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    Favorite Video Game(s)

    What is/are your favorite video game(s)? they can be on any console, online or not. Just want to see people's favorites.

    Personally, my favorite are:

    Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (N64)

    Star Wars Galaxies (online) (PC)

    Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening (GameBoy)

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    Warcraft 3
    Starcraft
    All of the Zelda games are awesome
    Wolfenstein: Enemy Territory
    Basically any WW2 first person shooter
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    Everquest
    Delta Force II
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    Kill.Switch
    Medievel total war
    I'll have more later...
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    A classic would be the old pitfall on the Atari.

    Metroid was a great game for the NES as was Contra.

    When I rate games until PS1 IŽd say that all the Konami Games for the NES and SNES were fantastic.

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    Perfect Dark for 64 was the best... I'd really like them make a newer one.
    Just started Final Fantasy Ten... Never played a FF game before.
    Diablo II expansion is alrght.
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    I really don't have much patience for video games but I do enjoy the occasional bout of Snood.

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    Alpha Centaury (they just need to upgrade their AI)

    Civilization (Not as good a graphics setup as Alpha Centary and a bit more linear, more predictable)

    Age of Empires derivations (For the continuous game, rather than turn-based as the above)

    (The above are all strategy games, which gives a lot more flexibility and personal touch to a game than just the shoot-them-up linear games.)

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    Quote Originally Posted by carla5010
    Alpha Centaury (they just need to upgrade their AI)

    Civilization (Not as good a graphics setup as Alpha Centary and a bit more linear, more predictable)

    Age of Empires derivations (For the continuous game, rather than turn-based as the above)

    (The above are all strategy games, which gives a lot more flexibility and personal touch to a game than just the shoot-them-up linear games.)
    Have you tried Rise of Nations yet? it has A little Risk, a little Ages of Empire, and a little Civilization in it. I like it...
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    Perfect Dark is my favorite.
    Next is Timesplitters 2.
    Following that is the Lord of the Rings by Interplay.
    And then all the final fantasies.
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    OK let me lay it on you guys
    Perfectdark was ok but i never understood it...
    Link is the best. Any of those game's of his execpt Wind Waker
    all the ff games are good you should try the best out of them all which is ff7
    the graphics are not the best but the story is great
    Time spliters is good. Personaly the game play is to fast for my style
    Kill switch I dont know, I only played a demo of it.
    Is it worth getting?
    Warcraft was good and so was Starcraft but I'm not much into the mostly mouse click on everthing games.
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    OK I KNOW THAT PEOPLE ARE READING THIS WHY AREN'T YOU REPLIEING AM I THE ONLY GAMER/ANIME FAN


    hmm maybr I am..
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    Best Games? Hmm, by system I think it would have to fall like this:
    (I realize many of these games were originally arcade, but Im listing them as they come to mind)
    NES: Kirby's Dreamland, Megaman 2 or 3, and FFII
    SNES: Zelda: Link to the Past (This game never gets old), Chronotrigger, Ogrebattle, Super Metroid, Sunset Riders, Super Mario RPG, Killer Instinct, and UMK3.
    N64: (this system really blows) Goldeneye, i guess
    PSX: FF7 and Rival Schools
    PS2: Soul Caliber II and FFX
    Arcade: Marvel Super Heroes (and any of the "vs." fighting game franchise esp. Marvel Super Heroes vs. Street Fighter), DDR, and the Metal Slug Series.
    PC: Lemmings, Space Quest Series, Kings Quest Series, Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, Prisoner of Ice, Broken Sword I and II, Return to Zork, original Doom and Quake, and The Incredible Machine (I know I'm an adventure freak and that most of these games date back 5-10 years).
    If I think of any more, I'll post them.
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    Post Best PC game.

    My best game on the computer would have to be either Star Wars Force Commander or X-Wing Alliance. Both fairly old games, I know - but they are still very fun to play. Both games are multi-player and can be played on-line - if you have quite a lot of money. I sometimes play X-Wing Alliance on the network against my friends to whom I slaughter.

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