Dungeon Keeper 2, it's a game I'll reply every year or so even though I know all the tricks and it provides basically no challenge whatsoever. I just love the theme, atmosphere and gameplay.
Ice hockey is my personal favorite "game" of all time. I have been playing for about 50 years and still enjoy it significantly. My favorite "chat room" is contained within this game, that would be the red-painted crease in front of the goal. It is a tough place to exist in (unless you play goal) and the bickering and jockeying for superior positioning can be quite tenacious.
Persona 4 Golden, for the Playstation Vita. Not only do you get your money's worth in terms of gameplay length (my first playthrough took 83 hours, and I've played the PS2 original, so I already knew my way through), but the story and the characters are among the most attaching and interesting I've seen in a video game. Throw in a spectacular turn-based battle system, toe-tapping music, appealing visuals, and a completely customizable difficulty setting, and you've got one hell of a game. And then there's all the extra material added in to this version, adding another ~15 hours if you fulfill all the storyline requirements (which I didn't the first time around), and that's even more value. Absolutely a must-buy for all fans of JRPGs.
Gonna have to go with Zelda 3 for the good old SNES. I love modern games, but Link'll always be my first gamer crush. And Hyrule was so huge and expansive in ALTTP.
After that probably Pokemon, and then... Kingdom Hearts, maybe? Played a lot of Tomb Raider back in the day. And Sonic. Everybody went through that Final Fantasy stage. I've been addicted to Rune Factors and the Ace Attorney series lately; if we're talking about sheer hours invested. If we're talking genres, the Halo series will always have a special place in my heart because it was the first FPS I ever really liked.
Gonna go with ALTTP. Final answer.
Cryostasis For Reason of Sleep. Beautiful game filled with philosophy while being a solid shooter.
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