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25 of my Favourite Games (Multi-format)
A. Smith "scurflord"
Final Fantasy VII Platinum
"Simply the greatest game ever made. The game that got me obsessed with gaming. Graphically, looks a little dated now but still plays great."
Yoshi's Island: Super Mario Advance 3 (GBA)
"The best Mario game - looks fantastic and plays amazingly well, despite the game being essentially 10 years old."
GoldenEye 007 (N64)
"Such a great multiplayer experience, coupled with an engrossing and near perfect single-player mode. By far my favourite FPS."
"Criminally underrated and can get extremely hard. Still has utterly beautfiul looks now and chock full of imagination."
The Legend of Zelda - Majora's Mask (N64)
"If it wasn't for Goldeneye, this would be the best game on N64. Better than Ocarina (and that's saying something), a gaming experience like no other."
Zelda : The Ocarina Of Time (N64)
"Near flawless. many people consider this to be the greatest game ever made. It's pretty damn close."
The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker - Players' Choice (GameCube)
"Stunning visuals, charming worlds and great gameplay. Stupidly overlooked by Zelda 'purists' as looking like a kids game, but missing the incredible depth hidden underneath the cartoonish visuals."
Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty (PS2)
"Stunning upon it's release, it has aged pretty well. FMV heavy but well worth sitting through and when you do start playing, as good a single-player experience as you will find on any platform."
Final Fantasy XII (PS2)
"Stunning visuals, great story, a brave and fantastic new battle system. What more could you want from Final Fantasy?"
Final Fantasy X: Platinum Edition (PS2)
"The reason I bought a PS2. Great visuals, that still look great, great story and tons of stuff to do."
Klonoa 2: Lunatea's Veil
"Another underrated game. Looks fantastic and has some of the tightest controls I have ever experienced in a game."
Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (GameCube)
"The funniest game I've ever played filled with charming characters and an endless amount of self-deprecating humour. Play as Bowser on a 2D Super Mario World style level and you'll see what I mean..."
Metroid Prime (GameCube)
"Incredibly dark for Nintendo, but none the worse for that. Great controls, visuals and gameplay. Extremely challenging too."
Sonic Mega Collection (Gamecube Player's Choice)
"Classic Sonic games on one little disc? What's there not to like?"
Grand Theft Auto: The Trilogy - Limited Edition (Xbox)
"Three games that have revolutionised modern gaming. Can't possibly choose between them, true sandbox gaming at it's best."
Dragon Quest: The Journey of the Cursed King (PS2)
"The first Dragon Quest to make it to Europe and by far the best. Toriyama's character design is peerless and the game looks gorgeous. Huge as well. A real life stealer as I call them."
"Are games art? Like it's spiritual cousin Shadow of the Colossus (which is also fantastic) games have come pretty close. A unique experience."
"Incredible looking game - best looking on PS2 - and really intuitive and inventive gameplay. Also peppered with a surprising amount of humour."
Jet Set Radio
"Utterly addictive. Also still looks fantastic. One of those games that I don't mind failing on, as the levels are so well thought out that it's a pleasure to traverse them."
Animal Crossing: Wild World (Nintendo DS)
"Live a parallel life in a village full of animals. One of those games that you can't pinpoint why it's so great. It really shouldn't be any good..."
Loco Roco (PSP)
"So utterly addictive and bound to put a smile on your face. The fantastic music clinches it."
"By far the best of the PS3 launch titles. Not that many options and the single-player mode is not as compelling as it should be, but online is where it's at. Looks absolutely stunning in HD."
Burnout 3: Takedown (Xbox)
"The best racing game on earth. Utterly compelling and addictive, and the Xbox version edges others with better controls and visuals, and the custom soundtrack option."
Resident Evil 4 (GameCube)
"Just incredible. The best Resident Evil game yet and exhumes all memories of atrocious movies and the Outbreak games"
Gran Turismo 4 (PS2)
"Incredible visuals, tons of cars and tuning options. Loads of races and great selection of tracks including the Nordschleife, Monaco and Le Mans (under assumed names). Great in HD too."
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