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What is the greatest game ever made?

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MakeItCheap wrote:
Feb 22nd, 2016 12:53 pm
Arcade - Double Dragon, Wonder boy & Super Sprint
Those are definitely some classics that sucked a few of my quarters.
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I can still play this game today and enjoy it. Multiplayer is so fun.
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Half Life and its Spawns (CS specifically).

Warcraft and its spawns.

GTA series.

smash bros. goldeneye.
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Final Fantasy VII for me

It was just so good for its time. I still remember the first time I played it. In total I easily sunk over 150 hours into it.
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Xcom : Enemy Within for me, it was such a replayable game, such depth.. first real sandbox game and so many different ways to play

Just seemed to tick all the boxes. After a whole raft of sequels which tried to be different they basically reincorporated the same game mechanics into the recent Xcom - and it was a hit

If I was stuck in prison, with one game to play the rest of my life, that'd be it
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Eternal darkness for gamecube, I remember freaking out cause the game had crashed but it was just one of many mind tricks.
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Uncharted 2
Resident Evil 4
Metroid Prime
GTA Vice City
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For me, it's a tie between Super Mario RPG on the SNEs and Zelda OOT on the N64. My 2 favorite games of all time.
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Would have to be:

GTA 3: Sleeper of a game and was easily one of the best and most interesting games on it's release
FF7: Classic and still have the Brady Games strategy guide to this day....
Ocarina of Time: Surprised not many people mentioned this game. Need to buy another N64 just to play it again (hate it on PC)
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bartium wrote:
May 25th, 2016 2:29 pm
Final Fantasy VII for me

It was just so good for its time. I still remember the first time I played it. In total I easily sunk over 150 hours into it.
This...by far the best game I ever played...story, game play and just getting "lost" in the game were unreal!
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