Favorite game from every system that you have ever owned.

#71hmoobpaladinPosted 11/14/2012 1:09:46 AM
NES - Super Mario
N64 - Super Smash Bros.
PlayStation - Chrono Cross
Game Boy Color - Pokemon Crystal
Game Boy Advance - Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town
PlayStation 2 - Kingdom Hearts II
Nintendo DS - Ace Attorney series
Game Cube - Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
PlayStation 3 - Dragon Age: Origins
Xbox 360 - Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
Nintendo 3DS - Golden Sun: Dark Dawn (so far)
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#72SHIBBYMANPosted 11/14/2012 1:16:34 AM
Genesis - Streets of Rage 2
Nintendo 64 - Zelda OoT
PS1 - Metal Gear Solid
Gameboy - Pokemon Red
Xbox- Halo
GC - REmake
PS2 - FFX
PS3 - Uncharted2
Xbox360- Mass Effect 2
PC - Half Life 2
Dreamcast - Shenmue
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#73thirdsagePosted 11/14/2012 1:22:04 AM
Of the games that I actually physically owned and did not borrow...

Virtual Boy - Mario Tennis
Game Boy - Pokemon Silver
Game Boy Adv. - Tales of Phantasia
PSOne - Spyro Ripto's Rage
GameCube - Tales of Symphonia
Playstation 2 - Kingdom Hearts 2 (my favorite game of all time)
DS - Lufia DS Curse of the Sinistrals
Xbox - Jade Empire
Wii - Super Mario Galaxy 2
Xbox 360 - Tales of Vesperia
Playstation 3 - God of War 3
PSP - Kingdom Hearts Birth By Sleep
3DS - Kingdom Hearts 3D (Dream Drop Distance)
#74hustlin_pimpstePosted 11/14/2012 1:25:56 AM
overkillwfo1978 posted...
.... a good game?

lol. Just kidding :) 3DO Road Rash was my fave 3DO game, I just forgot about it. *amend first post*


We still roll out my 3DO every now and then when we can't decide who goes for shop runs, etc ..

1/2 point for squashing a ped/spectator
1 point for hitting other rider
3 points for dismounting rider
1 point for hitting police
3 points for dismounting police

etc

No pints for finishing so even if you don't manage to finish you are still in with a shot.
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#75helzefeldPosted 11/14/2012 1:26:47 AM
NES - Dragon Warrior II
Gameboy - Final Fantasy Legend II
Genesis - Sword of Vermillion
SNES - Final Fantasy III (VI)
Gameboy Advance - Megaman Zero Collection
Dreamcast - Resident Evil: Code Veronica
PS1 - Final Fantasy VII - Dragon Quest VII *TIE* can't decide
PS2 - Shadow Hearts: Convenant
Gamecube - Tales of Symphonia
Xbox360 - Tales of Vesperia
PS3 - Tales of Graces F
Nintendo DS - Dragon Quest IX
Wii - Xenoblade Chronicles

Wii U - ?

As you can see.... I'm quite the RPG fan!

I do play other games though, of course!
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#76hardemanPosted 11/14/2012 1:33:12 AM
NES: duck hunt
Super Nintendo: Donkey kong country
Nintendo 64: Star fox 64
Nintendo gamecube: Super mario sunshine
Nintendo wii: Mario galaxy
Sega genesis: Sonic the hedgehog 2
Sega dreamcast: Sonic adventure
Sony playstation: Gran turismo
Sony playstation 2: Grand theft auto: san andreas
Sony playstation 3: Ratchet and clank
Microsoft xbox: Matrix path of neo
Microsoft xbox 360: dont really have a fav =/
Nintendo ds: pokemon
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#77Thirdrail1Posted 11/14/2012 1:38:11 AM
I feel like one of us old school people should speak up for the Intellivision. I only ever knew one person who owned one, but almost everyone from that era of gaming spent countless hours standing around in stores like Sears, playing Sea Battle on the demo units.

They weren't demo kiosks like they are now, they just put out a system and a tv out on a table and you could stand there playing all day if you wanted. (This was before the world turned into a place where you had to bolt everything down, lock it in a plexiglass pope-mobile, and weld the controllers onto a steel lattice so that it could survive 3-5 days of public usage.)

Sea Battle was awesome. Really an amazingly sophisticated action/strategy game, especially considering its time period.
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#78leopoldsharkPosted 11/14/2012 1:40:56 AM
Sega Genesis: Sonic 3 and Knuckles
Nintendo 64: Banjo-Tooie
Nintendo Gamecube: Metroid Prime (close between 1 and 2)
Xbox: Prince of Persia: Sands of Time
Wii: Metroid Prime 3
PS3: Bayonetta (hard to say, haven't had the system for a long time)
PC: Warcraft 3: The Frozen Throne
#79TehTrumpCardPosted 11/14/2012 1:41:16 AM
NES: Mega Man 3
SNES: Yoshi's Island and Super Metroid
N64: Pokemon Snap
GC: Sonic Adventure 2
Wii: Phantom Brave: We Meet Again and Mario Kart Wii
GBC: Pokemon Gold
GBA: Super Mario Advance 2: Super Mario World, Sonic Advance 3, Final Fantasy 6 Advance
DS: Super Mario 64 DS, Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days, Pokemon HeartGold
3DS: Mario Kart 7
PS: Mega Man X4 and Resident Evil 2
PS2: Resident Evil 4, Kingdom Hearts, Dark Cloud, Persona 3 FES
PS3: Infamous 1, Little Big Planet 2, Call of Duty Black Ops 1, Mega Man 10, Dead Space 1
XBOX: Serious Sam
PC: Touhou 8-9 and 11-13, Clannad
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#80ShunichiroPosted 11/14/2012 1:44:06 AM
Only one favourite for each system? That's pretty impossible given how many games I have played and enjoyed but here's a quick list from the top of my head:

Philips Videopac: Turtles
Commodore 16: Jack Attack
Commodore 64: Pirates!
Commodore Amiga: Sensible Soccer
Sega Master System: Psychic World
Sega Megadrive/Genesis: Ecco the Dolphin
Sega Saturn: Panzer Dragoon Saga
Playstation: Tenchu: Stealth Assassins
N64: GoldenEye
Playstation 2: ICO
Gamecube: Resident Evil 0
Xbox: Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic
PC: World of Warcraft + all expansions
Xbox 360: Mass Effect 2
Playstation 3: Mirror's Edge
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