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Offline Japanium

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Re: Your Top 5 videogames of all time.
« Reply #20 on: October 11, 2014, 09:34:35 PM »
1. Final Fantasy VIII  :theking
2. Final Fantasy VII
3. ISS (International Superstar of Soccer - with Ravanelli and Ince in CD Cover)
4. Rumble Roses XXX   :P
5. Super Mario Bros

older games (except Rumble Roses...), no HD graphics but really funnies and playable.

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Re: Your Top 5 videogames of all time.
« Reply #21 on: October 16, 2015, 04:53:35 AM »
In no particular order:

1. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
2. Ōkami
3. Pokémon SoulSilver
4. Beyond Good & Evil
5. No More Heroes

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Re: Your Top 5 videogames of all time.
« Reply #22 on: October 23, 2015, 09:41:47 PM »
1. Dwarf Fortress
2. Football Manager
3. Minecraft
4. Tetris
5. Dwarf Fortress

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Re: Your Top 5 videogames of all time.
« Reply #23 on: October 24, 2015, 07:46:09 AM »
1) HALO Reach (got me into FPS games)
2) Syndicate (the old 3rd person one)
3) Myst (mood and epic picture quality for its time)
4) Kinect Adventures/Kinectimals (got me back into gaming and jumping like a crazy person in front of the TV)
5) Destiny (played it for more then a year! freaking time consumer...;) )

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Re: Your Top 5 videogames of all time.
« Reply #24 on: October 24, 2015, 09:36:43 AM »
Wow, I haven't even posted in this thread... Er I am so not sure about my picks, but here we go:

1. The Sims 2
2. Final Fantasy 6
3. Mass Effect
4. Portal 2
5. Elder Scrolls: Skyrim LOL

The Sims 2 particularly with mods allows for so much creative freedom and I love that a family line can continue on for generations. I have more ideas for the Sims 2 than I have time to play. I didn't really like Sims 3 too much and Sims 4 still doesn't have toddlers, so I'm sticking with 2, have played it more than any other game, and just fiercely love it. Even the music is great ;)

Final Fantasy 6 is my favourite FF, tho I have to say I no longer have the patience to replay it for all the grinding. But to me it has a very engaging story, great characters and amazing music. Even the combat can be quite fun because the characters have such different skills. I think this is how a game with multiple character story arcs and unique skills should be made; ideally I would just make it less grindy.

Mass Effect is here because it's one of the games along with Portal that got me into this newer gen of PC gaming. I felt like absolute boss playing as female Commander Shepard and I basically learned a new type of combat because I hadn't really played a game like this before that I can recall. Mass Effect 2 is likely the better game, but I haven't played it as much so I didn't feel comfortable putting it here. But man, Mass Effect - I spent hours riding around planets on Mako because I didn't want to miss anything. I was obsessed ha ha.

Portal 2 I wanted to put here because Portal was sort of important to me in getting into 3D world games and Portal 2 is like Portal, but better. Well, better as in it has more varied gameplay. I've even had some fun replaying it even if you might think that replaying a puzzle game where you sort of know all the answers (I can't remember everything though) wouldn't be any fun.

Skyrim with mods especially... I don't know why it feels silly to include this game here, probably because people shit on it so much online :lol: But I've spent so many hours on it. I loved that I was able to play it very far (past the main storyline) with conjuration magic where I'd basically have two conjured allies + a follower doing all the fighting for me while I'd sit back and loot or whatever. But then that save file got fucked up when Steam did that paid mods BS experiment, thx a lot. I've heard that, for instance, earlier games in the series do some aspects of varied combat better, but I've had fun on Skyrim experimenting with things, and only now I'm doing the most common variation which is a sneak archer :P I've also had interest in roleplaying in the game, and there are lots of mods that make that more interesting. Basically Skyrim is like Sims 2 in the sense that there is so much freedom with what you can do with it, especially with mods. But even without them there are different ways of doing things and you can basically ignore the main storyline etc. The game's far from perfect, but yeah, it's fun!
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Re: Your Top 5 videogames of all time.
« Reply #25 on: October 25, 2015, 07:56:58 PM »
Too many to list in a Top 5 so I'll just put in games that wowed me the most per console generation.

Ninja Gaiden (3rd gen; NES)
Super Castlevania IV (4th gen; SNES)
Xenogears (5th gen: PS)
Super Robot Taisen: Original Generations (6th gen; PS2)
Asura's Wrath (7th gen; PS3)
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