This classic is extremely replayable, insofar as your skill choices will definitely affect what kinds of ways you can approach the game.
There's something about this game I can't put my finger on, but maybe it's the fact that the game's inhabitants are surprisingly smart.
There was just something supremely satisfying about the original Perfect Dark that the "sequel" managed to fuck up in so many different ways...
I used to shun SoR because I was a big Final Fight fan, but after playing it, I have to concede it's the superior game...not that I don't still love both very much!
Final Fight 3 felt like the answer to Streets of Rage 2's superior combat mechanics, and it shows! This game fucking rocks.
The one brick wall I don't feel too bad about banging my head against every once in a while.
Big Money! Big Prizes! I'd love a sequel, guys.
Perfect Dark did everything better than Goldeneye, but somehow, its charm hasn't diminished any.
The biggest and baddest compilation of Unreal Tournament to date. Combine it with the UT2K4 RPG mod, and you may never be able to put it down.
Nothing beats the streamlined features of the original.
Chop 'til you drop! What can I say?
Ever since I played the demo of the game, I've been in love with it. It's one of those awesome games that you buy more than once in your life...
Combine Magic: The Gathering was arena combat action, and you've got one hell of a recipe for success...or so Majesco had hoped. It was true, but no one bought it. :(
It's a classic beat-'em-up, and I'm surprised no one has tried to emulate its enjoyable magic system.
The pinnacle of music-gaming achievements...until Rock Band 2 and Guitar Hero: World Tour release.
A great game for its time, and probably the best Guitar Hero to date.
Most people don't have a great deal of love for SF III, but I loved trying to master the parry, and it brings back memories.
One of the best fighting game mashups ever!
A great crossover of two classic fighting game franchises.
A surprisingly diverse beat-'em-up experience. The rapid-reaction minigame segments are fun, too.
Maybe not the best version of the games, but the original trilogy can't be beat.
A perfect blend of difficulty and payoff, Ninja Gaiden Black was a great edition of this seminal action series.
Nearly anything and everything in this game can be tweaked, making it a creationist's dream.
For all of its flaws and accusations of repetition, it's still a great series for fans of beat-'em-ups.
Samurai Warriors is a spin-off of Dynasty Warriors of sorts, and it generally takes what Dynasty Warriors does and refines it.
Post-apocalyptic goodness, and dark humor abound, this series is a timeless classic.
The Elder Scrolls...ah, the good old days of playing Arena in 1995...
Braid is one of a select few games that have gotten a genuine emotional response out of me. That's a pretty damn meaningful accomplishment.
The greatest RPG ever. Disagree with me, and I'll bleed you like a stuck gecko.
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