Describe Your Taste in Games Using Only 5 Titles!

  • @Kaminski I mentioned Uncharted to kill a few birds with one stone. To fit under the 5 game limit.

    I like action adventures, platformers. And cinematic games can be cool when played moderately. Along with other things that make U4 great.

  • Super Mario World
    Mass Effect 2
    Uncharted 2: Among Thieves
    Diablo II
    Final Fantasy X

  • Portal 2
    Super Mario World
    Jak and Daxter
    Pokemon Emerald
    Team Fortress 2

    I'd never considered this before, but it makes sense that these 5 all have a certain levity to them.

    *List may contain an over-representation of platforming

  • @Doctor-Professor I really dig the character designs in Hoenn. They're the most relatable characters in the series to me.

  • These aren't necessarily my all time favourites but I think they

    Rayman Origins - Give me something that's just FUN, with some killer gameplay.
    Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door - Be funny and humourous and change up a well known universe.
    Bastion - I love hub worlds that gradually build up as you progress through the game. Also, have a fucking amazing soundtrack.
    Heavy Rain - I do like pretty graphics and realism sometimes. And I do like a bloody good yarn and mystery.
    PT - I like to be scared shitless and to figure shit out.

    This is bloody difficult.

  • Shenmue II
    (Take me on a journey.)

    Final Fantasy VIII
    (Love JRPGs, amazing soundtrack, and video games need more romance)

    Bioshock Infinite
    (Love immersive games)

    Mass Effect 3
    (High stakes, choose your own adventure, and interesting Characters)

    Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
    (Great boss battles, Snake Eater theme will always trigger happiness, and sometimes I love some back door shady deals complicated plot)

  • Tetris
    Super Mario RPG
    Mega Man X

  • Project Gotham Racing 4 (Very high production value arcade racing)
    The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask (3D Zelda, heavy on the atmosphere)
    The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, Xbox 360 (Open world with strong lore and as much flexibility as possible...on console!)
    Unreal Tournament 2003 (Non-realistic twitch shooter)
    Sim City 2000: Special Edition (World-building simulator with lots of variables and an easy-on-the-eyes art style)

    Honorable mention: Banjo-Kazooie (Charming and deep 3D platformer)

  • Animal Crossing
    Super Mario 64
    Dwarf Fortress
    Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
    The Witcher 3

  • Super Mario World
    Metal Gear Solid 3
    Dark Souls
    The Witcher 3

  • The Witcher 3
    God of War 2
    Metal Gear Solid
    Resident Evil Remake
    Persona 5

  • Squad
    Persona 3
    Dark Souls
    Metal Gear Solid 3