#1 Edited by Togechu64 (46 posts) -

Alright, so this is it, the game you would want to have with you when all other ones are destroyed. So please only post one name of a game that is your favorite, no fair picking series! No bashing on other peoples games, but feel free to post explanations as to why your game kicks butt compared to all else.

Let me begin with:

Kingdom Hearts

#2 Posted by Fr0Br0 (3092 posts) -

I can't name just one game. But I'll post Metal Gear Solid, Super Mario World, Metal Gear Solid 2, Shadow of the Collosus and more I'm too lazy to think about.

#3 Posted by Togechu64 (46 posts) -

Nice choices.

#4 Posted by AlexB (1023 posts) -

Secret of Mana

Bar None.

#5 Posted by Bodycount (72 posts) -

Resident Evil 4. Played it maybe 40 times across all the versions i own. (3)

#6 Posted by Black_Rose (7785 posts) -

The Legend of zelda: Twilight Princess

#7 Posted by evilhomer (429 posts) -

I really love Secret of Mana like someone already posted but my all-time favorite is Zelda: ALTTP.  The SNES Zelda is still my favorite out of the Zelda series.  Don't know if it's nostalgia talking or if that game just had the 2d adventure gameplay perfected at the time, but it's still the best in my book.

#8 Posted by omergd1 (114 posts) -

Call Of Duty 2

#9 Posted by Terra1909 (312 posts) -

Mega Man 2. I can play it anytime.

#10 Posted by AlexB (1023 posts) -
evilhomer said:
"

I really love Secret of Mana like someone already posted but my all-time favorite is Zelda: ALTTP.  The SNES Zelda is still my favorite out of the Zelda series.  Don't know if it's nostalgia talking or if that game just had the 2d adventure gameplay perfected at the time, but it's still the best in my book.

"

Agreed. Yeah ALTTP is up there as well.
#11 Posted by Darth_Tater (72 posts) -

Thousand Arms (PS1)

Yes, I know P3 FES is better in every way, but explicit lesbianism is still funnier.

#12 Posted by Cole (42 posts) -

Final Fantasy 7. Having beat it 4-5 times i don't think it will ever get boring to me. I always try new things with it. I tried to beat the game with only 1 character....was interesting and difficult at times.

#13 Posted by AlexB (1023 posts) -
Cole said:
"Final Fantasy 7. Having beat it 4-5 times i don't think it will ever get boring to me. I always try new things with it. I tried to beat the game with only 1 character....was interesting and difficult at times."

You and the other Million...
#14 Posted by Cole (42 posts) -

Im sorry you don't agree. It was the first turn-based rpg i actually played so naturally it is my favorite. I'm not saying it did anything super spectacular, but you know. I will warm you up to your bones if you don't agree that it is a great game.

#15 Posted by AlexB (1023 posts) -
Cole said:
"Im sorry you don't agree. It was the first turn-based rpg i actually played so naturally it is my favorite. I'm not saying it did anything super spectacular, but you know. I will warm you up to your bones if you don't agree that it is a great game."

I was just playing. You and Maxey have attempted to get me into it and i'm sure its great, but the graphics just bug the shit out of me. But in the mean time im going to give the key to you cole, the master of unlocking.
#16 Posted by Togechu64 (46 posts) -
omergd1 said:
"Call Of Duty 2
"

Wow, that's certainly an....interesting choice?
#17 Posted by Aljosa15 (315 posts) -

RE4. Followed closely by Banjo Kazooie.

#18 Posted by igpx407 (75 posts) -

The Curse of Monkey Island for me. That game is timeless.

#19 Posted by Getter3 (33 posts) -

Gotta name a few:
Virtual On: Arcade
Mega Man 2: NES
Guardian Heroes: Sega Saturn
Nobunaga's Ambition: Sega Genesis
SOCOM II: PS2

#20 Posted by Raydanger (76 posts) -

Xenogears. Not Xenosaga, Xenogears. It came out about the same time as Final Fantasy 7, made by Squaresoft as well, but no one played it because FF7 was so huge. However, I believe the engaging story, the more interesting characters (who had more than just one face to their personality) and the combat system were all way ahead of their time. If you look at the themes the game touches on, you can see that it is still relevant today, and thats something not a lot of games made in the 90's can say.

And a CLOSE second is Megaman 2, seems to be a lot of people's favorite.

#21 Posted by blizzvalve (128 posts) -

Psychonauts-Xbox
Super Smash Bros. Melee-Gamecube
Civilization IV-PC
Super Smash Bros. Brawl-Wii
Call of Duty 4-360
Super Mario Bros. 3-GBA and NES

#22 Posted by Sir_Marwin (72 posts) -

Super Metroid

#23 Posted by Pavaloo (8 posts) -

Prince of Persia: Sands of Time

 Fo sho

#24 Posted by sculsoldi3r (1315 posts) -

Tibia