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Old 2004-12-16, 18:45   Link #21
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PC - Starcraft. Though I haven't completed it yet...

XBOX - Star Wars KOTOR. My favorite RPG.

GBA - So far Advanced Wars 2. But I need to play a lot more GBA games even though it's my favorite system.

PS2 - Disgaea and Metal Gear Solid 2 are great. Virtua Fighter 4 Evolution is also a great game and the best fighitng game. But really there isn't 1 game to rule them all for this system...
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Old 2004-12-16, 22:26   Link #22
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I nominate Artificial Girl 2 as the game that rules them all.


That's a scary nomination. ^^:
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Old 2004-12-16, 23:18   Link #23
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how can you say that Melee was better than the original. they nerfed fox so hard!

Super Nintendo- supermario world
N64- edit i take it back. zelda 64, ocarina of time takes the cake.
Gamecube- Super monkey ball, SSBMelee isnt all that great. first was better.
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  • RTS: Starcraft
  • MMORPG: Ragnarok Online.
  • 2player: Leiro 1.33
  • 3PS: Oni
Xbox/Ps2- never played ps2, sucked ass at xbox, not gonna pass judgement on those.

oh man. SSB was revolutionary.
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Old 2004-12-17, 06:07   Link #24
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Best ever game imo, I have ever played: Fallout 2. I can't remember the last time I've ever had fun repeating the same aspects of the game.

In Catagory:
PC: Fallout 2 (Of course)
SEGA Genesis: A tie between Phantasy 4, Sonic 2 Streets of Rage 3, General Chaos, Mutant League Hockey and Football
SEGA CD: A tie with Lunar:SS/EB, Double Switch, Night Trap, Masked Rider, and Eternal Champions.
SNES: A tie Super Mario All Stars, Chrono Trigger, Zelda: Link to the past, Earthbound and 7th Saga.
PSX: This was a really hard one... tie between Tekken 1-3, Resident Evil, Lunar remakes, MGS, FFT, Warhawk, Suikoden 1-2 and Tobal No.2
PS2: Tie with FFX, Disgaea, Kingdom Hearts, Sly 2: Band of Thieves, Mark of Creed, and Soul Calibur 2.
DC:Jet Grind, Soul Calibur, Shenmue and Ikaruga
GBA: Kingdom Hearts: Chains of Memories.
XBOX: Burnout 3, and Prince of Persia 2: Warrior Within.

Hard for me to pick absolute favorites, as you can see.
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Old 2004-12-17, 06:15   Link #25
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Dc- Ikaruga!!!!!!!!
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Old 2004-12-17, 08:02   Link #26
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NES - Super Mario 3. Classic. The most fun Mario game for me.
Gameboy - Tetris. Yup, the one and only defining game to rule all portables. Hours upon hours wasted and still as addictive as ever.
SNES - Final Fantasy III (US) / VI (JP). Chrono Trigger was excellent but for me FFVI took the cake, simply because the gameplay is so fun, and the story so epic. FFVI is my all-time favorite of the FF series.
PS1 - Dance Dance Revolution. Sorry, but I'm a DDR junkie. Besides that, I think Final Fantasy VII is one of the main reasons why I bought a PS in the first place, and I'm sure others can relate to that as well.
PC - Quake. Half-Life may have ruled but really Quake is one of the originators of all the innovations FPS gaming could ever make. It has one of the first fully 3D FPS engines, plus even up to today the engine is still being used in modern games. Plus all the mods ensure endless fun, too.
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Old 2004-12-17, 10:05   Link #27
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what is fallout's premise? nuclear winter?

i played a demo of the game and it seemed confusing. cant say i didnt like it, because i didnt play the actual game, ,,, wait. i played the first fallout demo.

what makes fallout tick?
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Old 2004-12-19, 02:37   Link #28
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what is fallout's premise? nuclear winter?

i played a demo of the game and it seemed confusing. cant say i didnt like it, because i didnt play the actual game, ,,, wait. i played the first fallout demo.

what makes fallout tick?
Premise behind the story - During time of nuclear unrest underground bunkers known as Vaults were built, each Vault had an E.D.E.N. Kit, which basically meant in case of a nuclear winter people within the Vaults can comeback to the surface and basically start civilization over. You play as the Chosen member of your Vault, Vault 13. Your tribe is dying and you need to locate your missing E.D.E.N. Kit and save the day.

Fallout 2 is a vast improvement from the first game, which is why I loved FO2 since its actually a worthy sequel. But FO2 is actually one of those few games thats actually meant to be fun. I know in general all games are suppose to be entertaining, and I enjoy serious/dramatic games as much as the next guy, but sometimes I just want to have fun, while doing what I need to do, and FO2 is that kind of game. It pokes fun at itself and cliche after cliche while at the sametime being totally different and has a story that keeps you going.

FO2 in general is an RPG verison of GTA, years and years before GTA was even a thought. The thing that makes FO2 so great, is you can literally do anything, attack anyone, do certain aspects in a totally different manner then previously, even become a pornstar. Everything you do could comeback and haunt you. For example, if you go into a town and start killing random people, you'll get a title and your "popularity" will get so low where ever you go people will run from you and you can't finish the main story.

The inside jokes are another thing that makes this game pure gold, whenever you're traveling from location to location you have a chance for "special" encounters, theres even skills and abilities specifically meant to trigger these events. One event is a place called "Cafe of Broken Dreams" where FO2 character models reject all sit around and bitch. Saying stuff like "I didn't even make it out of beta..." and other funny comments. Another is where you run into a nuclear dumping grounds and you see a dog named Lucky who actually joins your party. He is not lucky, but the opposite, he causes critical failures all over the place. Only way to get rid of him is to kill him, and I think he has like 500k hitpoints, he caused a critical failure so bad on my fighter that his head literally exploded. I don't know if ever saw this episode of Star Trek but its one of those episodes everyone seems to know. The episode where Capt. Kirk and a few others crashed their shuttles, and they have to defend themselves for awhile while the Enterprise gets to them or something. Well you see the crash site along with a bunch of red shirts all over the ground.

The game has lot of small fun tidbits all over the place, like if you lower your intellegence to 1, whenever you speak to anyone its all gibberish and your responses are loud grunts. The game just has so many options and different play styles it never gets boring. It truely was a game ahead of its time. Too bad at the current state a FO3 will never come out.
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Old 2004-12-19, 09:22   Link #29
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Here's something to read about GAMES YOU SHOULD OWN.
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Old 2004-12-19, 17:18   Link #30
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Fallout 1 story- a chip in ur water generator thingie is broken, ur chosen to fix the problem by going out to find a new one.

Fallout 2 story- supposed descendant of the hero from Fallout 1 chosen to find the E.D.E.N kit because ur tribe(explain a bit in Fallout 1 and 2) is slowly dying and with out they will perish.

wut makes Fallout unique is how one can go about making ur character, u can be thee most violent badass to date or u can be a pacifist from start to finish and yes its possible to do the latter. also there are many fun things to do, like thievery, getting *ahem* laid, etc. etc. also how u go about in the story is ur choice. also another neat thing about battling in this game is if ur dex is high enuff u can aim for specific part of the enemy's body like the eyes or the groin just to name a couple.

that reminds me i gotta start playing Fallout 2 again...
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Old 2004-12-19, 17:28   Link #31
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Old 2004-12-20, 01:21   Link #32
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World of Warcraft owns me right now. It is the best I've played to date.
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Old 2004-12-20, 06:28   Link #33
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Bah, my vote still goes to Tetris Attack. Play that with two players and you're stuck. I still curse my brother to this day for beating me 5 times in a row (well not really, but the image burns in my head every once in awhile).
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Old 2004-12-20, 12:16   Link #34
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SNES - Megaman X series, and perhaps Chrono Trigger
GBA - Advance Wars
GC- Tales of Symphonia
xbox.... sorry never touched one
PC - Command and Conquer: Generals

the best game overall!

PS2 - Disgaea: Hour of Darkness.
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Old 2004-12-22, 05:27   Link #35
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PC- HL2
PS2- Disgaea
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Old 2004-12-22, 19:03   Link #36
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PC: Baldurs Gate2: SoA/ToB or HL1/2
PSX: Medievil
PS2: FF X
GB: Kurby
GameGear: Sonic 2
GBC: Pokemon (all of them :-D)

and that's about it where I can give my jugement
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Old 2004-12-22, 20:42   Link #37
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Nintendo : Zelda OOT
Play Station 2: Star Ocean 3
Xbox : Star Wars : KOTOR
P.C: Half Life 2
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Old 2004-12-23, 06:27   Link #38
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Prince of Persia 2: Warrior Within.
Why isn't anyone else nominating Prince of Persia: Warrior Within? It's such an awesome game if it wasn't for the glitches :/. Right now I'm listening to the game's ingame music which rocks ^_^
And not to forget: Prince of Persia, Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time which were also alot of fun to play.

And another nomination:
Amiga: Moonstone and Gods
PC: Monkey Island series, Warcraft 2 & 3
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Old 2004-12-23, 06:47   Link #39
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Ofcourse, YubeiYamazaki and AnAlPedoFileMan are now into the category in my mind known as "people who I like because they play(ed) Fallout". One minor adjustment though, it's not an E.D.E.N. kit, but a G.E.C.K. which ofcourse means Garden of Eden Creation Kit.

I like Fallout 1 just a little bit better though.
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Old 2004-12-23, 14:37   Link #40
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Quote:
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I guess I can list now. I was just ranting on how great ZOE2 was.

PC - Half Life (still haven't played 2 yet so I really can't compare), hands down, the best FPS ever. It just feels so non-linear.
SNES - This one is hard... Chrono Trigger, Super Metroid, Mario Kart, Yoshi's Story, FF6 (I love all! Too many memories)
GC - Smash Bros Melee, too much fun for everyone. And due to the fact that you can kick Pikachu's ass with Samus
PS2 - ZOE2 (I don't think I've ever forced myself to play at that level. So fast and exciting!)
N64 - Sin and Punishment, the best shooter ever. And Mario 64, go triple jump!
PS1 - FFT, best PS RPG.
GB - Tetris. One can play that game for days...

OH... speaking of tetris... I take everything I said back... the game that seriously pwns all is TETRIS ATTACK!!!

I need to get that game again.
I would have to agree. Chrono Trigger is the best game by far on Snes in my opinion.

Here's my list...

Xbox- Halo 1&2
N64- Duke The Nuke
PS1- FFT and Resident Evil 1&2
PS2- Dynasty Warriors 3&4 and Romance Of the Three Kingdoms (The ps2 series)
GB- Tetris (Great Game)
Snes- Chrono Trigger (The best RPG game on the snes system) and Street Fighter 1&2)
Nes- Mario Bros (One of the greatest games ever made)
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