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Re: Your one favourite game. Any format. Ever.

Posted: Sun Mar 23, 2014 1:11 pm
by Sephiroth81
outdated_gamer wrote:
How can a subjective opinion about which game is better be wrong? :wink:

I consider SMB.3 to be better than SMW too. :wink:
Because they just CAN! I genuinely thought "Iznogoud" was some sort of April fools joke, sadly its a real game.

SMB3 is pretty great - I think with the 16 bit polish of SMB3 in Mario All Stars, for me its equally as good as SMW.

I find playing the NES version a bit of a mess though, which I'm sure just saying this is probably blasphemous, and punishable by death.

Re: Your one favourite game. Any format. Ever.

Posted: Sun Mar 23, 2014 1:20 pm
by ncf1
Wow.. The Last Of Us has been mentioned a bit now which has surprised me a bit.. guess I will have to give it another chance, I played it, was definitely blown away by the atmosphere and graphics but I will admit I didn't give it a big chance. I had gotten Beyond Two Souls that same week and even more stuff on PC.

Also Super Mario Galaxy 2 (I think it was 2 that received 100%), now that has to be changed in a future RG issue because NO DAMN WAY that game deserves 100%, too many frustrating jumpy bits, just putting that out there because it needs to be rectified otherwise I cant sleep these days*

*yes, I can.

Re: Your one favourite game. Any format. Ever.

Posted: Sun Mar 23, 2014 4:54 pm
by nakamura
Final Fantasy XII.

It redefined offline RPG's and did it years before Xenoblade apparently did. The most incredible game world ever created and nice to see a Final Fantasy game without teenage angst, not that I am against that as I love FFVIII.

Re: Your one favourite game. Any format. Ever.

Posted: Sun Mar 23, 2014 9:18 pm
by Dreamer
It was a throw up between DOOM and DOOM II for me. I'll go with DOOM II due to the almost endless amount of user made content for that game.

Here's some screens of one of the few maps that i ever bothered to finish:

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Yes that's a clown. No I'm not Crusty :lol:
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Every time i come here i always seem to spam images :oops:

A few honorable mentions:

Fallout 3

Streets of Rage 2

Quake

Re: Your one favourite game. Any format. Ever.

Posted: Sun Mar 23, 2014 10:20 pm
by Gibberish Driftwood
Dreamer wrote:It was a throw up between DOOM and DOOM II for me. I'll go with DOOM II due to the almost endless amount of user made content for that game.

Here's some screens of one of the few maps that i ever bothered to finish:
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What film is this?
Looks icky, almost Croneberg-esque.

Re: Your one favourite game. Any format. Ever.

Posted: Sun Mar 23, 2014 11:56 pm
by van
i never expeienced the full potential of doom II, but it always intrigued me.

as for me...Cosmic Fantasy 2 on TG16.

Re: Your one favourite game. Any format. Ever.

Posted: Mon Mar 24, 2014 9:21 am
by stayAwhile
you know in the excitment i forgot did you shoot 5 rounds or 6? ... right down to buisness one game ... no wait THE GAME ... Super Mario Bros. on the NES, need I say any more, ok then I will endless fun for everyone the best of the whole series for music , game play, graphics(in all their 8 bit glory) and replay value.

also it's worth noting no SMB no Galaxy or New SMB. :shock:

Re: Your one favourite game. Any format. Ever.

Posted: Mon Mar 24, 2014 11:54 am
by SuperFamiKing
Amiga - Kick off 2 Could play that forever and not get bored (as long as i had a quickjoy jetfighter joystick)

Re: Your one favourite game. Any format. Ever.

Posted: Tue Mar 25, 2014 10:30 am
by thebear
so many mentioned and some not came close (Morrowind, Fallout 3, SMW, Kick Off, Panzer General, C&C, Wow, FFVII) but right now, gut instinct, if I could repeat any game playing experience I'd be hoping into the cockpit of an x-wing in Star Wars arcade

Re: Your one favourite game. Any format. Ever.

Posted: Tue Mar 25, 2014 10:36 am
by stayAwhile
SuperFamiKing wrote:Amiga - Kick off 2 Could play that forever and not get bored (as long as i had a quickjoy jetfighter joystick)

See for me the amiga game enjoyment all depends on the choice of joystick for me it was the cheetah range of joysticks.

Re: Your one favourite game. Any format. Ever.

Posted: Tue Mar 25, 2014 4:00 pm
by crotea
Persona 4 golden or Oblivion... Or Final Fantasy 7, or 9, maybe donkey kong, ooh nearly forgot about Chrono trigger, plus you gotta have mega man 2, what about Fallout 3...

Damn this question is unfair :P

Re: Your one favourite game. Any format. Ever.

Posted: Tue Mar 25, 2014 4:27 pm
by Mentski
Gibberish Driftwood wrote: What film is this?
Looks icky, almost Croneberg-esque.
I'd recognise that anywhere. It's The first Guyver movie, AKA Mutronics: The Movie in the UK.

Believe it or not that creature is Mark Hamill.

Re: Your one favourite game. Any format. Ever.

Posted: Tue Mar 25, 2014 4:41 pm
by Sputryk
stayAwhile wrote:
SuperFamiKing wrote:Amiga - Kick off 2 Could play that forever and not get bored (as long as i had a quickjoy jetfighter joystick)

See for me the amiga game enjoyment all depends on the choice of joystick for me it was the cheetah range of joysticks.
Nah. Kempston Competition Pro 5000, hands down. And it's SWOS not KO2. Sheesh! :wink: :mrgreen:

Re: Your one favourite game. Any format. Ever.

Posted: Tue Mar 25, 2014 8:16 pm
by ncf1
crotea wrote:Damn this question is unfair :P
Too right it is! But look on the bright side : should you ever come to be in a position at some point in the rest of your life whereby someone holds a gun to your head and demands to know what your favourite game on any system or console is, ever, you will at least have the answer! And live!

So I would take it seriously. Very, very seriously.

:wink: :roll:

Re: Your one favourite game. Any format. Ever.

Posted: Tue Mar 25, 2014 8:28 pm
by Gibberish Driftwood
Mentski wrote:
Gibberish Driftwood wrote: What film is this?
Looks icky, almost Croneberg-esque.
I'd recognise that anywhere. It's The first Guyver movie, AKA Mutronics: The Movie in the UK.

Believe it or not that creature is Mark Hamill.
Sweet. I gotta get my hands on that film.
Thanks.