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Im quite amazed how great of a list they were able to put together. Most fantasy lists pale in comparison honestly. Only a few questionable decisions like Simon's Quest over CV3 and lack of Ng2 and 3 in place of a couple odd choices like Pacman..... but I guess they went for variety. Overall that list is solid as hell though, makes me super excited for a possible SNES release.

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Ive played a lot of MMOs but none had the pure detail, memorable npcs and seemless world or constant stream of content than WoW had in its prime. It's the first MMO that truly felt like another world for me. Then you had the combat.....it was and somehow STILL is the most fluid MMO ive ever played. I can't name one other game in existence that still had the most fluent combat in its genre 10 years later. It's the first MMO that truly felt like another world for me. I would say DAOC, SWG and SWTOR are my runners up but really nothing is in the same league as WoW. I know you guys are going to laugh at swtor but a fully voiced MMO...don't forget lightsabers...and the end game wasn't really as bad as people made out, the pvp side especially was better than most.

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Personally ive been calling them Peanuts, ever since gamestop introduced the trade and "save" scheme.

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#4  Edited By Juzie

Some of the best pure roleplaying experiences ive ever had, so much freedom, so many different ways to approach and complete quests, so many choices to make and you can create pretty deep character personalities with all the dialogue options given. Not many top it even today. However if you want to go in and explore a wasteland, shoot up some super mutants and find awesome loots you will be very disappointed. The combat in the first fallouts is the worst part of the game and the way exploration works is a whole lot different as well.

So as weird as it sounds, if you want to get into these games, don't go in expecting to play what you define as a fallout game. Expect more focus on a pure roleplaying experience with combat being something added onto the game as something extra to keep you occupied. They absolutely do hold up, but they aren't for everybody...and that includes fans of the later games.

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#5  Edited By Juzie

The Witcher 3>Splatoon>Pillars of Eternity>Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate>The Talos Principle are my top 5.

Honorable mentions to Bloodborne and Ori and the Blind Forest.

I expect a lot to change by the end of the year though.

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So in a very subtle format, we learn in this scene that the main protagonist is not a vegan.

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Playstation exclusives are generic and mediocre.

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Good tasting alcohol costs money. That or you drink the stuff that has basically no alcohol in it.

If you really want to get drunk, you'll get used too it. Getting drunk occasionally is pretty fun, not sure why all the negativity. Even if getting high is better, that's the kind of thing you do on a chill out night. On a party night, getting high is awful.

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None, playing a game when it's still relatively fresh in my mind is a big no for me, I can just remember everything too well and get bored an hour or so in. I have a few games I play about every 5 years or so though.