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What has been your most enjoyed video game of all time?

  1. buckey777 profile image72
    buckey777posted 6 years ago

    What has been your most enjoyed video game of all time?

    What game from any platform at any time has been your most favorite game ever? Why did you enjoy this game as much as you did?

  2. Peter Leeper profile image80
    Peter Leeperposted 6 years ago

    Mike Tyson's Punchout on Nintendo.  I liked this game so much because of all of the different characters you had to get through to eventually get to tyson.  The fact that each opponent had either subtle or hidden "tells" that allowed you to figure out how to beat them made it even more fun.

  3. peeples profile image95
    peeplesposted 6 years ago

    Mrs. Pac Man is my favorite from all time. It was fun easy and could last a long time.

  4. Boefie profile image83
    Boefieposted 6 years ago

    Kingdom Hearts on the playstation 2 will always have a special place in my heart. I played it in my younger years.I was enchanted by the disney characters and the solid gameplay/storyline. I loved that game.

    1. Sarah Christina profile image81
      Sarah Christinaposted 5 years agoin reply to this

      That was a great game!

  5. Ironman1992 profile image58
    Ironman1992posted 6 years ago

    World of Warcraft. It has had years to expand and build a great community.

  6. j-u-i-c-e profile image97
    j-u-i-c-eposted 6 years ago

    That's a really tough question. If I had to pick which game had the most fun, challenging, and exciting gameplay, I would have to go with Mirror's Edge.

    It's a first person parkour game that forces you to stay on the run, think on your feet, and time your jumps perfectly. Most of the time, if you make a mistake, you're done for. There are a lot of different moves to master and you need to have all of them down pat to progress through the levels. It's one of the few single-player games I've played that requires and rewards real skill.

    It's not for people who are easily frustrated or who suffer from motion-sickness. smile

  7. Khal Blogo profile image59
    Khal Blogoposted 6 years ago

    Diablo 2. It's the best game ever made, no other game offers such addicting gameplay.

  8. AM Hanson profile image77
    AM Hansonposted 6 years ago

    toughie......i'd have to say it's a three-way tie between the Elder Scrolls series, the Fallout series, and the Mass Effect series.

    I have a large collection of games and these three are my favorites because of their replay value.  I can always play another runthrough of any of these games and I never get sick of it.  The first Mass Effect game was the first xbox game I ever played, and it's still one of my most played.  Fallout 3 was the first game I bought when I got my own xbox, and I've logged over 150hrs onto a single save file just trying to find every single hidden treasure, bobblehead, and unique weapon.  I've been playin the Elder Scrolls games ever since Morrowind, and they have some of the greatest replay values of any game series I've had the joy of playing.  There are so many ways to build your character and the worlds they create are always completely immersive.

    All in all, the best games for me are the ones that I can set aside for a month or two and pick up again on a whim and find myself as engrossed as I was the first time that I played.  Fallout 3 and Fallout: New Vegas are particularly good at this, because they are honestly the only games I can say that I've played just to explore and listen to the in-game radio (some of my favorite songs of all time are on it).  When you can pop a game into your computer/xbox/whatever just because you want to walk around in-game and listen to some tunes, it says alot for the game.

  9. Sarah Christina profile image81
    Sarah Christinaposted 5 years ago

    That is a very tough question. I would have to say Chrono Trigger was probably my most favorite, next to the Final Fantasy Franchise (particularly FF4 & FF8 both of which I played to death). I remember being at a video game rental store, and seeing the ad for Chrono Trigger, and being instantly mesmerized. I rented it, during my school winter break, and as a result barely slept during those 2 weeks. I of course later purchased the game. I enjoyed it so much because it was an original concept, time travel, great story line and characters, and had multiple endings based on your choices. I loved how you could replay and have certain choices create different outcomes in the game. It's just all around one of the greatest games of all time, imho.

  10. earny123 profile image75
    earny123posted 5 years ago

    PS1 with Final Fantasy 7, 8 and 9. Also number 10 was good but the ones after that were poor and getting worse especially the new 13 with the additional games and the new one that will also be horrid when it comes out in February. Totally gone in the wrong direction.

 
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