Bombin' the A.M. With Scoops and the Wolf
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They may not make games like this anymore, but maybe they should. Larian's latest CRPG is a deeply satisfying turn-based adventure that rewards players with patience.
Diablo III is a great game that, despite its mouse-and-keyboard roots, adapts to consoles surprisingly well.
Ubisoft Montpellier's take on the first World War is a surprisingly heartfelt adventure.
Final Fantasy XI Without a doubt.
Pretty close between Call of Duty 2, 4 and MW2. Kinda weird since I never played any of them online. Edit: Oh I forgot Dead Rising. (Well, maybe that's the one I'm most ashamed of.)
Ocarina of Time. I've actually still have never played it even though I was heavily into N64 when it came out.
Vagrant Story. First few hours I didn't care for it but it eventually grew to become one of my favorites.
Elder Scrolls IV. I know, a bit late.
Phantasy Star Universe. I liked how the single-player mode was broke into episodes. Kinda neat when you can play an RPG 30-45 mins and still feel like you're getting somewhere.
I usually dump mine into a MS Points card since you can get a 4000 card for under $40 sometimes. I can't think of anything for $5 but you can buy something more expensive and have the eBay bucks subtracted from the total.
I prefer Coca-Cola over Pepsi, but prefer Diet Pepsi over Diet Coke. That said, Dr. Pepper wins.
Final Fantasy II will always be the worst numbered FF in my eyes. (And by that I mean II not IV)
Extreme Pinball for the PS1 The only thing I can remember about it is how it took forever just to get a table loaded up. Little did I know the company responsible would go on to do games like Gears of War.
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