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Re: The Greatest Games Of All Time

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2015 5:55 am
by David
Not in numerical order, as its impossible, but these are the ten that I have spent most time on over the years, which I guess makes them my favourites

Fire pro wrestling d - dreamcast
Super Mario world - snes
Zelda a link to the past - snes
Mortal kombat 2 - megadrive
Man Utd premier league champions - cd32
Sensible soccer - megadrive
The punisher - arcade
Windjammers - neo geo
Resident evil 4 - gamecube
Pirates! Gold - cd32

Re: The Greatest Games Of All Time

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2015 8:11 am
by Sel Feena
Super Mario World
Sonic 3 & Knuckles
Bomberman
Gauntlet 2
Shining Force 2
Disgaea 2
Project Mirai 2
Armed Police Batrider
Dragons Dogma
Morrowind

But as others have said, ask me a couple of days from now and that list would be completely different

Re: The Greatest Games Of All Time

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2015 10:27 am
by rocky1980
So this was really really hard

1. Frontier Elite 2
2. Fallout 2
3. Fallout 3
4. Monkey Island
5. The Dig
6. Dune
7. Dune 2: The Battle for Arrakis
8. Civilization
9. Dawn of War
10. Push Over

Re: The Greatest Games Of All Time

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2015 11:05 am
by Scratch_Porkings
I keep seeing games I forgot in this thread, then changing my mind. nightmare.

Re: The Greatest Games Of All Time

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2015 11:13 am
by sscott
An uninspired list from me! (mainly)

Ocarina of Time
Dungeon Master (ST)
Stunt Car Racer (ST)
Mr. Do!
Zybex (Atari 8bit)
New Tomb Raider
Wave Race 64
Bounty Bob Strikes Back
Half Life 2
Wii Sports



How many is that?

Edited down to 10.

Re: The Greatest Games Of All Time

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2015 1:05 pm
by PanzerGeneral
Elite
Civilisation, test of time
Panzer General II
Championship Manager 2
Robotron 2084
Terra Cresta

Re: The Greatest Games Of All Time

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2015 1:06 pm
by ncf1
dammit you guys.. all this talk about Wii Sports being so great, and me loving sports games and never having tried it.. well now I've gone and bought myself a Wii just to experience it, THANKS A BUNCH! You think I don't have better things to do??!

No really, I cant wait. ;)

Re: The Greatest Games Of All Time

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2015 1:29 pm
by Sel Feena
^ Bought a modded Wii just for Muramasa, and I'm really happy with how many other great games are available for it.

Re: The Greatest Games Of All Time

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2015 7:26 pm
by BellyFullOfHell
I can't do it in order of preference, impossible, but:

F-Zero GX
Dark Souls
OutRunners
Mushihimesame Futari
Super Mario World
Street Fighter 2 Turbo
Spelunky
Ghosts n Goblins
Wave Race 64
Deus Ex

Re: The Greatest Games Of All Time

Posted: Sat Jan 17, 2015 9:21 pm
by Space_turnip
In no Particular order, all time list:

Chaos (Spectrum)
Micro Machines 96 (Mega Drive)
Sonic 2 (Mega Drive)
Shenmue (Dreamcast)
Tony Hawks 3
Alpha Centauri (PC)
Half Life 2 (PC)
Rallisport Challenge 2 (Xbox)
Skyrim
Shadow of Mordor (too new perhaps?)

Re: The Greatest Games Of All Time

Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2015 10:06 am
by sscott
ncf1 wrote:dammit you guys.. all this talk about Wii Sports being so great, and me loving sports games and never having tried it.. well now I've gone and bought myself a Wii just to experience it, THANKS A BUNCH! You think I don't have better things to do??!

No really, I cant wait. ;)
Try Wii Sports Resort, just for the table tennis. amazing!

Re: The Greatest Games Of All Time

Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2015 10:23 am
by David
Amazing how different everyone's choices are isn't it? There's games in peoples all time faves list that I have never played, and some I haven't even heard of

Re: The Greatest Games Of All Time

Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2015 10:47 am
by LAIS
1. Final Fantasy VII - There's only one game I revisit on a near yearly basis, a game that invokes as much emotion now as it did the first time I played it...Final Fantasy VII. And that's why it's my favourite game ever.

2. Fallout 3 - The first time you step out into The Capital Wasteland, and you realise just how vast the world is...wow. I got this game at the same time as my uni flatmate, and we both started our journeys in a completely different way. I found Big Town, he found Megaton. Two people could play this game and have completely different experiences. Brilliant.

3. The Secret of Monkey Island - A lot of people seem to prefer the sequel. I don't. I played this when I was fairly young, and I'm not sure how (considering how obscure some of the puzzle solutions are) but I managed to complete it. I guess I was motivated to take the trial and error route because the story was so captivating and funny. A true classic.

4. Final Fantasy IX - I didn't really like this first time I played it, but it's a game I've appreciated more with age. One of the most imaginative Final Fantasy games ever. And maybe they used all their imagination up in this one, because it was all downhill from here for the franchise.

5. The Witcher 3 - An edit for when this is eventually tallied up. The best game of the current generation so far by my estimation.

6. Pokemon Red & Blue - Diamond and Pearl are probably my favourite Pokemon games, but on a list like this I think it makes sense to go with the installments that started it all. Between each version of Pokemon I must have given more than a thousand hours of my life...crazy.

7. Super Mario 64 - This game hasn't aged a bit. Heck, I doubt it ever will. It's had so many imitators it SHOULD feel dated, but it just doesn't. Creative and groundbreaking, even today.

8. Sonic 3 & Knuckles - The best Sonic game ever. Seems to be a lot of hatred towards Tails and Knuckles these days, but I found them much more enjoyable to play as than Sonic himself. Each brought an interesting dynamic to this game, and gave it plenty of replay value.

9. The Walking Dead Season 1 - Draining, emotional and heartbreaking. Groundbreaking in providing the template for the modern adventure game.

10. Xenoblade Chronicles - The Wii has far more classics on it than it's given credit for, and this is certainly one of them. This is the kind of game the modern Final Fantasy should aspire to be.

Re: The Greatest Games Of All Time

Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2015 11:04 am
by ncf1
sscott wrote:
ncf1 wrote:dammit you guys.. all this talk about Wii Sports being so great, and me loving sports games and never having tried it.. well now I've gone and bought myself a Wii just to experience it, THANKS A BUNCH! You think I don't have better things to do??!

No really, I cant wait. ;)
Try Wii Sports Resort, just for the table tennis. amazing!
that will likely be one of the very first titles I will be hunting down, in rather aggressive fashion. I've only just seen how many sports titles there are in particular, I think for me 2015 will be Year of The Wii.

Re: The Greatest Games Of All Time

Posted: Sun Jan 18, 2015 11:44 am
by sirclive1
Always a bit of fun these lists - the consoles etc are just the versions i played the most

1) The lords of midnight - zx spectrum
2) Sensible world of soccer - amiga
3) Speedball 2 - amiga/ megadrive
4) Mr Do ! - arcade
5) Mass effect 2 - Xbox 360
6) Championship Manager 02/03 - Xbox
7) Jet Set Willy - zx spectrum
8) Match Day 2 - zx spectrum
9) Pga European Tour Golf - Megadrive
10) Micro Machines - Megadrive