My Favorite Games
Just a basic list of some of my favorite games.
Just a basic list of some of my favorite games.
This is my favorite game of all time, hands down. I remember that my mom went through a phase where she wanted to homeschool me, and the only way she could get me to care was by promising I'd get to play this afterwards. This game is the reason I play games.
I absolutely love this game. This game is hilarious, and the battle system is really, really cool and entertaining. I bought a 3DS on the promise of a new one coming out. While Sticker Star turned out disappointing, it's only because it was attached to the incredible legacy this title created.
The same stuff as the first game, + crazy-awesome graphical effects, + more length, + even better writing, + a computer that falls in love with Princess Peach. Awesome game. The only reason it's below the first one on this list is nostalgia.
This game is my favorite standard Mario game. I love the suits in it, and the level design is some of the best Nintendo has ever done. What it lacks in the secrets the World brought to the table, it makes up for in better music, and crazy levels.
This game is still amazing. It's very close to Super Mario Bros. 3. This was another game that helped shape my love of gaming. If you haven't noticed, I grew up on Super Nintendo (even though I was born in '93.)
This one is an obvious choice. Dat Zelda. Damn. I remember that I would try to play this game before I could even read. I'd just end up going to all the same places over and over again, repeating things I didn't need to repeat, but I loved every damn second of it. And when I was finally old enough to finish it, it still blew my mind.
This game is why I hate other "Nintendo fans." They were clamoring for an Ocarina of Time follow up, and got this. In my opinion, this was a fantastic choice. It was a departure from the formula in it's own way and the art is fucking gorgeous. I'm stunned whenever I see someone complain about it. (Yeah, that still happens.)
Such a fun game, and easy to go back to for me. I loved the crazy levels and all the hidden secrets the castle had to offer. The hub world was it's own level, and fun to explore on it's own.
I love this game. I've played through it probably twenty times, and its a 40-80 hour experience each time. The world is just so colorful, and the characters are so good, that I just keep wanting to go back. There's also a nice New Game + that with some cool bonuses in it.
This goes for the entire series. The writing is phenomenal, and the twists and turns are so crazy, yet for the most part don't stretch TOO far out of the realm of possibility, aside from the spirit medium stuff. My favorite cases are the ones where the magic stuff isn't a huge part. This game makes you feel so awesome when that light bulb finally turns on and you understand what's going on, and backing witness into a corner kind of makes you go "Yeah, in your face! You can't get out of this one!" every time.
I'm surprised, but the 3DS game turned out incredible, too. The reason they aren't all on here seperately is because having all of the six game released in North America would kind of clutter up the list.
I know that Galaxy 2 was "better" but I enjoyed this game a lot more. I played through the game twice, getting every single star each time. It is such a fun game.
This game is so, so good, seriously. It's available on iOS. Play it.
Not as good as Ocarina, and very difficult and frustrating, but very unique. Also, it's dark in a strange way. Not like the Twilight Princess "Grown-up" dark, but just a little disturbing. A very cool game.
I didn't think I'd like this game, but I played it all the way through and was very impressed. The final boss fight is very cool, and the ending of the game is definately very cool. I tried Spirit Tracks, but the train stuff got so annoying to me that I stopped.
This game was fun alone, but if you actually used the batshit-insane setup of hooking up four GBAs to the Gamecube, It was an amazing game to play multiplayer.
I only just played this game, but it was such an incredible experience. The narration sounded like it could've been a cheap gimmick but... The voicework and the writing were incredible. I wanted to hear every single line they recorded. It sucked me in so much, and I never wanted to stop playing. A very unique game, and most of the best things about it are very subtle, too.
This game was the Pokemon game that I love the most. I'm not sure why exactly. I think it was just during the exact right time in my life for me to appreciate it.
This game is just all around awesome. The first time I played it, it was me and my friends in his basement with nothing better to do, so we just passed the control after each level, and we got more and more amazed by the solutions as it went on. At times it was annoying to have my friends yelling at the screen, but other times the extra brainpower made some of the really hard puzzles more fun.
A fantastic entry in the Tales franchise. easily my favorite after Symphonia.
I'm a huge Smash Bros. fan. Honestly, Melee is my favorite, but when the time comes to play some Smash Brothers, this is the one that always gets played.
This game is a lot of fun. I played it long after it's release, without any Metroid nostalgia, and it holds up in my opinion.
This game's idea is dumb, but It's fun as hell. I loved (almost) every minute of it. The only spots that weren't great were the times when you knew where and when you needed to get a picture or something that wasimportant for your progress, but you just barely miss it and have to do the whole level over. This is really evident in the Valley level.
This was the first game I got when I got a 360, and it is really cool. I played through all evil, but made the good ending choice, so everyone's reactions to me are so weird.
I've spent hours on this game. but then again, who hasn't poured hours into a tetris game?
I don't know what it was about this game, but I couldn't put it down. It's pretty impenetrable at spots, a little buggy, and can be horribly frustrating, but there's just something about it that makes it a lot of fun. It's got a lot of charm to it. Also, I think that the localization on this game is a cut above what it was in the other Rune Factory or Harvest Moon games.
I'm not sure where this sits on my list yet, but it definitely goes somewhere. This was a joy to play. I played through this entire game with a dumb-looking smile on my face, and I don't smile much.
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