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VIDEO Favourite game of all time?

Discussion in 'Archive: Games' started by Ender Sai, Apr 7, 2015.

  1. BobaBacca

    BobaBacca Jedi Knight star 4

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    Loved Sonic and Mario on Mega Drive and SNES as well as lots of other games from that era and the present, but if forced to choose one, Final Fantasy VII
     
  2. Rebel Scum

    Rebel Scum Jedi Grand Master star 2

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    LucasArts adventure games. Monkey Island, Indiana Jones and the fate of Atlantis, Full Throttle etc
     
  3. CT-7447

    CT-7447 Jedi Youngling

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    Star Wars Galaxies. Man, I loved that game.
     
  4. timmoishere

    timmoishere Force Ghost star 6

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    The game I've played through most often would be Ocarina of Time.
     
  5. DarthMane2

    DarthMane2 Jedi Grand Master star 5

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    Halo was probably the first game that really blew my mind, and the one I've played often over the years. I'll go with Halo.

    Could have easly picked JEDI KNIGHT: Jedi Outast, KOTOR, Mortal Kombat 2, Oblivion, or any of the Arkham games.
     
  6. IG_2000

    IG_2000 Jedi Grand Master star 4

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    In no particular order:

    Mario 64
    Uncharted 3
    Shadows of the Empire
    Metal Gear Solid 2
    Donkey Kong Country 2
     
  7. H-BOMB

    H-BOMB Jedi Master star 3

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    For sheer amount of hours played it would be a three-way tie between Battlefront 2, Jedi Outcast and Jedi Academy. But the excellent modding community extended the lifespan of those games for me tremendously.

    Big fan of the original Halo: Combat Evolved, as well as Assassin's Creed II. And Lego Racers. Lego Racers was great.
     
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  8. Reynar_Tedros

    Reynar_Tedros Jedi Grand Master star 6

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    Wow! I used to play this game all the time back in the day. Haven't thought about it in a long time.
     
  9. Ender Sai

    Ender Sai Chosen One star 10

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    Feb 18, 2001
    Guys. Favourite. Singular. Jesus. Special little flower millenials...
     
  10. Davak24

    Davak24 Jedi Grand Master star 5

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  11. JediYvette

    JediYvette Pacific RSA emeritus star 7 VIP - Former Mod/RSA

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    It was Jade Empire for about 7 years, but now it is Mass Effect. Sorry, Ender Sai, I know officially that is 3 games, but since it all connects, I am counting it as one.
     
  12. Saga Explorer

    Saga Explorer Jedi Knight star 3

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    Resident Evil
     
  13. Howard Hand

    Howard Hand Jedi Master star 4

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    Bioshock Infinite, as it creates its own unique and interesting world and has a pretty good story (as opposed to the "you killed my father/son/brother/wife so now I'm going to kill yoooouuuu!!!" story line found in the majority of video games)
     
  14. DebonaireNerd

    DebonaireNerd Jedi Grand Master star 5

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    Stylistically I really enjoyed it but it's Bioshock that still does it for me with the subdued cyberpunk setting and, in my opinion, more suspenseful story. But Infinite was very pretty.
     
  15. boonjj

    boonjj Jedi Knight star 1

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    Mass Effect 1 - Really opened my eyes up to what scope a game could take on. The first time I opened the Galaxy map I was in total awe! So many beautiful uncharted worlds to explore and adventures to go on with my little 3-strong crew. Also I gelled with it's style of sci-fi.

    It's the only game I've immediately replayed after finishing.

    Also love:
    Braid (can't wait to play The Witness)
    Splinter Cell 1-4
    Dishonored
    The Walking Dead - showed me you don't need complex "gameplay" (button input) to be engaging - story, characters and player choice goes a long way by itself. Also it's use of fixed camera angles (rather than player controlled) gives it a sense of direction that hardly any other games even attempt.
     
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