- 2 years ago
My first let’s play! Come and watch if you’d like! It’s [PROTOTYPE2]
Am I caught up yet…? I’m not entirely sure. I have a terrible time telling how many days have passed. Maybe that’s part of my terrible memory…? I don’t know, can’t remember. ANYWAY, I’m going to be doing some let’s plays soon. Does anyone have any suggestions? I’d really like to know everyone’s opinion. At the moment, I’m limited to Wii and Gamecube games, and any Virtual Console games. But that will soon change when I find out where those cords are for my 360 and PS3… Oh, and my PS3 will be able to do PS2 and PSO games. Well, let me know you guys! And thank you! :D
Penumbra: Black Plague (PC, Released 2008)
This game. This here game. It’s good. This game is a sequel to Penumbra: Overture, and although this one didn’t have as many scares as the first, it was still a great game. This one was a little more of a thinker than the first, and that was ok. Some great puzzles, and a great “conclusion” to the story. I say it like that, because this one was supposed to be the end of the Penumbra series, but then they made Penumbra: Requiem, and well… I’ll talk about that another time. Anyway, this one was great. Equal amount of survival horror and puzzle solving.
Castle Crashers (360, PS3, Released 2008, 2010)
This is possibly my favorite side-scroller beat ‘em up/brawlers of all time. This game had so many characters, and I’ve gotten them all twice because my game has glitched twice and deleted all of my character data twice. But, what ev’s. Anyway, it had some great comedy in it as well, and considering it was a Newgrounds project by the Behemoth, it was expected. My friend and I beat this game so many times, I’ve lost count. There’s just so much content in this game, I couldn’t just beat it once, and I love games like that. Green Knight all the way!
Final Fantasy XII (PS2, Released 2006)
This game is one of my favorite Final Fantasy games because of a few things. One of them being, it was pretty unique at the time. It was, like, a single player MMORPG. There’s no other way I can explain it. Another reason being that the graphics were SO GOOD for a PS2 game at the time. I was blown away, and even now I’m surprised that it was released for PS2. I love the character designs for all of the characters. Also, there were so many side-quests, it was unbelievable. It takes hours and hours to do everything in the game, and I have yet to do everything. I haven’t even finished the game, I was just so sucked into all of the extra quests. The story was great too, it was just one of those games that was truly a unique JRPG for it’s time, and even now.
- 2 years ago
Kirby’s Dream Land 2 (Game Boy, Released 1995)
So, it was totally Kirby’s birthday yesterday, and so, I’m putting this game up next for my top 100 videogames. This was my first Gameboy game, and I bought my first Gameboy to play it. I remember picking them up at Target. I got a green Gameboy pocket, and this was the game I wanted. To this day, I still have the Gameboy and Kirby’s Dream Land 2. Kirby is a big part of my childhood, because this was one of my first games ever. It was such a good game, one of Kirby’s best adventures in my opinion.
- 2 years ago
Super Smash Bros. (N64, Released 1999)
So, I decided I’d put this one up today because of the announcement of Playstation All-Stars Battle Royal. Well, I love this game. The first in the Super Smash Bros. series, and the start of some awesome games. I remember the first day I ever played it, I had no idea what it was, and I thought it was awesome! I was amazed that I could play as Kirby or Pikachu in the same game! And then, every time my friends got together at my house, we would rent it from Blockbuster so we could all play it, and then I finally was able to own it, and it was one of my favorite games on the N64.
The World Ends With You (DS, Released 2008)
Ahhh, this game. I love this game. The soundtrack. The story. The characters. The gameplay. Everything. The moment I had heard about this game, I had a feeling it was going to be good. I never knew it was going to be this good. A lengthy main story may be enough to make a good game, but there needs to be more than that to be one of my favorite games of all time. This is one of those games with more than just a main story. There are so many extras hidden away after you complete the game which makes this game more than worthwhile to play. I am in love with extra stuff in games. The more collectibles, the better. I encourage everyone to try this game if they have a DS.
Ratchet & Clank Going Commando (PS2, Released 2003)
So, the first randomly chosen game in my list of 100 Top favorite videogames is, well, this one. To be honest, I have not played the first one, and this wasn’t the first one I played. I actually came into the series a bit later on, when Deadlock came out. I decided these games looked fun, and bought this one and Up your Arsenal. At the time, they were both greatest hits, so they were fairly cheap, and I fell in love instantly. This was the game that got me to start playing the games of this fantastic series, and therefore, it deserves a place on this list. It’s really a great game, and if you enjoy loads and loads of explosions, crazy weapons, and some good clean humor, this is the game for you.