Games you consider 10/10.

  • Final Fantasy VII
    The Last of Us
    Uncharted 4: A Thief's End (Single Player)

  • None, actually. I'm very picky. A game would have to be virtually perfect on all accounts for me to say it's a 10.

    I give Worms Armageddon a 9.9 - the online setup is a bit buggy, though patches have improved that, and it may someday be a 10.

    Perfect Dark is a 9.8 - love just about everything, but the multiplayer framerate and some weak cutscenes are a barrier to perfection.

    Majora's Mask, 9.8 as well. - some of the dungeons are too easy.

    TES IV: Oblivion, 9.5 - amazing to play, but it's rough around the edges both in graphics and game mechanics.

    There are actually only about 15-20 games in total that I give above a 9.0... :\

  • My list is kinda boring. These are probably the most often mentioned 10/10 games. But I love them nonetheless.

    The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time: I remember how on release day after school I ran through the entire city trying to find a store that still had a copy. I managed to get the last one in the 4th or 5th store that I entered. I played this game deep into the night. My mother had to cut the electricity for my room to keep me from playing it. Such a great game in every single aspect.

    The Last of Us: There are a lot of reasons to like the game. What I liked most about it was probably that it's "full of context", as Kyle would say. The acting, facial animations, and music are the very best that gaming had produced up to this point.

    • Journey
    • Resident Evil 4
    • The Last of Us
    • Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
    • Mass Effect 2
    • Transistor

    No games are perfect, but these all come very close.

  • Man I love all these games suggested. But holy moly I'm the first to suggest witcher 3???!!! That game series turned me into the equivalent of a twilight fan.

  • The Last of Us
    Uncharted 4
    MGS V: The Phantom Pain (The story isn't as good as other Metal Gears, but it's still the best stealth game ever made.
    Super Mario Galaxy 1/2
    A Link to the Past/A Link Between Worlds
    Pac Man DX

  • Most of mine have been mentioned already, but I'll add a couple that are 10's in my opinion

    • Super Mario 64
    • Halo CE

    Edit - I'll also add Call of Duty/United Offensive

  • My personal 10's are:

    Super Mario World (probably the best Jump 'n Run Game ever!)
    Super Metroid (Best SNES game ever imo, the Music and Atmosphere is second to none)
    Lufia II (the best SNES RPG for sure!)
    Final Fantasy VII
    Deus Ex (best PC game ever made!)
    Deus Ex: Human Revolution (the best game of the last gen imo)
    Max Payne & Max Payne II
    Persona 4 (Golden) (maybe the best RPG i ever played)
    GTA III (still my fav. GTA)
    Half-Life & Half-Life 2 (the best FPS i ever played!)
    The Legend of Zelda: Links Awakening

  • Persona 4 - Best game there is in my opinion.

    Papers Please - I think that game does what it intended flawlessly, and it is perfect in every way that matters.

    Super Mario Galaxy - That game is just a perfect 3D platformer (haven't played 2)

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    Prove me wrong, if you dare.

  • @Krauser said in Games you consider 10/10.:


    Prove me wrong, if you dare.

    I can because i may not into girly emo JRPGs. but i respect your opinion for liking it.

  • Deus Ex 1, Dead Space 2, Suikoden 2 and Baldur's Gate 2 are the only ones I can think of off the top of my head.

    Part of the reason I feel that they're 10/10 is also because of how much I've replayed them (replaying games isn't even something I normally do in the first place).

  • final fantasy tactics war or the lions my all time favorite story in a video game
    legend of zelda ocarina of time
    paper mario
    f-zero gx

  • I could write an essay on why I believe SOCOM II is the best multiplayer ever made but I'll summarize by saying that it was

    A) ahead of its time for console MP (social features, friends lists, clan support, basically invented GameBattles)

    B) maps curated around game modes as opposed to generic maps

    C) Tactical and skill based

    D) Taunts and Victory Dance!!

    10/10 for me

  • Kotor and Diablo 2. Gotta show the turn-of-the-century western RPGs some pride and love. A remake of Kotor, keeping the old turn-based combat is my wet dream. (P.s. Hey Blizzard the D3 season were fun once upon a time, but its time for a new expansion)

  • For its time: Age of empires 2, Call of duty two. Now Dark Souls 3, Uncharted 4, Crisis core

  • Ocarina of Time, Majora's Mask, The Wind Waker, Okami, and Twilight Princess (though Wind Waker is the lowest 10 of those 10s). Every new Monster Hunter game. Skyrim and The Last of Us, of course, and Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door (Super Paper Mario is great too, but not quite a "10.").

    Metroid Prime 3: Corruption: This game is weirdly underrated for being an unrelenting space epic. It has the most stunning art direction in a Metroid game coupled with puzzles and bosses that put it on the level of Zelda. Just everything about it oozes cool, from the PED suit to the Ridley fight in the elevator, to the climactic story and soundtrack. The derelict ship mission has an incredible atmosphere, as well as one of the cleverest and most intelligent jump scares I've ever seen. Finish the fight.

  • I'm a firm believer next to nothing deserves a 10. Most of my favorite games I'd give an 8 or a 9 to, but for something to get a 10 I'd have to be willing to say it is utterly flawless. Generally speaking I think the closest I'd normally come is Ghost Trick. It's not even on my personal top 10 favorite games but it's as close as most games I've played has ever come to being perfect.

    The only exception to that rule is Tetris, specifically the Game Boy version.

  • Without sounding like a teachers pet, Bloodborne + Old Hunters is a legit 10. Ocarina of Time (on the 3ds) would be my other.

    I love how both games have complete different approaches to their level 1. Kokiri Forest is peaceful and upbeat. The Deku Tree has no moving enemies (excluding the boss) and the puzzles are usually one or two steps. It eases you into combat and puzzle solving, and feels very appropriate both because you as the character are a child beginning your adventure, and you as the player are new to the game. This all makes the change in tone when you become an adult is so impactful because the game had already established a simpler time. It makes you feel nostalgic for the beginning of the game in a very powerful way.

    Bloodborne is on the complete opposite side. "Don't think too hard about all of this, just go out and kill a few beasts". The game's only instruction, a message to both the player and the character as you dive head first into this terrible, lycanthropic world. You aren't given any time to think about why this is all happening, only given time to be terrified and stressed. It throws you in with giant groups of patrolling enemies, very challenging werewolves that cannot be separated, and very challenging first boss. It makes you prove that you want to go on this adventure. And then when you return, maybe to explore or to collect blood viles, you'll feel a huge sense of progression in characters power, and in your own skill.

    Of course these games are so much more then their first levels. Both games match player motivation and character motivation perfectly. They aren't afraid to frustrate, or to bore you. They halt your progression so you will explore their world and stumble upon it's many secrets. Then when you finally succeed, you feel proud and accomplished. I really feel like when I left these games, I was a better person than when I began.

  • I'll do one from each Nintendo console/handheld:

    NES: Gimmick!
    Gameboy: Kirby's Dream Land 2
    SNES: Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island
    Nintendo 64: Mischief Makers
    Game Boy Color: The Legend of Zelda: Oracle of Ages+Seasons (They're basically one big game.)
    Game Boy Advance: Wario Land 4
    Nintendo GameCube: Final Fantasy: Crystal Chronicles
    Nintendo DS: Advance Wars: Dual Strike
    Wii: Xenoblade Chronicles
    Nintendo 3DS: Rune Factory 4
    Wii U: Bayonetta 2

    Tried to go for games nobody else has named yet. The Wii was the absolute hardest, but I'm confident in that pick. Sorry nothing weird like Virtual Boy. I've never had the chance to play one, and I sort of doubt there's a single 10 on that system.