For the 360 it would have to be Fallout 3, that game is huge with so much stuff to do in it. For the ps3 it would be Killzone 2 with all it's glorious action especially towards the end. Hard to define epic really, it could be the actual size of the game or the memorable set pieces it has in it.
" @dunderri: I want to play Mass Effect 2 but never played the first one. Should I play it first then the second?? "Well they are 2 really different games. The first one is more of an RPG where you can mess around with weapon add-ons, build up your character a bunch of different ways. The second they take some of that away. I'm sure you can find the first one at a somewhat low price. Just buy that one. I personally like starting out first in series then making my way up. Plus, you'll have some background going into the second game, not like you really need, but it's just nice to have.
" @dunderri: I want to play Mass Effect 2 but never played the first one. Should I play it first then the second?? "Yes. You won't get as much of the story and character if you don't. Plus the stuff in Mass Effect 2 won't be as memorable or have the same impact. I would also say mine is Mass Effect 2 with Gears of War 2 second.
I'm not quite sure how "Epic" is being defined here.
- For "epic" length, I probably spent the most time in Mass Effect 1. Yeah, Fallout 3 & Oblivion would seem to be longer, but those ultimately turned out to be PC games for me. The same is true of Dragon Age which would have taken the award had the PC been allowed. EDIT: since PC is allowed unlike my original thought, DA:O is my choice.
- For "epic" scale, I'd say either Killzone 2 or Call of Duty 2. There were several moments where I felt I was on a very big battlefield.
- For the undefinable "epicness" that makes you sit up and go "whoa!" Uncharted 2 is at the head of my list. There are too many moments in that game that had me feeling like I was part of a summer blockbuster movie.
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