SNES/DS versions. There's also a PS1 version in the FF Anthology 2 disc set. 1 of the greatest RPGs of all time.
A damn fine action RPG. An unsung instant classic!
SNES (FF3) version. There's also GBA (FF6) and PS1 (FF Chronicles) versions. Yet another classic RPG.
Gamecube version. I still own the N64 cart, too. But no N64 console.
1 of the BEST games for the DS.
PC version. There are also Mac and Linux versions. Worth owning regardless of operating system.
I still own the Genisis cart, but not the Genisis. Also available for the Wii via Virtual Console, and PS2 on Sega Genisis Collection.
N64 version. But no N64. Wa...
Gamecube version. Link helps the GC version edge out the PS2 and X-Box versions!
Gamecube version. Goro & Shao Kahn sealed the deal on this one!
PS2 and Dreamcast versions. I've played both, and I freaking love MvsC2!
I've played the Wii version and it's incredible. If you own a Wii, you need this game! Heir to MvsC2's throne!
PS1 version. Best Castlevania ever.
1 of THE reasons to own a SNES!
1 of the reasons to hold on to your SNES. If you've got a Wii, download SMK via the Virtual Console. You'll be glad you did.
I still own the old N64 cart, but no N64 console. Wa...
Back in 1997, when I owned a PS1 (original Playstation), I fell madly in love with Final fantasy 7. To this day, it's my fav in the FF series with ff6 (FF3 for SNES) trailing a close 2nd.
Final Fantasy VIII (FF8 for short) isn't as good as FF7, but is every bit worth owning if you've got a PS1 or PS2.
The downloaded PC version of UT2004. Awesome FPS with very moderate system requirements. Can be found for only $10 via GOG or Steam.
The customization and charming story are as addictive as the action. Definately one of the best reasons to own a GBA or DSlite.
just like its predecessor, SNSS2 has addictive customization and action and a charming story. One of the best reasons to own a GBA or DSlite.
One of the best games for GBA/DSlite and proof that an RTS can work on a handheld.
One of the best Castlevania games ever. real close to SotN in its mix of actio-platforming and RPG elements. One of the best games for GBA/DSlite.
If you still have your old Sega Genisis -or Genisis hardware emulator- laying around, you can't go wrong with Burning Force. Still every bit as fun as it was 17 years ago. One of the first, and best, 3rd person "cyber-punk" shooters ever made.
The GBA version. Another 3/4 top down shooter with some pretty good action and a cool aesthetic.
Yes, it's via zsnes emu. Honestly, Front Mission Gun Hazard edges out Cybernator by quite a bit. A feat I hadn't thought possible. Least of all from, RPG maker, Square.
MMZ4 is another example of a great series being built on in some great ways. Tough as nails, but a blast to play.
I bought GGX2 Reload for PC from GOG for only $6. $6 very well spent. Definately proves 2D fighters can rock on PC with gamepad support.
The controls AUTOMATICALLY map to your USB gamepad.
Slick, anime-ish visual style.
Modest hardware requirements: 700MHz CPU, 256MB RAM, 64MB GPU.
Craziest cast of fighters ever, with crazy background stories and over-the-top moves.
One of the games that makes a GBA or DS Lite worth owning. A worthy sequel to the Genesis/Mega Drive classic.
Heir to Symphony of the Night's throne and, in some ways, actually manages to edge it out. Castlevania PoR keeps my DS rockin'.
Probably the best of the Mega Man Zero series (MMZ 1 thru 4). Blends platforming, combat and RPG very effectively. Tough as nails, but worth owning.
PC version, via Steam. One of my all-time fav RPGs. I'm not a Star Wars fan, but BioWare made great use of its universe. Loads of replay value, modest hardware requirements, great gameplay, open-ended plots, great graphics and great story.
PC game, via GOG, DRM-free. Very open-ended gameplay and story. Modest hardware requirements. BioWare at their best.
PC version, via GOG, DRM-free. Amazing 5th gen platformer with and amazing story. I first played Soul Reaver on the PS1 and fell in love with it. I'm now happy to own the best version on a platform I'll be sticking with for a very long time.
PC version via GOG, DRM-free. Plays like Diablo II, Fate, etc... Need I say, "addictive"? And some of the mdded customer classes, pets and items are amazing.
PC version via GOG, DRM-free. A diamond in the rough. This action-turn-based mix RPG was well ahead ofits time. Amazing story, atmosphere, gameplay, visual style (even given its age). Fortunately, Anachronox has been resurrected on GOG and fully patched. Every bit orth owning.
PC game via Wildtangent. Pretty good dungeon-crawler RPG with randomly generated areas, loads of customization and tons of replay value. Definately worth owning.
PC GOTY version via Steam. One of THE reasons to own a fairly modern PC. Oblivion enhances on everything that made Morrowind great, without the steep hardware requirements of Skyrim.
PC version via GOG, DRM-free. Love it. Captures alotta 8bit NES era classics in one frenetic game. Also automaps to your USB gamepad (Logitech Dual Action/360 controller).
PC version via Steam. Awesome re-release of an awesome (Dreamcast) game. Modest hardware requirements add to JSR's accessibility. Cool art style as well. Plays well with either USB gamepad or mouse and keyboard.
PC version via Gamersgate, DRM-free. Great FPS, both in campaign and multiplayer. Works good with Windows 7. Vista requires a patch for DirectX 10 graphics cards, but the patch can be found all over the internet with instructions.
PC game via Steam. Damn good dungeon defence game with tons of content and unlockables. Plays well with either mouse & keyboard or Xinput (360 or Logitech F310/F510/F710) gamepad.
PC game via Gamersgate, DRM-free. Damn good 2D action-platformer, with a Metroid-ish vibe and LOW hardware requirements. Plays great with a USB gamepad, DirectInput or Xinput.
PC version, via Steam. Damn good sequel to a damn good game. Adds to everything that made L4D great and the PC version even includes the campaigns from the first game.
PC version, via GOG, DRM-free. Damn good Oblivion-ish action RPG. Not quite as customizable as Oblivion. But, Divinity II edges out Oblivion in the combat department. Very much worth owning.
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