam & Max Hit The Road (PC)
Mortal Kombat (SNES)
Guild Wars & Expansions (PC)
Dino Crisis 2 (PSX)
Neverwinter Nights (PC)
Diddy Kong Racing (N64)
Age of Empires II (PC)
Heroes of Might and Magic III (PC)
Quest for Glory IV (PC)
Streets of Rage III (Genesis)
Six more games, and I'm closing it up.
yane edit: not really. sorry. rules are rules. that 5th game paid the price...repost with 4 games plz.
Final Fantasy 8
Trogdor (Yes it is an actual game)