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    What are your favorite videogames?

    The title says it all. List your favorite videogames of all time (if you have any) on any gaming platforms.
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    Splinter Cell - Chaos Theory
    CS - GO
    GTA Vice City, San Andreas, lV ( haven't plaued the 5th. It doesn't work on my lap)
    Resident Evil 4
    Call of Duty 4: Modern Warfare, MW2
    Bioshock, Infinite
    Far Cry 3
    Crysis
    Bulletstorm
    Insurgency
    Deus Ex Human Revolution
    Dishonored
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    Actual Sunlight
    Alien Trilogy
    Ancient Domains of Mystery
    Counter-Strike
    Croc: Legend of the Gobbos
    Doki Doki Literature Club!
    Doom I & II
    Emily is Away I & II
    Final Fantasy VII
    Front Mission 3
    Gex: Enter the Gecko
    Grand Theft Auto II, Vice City & San Andreas
    Katawa Shoujo
    Metal Gear Solid
    Pitfall 3D: Beyond the Jungle
    Portal
    Quake I, II & III
    Tekken 2
    The House of the Dead II
    Uplink: Hacker Elite
    Warzone 2100
    Worms Armageddon
    Yandere: I love you, so I want to kill you

    List may be non-exhaustive and is sorted alphabetically in the spirit of fairness
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    Also, yesterday night I played a visual novel/RPG hybrid called Yanderella which taught me a valuable life lesson: if you visit an arcade with your two female childhood friends and win a plushie in a crane game... don't give it to either of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    Also, yesterday night I played a visual novel/RPG hybrid called Yanderella which taught me a valuable life lesson: if you visit an arcade with your two female childhood friends and win a plushie in a crane game... don't give it to either of them.
    I noticed that you're into visual novels much, huh
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    Quote Originally Posted by pleasenocheating View Post
    I noticed that you're into visual novels much, huh
    No way! Were my posts in the random image thread a giveaway Anyway, you are correct, I got into the genre last year two years ago and quickly became hooked up. I don't really have the patience for "normal" games nowadays...

    By the way, I highly recommend Katawa Shoujo, even to those who would never play something like this. While somewhat nontraditional in its premise and art style (and lack of voice acting), the writing is excellent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anon View Post
    By the way, I highly recommend Katawa Shoujo, even to those who would never play something like this. While somewhat nontraditional in its premise and art style (and lack of voice acting), the writing is excellent.
    Thanks! Yet another game in "must play" list
    I feel like giving it a try. So far I've only played Everlasting Summer and that was.. ermm.. kinda odd
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    Quote Originally Posted by pleasenocheating View Post
    I feel like giving it a try. So far I've only played Everlasting Summer and that was.. ermm.. kinda odd
    A USSR-themed visual novel? I'd never heard of something like that before, but that's a good thing! It proves that the medium doesn't have to be Japan-centric and any sort of story may be told.

    On the other side, VNDB says it features Hatsune Miku as a heroine, so I may have to withdraw part of the above statement
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    Also, Miku

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    Nice thread. Here are my favs:

    - A very old Conan game I used to play in B&W (just googled it and it's called Conan: Hall of Volta)
    - Karateka
    - Prince of Persia
    - Out of this World (in europe called Another World) I used to nag my father weekly to take me to his work to play this game since it required the very expensive VGA monitor back in the day, and it was B&W
    - BlackThorne
    - FlashBack (never got to play the sequence Fade to Black)
    - A lot of Street Fighters and King of Fighters / Fatal Fury / Art of Fighting
    - Capcom vs SNK 2
    - Super Mario World
    - Castlevania games up until Curse of Darkness on PS2 excluding the ones on N64
    - Onimusha games
    - Splinter Cell games
    - Resident Evil games
    - Tomb Raider games
    - Donkey Kong Country on SNES 1, 2 and 3
    - Battlefield 3 and 4 (Never really liked the Battlefield games up until I watched my brother playing BF3, it was love at first sight)
    - Quake 1
    - Assassin's Creed games (love them up to Revelations, the next ones I just liked)

    There might be more, but these are the ones I spent a lot of time in.
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpacino View Post
    - Karateka
    Pressing left in the first screen of Karateka to fall of the cliff and see what would happen, building a stage made only of water in Battle City just to see what would happen, entering random passwords in NES games just to see what would happen.

    Also, my lawyer adviced me to post that Nintendo ordered developers to remove vowels and some consonants from password screens, after the discovery of the hidden password "FUCKK YOUUU OKKKK JUANN CARLO" in the original Metal Gear, which teleported you to the final boss battle with some weapons.



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