Which video game is your all time favourite and why?

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  1. ethel smith profile image82
    ethel smithposted 7 years ago

    Which video game is your all time favourite and why?

  2. Shroudborn profile image59
    Shroudbornposted 7 years ago

    Definitely the little known of Shadowbane by Ubisoft.

  3. Springboard profile image81
    Springboardposted 7 years ago

    Not much into video games, per se. But I do like Pogo.Com's Boggle Bash. Not exactly sure why. It's just fun to play.

  4. sunduskhan47 profile image58
    sunduskhan47posted 7 years ago

    i love maxpayne.....

    all the parts of the game...

    because it look so real a nypd officers takes revenge of the murder of his wife...
    so realastic.....

  5. Polly C profile image95
    Polly Cposted 7 years ago

    Well, my favourite video game of all time is probably Pacman - it was in the foyer of the local sports centre where I attended a roller skating club when I was about 10.  I was completely addicted to it, and had to go on it every time I went there. And it was only 10p a go, so good value!

    My second favourite video game was a game called Donkey Kong JR, well, I think that was the name, not completely sure. It was one of the first Mario games, I believe. It was around the time of the Pacman addiction - the early to mid eighties.

    Funny you should ask this question today, as this week there is a retro gaming exhibition in the Forum, in Norwich. I went in there, mainly because my son wanted to see it, and both of these games were there. It was quite nostalgic, though now that I have grown up somewhat I don't really like video games at all.

  6. ultracutebot profile image75
    ultracutebotposted 7 years ago

    House of the Dead: Overkill - very therapeutic and it's also fun because it's got a Quentin Tarantino/Robert Rodriguez film feel to it. and because, i like shooting virtual zombies. smile

  7. jamesphilipson profile image52
    jamesphilipsonposted 7 years ago

    Final Fantasy VII on Playstation One - you simply cannot beat the brilliance of that game in my opinion. Almost everything about it is perfect.

  8. Bus_Stop_Toy_Shop profile image58
    Bus_Stop_Toy_Shopposted 7 years ago

    Manic Miner - when the 1k ZX81 was replace by the 16k ZX Spectrum, then the 48k version, we all wondered how could games designers possibly use up all this mammoth amount of memory.

    The answer was Manic Miner - 20 levels of fiendishly difficult platform action, with Miner Willy.  Eugene's Lair anyone?

 
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