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Hey guys. Wondering what your all time favorite games are for any console. Here are my favs:

NES: Megaman Series (especially Megaman III), Zelda, SuperMario 3, Castlevania 3

SNES: Secret of Mana, Zelda (Link to the Past), Sim City, SuperMario Kart, StreetFighter II, Starfox, Megaman Series

Of course these are not current games, but I got more enjoyment out of these games than I ever got from any other current game... well, except "Diablo II Lord of Destruction" for the PC and StreetFighter Alpha III for the Playstation.

I'd like to hear your list of fav games.

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I agree incissor... something about those older games just makes them more fun to play. Hmm I'm not sure I can specify a favourite, loved metal slug hehe, liked all the snes Zelda. I just like the older platform rpg's.

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Mine:

-Halo
-Deus Ex: Invisible War
-Shadowbane
-Morrowind 3
-Diablo 2
-Theif
-KOTOR

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toooo many to name:

All Final Fantasy
All MegaMan
Chrono Chross
All Zelda's

soo many games


CS
DoD
CoD
Nascar 2003 by papyrus racing


sooo many

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is morrowind three the elder scrolls?

Yep. It's a great game. I played it for 200 hours before even starting the first mission.

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Yep. It's a great game. I played it for 200 hours before even starting the first mission.

hahahahhahahahahah that game is soo awesome, i remember i was fighting two guards and in middle of battle i stopped and swapped clothes with a woman passing by, OMG HAHAHAHHAHAHHAHAHA it was soo funny i was in a dress and a girls top, and i was an ogre looking thing. a ;lskjdfl;kasjdfl; dfhahahhahahaahaha

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Master Of Magic was released in '95 so you can find it in the abandonware rings.
It's basically civilisation with magic so it's very strategy orientated.
Lots of races, lots of magic. Good for an rpg control freak like myself.
I also like Darksun 1. A gaylord D&D game I also played in my younger days..

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Hehe I love morrowind, but I've made myself promise to finish my website before I play it any more :)

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Yar's revenge Atari 2600/Collecovision
Millipede
Mines of Minos
Warlords (for multiplayer fun)
Qbert
Breakout
Colecovision,
Pitfall
Super Breakout
Reactor
Mines of Minos
Adventure
Dig Dug
anything Mario/Donkey kong
Joust
POLE POSITION

Nes
Legend of Zelda
Contra uuddlrlrba <sel><start>
Metroid.. Justine Bailey
Ninja gaiden
Karnov

TG16
Bonks revenge
Keith Courage

Sega Genesis
Metal Slug
Chronic the hemphog..
..forget the rest

SNES
Ghosts n Gobblins
more Contra..
just about any Mario title

GC
Turok

DC
Crazy taxi

PS2
Devil may cry
Wolfenstien
GTAIII

Xbox
HALO of course
True crime
brain cells fried gimmie gimmie
want DOOM3 now

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This is the best online game of all time, I am totally addicted.

http://www.barafranca.com?referer=26068

Take a look around, its vast.


legendary day in the history of the Mafia. All the dons of importance have come together to show honor to a man. A man who has been of great influence to many, who equals Napoleon in intelligence, and matches Stalin in cruelty; a man who was graceful, when the situation permitted him to be graceful, a man who was merciless, when he needed to be merciless. A man with two personalities. A cold-blooded leader, the ‘Capo Di Tutti Capi’, Boss of all Bosses, absolute leader of the Italian Mafia.

His name is Gianluca Barafranca, better known as Don Barafranca. At the respectable age of 69, after 53 years of hard work to expand the family and enlarge our businesses, he has decided to retreat. Born in Montelepre, raised in Little Italy, New York. He joined the local Capo Regime of Ciavolo, a powerful Capo working for Don Marcelo Tuccini, at the age of 16. Climbing up with vertiginous speed, becoming mobster when he was nearly 18 years old. Like Ciavolo said: “That boy is going to get to high places, so Barafranca went. In a short, but bloody vendetta with the rivalising Gilardino-family, Ciavolo was assassinated and it was Barafranca’s duty to take over the Capo Regime. With only 25 years of experience in life, he was the youngest Capo in history. And a promising one. When Tuccini decided to step out and return to Montelepre, Sicilia, to enjoy his last years of life, he gave Barafranca the authority over the Bronx, Brooklyn & Manhattan. As a sign of respect, Barafranca gave his first son the name Marcelo. A year after Marcelo’s birth, Claudio was born, and Barafranca was living the good life. Unfortunately, how cruel can life be, Tuccini was murdered 2 years after his retirement, on behalf of Don Clemente, an old rival from Miami. This was the first time Barafranca demonstrated his cold-bloodedness. He waited a few years before revenging Tuccini. He got 3 of his best men, Alessandro Tedesco, Fabio Roveto and Gianni Marinella, to infiltrate into Miami’s underground. They became members of the Clemente-family and they came to know him as a warm, nice man. But business is business, and Tedesco, who climbed up to become Capo of Clemente, introduced Barafranca as a possible new connection. After a good conversation and copious dinner in restaurant Lago Maggiore, owned by Clemente, Clemente was found dead in his mansion.

As Tedesco had power in Miami, he stayed there to enlarge the power and territory of the Barafranca’s. The Don sent Roveto to Boston and Marinella to Philadelphia, where nobody really was in charge. By 1911 Barafranca had absolute power over all three city’s. He decided to send Marcelo to Palermo, because he saw Marcelo had a true Mafia-mentality in his eyes, and he had to establish that quality, under supervision of an old friend of Tuccini, Don Bianco. Meanwhile he conquered Las Vegas, Chicago, Baltimore, Detroit, Napoli, Genova & Sicilia, his true homeground. In 1918 he instructed Marcelo to return to New York and set up connections in Houston. The local boss in Houston, Don Giovane, knew about the name and fame of Don Barafranca, and welcomed Marcelo with great respect. Marcelo created a huge distribution center in Houston, to supply all the controlled cities with booze, a lucrative business during Prohibition.

After that, Barafranca expanded his empire. He acquired complete control in New York, Detroit, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Chicago, Las Vegas, Miami, Napoli, Genova, & Sicilia, and controlled parts of Los Angeles, Houston, Seattle, Vancouver, Orlando, San Francisco & Phoenix. He stabilized this with trustable Capo’s, and had an easy way of living. But in 1927, a young, brutal Don, called Fregio, tried to take over the south, by bribing judges & FBI agents to arrest the local capo’s. Barafrancaa was furious and declared vendetta to the Fregio’s. A hard and bloody war, which endured 4 years, left its scars. Claudio Barafranca was killed in a drive-by, which plunged Don Barafranca into mourn. With an intelligent and fast tactic, he ended the war, by killing all the Capo’s. 2 of them were brothers of Fregio, one a nephew. After he invited Fregio for a conversation on neutral ground, he blew up the Fregio headquarters. No bodies were found. Don Barafranca proved, again, he was the ‘Capo Di Tutti Capi’.

Now, Don Barafranca has decided to divide his empire, because Marcelo stepped out after the Fregio vendetta. He is owner of a well-respected bond of banks in Spain, France & Portugal. He left Miami & Baltimore to Tedesco, Roveto acquired charge in Philadelphia & Boston. Marinella, the youngest of his 3 highest rated Capo’s, still has the potential to grow. He received parts of Los Angeles, San Francisco, Houston, Seattle, Phoenix & Vancouver. Bianco’s son, Paolo Bianco, became the boss of Sicilia, except for Palermo. Another old friend, who provided many men in earlier vendetta’s, Don Locatelli, gained control in Napoli & Genova. The parts in Orlando were given to the local Don, Don Terranova, one of the only rivals left.

This is leaving 5 cities open. The fields, left open for new promising gangsters like yourself. Barafranca hasn’t forgotten how he started, and wants to give new people new chances to conquer. One of those people are you….

Live by the game, die by the game,

Omerta

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On the other end of the spectrum...
... is Pokeymon Puzzle on nin 64. Sometimes I can even beat my kids at lapping up the sushi.

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I've always been a PC gamer. That is until the 360 hit the streets...

Fallout 1 & 2
Diablo 1 & 2
System Shock 1 & 2
Deus Ex
Command & Conquer: Red Alert

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Yep. It's a great game. I played it for 200 hours before even starting the first mission.

Rather the reverse. Morrowind is Elder Scrolls 3 ;)
Great RPG indeed, but like everything it gets repetitive after a while.

Total Annihillation was great, and I still install it once in a while 10 years later.
Diablo 2 has already been mentioned.
Magic: the Gathering is a classic (and I mean the cardgame, not the computer game which sucked).

But chess is the greatest game of all time.

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My favorites:
Half Life (also HL2)
Warcraft
Quake (mostly 2)
Age of Empires (Conquerors)
Doom
Wolfenstein
Pacman
...

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Z is a real-time strategy with most hilarious intro I've ever seen. (published ~ '95. or '96.)
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I forgot Dark forces.

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First Encounters is fun, if you have the second release. First release was so buggy they had to withdraw it from stores...
Second isn't quite stable, but playable.

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I forgot Dark forces.

I had that game a while back until I let a friend borrow it.... He never gave it back.


My favorite game of all time is Medal of Honor... Nothing beats it.

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