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Top Ten Current Generation Favorites.

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  • The 1st Ninja Gaiden Sigma was the reason I purchased my PS3. Sadly though it wasn't as perfect and fullfilling as my experience with Ninja Gaiden: Black for the Xbox (which was also the game that made me buy an Xbox before). Upon hearing Ninja Gaiden 2's exclusive release for the X360 I almost regretted buying my PS3 until this released. Though not as perfect as Ninja Gaiden: Black it still stands as one of my most beloved games for my PS3 which I will continually come back to everytime.

  • In January 11, 2005 Shinji Mikami created his masterpiece with Resident Evil 4 which became the biggest influence of the decade in 3rd person shooters. So many games soon adopted Resident Evil 4's 3rd person format and became the standard of today's 3rd person shooters. Today in 2010 he returns to create another masterpiece by refining his shooter concept once again by adding an even more stylish feature which now makes me wish I could do such when playing other 3rd person shooters from now on. Games like these are great reasons to have a console.

  • The last time I ever laid my hands on this franchise was back in 1999 when Alpha 3 released. I never went for the sudden craze for 3rd Strike probably due to the lack of really interesting characters in the roster. Then finally came the return with Street Fighter 4 but somehow fell short with a mix of incredibly unbalanced characters which almost marred my image of Capcom's ability to take back the fighting game throne. Then came this shortly after.

    Somehow I can never understand why this one was a day one purchase despite me not liking its vanilla version and I have no regrets making the purchase as now my old love for the franchise since 1999 has finally rejuvinated.

  • Being a fan of the novel "A Roadside Picnic" by Arkady & Boris Strugatsky, this game got my attention eversince I heard about its development. Although it took 5 years to develop, it released soon after with numerous bugs that almost marred the game. However the bugs did not stop me from exploring the Zone and boy did I cherish every moment of it.

    Never before was I intrigued to keep exploring especially the dark for anomalous artifacts in exchange for cash which, made me really relive the life of the S.T.A.L.K.E.R. should such thing really happen in the Zone of Exclusion found in Ukraine.

  • Back in 1997 & 1998 Fallout became my RPG of choice as it gave me an experience I can never forget exploring the wasteland and changing how things end. My excitement stirred as soon as I heard about Fallout 3's development even if its now on different hands. However Fallout 3 somehow failed to deliver the same fond and addictive experience I've had with its predecessors due to it's weak story telling and quest placements. Then came New Vegas which is back at the hands of the original developers of Fallout 2. That news is incredibly refreshing to hear since much of the brilliant lore of the Fallout franchise was written by the people in Obsidian Entertainment, primarily Chris Avellone who wrote the Fallout Bible. This Fallout is what I would consider "the real" Fallout 3 as it is thoroughly canon to the same Fallout franchise I knew and loved from its beginnings.

  • This is the game that officially replaced my love for Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare. Though not as big and thorough as Battlefield 2, it still delivers the same fun experience I've had online in years.

  • Hearing about another Castlevania game in 3D neither excited me nor made me ignore it until I finally saw the E3 trailer in 2009. It literally surprised me and raised my hopes for 2010 to come immediately as I also learned of Hideo Kojima's involvement with its development. Though I was disappointed with how Metal Gear Solid 4 turned out to be, I could not simply turn a blind eye to this title as its trailer was just downright epic along with famous icons like Patrick Stewart and such lending their talents to create a new face to the franchise. Then when I finally got my hands to it, It truly is a worthy addition to the Castlevania franchise and it being the 1st 3D Castlevania finally worth playing after several horrid attempts to modernize the franchise.

    Oh and I must mention I played this during Halloween so I guess it was an epic way to celebrate it with bashing lycanthropes and vampires.

  • It was just a routine to at least play a few online games every night coming home from work to complete the day. Add in the fact I also made new friends online from this game with a solid community this revived that feeling eversince my last habit in 2005 with Battlefield 2.

  • This game really caught me by surprise. Its one of those games where it's incredibly rewarding to try new games out and boy I hadn't had fun with survival horror as much as this since Resident Evil 4. Never did I also imagine that such premium quality survival horror would even come from EA, which has now restored my faith in them thanks to this game.

  • Hard challenge from an RPG was a big rarity back then. This game almost escaped me just when I was about to give up on finding new titles for my PS3 but then constant recommendations from friends drew me to check this title out then soon afterwards I found myself surprisingly playing it till the hours past midnight during the weekdays. Finally another title to justify my purchase of my PS3 and yes the difficulty never put me off despite dying countless times for the 1st playthrough and also being bullied by some invaders online which changed my multiplayer experience for the RPG genre. Eversince my PS3 finally stopped eating dirt.