Post your favorite game of all time. Doesn't matter if it's already been posted.
wifes favorite, too. Ico close second ofc. Shes played the new one 2--3 times already.
>this is mine
only blood can redeem blood
>inb4: first was better.
I like league and elderscrolls a lot, but Id have to say this one allows the most limitless fun. This game has hit a sandboxing world pretty much perfectly, really excited for bannerlord
I absolutely loved this game. First RPG I really ever played, and it hooked me for life.
I didn't think Final Fantasy 1 or the original Dragon Quest (warrior) that I played later held a candle to it.
Close runner up would be Ultima VI
>>719822474loved every minute of this game. Not flawless but pretty damn close for me.
Sunked in so many fucking hours into this it was amazing
Wish I could play the 2nd part of this game
>triggered faggot trying to edgy
>not acknowledging these are some of the best games this of century
Beat that game, and got the achievement for not shooting anyone, fuck that was hard. Fired only a single shot, required mission to shoot out a trucks engine. Didn't even shoot the servers when it told me to, ran around letting enemies try to shoot me until they took out their own computers.
>triggered faggot that replied to 3 lines of greentext bc someone insulted his faggotry
>We judge each other based on our favorite vidya
Well than what have I started. Just posted something, should've known some faggot who thinks that their an oldfag and is better than every else trying to assert dominance onto some one online
nice choice anon, but i like skyrim
man of all time... probably final fantasy 7. that game taught me more than any other, the grinding, the hard work for the best stuff, even though you didn't need it. The love stories, it had it all
Deus Ex too, the morals part is high on the list.
Diablo 2 for the sheer grinding, that taught me to work hard.
Then it all goes back to mission thunderbolt for strategy, I learned to read from that game.
I loved elder scrolled morowind, skyrim, fallout 3, fallout 4, and borderlands 1 and 2 but they just didn't shape me like the other.
And I play LOL, because I have cancer.
It's a... interesting concept. Graphics were a bit dated, even when it was released. Some novel concepts, but basically all there is is the single player story. Gameplay wasn't anything groundbreaking, if I remember right.
With the DLC, the game was so easy; just got the armor from Operation Anchorage, and the Alien weapons from Mothership Zeta and I was set for the whole game. Being op completely nullified the creepy factor.
Was my first mmorpg from child. I fucking love that game and fucking hate it how it is right now. They ruined it since runescape 2 came out. I lost my account. I don't remember how but it's been many years. I would pay to have it back. Nice memories of this game.
first videogame i ever played, still play at least an hour a week
my god, the tony hawk games from thps3 to american wasteland is what i was raised on
I did pretty much everything, other than get to level 99 legit. I think I was around level 90 when I moved on, all the gil, all the armor and items, all the farmed max stats with the steal materia to get the stuff to up your stats....
its a valuable lessons, getting the best stuff takes a lot of time and effort.
Also the story, like the evil shinra super corperations, yes, thats like life today.
Game's on sale via steam atm.
Short, difficult, and fun.
Story got me totally hooked, just like "The Butterfly Effect"
Great story, good gameplay, idgaf i fucking love this game
I played hours upon hours of this game. Straight through youth to teens. I miss the days of hoping on and gaming with buddies all night. Life goes on I guess
You could probably beat it in less than an hour if you learn where everything is, and how to beat the bosses without taking a hit. First run, it just depends on how good / shit you are at platforming games like shovel knight.
I'm trash, so the game was fun and super hard.
If they put this on the 3DS eShop, it'd blow my balls off. My first RPG, unforgettable soundtrack, overall good storyline.
>Cutthroats: Avenge of the High Seas
Wish I could play this again
This, Spiderman 2, GTA SA, and THUG 2
If I had to choose I'd go with pic
>What the balls.
The replayability of that game is literally infinite. You will be able to pick up that game 20 years from now and still have an enjoyable experience.
Pic related: One of the things i made in Minecraft.
Life is Strange
I played only the first chapter but dude
This is art
Its like a bucket of legos. Yeah, you can have tons of fun with it. I've made some cool stuff. But its not going to stick with you for years like something with a powerful story and fascinating setting.
>plays lego for pseudo-adults and thinks im baiting rather than being entirely serious about the fact that people who enjoy minecraft enough to say its one of the best games ever, are autistic
Either this, THUG 2, Simpsons Hit and Run, or SSB Wii U.
Pic related was one of my first video games and I still love playing it.
I strongly disagree. If your a creative person, the possibilities in that game are literally endless, I'm an obsessive compulsive, so i love so much to meticulously put every block in it's place.
Holy shit the fucking atmosphere in this game was orgasmic.
I mean i've been playing since 1.3.2, so like 4 years? When you get tired of survival and creative, if that ever happens, took me 2 years to, you can download adventure maps with stories of up to 10 hours, there are thousands of them, then you have texture and sound packs, shaders, and a crap-ton of mods. On my longest running survival game i was running 102 mods, a 512x photorealistic texture pack and SEUS shaders. It was around 1.4.6 and 1.5.2, damn i had a good time. Mods like IndustrialCraft, BuildCraft, Twilight Forest, Equivalent Exchange, a whole new damn experience.
Getting the whole group on and killing apex monsters