Every Game I've Ever Finished
Accurate count: 636
Accurate count: 636
The first Zelda game I played. Yeah, I got into gaming late. That doesn't stop this game from being awesome.
The first top-down Zelda game I had played in a while, I wouldn't really say that Phantom Hourglass was great. That's not to say that it was a disappointment either, as it was still a good game, but it didn't have the same feel as the classic games. Maybe I don't like touch-screens.
I played through this on the Wii, and it is definitely a great game. Maybe a little short, maybe a little easy, but a fantastic game with only a few flaws.
The second Kid Icarus game isn't near as fun as its predecessor, but it's still a great game. It struggles on a smaller screen (making it a whole lot more difficult), but the aspects that it carries over from Kid Icarus makes it more Kid Icarus... and that's not a bad thing.
Probably one of the more obscure games that I have played through, Famicom Tantei Club Part II is also one of my favorites. I love point-and-click adventure games with good stories and characters, and this one definitely has that. I'm thankful that Demiforce and Tomato took the time to translate this into English!
An amazing game, no doubt, this game would have been MUCH MUCH better had I not played the first Super Mario Galaxy first. Having played that game first, Galaxy 2 was just that... more Mario Galaxy. I really wish I would've played this game first, as I would've loved it a whole lot more.
I enjoyed this action game quite a bit. It has some pretty unique concepts, like a grappling hook and a cool leveled weaponry system. The game isn't too long, but it was unfortunately overlooked by many gamers. If you have a chance, I highly suggest checking this game out.
Probably my favorite Zelda game, this was the first form I played A Link to the Past in. I can't say which version I liked best, but A Link to the Past is undoubtedly an amazing game.
The GBA version is equally awesome and just as enjoyable as the original game. Not much more to say about it.
The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords:
Four Swords is an awesome multiplayer game. Loved playing this with my friend. We finished it fairly quickly, but it is still a fairly memorable game.
Nothing much more can be said about this timeless classic!
Fun with friends, especially when betrayal is involved.
Probably my favorite of the Super Mario games. Great music, great graphics, great gameplay... the trifecta!
A fantastic single and multiplayer experience. Great way to introduce Mario to a new generation of gamers.
Yoshi's Island is a good game no matter what platform it's played on.
Glorified flash game, I wouldn't recommend it.
Even though I beat the two Dungeons & Dragons beat-em-ups out of order, it didn't really lessen the greatness of the first game. They're both incredible games, it's just that Shadow Over Mystara really refines the gameplay introduced in this game. I highly recommend both games.
SNES version: My favorite game of all time, I first played through this game (emulated) on the SNES. Without a doubt, one of the most technically impressive (in terms of both sound and graphics) SNES games, coupled with an incredibly engaging story and endearing characters. This is an amazing game.
DS version: The DS version is probably the best version to play, not due to merely issues of price. This version has all of the features of the PlayStation version, plus more.
PS version: If you're going to play Chrono Trigger, don't play it on the PlayStation. The loading times absolutely cripple this game. Extras are cool, though.
Basically Metal Slug in a top-down perspective, Shock Troopers is just crazy shoot-em-up action. Colorful sprites, great music and sound effects, and superb gameplay make this a must have Neo Geo game.
An absolutely bizarre shooter from Cave... well, that's a shocker. This game is completely insane, with bosses ranging from a spider-cat hybrid to a giant demon baby that vomits up a lady who ends up being possessed by a ghost... yeah, I was confused too.
Probably one of the best games available on the Xbox Live Indies, Protect Me Knight is a great little action-RPG from Ancient. With quirky Engrish, Famicom style graphics, and music from Yuzo Koshiro, this isn't just your typical Indie Game.
NES and arcade versions
Picked up Big Bang Mini as entertainment for a plane ride, and this game proved to be a unique shooter. Coming from Arkedo, developers of the brilliant Xbox Live Indie Games (Arkedo Series), this game is around $10 new, so I highly suggest it for any DS owner.
One of few 1942 games that I've played through, 19XX is one of the best. It's a fairly standard vertically scrolling shooter, but its bosses and style are what make it interesting.
For a while, Super Mario Bros. 2 was one of the few Mario games that I'd never completed, so I recently went back and showed Wart what's what of Subcon. Despite being the black sheep of the Mario series, this game is still great, although I probably didn't have to tell you that.
SNES and Game Boy versions
One of my lesser favorite Mega Man games, Mega Man 5 ranks slightly above Mega Man 3 in my ranking scale of the original six. That's not to say that Mega Man 5 is bad, it's just that this game didn't add much beyond "new robot masters GO!"
Finished all of the missions in the game, and then started over, so I guess I can count this as complete!
I've spent a looooot of time with this one, so I'm just going to count it as complete, since it can't technically be completed.
A great old school classic, Ninja Gaiden III is probably the weakest of the original Ninja Gaiden trilogy. There are a few improvements over the previous two games, but there are some removals too, like items and moves from Ninja Gaiden II. Despite that, Ninja Gaiden III is still a lot of fun to play through, even to this day.
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