I hated at the start but then i started doing the missions and i loved it .
Baldur's Gate saga. Very old now, it was hard to get into, but once there storyline gets the hold of you, it doesn't let go til its over.
Do the impossible, see the invisible. Touch the untouchable, break the unbreakable.
Single Player: FF VIII I
I just loved the storyline. It was very indepth and made you feel like you were a part of the game. The battle system was very original and allowed you a lot of customization. One of the few games I can play over and over again.
Online: CoD 4
The way they made the online system was a breath of fresh air. Instead of the usual go around and kill they give you challenges and level gaining. These challenges give you something to do and aim for instead of just running around aimlessly.
Last edited by OldChemist; 05-09-2008 at 05:53 PM.
anyway, it's generic and kinda unoriginal of a choice, but i'd go for GTA: Vice City. i just missed the coolness of the 80's. then there's MGS3. the military drama, the kinda near realistic character health status, and loads of easter eggs and secrets to unlock. Then there's Zelda 64. one of the games that introduced us to free roaming in vast areas in video games. honorary mentions goes to Sonic 2 and Okami.
Last edited by -D-; 05-09-2008 at 06:41 PM.
Powder Game. BD Amuses me for hours. Just freeze the time, do something absurd and watch the little pixels fly around the screen and send little rambunctious fighter people to jump into silly looking pixel lava. Trauma Center S.O, Halo3 & Rockband are stupidly fun too though, in fact they're better than the Powder Game. Hands down.
TrueCrime or dunno what its name was.....
imma push back a bit further on some of these games being mentioned.... id have to go with chrono trigger or possibly secret of mana? those were some good classic rpgs. first rpg i layed hands on was super mario rpg.. and man did i love that game =)