My Favorite Games of All Time
In no particular order:
In no particular order:
Dude, Bowser. Dude ... GENO!
Yeah. Of course this is here.
The cel-shading makes it look more like the Game Boy Advance games, only in 3D. And I love the addition of the third rank of units: It makes me feel even more overpowered than I did in the GBA games. The Laguz nobles only help in that.
I've never been good at fighting games, but I've always loved their flashiness. Muramasa has all the flash of a fighting game, but makes executing moves easy, and it's set in a beautiful world. The graphical splendor overcame the repetitiveness.
Having played through it three times, I realize more and more how cheesy and cliche it can be at times; but it looks, sounds and plays great, and the characters all have their charm.
When it first came out, I was dismayed by the ammo constraints on the alternate beam weapons. I didn't play it for awhile, but when I finally came back to it, I ended up enjoying it more than the first Metroid Prime. Its menus are nicer; the difficulty was rewarding; and there were a few boss fights that took place entirely as the Morph Ball.
I had the blue version, and got my ass kicked countless times by my friend who had the white version. It built on the concepts from the first two games in the series and had more variety in the battle chips, the forms, and the customization.
I didn't play this game until I got the Mega Man X Collection for the Gamecube. I don't remember it as well as I do Mega Man X; but it looks nicer, and the new armor upgrades and mech suits were awesome. I also appreciate the fact that the buzz saw weapon appeared as a battle chip in Mega Man Battle Network 3.
I'll be honest; I don't think I ever encountered Kuribo's Shoe. I only ever rented the SNES version, but I preferred it to Super Mario World, which I actually owned. I borrowed the GBA version from my cousin and beat it. It's much harder than SMW, which I never beat, but something about its look made me accept that fact and continue trying the hardest parts, despite frustration. Also, Racoon and Tanooki-based powerups are awesome.
I still listen to this game's music, which made the high speed action all the cooler. I even loved the Chao Garden. The only parts of the game I don't enjoy replaying are the treasure hunting stages, but I don't think they were so bad to make playing through the game unbearable, as so many people seem to think, especially since you don't have to replay the whole game to get to good stages, thanks to stage select.
My favorite 2D Sonic game. It's so bright and has a catchy theme song. I didn't find it as frustrating as other 2D Sonic games. And the time traveling aspect was so crazy.
Didn't get this till it was out on the Virtual Console. Was put off a bit by the difficulty at first, but still liked it. Then I saw the Angry Video Game Nerd's bit on it, and my opinion of it sored. Still only beat Dracula the cheap way :(
Rented this when I was younger, but didn't actually own it till it came out on Virtual Console. Thought it was cool then, but I wasn't skilled enough to really do anything in it. Now I appreciate all the different moves you can perform and the fact that you can get so many power ups early by wall jumping.
Funniest game ever, at least if you're a raging Nintendo fan. Pretty sure it'd be hilarious anyway, so long as you don't revile Mario. Also really fun game play.
I mistook Kirby's Dreamland 3 for this when I asked for it for Christmas when I was younger. I liked that game; I loved this one. Of course, I didn't get it till it came out for the DS. I wish all the Kirby games had multiple special actions for each power. I think there should be a Bayonetta style Kirby game, in fact.
Another game I didn't know the name of when I was younger and ended up asking for the wrong one, only for my birthday. I'll just say this is a much better game than Aero Gauge, and that Aero Gauge would have been great if they had just done more with it.
The first one was great; this one was greater. Only thing it didn't improve on was the equivalent of the Coliseum matches
Love to sneak around in the jungle. Love The End.
I think I like this better than 3, but I still haven't gotten the chance to play through all of it on my own. Took turns playing through with a friend my first time.
Beautiful. Funny. Good controls. I even really enjoy the online mode, and I typically hate shooting games; granted those are usually FPS games.
Played through this with a friend. Apparently I suck at it, since he had to keep giving me tips. Still loved it.
Great Characters, story, and game play; great, Innovative game play.
I really haven't gotten far in this, but I have a feeling it'll stay awesome when I finally get the chance to play it again. And I still really want to play it, despite how many things I've had spoiled for me.
I prefer this to all the other Mario Karts. The driving mechanics in Mario Kart games have always been easy to pick up, but the driving mechanics in this game really clicked with me. I could do well on my own, but having a friend as a gunner made it easier to really focus on driving.
The Subspace Emissary could've been better in terms of game play, but the cutscenes were great, which made playing through all the more enjoyable. The only aspect of the game I feel is actually deserving of people's hatred is tripping. Damn tripping. Damn it to hell
Also, I really enjoy the fact that I can actually beat my friends in it. So what if I use Ike? I use him well.
I never thought this would be one of my favorite games of all time, but damn; once you get used to the controls, playing it feels great. I was kinda let down by the lack of the many of the motion controls I expected in it, but 3 did that part right it seems. Just haven't convinced myself to get it.
I could say more than this, but: Ball & Chain. Oh, and Spinner. That is all.
I hadn't played a Rayman game before a friend got me this for my birthday, but I fell in love with this game instantly. It has tons of levels that can be charming or creepy, and there's a good variety of game play. This game also does thing the other Rayman games don't: Rayman shoots energy balls and can ride walking shells.
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