All the games I've conquered across numerous consoles.
Will be updated regularly.
Will be updated regularly.
Favorite video game of all time. I'm serious. Absolutely amazing. Been passionate about it since its day of release.
Favorite Mario game of all time. Who needs that Galaxy crap?
A very good GTA alternative. By that I mean, the shooting doesn't suck. Main and side missions were awesome. Did some things really well. Was sad when it ended. Climbing up on buildings looks akward. Irish Spider-man, anyone?
More than just Gears of War on crack. Slick gameplay, and some pretty cool quicktime events. Loaded with a style all its own.
A great start.
Bigger and better than the first game. Horde mode was brilliant. Multiplayer was clunky and rushed.
This one kinda doesn't count. Finished it with a friend and unlimited lives. Shadow Boss is an absolute pain. I WILL play through it w/o cheats one day..
Used to play through this every other day after school growing up.
I would gladly pony up $50 for this over Other M anyday.
Incredible franchise comeback. Doesn't beat Super, but still very good. Even though its linear.
Got all 100 Jiggies!
This game hold the record for the hardest rainbow road track ever. I don't care what anyone says.
My least favorite out of the series, but doesn't make it a bad game.
Awesome in every possible way. WHERE IS EPISODE 3?!
A lot of nostalgia accompanied me here. Saturn version.
I love the idea of gunning down giant robotic floating fish.
I really shouldn't have to say anything here.
Finished it on Steam and XBLA. It's my civic duty to continue to recommend this to every living soul.
An amazing breath of fresh air, and still is today.
This was the only X game I owned growing up. The real meat of this game is finding all of Zero's parts. Final boss is surprisingly easy. Optional bosses are insane.
Once you get Zero's sword its a piece of cake.
I hate the story mode, but the gameplay is excellent. PC version.
Good, but not great.
I have literally beaten this game about 16 times. Quite possibly the best remake in my opinion. Voice acting is a nice touch. Vile mode is challenging and cool. Vile needs his own series. Mega Man Vile, yes?
Could have been much better. Very frustrating at the early parts of the game. Mega Buster has never been more useless.
Better than the first. Good cure for boredom.
If you've got a friend with the game the multiplayer is really fun. Story wasn't too bad. Got repetitive fast, but the boss fights kept me coming back. Falzar version.
Unlocked the US version on Mega Man X Collection for beating the first three X games. (Already beat them on SNES first) Cute kart racer. It's a wonder why it never came here amidst all the Mario Kart clones back then.
Took me only 3 hours. After finishing it once, the hype just left me.
The only RTS I still play to this day. Excellent campaign.
A great expansion for an already great game.
Was the first PC FPS I ever owned, and has since gotten me into the genre. I've never been so scared in my life.
Had this been a real game in the 80s it would have classic status written all over it. Factory sealed boxes would probably be worth something. PC version.
Surprisingly good. Very high production values.
Too bad it's been taken off steam.
This was my childhood. First game I ever played online.
A bold move that paid off in spades. Metroid Prime Trilogy version.
Game has aged quite nicely.
If you haven't played this, I pity you.
In my opinion, the best Paper Mario is the first.
It's a dream come true.
Actually played through the whole season mode. I like how one of the create-a-player heads looks like me from my elementary years.. N64 version.
I put 100+ hours into this game. I love it.
Crazy hard difficulty.
One of the best games on the psp.
I have a love hate relationship with this game. Gamecube DX version.
Despite all the negativity it got from the media, this game is probably the best 3D sonic game.
My favorite sonic game of all time. Excellent soundtrack. I'm talking about the US music, not the Japanese crap. Gotta love the intro! PC version.
Actually played this one after 3. I dug the music.
When I was younger I always got stuck on the carnival level. I felt so stupid when I finally figured it out years later.
Slightly more challenging than 3. It's good but not as memorable.
The best Naruto game I had ever played in 2007.
This game is so bad its good.
The best SSB game in my opinion. Improved upon everything. Gameplay feels tighter than Brawl.
I remember beating it, but not with all 120 stars.
I did finish this game 100% with all 150 stars.
Who knew this was actually gonna catch on? Both Red and Blue versions.
I hated this one because Pikachu is so lame.
Nothing beats the 2nd generation pokemon games. Silver version.
Made the best even better. This might be the best pokemon game ever.
Somehow managed to make this more awesome than the originals, which were already great. Soul Silver version.
Weird and charming.
Got boring and repetitive fast. 2 of the 3 bosses were cool.
This was the first AE game I played. Charming graphics. Gameplay was good, and this is coming from a guy who had never played the original or the newer ones on PS2. Therefore I actually didn't miss the second analog stick. Though I'm sure now would be a different story.
I love the story telling. Fantastic.
One of my favorite games on the PS2. Arguably the best in the series.
A true classic today. Legendary difficulty.
Somehow I still like this game more than Halo 3. I know, I'm crazy. Legendary difficulty.
By this point the story is nonexistent. Pretty game. Meh. Legendary difficulty.
When I was younger I overlooked all its flaws enough to actually enjoy it.
I can't tell you how many batteries I killed playing this growing up.
Played through the story mode. Interesting final stage.
Boring story, great gameplay.
Weird story, more characters, and a few more graphic enhancements. Solid.
I hate this game, but I love it.
Best story mode in any DBZ game ever. Extra points for Hercule mode.
I played this game so much my disk quit working. Nonetheless it hasn't aged well.
If this had been another licensed property I think it still would have been great. Deeper than the average GBA game.
Like an HD Shin Budokai. Very, very pretty. Story is pointless. I missed the Tenkaichi controls here.
Way too easy. Mildly enjoyable.
Vastly underrated and highly addicting. Incredible shooter coming out of nowhere in a stagnant market full of CODs. I busted out laughing several times at the humor. Turn your brain off for this one.
Can't believe I used to think this was a good time.
Great game, even though its a little short.
The remake of this is garbage. Best TMNT game.
Good co-op beat 'em up. Not as good as Battletoads, however. Has some pretty sick music.
Pinhead bowling + Bruce Campbell = killer app.
Short and sweet.
Great even today.
The best Virtual Boy game. And my second favorite Wario game behind 3. Worth picking up a Virtual Boy for this alone.
Hardest story mode ever. It's like the Dark Souls of the racing genre. Lots of man power and sheer will to finish the campaign.
A cakewalk compared to the first two, with the exception of a few water levels.
A friend lent this to me without knowing what it was. For a 2D side scrolling junkie like me this game is pure gold. It's really short and way too easy, but the gameplay is worth beating it over and over again. My beat time in Hiryu Mode was 33:10 min., and Hein Mode at 21:31 min. Hein is just wayyy overpowered. I bet there's some pretty insane speed runs on this one.
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