That atmosphere blew me out of my window. The title-screen alone (scene that takes a couple of minutes) is more artistic and mesmerising than most full games today.
Even though now I'm exclusively a PC gamer, MGS4 is my favorite game of all time. Playing through the game again but playing the commentary on your iPod was SUCH a great experience for me. Dunno why, just loved it. --- Paper is OP, scissors is fine. - Rock
Morrowind Nier Ico Shadow of the Colossus Persona 4 Skyrim Eternal Darkness Zelda OoT and MM Skies of Arcadia Pokemon Red and Blue FF VIII, IX, Tactics --- Sometimes when you're asleep, I lick your face. -Gabo, DQVII
Phantasy Star 4. My reasoning? Not so I can "experience the amazingness it once held when it was all new," but actually so I can sit back and objectively look at it and know if it really is a good game by today's standards, or if it's a game that, while great back then, has aged poorly. I know I have a soft spot for it, and I think it's causing me to think too highly of it than it actually is.
So, wipe my mind, let me play it again. See if it's still as amazing as I thought, and think it is right now. If it is, cool. If not, then why am I such a fan of it when it hasn't stood up to the test of time?
I only played the game this year, and I thought it was amazing. The combat is really well done. The combo system, while irritating without macros, is great. The animation still works, and the cutscenes are pretty great, since they look like manga. The music still is catchy and worth listening to, even when I am doing non-videogame related things. I would give the game a 9/10.
I wish that I never played Klonoa: Door to Phantomile, so I could replay it and be so incredibly shocked by the ending. --- Wahoo!
skyrim. most definitely skyrim because i would love to play the game again, because im one of those people who play the game and use/listen to all of the details, and even if im a different race, it still wouldnt feel just quite right like the first time i had played it.
Assassin's Creed II. That was the game that officially opened me up to Western-developed games.The story was great, the gameplay was fresh and new to me at the time, the setting was rich... I really wish I could re-experience that game for the first time. --- Now Playing - Nothing, because my Xbox 360's disc drive is borked. :(