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guru Shane Jul 31, 2005, 02:08pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Most enjoyable games I have ever played...
I thought about putting mine in the order of preference, but it would have been too hard to decide on the order. lol

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B Aug 22, 2005, 09:15am EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Most enjoyable games I have ever played...
Half-Life 2
Counter-Strike Source/1.6
Far Cry
Starcraft (multiplayer only)
Max Payne 2
Sonic
Mortal Kombat 2
Half-Life
Unreal Tourniment 2004
Battlefield 2
GTA San Andres
Prince of Persia
Gran Turismo series
Burnout 3
NBA live 05/Street vol 2
Fifa 05

So much fun!
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Dr. Peaceful Aug 22, 2005, 10:41am EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Most enjoyable games I have ever played...
I am no hardcore gamer, but I do play games a lot, rather slowly, take a year or more for me to complete a game. Here are the games I like most, from oldest to the newest. Don't laugh some are pretty old.

- Wolfenstein 3D & Wolfenstein: The Spear of Destiny (the father of all FPS)
- Doom I & II (double barrel shotgun, shoot'em up!)
- Ace of Pacific (excellent WWII airplane game at the time)
- Red Neck Rampage (you can shoot chicken, funniest FPS ever)
- Carmagedon (yuck, but funny)
- 007: Golden Eye (N64 version, one of the few FPS that you can hold two guns simultaneously)
- Comanche (most enjoyable helicopter game from Novalogic)
- Need For Speed I, II, III, IV, and Porche Unleash (great racing game series)
- Armor Fist I & II (great tank game series, again from Novalogic)
- Delta Force I, II, Land Warrior, Task Force Dagger, and Black Hawk Down (great tatical FPS series,
Novalogic rules!)
- Secret Service: In Harm's Way (low budget FPS, but excellently made)
- Age of Empire II (great strategy game)
- 007: Night Fire (another great 007 game)
- Return to the Castle of Wolfenstein (great sequel!)

That's about it.

Paul B Aug 22, 2005, 10:56am EDT Report Abuse
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Zeldas - Link to the Past, Majoras Mask and Ocarina of Time (still havent gotten around to playing NES versions)
Chrono Trigger - still trying for different endings
Contra
Rock 'n' Roll Racing - Amazing SNES game. Used to play it for hours
Starcraft - Mainly online
Warcraft II - Classic
Final Fantasy 8 - Wish I got the chance to finish this game before my brother took our PS. My personal favourite FF of the PS+ era
Wolfenstein: ET and AA - Good, FREE games.
Ultima Online - :)
Mario Karts
Smash Bros. games - A load of fun
Vigilante 8 - We used to go 4-player (N64) and play for hours.

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GreekTony Aug 23, 2005, 09:11pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Most enjoyable games I have ever played...
i can't believe no one mentioned xcom or sensible soccer......and you peeps call yourself gamers!!!!

TheDuke Aug 24, 2005, 02:41am EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Most enjoyable games I have ever played...
GUILD WARS

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majid Aug 24, 2005, 05:42pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Most enjoyable games I have ever played...
Command and Conquer Generals
Command and Conquer Tiberian Sun
Serious Sam the Second Encounter
Age of emipires I and II with expansion packs
Age of Mythology
GTA Vice City
Medal of Honour Allied Assault
Rayman 2
The Original Rayman for windows 3.1 and 95 - Probably the best game ever created and years ahead of it's time, my first good pc game.
Dungeon Keeper 2
Worms Armaggeddon

J H Aug 26, 2005, 06:02pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Most enjoyable games I have ever played...
Hide the sausage was my fav game, lol.

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Sean Costello Aug 26, 2005, 06:31pm EDT Report Abuse
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that sounds like a game micheal jackson plays with kids on Never Land Ranch LMAO

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rex langdon Aug 26, 2005, 07:27pm EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Most enjoyable games I have ever played...
GTA series
Max Payne 1 and 2
FARCRY
No one lives forever 1 and 2
mafia for the music and story line
contract J.A.C.K. best multigame ever!
F.E.A.R. demo Niiiiiiiccccccceeeeee

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Mort1616 Aug 28, 2005, 08:33am EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Most enjoyable games I have ever played...
Lots of lists of good games, but I made a new thread about the best game. Come and tell us why you think your fave game is the best. Thread is : "best game ever?"

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mothow Aug 28, 2005, 09:10am EDT Report Abuse
>> Re: Most enjoyable games I have ever played...
in thrid grade seeing who could pee all way across the urinal..lol

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