What are the Best games you all have played?

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Hello! 


So I have a library of games from multiple generations of consoles, Atari to PS4 I have played and collected tons of games over the years and I am curious to what people have in their list as the best games of all time. Could be current or could be past games. Can go by consoles or just one sole game for now. I want to know all the best games so I can explore those as well and see why this game touched you to make that opinion. Here is my list!


Mass Effect 2: I have played the whole series and all of the DLC of each mass effect but let me tell you this sequel is by far the best. With Tons of story, characters, Side quests, and the most epic suicide mission that has so many consequences I have never experienced a game quite as this one in a long time. The story is what driven this outlook on the game for me not only the main quest but the world and characters themselves. How creative it was to make sure that you can learn every detail of this vast universe of a game. I will forever put this as the top of my list for time to come.


I will only put one for now :D  
 

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Any civilization.
 

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I was introduced to games when I got a super nintendo. But, even though I love old school games, my favorite one is Dragon Age: Origins.
 

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FFVII


Chrono Trigger


Fire Emblem NES


Seiken Densetsu aka Secret of Mana 4 NES


Twisted Metal PS1


Secret Mana


Secret of Evermore


 FFVIII


And other NES and PS1 I can't remember which attached to my childhood.
 

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Those are a lot of awesome ones


Another one I enjoyed was 


Oblivion on Xbox 360 but that stole my soul for 2 years straight like what was social life?
 

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One of my favourite games is Rune Factory 4. Partly because it's everything I could want in a game, though that's not a surprise considering the amount of features that game has. That's one of the reasons I like it, there are just so many things to do and so much content, with dungeons to explore, multiple crafting systems, friendship/romance with townsfolk, and farming, and in my opinion every single one of those things is done very well. Not to mention beautiful art and anime cutscenes, because come on anime cutscenes are fun haha. It's a highly enjoyable experience, and probably one of the things I've poured the most hours into (and yet I've still never finished it or gotten close to doing all there is to do!). Also has nice humour and is just entertaining in general.


There's also the Dragon Age series, though I've only played Origins and Inquisition. Particularly for the character writing, especially in Origins; I find them very well-written and rounded characters, and very entertaining to adventure with. 
 

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Man... uh, I'd have to say VVVVVV (I'm a super indie game nerd) and... I remember liking Sonic Colors, and Sonic Adventure. I really don't know. I don't play that many games anymore. Drawn to Life was also pretty good, and sad. 
 

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I wouldn't say best but my favourtie would be in no order:


Undertale


Super Mario Sunshine


Pokemon Mystery Dungeon


Dark Souls


The Witcher saga


Mario Party


Wakfu


They are all pretty old or indie but what can I say I don't play much games anymore.
 

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Chrono Trigger


All the Mana games


All the Zelda games


Professor Layton series (I'm a sucker for a good puzzle)
 

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Dragon's Dogma A really fun game that is challenging as heck the first 1-4 playthroughs, but eventually you 
just become godlike and it becomes a game of "how fast can I beat this" (for me anyway) if you buy it, get the Dark Arisen version. 
The original version is unplayable in comparison.

Summon Night 2: Swordcraft Story for the GBA. Really fun and really simple, has a LMBS 
similar to the early Tales of Games, likeable characters, and is short with great replayability. The first one is good too, but the second has a Giant. Mech. Battle.

Phoenix Wright Series must plays for everyone. The biggest downside to these games is that you cannot play them for the first time twice.
I believe they're also available on some mobile platforms now and the entire original trilogy is on the 3DS E-shop.

Medieval 2: Total War maybe not the best action strategy game, but one of the coolest. My pc isnt good enough to run Rome 2 and upwards so I cant say how they are, but M2TW is a game that I keep getting drawn back too. After playing it several times, I still find it challenging and fun. (dayum you Timur the Lame)



I could go on but I'd take up a huge chunk of webpage so I'll stop here.
 
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The original Deus Ex will always hold a special place in my heart, being one of the first RPGs I've ever played and absorbing me into such a rich sci-fi world with so many choices and consequences. To this day, it still inspires to some degree virtually every sci-fi game I make. I also really enjoyed Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Haven't yet played Mankind Divided, but I intend to.


Titan Quest and its expansion Immortal Throne is probably the game I've spent the most hours of my life in. That game is probably my favourite among dungeon crawlers, mostly because of my love for Greek mythology, and also because of how many different character classes the game potentially lets you to try out and how diverse you can make all these builds. So much fun experimenting with all the different character builds and tackling challenging bosses with them.


Other games I always mention as among my most favourites: Skyrim, Half Life 2, Portal 2, Mass Effect series, Dark Souls, Trine series, Castlevania series, and so on.
 
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If we had to go with of all time, I'd say Dark cloud 2. It was probably the most ambitious ps2 rpg title I've ever. Even by today's standards I still think it was fairly ambitious.
 
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Well, thing is that I remember a LOT of games that were beloved.


Some were well known, while others were really unknown to most of other people.


I will present you my favorites like this:


System : Game title


Everything in a spoiler cause it is a big list.
 

Coin-op Arcade: Cadillacs and Dinosaurs


Coin-op Arcade: Pac Man


Coin-op Arcade: Bubble Bobble


Coin-op Arcade: Super Sidekicks 2


Coin-op Arcade: Super Sidekicks 3


Emerson Arcadia 2001: Escape


Emerson Arcadia 2001: Cat trax


Commodore Amiga: Lotus III


Commodore Amiga: K - 240


Commodore Amiga: Dune II


Commodore Amiga: Chaos Engine


Commodore Amiga: F - 19 Stealth Fighter


Commodore Amiga: Baby Jo in Going Home


Commodore Amiga: Superfrog


Commodore Amiga: Second Samurai


Commodore Amiga: Mortal Kombat II


Commodore Amiga: Elvira: Mistress of the Dark (The first person RPG)\


Commodore Amiga: Dungeon Master


Commodore Amiga: Loom


Commodore Amiga: Wing Commander


Commodore Amiga: The Secret of Monkey Island


Commodore Amiga: Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders


Commodore Amiga: Ufo: Enemy Unknown (X-COM Ufo Defense for PC)


Super NES: Final Fantasy III


Super NES: Chrono Trigger


Sega Genesis: Sonic 2


Sony Playstation: Final Fantasy VII


Sony Playstation: Gran Turismo


Sony Playstation: Final Fantasy VIII


PC: Heroes of Might and Magic II


PC: Heroes of Might and Magic III


PC: Heroes of Might and Magic IV


PC: Bastion


PC: Transistor


PC: Terraria


PC: Starbound


PC: Mass Effect


PC: Mass Effect 2 (I haven't played 3 yet)


PC: Starbound


PC: Euro Truck Simulator 2


PC: Minecraft


PC: Left 4 Dead 2


PC: F.E.A.R.


PC: Half Life 2


PC: Team Fortress 2


PC: L.A. Noire


PC: Diablo 2


PC: Neverwinter Nights
 
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I've lost interest in video games as an old man. I will play about 20-50 seconds of any game and then suffer a great lethargy and quit playing. It feels like a chore to play them.


Side note: I've also lost interest in all TV and movies and I can only read one fiction book that I bought on Amazon.


I can't play the RPG Maker games here either even though I try to force myself to suppress my boredom.


And yet there is only one game in the whole world that can shine a glimmer of hope into my neuroleptic induced deep depression...


I play it start to finish and then the bonus quest start to finish... All day long...


It's Kirby's Adventure for NES.


Kirby's Adventure is no doubt the greatest game of all time. We all know that.
 

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I've lost interest in video games as an old man. I will play about 20-50 seconds of any game and then suffer a great lethargy and quit playing. It feels like a chore to play them.


Side note: I've also lost interest in all TV and movies and I can only read one fiction book that I bought on Amazon.


I can't play the RPG Maker games here either even though I try to force myself to suppress my boredom.


And yet there is only one game in the whole world that can shine a glimmer of hope into my neuroleptic induced deep depression...


I play it start to finish and then the bonus quest start to finish... All day long...


It's Kirby's Adventure for NES.


Kirby's Adventure is no doubt the greatest game of all time. We all know that.





 
Same here, I feel like forcing myself when I play any game though I am not old yet. Now, all I do is browsing the internet or watch youtube. Weekend just shopping and coocking and sleeping. Seems there's shift in human's brain as we grow old.
 

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Left 4 Dead


Diablo 2
 
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Most of my game are played on pc but Two of my most played games tbh are free 2 play on steam which are


WarFrame it's like a sci-fi mmo.


WarThunder a world war 2 dogfighting and tanks battles waiting on battleships


Then probably The witcher 3 


Assassins creed black flag


Arc (sandbox survival with dinosaurs)


And as for handheld games 


Blazblue for android/ios


Hit for android/ios


And yes Pokemon firered for gba emulator 


Oh and zelda lol
 

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On a whim I finally got Undertale about two days ago because it was 50% off on Steam and because I was already aware of it through Tumblr zeitgeist. It was fun. I already won it twice. (I had to do it a second time without killing anybody) I think my old man video game drought finally got a glass of water. It's nice to see a SuperNintendo-esque RPG in this the era of time. I think I found a new Kirby's Adventure.
 

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First off, Banjo-Kazooie and Banjo-Tooie. Thus my avatar and so on. I absolutely love everything about it - the gameplay, the humour, the characters, the music ...


Then like @lolshtar I would say Left 4 Dead (or Left 4 Dead 2 - they've kind of both been combined into the second game now). I've played many, MANY hours on this game, first off on the Xbox 360, then on the PC. Every now and again I go through phases where I play it really obsessively. The strangest thing is I have a very extreme addiction to just ONE MAP - the first one, No Mercy. I've obviously played all of them and sometimes play in others, but for some bizarre reason I only ever really want to play No Mercy. Hundreds of times. Yeah, I'm strange. :)


Next I'd say Fallout 3 and possibly Fallout: New Vegas. The thing is, the feeling I got when playing Fallout 3 for the first time was very unique. I adored the atmosphere and the music - very quirky, and the gameplay was great too. I really felt like I was opening myself up to a new world to be immersed in.


I'm not sure what these games have in common (which might be the next interesting question) and/or what their differences are. I suppose they all have a degree of absurdity and humour, but I think their gameplay mechanics are pretty different ... Either way, these are the first three that spring to mind. But I may return to this thread, if and when I think of others.
 

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