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#1 Posted by Dominoes (36 posts) -
  1. Blood Meridian Or the Evening Redness in the West - Cormac McCarthy
  2. 1984 - George Orwell
  3. The Gunslinger - Stephen King
#2 Posted by Dominoes (36 posts) -

Who gives a fuck if it's "exclusive" or not? If anything it just means more people are enjoying the game and are exposing the inner repugnance of a being they are inside.

Great game. More should play.

#3 Posted by Dominoes (36 posts) -

Really a tough call, but I'll have to align myself with the SNES.

It just has so many games that I want to play, but haven't and just as many that I have and loved.

Others that cut real close include: PC (I'd argue the best library), and PS2.

#4 Posted by Dominoes (36 posts) -
  1. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
  2. Resident Evil 4
  3. Super Mario Galaxy 2
#5 Posted by Dominoes (36 posts) -
@sopachuco13: Well, I'm not done, but I am a bit over halfway and I have found it to be very enjoyable so far. Definitely worth playing. The charm is irresistible, but I'm not sure you'll want to drop full price for it. I'd spend $40 CDN on it though. Not sure what the price for it is now, but play it.
#6 Posted by Dominoes (36 posts) -
@keyhunter: What did you not like about it? Or thought was so bad?
#7 Posted by Dominoes (36 posts) -
@ryanwho: The March of the Black Queen, SNES. When I am done with that one I'll move onto the 64.
#8 Edited by Dominoes (36 posts) -
That's what I am playing right now. I have heard of this series for years, but never played any of the games. I have just recently downloaded it along with Shining Force II and have been really enjoying it. The depth of game-play is unreal. Wow.
#9 Edited by Dominoes (36 posts) -
Ha, why? Because my initial post is devoid of detail or what?
Edit: I like your avatar by the way, great movie.
#10 Posted by Dominoes (36 posts) -

is some bad ass shit?

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