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Mikouen VIP Member

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#21 12 years ago

If I say "best", I'll just be talking like a fanboy, so I'll just go with "favorite" instead.

Frontier: Elite II on the Amiga. Complete freedom to play how you wanted to play, so much to do, and so much to explore. No two games were ever the same, and no one game ever truly ended (until you got the crap blasted out of you, anyway).

On PC, X2: The Threat, since it's basically Frontier for the 21st century.

I love "sandbox" games, with a lot of freedom in them.


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#22 12 years ago
captwill;3306434mine are stuck between star trek bridge commander and halo there both amazing games

Yep Bridge Commander was a brilliant game, but my favourite game has got to be Gran Turismo 4 on PS2:thatsgreat:




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#23 12 years ago

Uhh, I hated Gran Turismo. It made me depressed.




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#24 12 years ago
badhairday;3310206:p best overall is Oblivion:bows: snd best is guild wars and Counter Strike source are tied and 3rd is Titan Quest all those games kick ass on my opinion:nodding: :bows: :cya:

Bah, Morrowind beats Oblivion by far in my oppinion, although if you just look some action in the game i can understand why you find Oblivion best game ever made. Also World of Warcraft is a lot better then Guild wars althiugh its expensive to play :( I always look in a game more then fancy grapahic with fancy fights. What i value most in a game is a good story and possibility to do whatever you like. Therefore: If you ask me best RPGs are Baldur's Gate (whole series), Final Fantasy 7, Kotor (1 and 2), Morrowind, Fallout(1 and 2), Icewind Dale 1 and 2, Planescape Torment, Vampire the Masquarade: Bloodlines, Deus EX 1. Too bad i never played Ultima because i hear its great :( The best adventures: ALL Lucas adventures, Discworld, Syberia. The best shooters in my oppinion are: Cybermage, Metal Gear solid, Tomb Raider 2, System Shock, Star Wars: Jedi Knight Outcast, Star Trek: Elite Force, Half Life 1. The best simulations: Wing Commander 3, Joint strike Fighter, Freelancer. The best strategies: Heroes of Might and Magic 2 and 3, Civilization (whole series), Masters of Magic, Red Alert, Warcraft 2. The best managers: Transport Tycoon, Theme Hospital, Tropico Island. The best car racing: Need for speed 5: Porsche Unleashed, Ignition, F1GP 2. That about covers it hehe. The most dissapointing games: Diablo series, Oblivion, Quake, Gothic series, Duke Nukem, Final Fantasy 8. Note: They are not bad games and there are a lot worse games out there, its just that i expected a lot of them and compared to the abovesaid games they just suck :(




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#25 12 years ago

I would have to say Saint's Row and Fable are great, but then again all of the GTA and FF (Final Fantasy) series rock. How can u say FF 8 was a disappointment? If u actually let it run through your viens, you'll realise what a huge mistake you've made. :p :0wned:




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#26 12 years ago

oh man this is a tough one...my top 5 choices would be both RA1&2, Armada 1&2, NASCAR Racing Season 2003(aka the best NASCAR game ever made!)




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#27 12 years ago

Dead Rising, Oblivion or Farcry you can't beat runing through a mall full of zombies wearing a servbot mask it's just unbeatable




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#28 12 years ago
Backlash-X;3318641I would have to say Saint's Row and Fable are great, but then again all of the GTA and FF (Final Fantasy) series rock. How can u say FF 8 was a disappointment? If u actually let it run through your viens, you'll realise what a huge mistake you've made. :p :0wned:

Well the problem with FF8 was that it didnt have such a good story as FF7 did. Also there was alot less mini games, and i didnt like the idea of merging magic to myself to make me stronger, because once you start using it you actualy become weaker. Also there is no mana, and you can summon elementals as many times as you wish (and it doesnt cost you anything, it even protects you, therefore using other forms of attack seems futile). I mean when i try to do some damage with magic all i do is 500 and i become weaker, because of merging magic system, ...with sword i do 200, but when i use elemental i do 3000 damage and it even protects my health. IN FF7 you have to think and use strategy, you have to combine all forms of combat, you even have to use items, so its never boring or the same. FF8 combat basicly comes to summoning elementals, so seeing same animation over 5000 times isnt my idea of fun. There was also alot less movies then in FF7, and aquiring new items seemed alot harder then in FF7. I played the game to the last CD, so i guess i saw 75 % of the game, so you cant blame me for feeling really dissaponted with the game. It really was a huge step back compared to FF7, and if you ask other people to give you the best FF game they will all say it was FF7 and some will also name FF6. Now dont get me wrong...FF8 isnt a bad game(there are far worse), but compared to FF7 it really really sucks. FF7 is one of my best games and it is the reason why i started to play RPG's in the first place, but FF8 was really the reason why i stopped buying FF games. I liked GTA, but Fable didnt really stick to me. Too short and not even half openended as they promised it would be. Too linear also. If you liked Fable, you should try Morrowind, or Gothic 3 or Oblivion. I think you will find them a lot better:)