Victim of Forgotten HopeForum bystander
26th April 2004
Uh Half-Life is way too long to be played many times, isn't it? Well atleast I replayed it with Half-Life: Source.
Half Life still has an atmosphere and buzz unmatched by any other game I know. I could replay it thousands (& thousands & thousands) of times with no problem. It's a major landmark in PC gaming and will be seen as a huge classic in the future - the Mona Lisa of video games - tell me I'm wrong :nodding: and in the long run better that Half Life 2 in may ways. Oops, did I just sign my death warrant? :rolleyes:
[color=red]Definately the Legend of Zelda. I can play that game a million times and never get tired of it. (Especially the Ocarina of Time.) :D [/color]
Ensign RilesOperation Flashpoint. There are so many variables in that game it's impossible to get bored with it unless you hate realism. There are so many mods for it that it further enhances the replay value...
:rock: couldnt say it better myself. no two outings playing the same mission are the same. you can capture any weapon and vehicle . AI is ultra smart so it pays off to assign some of your squad to a vehicle like a tank while you spot targets. the maps are huge and you can use forests as effective cover. the best version is the game of the year version which has the red hammer and resistance addons. last time i checked it sells for about $10. get this game you wont regret it. another good game on the cheap with excellent replay is red alert 2. the game that other rts are compared too, and for rpg cannot beat the fallout series
Ooooo Final Fantasy Tactics for PS1, that was the best game to replay and is one of my favorite games.