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All Time Top 25 Games

  • Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic#35 in All Time Favorite Games#1Star Wars: Knights of the Old Re...Ninersfan4926's opinion: This game ranks right up there with the ME games for me. It has an awesome story-line and some fantastic characters. Feels just like Star Wars, but at the same time BioWare made something far more interesting IMO. The combat is pretty fun, especially some of the jedi powers. While this game has the good vs. evil choices, not my favorite since I prefer moral dilemmas, it does it as well as you can, as this is Star Wars, so there is going to be light vs. dark. The dynamic between the main character and Bastila is one of the most intriguing of any game I've played, and to me makes this the definitive Star Wars experience, even greater than any of the movies.
  • Mass Effect 2#3 in All Time Favorite Games#2Mass Effect 2Ninersfan4926's opinion: The game is phenomenal, as close to perfection as I have seen in a game, but not perfect so not a 10. I loved the first, but the combat was improved for the second, including better gunplay. ME2's story is great, but also a fantastic set-up for ME3 as it generates even more intrigue than the first. The game's choices contain moral ambiguity even more than the first. Replay value is second-to-none, as there are different classes, different choices, different squad mates, and, with an imported save even more variety. Also, the game's difficulty scales remarkably well compared to the first, and side quests are incorporated into the overall narrative well. Play the first, but play this even if you don't like the first.
  • Red Dead Redemption#11 in All Time Favorite Games#3Red Dead RedemptionNinersfan4926's opinion: This game is outstanding, bringing a refreshing setting with polished gameplay and one of the best narratives out there. It succeeds where GTA IV did not with its story, including a great cast of characters and one of the best endings in gaming. The Dead-eye mechanic enables great shooting to allow you to feel like a master by taking out many guys in a short period of time. The horses are beautifully animated. 100%ing this game is great fun, complete with treasure-hunting and much less annoying tasks than things such as shooting pigeons in GTA IV. I cannot really think of a flaw other than its overarching story taking a little bit of a backseat for parts of the game, but by the end you will not care about this at all.
  • Batman: Arkham City#56 in All Time Favorite Games#4Batman: Arkham CityNinersfan4926's opinion: This game is phenomenal. You feel like Batman, and the gameplay is second to none IMO. I do think it is better than the first, but only marginally. The detective mode is improved in this game as it did not hurt my eyes like in the first (may not apply to you). Everything is on a bigger scale than the first. The ending is very good, but that's all I'll say. One thing that is great about this game is the side quests. There are plenty, and they mix well with the main story with their added backstory. The music is good, and it's overflowing with content. Going for 100% will take a big chunk of time, with riddler trophies, challenge rooms, and side quests to boot. Overall, just a fantastic game and another great addition the Batman legacy.
  • Mass Effect#20 in All Time Favorite Games#5Mass EffectNinersfan4926's opinion: My second favorite game to ME2, this game is truly outstanding. It introduces a wonderful universe with great characters, an awesome story, and decent combat. There are some problems compared to the second, but most of them are minor. The soundtrack can hook you and make you feel awesome in the end. It has great replay value, with different squad members, different choices, and different classes, and indeed I played it 7 times, although that is a bit extreme. Make sure you play this before Mass Effect 2, as the second draws off this game a lot. Even if you don't like the combat, I urge you to turn it down to casual and rush through those parts, as this game is a masterpiece in interactive storytelling.
  • Heavy Rain#90 in All Time Favorite Games#6Heavy RainNinersfan4926's opinion: This game is simply brilliant. It is the most exhilarating game I have ever played. The story and soudntrack are top-notch, and I loved the QTE action sequences. I would recommend the playstation move for your first experience, as it does make it better. The game does have a few plot holes, but they're minor and shouldn't affect your enjoyment too much. It is its own genre. Even Indigo Prophecy does not belong because in Heavy Rain you cannot lose, there is no game over, the story just continues with the dead character. It has more memorable moments in 8 hours than any other game does in 50. And that's why few games have ever given me as much deep emotion as heavy rain, a phenomenal experience from start to finish.
  • The Witcher 2: Assassins of Kings#179 in All Time Favorite Games#7The Witcher 2: Assassins of King...
  • The Witcher#240 in All Time Favorite Games#8The Witcher
  • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time#1 in All Time Favorite Games#9The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of...Ninersfan4926's opinion: Brilliant, revolutionary game. Its bosses are great fun, and the temples are outstanding, better than the other Zelda games I have played, Wind Waker and Twilight princess. The side-quests are great fun and take some thinking, as do the temples. The story is decent, nothing phenomenal though, but the gameplay is just so good. I will always remember the Gerudo Desert song, and the rest of the soundtrack is stellar as well. Just an amazing game, and I rank it slightly lower than some other titles because I enjoyed their stories more, but this game is a must-play.
  • Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood#73 in All Time Favorite Games#10Assassin's Creed: BrotherhoodNinersfan4926's opinion: Definitely a better game than ACII. It has more gameplay improvements than people think with still a pretty good story. There's more variety in this game as well, and it is so much fun to play. I think people have this rated lower because there isn't as much change from AC2 to brotherhood as there is from AC1 to AC2, but that's because there was so much change from the first to the second. The greatest addition to this game is the killstreaks, as it made fun the big fights as opposed to AC2 when the big fights were just counter-fests. Brotherhood also adds in a multiplayer that is very different and fun.
  • Fallout 3#6 in All Time Favorite Games#11Fallout 3Ninersfan4926's opinion: I've put a good 60 hours into this on one play-through, but I intend to go back for another as it has a lot of replay value. I really do not like post-apocalyptic settings, but this game delivered an interesting world and a pretty good story compared to Oblivion. There are a number of improvements to Oblivion, too many to list, but the main one is the leveling system. There is a cool V.A.T.S targeting system, although it depends if you like leaving combat up to dice rolls, but you can't spam it. The perks system and side-quests are awesome. My biggest complaint is the weight system, but I hate those in general, as I end up spending too much time rearranging my inventory rather than playing in the world. A small complaint in a great game.
  • BioShock#10 in All Time Favorite Games#12BioShockNinersfan4926's opinion: This game is outstanding for a few reasons: a phenomenal story, a unique setting, and very cool gameplay. The story has an awesome twist, among the best all-time. However, that's not the only reason it has a great story. The game represents the problems of human nature. I can really sympathize with the antagonist Andrew Ryan, as he really was just a man with a dream that failed. He is one of the greatest characters of all time. I could go on and on, but just know that the more deeply you think about the game, the more meaning you will discover. The under-water city is awesome with very cool enemies. The plasmids really change up the gameplay, and it helps to make the best fps ever, IMO.
  • Excitebike 64#2422 in All Time Favorite Games#13Excitebike 64Ninersfan4926's opinion: Honestly, the Excitebike soccer mode is the greatness of this game. I have played hundreds of games, and it is so much fun and always full of laughter as two bikes struggle to push a massive ball into a massive goal. I am almost always laughing during the games, and it is for this reason, not the actual racing, that I gave it such a high score.
  • Mount & Blade: Warband#325 in All Time Favorite Games#14Mount & Blade: WarbandNinersfan4926's opinion: I love the medieval setting, and this is just the perfect game for me. The gameplay is the best of any rpg I have ever played, as it's just so satisfying to feel like a typical soldier in medieval times and rise to become a lord and even one day a king. There's so many more options though, you can start your own kingdom, whatever you want. Recruit/upgrade soldiers in a fun economy. I highly recommend the Floris mod. The only bad thing really is the lack of siege weaponry (just ladders/towers), the generic quests, and the cyclical wars that have little reasoning behind them. It makes the world a bit lifeless. Still, it's a great change of pace from normal save the world from monsters rpg's with gameplay that puts other rpg's to shame.
  • Grand Theft Auto IV#37 in All Time Favorite Games#15Grand Theft Auto IVNinersfan4926's opinion: GTA IV is a great experience. I had loads of fun with it, as the missions they created felt truly epic, probably because they felt crazy in a realistic setting. Outside the missions, there is some hilarious satire of a lot from the real world. However, I experienced many minor annoyances, too many to list. These detract from the overall experience, but the game is still great. Rockstar created an okay story here, but nothing compared to RDR, especially when comparing the characters. While not as great as RDR, GTA IV is definitely still worth a play, although its expansions in Episodes from Liberty City are better in nearly every way. For the purposes of my rankings, GTA IV includes its expansions in the "complete edition", as I played it.
  • Final Fantasy Tactics#89 in All Time Favorite Games#16Final Fantasy TacticsNinersfan4926's opinion: This game has one of the best stories and soundtracks of all time. There are more twists in this story than any I've ever seen in a game. The strategy rpg gameplay is very fun, although the difficulty is inconsistent. There is one part of the game that could force you to restart the entire game should your character not be good enough and not having an alternate save file. Near the end the game gets too easy. All that said, the story is so brilliant from start to finish that these things did not concern me at all. The dynamic between Ramza and Delita is so compelling. What I love most is that the story is mostly political, full of treachery and intrigue and not some cliché tale about invading monsters.
  • Shadow of the Colossus#18 in All Time Favorite Games#17Shadow of the ColossusNinersfan4926's opinion: Wow. One of the most unique experiences I've had with a game. Just 16 enemies, massive ones, but epic stuff. Great soundtrack, cool gameplay, although the controls are a little clunky. The story leaves a lot to your imagination. I can't even score this game, it's that different from every other game I've played.
  • Uncharted 2: Among Thieves#21 in All Time Favorite Games#18Uncharted 2: Among ThievesNinersfan4926's opinion: Phenomenal game. It's better than the first, but there's something I liked more about the first, maybe the setting or story. Those elements are still great in this game, plus everything else is better. Also comes with a fun multiplayer. The characters are very interesting. Overall it's just a great experience, a rush of immersion with very cool changes in scenery.
  • Assassin's Creed II#29 in All Time Favorite Games#19Assassin's Creed IINinersfan4926's opinion: Wow, biggest improvement in a series from the first game to the second I have ever seen. They actually allowed you to use stealth to assassinate most targets instead of the first game's tendency to get into boring, massive counter-fest battles. They made the story make a lot more sense (except weirder). I loved the different types of assassinations they added, the awesome outfits for Ezio, and the much improved characters from the first. I still disliked the open fighting, although they fixed it to a certain extent with smoke bombs (as you could toss one and run/kill everyone), and for this reason Brotherhood is a better game. Double-air-assassinations never get old. Some of my favorite gameplay ever, and the cities are beautiful as well.
  • Dragon Age: Origins#58 in All Time Favorite Games#20Dragon Age: OriginsNinersfan4926's opinion: Phenomenal game. Not as good as the Mass Effect series, but still great. A lot of the choices were very good, although it still does too much of the very good/very evil choices, whereas I like more moral ambiguity like in the ME series. I hated the combat, as it was very boring and felt too much like WoW, for example, with the sword animations that do not actually hit the enemies, but it was more fun as I could control anyone in the party. I recommend casual if you are like me and dislike the combat, as it will go by much quicker. The story is great, as usual with a BioWare game, and it has a lot of replay value with different choices, classes, etc. I prefer talking main characters as well. It has issues, but DA: O is still a great game.
  • Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal#151 in All Time Favorite Games#21Ratchet & Clank: Up Your Arsenal
  • Batman: Arkham Asylum#41 in All Time Favorite Games#22Batman: Arkham AsylumNinersfan4926's opinion: Phenomenal game, with some of my favorite game-play of all-time. The stealth parts are perfect, nothing like scaring the crap out of thugs, and the open-combat big fights are too fun as well with a very cool free-flow mechanic. Its story is pretty interesting, but again the game-play is the star here. While some boss fights were certainly lacking, the only thing I can really complain about is that it really stresses one's eyes. Some combination of the detective mode's flash of light with its x-ray filter sort of hurts the game's look. Other than that, however, this game is damn near perfect, and certainly some of the best game-play ever. I even replayed the demo it was so good. I think it's sequel outdoes it, but only barely.
  • The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker#24 in All Time Favorite Games#23The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Wa...Ninersfan4926's opinion: Very cool game, the second-best of the 3 zelda games I have played. As with the other two (OoT and Twilight princess), the game-play is fantastic, with cool items to solve cool puzzles. The story is actually pretty cool here as the game's setting builds upon past Zelda settings. Mainly, I liked how different it felt from other Zelda games, with the entire world being filled with water. Its graphics are very different as well, and the game provides some much needed variety from the other Zelda games. As for the combat, the game includes some cool new moves. Overall The Wind Waker is a great game, but it does not have as much of the epic feel Ocarina of Time had.
  • Ratchet & Clank#253 in All Time Favorite Games#24Ratchet & ClankNinersfan4926's opinion: Awesome game. Weapons are great, characters are cool and funny, and the story is okay. Just a load of fun, and the start of a great series. Actually my first ps2 game, and probably started the only ps2 series that I played that was actually great, as I missed out on a lot of great ps2 games. Not as good as the following two games, but still great.
  • The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion#14 in All Time Favorite Games#25The Elder Scrolls IV: OblivionNinersfan4926's opinion: This was my first game on the 360, and it truly is great despite having a plethora of flaws. The leveling system is terrible, the main story is generic, and the voice-acting is horrendous. However, it is one of the most addicting games I've played, with a great open-world (although it does not have much variety in locale) and some pretty cool combat. I put 100 hours into this on my first play-through, and it was extremely fun, especially two of the side-quest story-lines, the Dark Brotherhood and the Thieves' Guild, which actually had brilliant plots. There are some great items as well to provide for a great experience, although it still makes me play tetris with my inventory. Not as great as Fallout 3, but still phenomenal.

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  • I love gaming but am also into watching sports, mainly the NFL. I have all consoles this generation. I do try and play pc games, especially older classics on the cheap. I am all about the single-player/co-op, so if its single-player/co-op alone isn't worth a purchase, then I won't buy the game. That being said, I do play multiplayer from time to time, mainly for achievements or with friends. I value gameplay and story about the same. While I'm not a graphics whore, I will not play a current-Gen game without HD. I also would rather play a great game again than play a good game for the first time. Oh, and my favorite movie is easily Braveheart.

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  • Batman: Arkham City#13 in Best Current Favorites#3Batman: Arkham CityNinersfan4926's opinion: This game is phenomenal. You feel like Batman, and the gameplay is second to none IMO. I do think it is better than the first, but only marginally. The detective mode is improved in this game as it did not hurt my eyes like in the first (may not apply to you). Everything is on a bigger scale than the first. The ending is very good, but that's all I'll say. One thing that is great about this game is the side quests. There are plenty, and they mix well with the main story with their added backstory. The music is good, and it's overflowing with content. Going for 100% will take a big chunk of time, with riddler trophies, challenge rooms, and side quests to boot. Overall, just a fantastic game and another great addition the Batman legacy.
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Ninersfan4926's Reviews

Pokemon CrystalGame Freak (2000)

Pokemon Crystal

Review written Wednesday, August 29th, 2012 at 09:42 am.

8.5Fantastic

The best version of the best generation of Pokemon. Not much to say about it that I haven't about gold/silver, but I spent loads of time with this one as well.

Pokemon Ruby and SapphireGame Freak (2002)

Pokemon Ruby and Sapphire

Review written Wednesday, August 29th, 2012 at 09:40 am.

8.0Great

I had a load of fun with these games. Sure it's not nearly as good as the second generation, but I spent a ton of time with them. The legendaries are pretty damn cool, and there is pretty crazy quest line to get the regis even involving braille.

TrineFrozenbyte (2009)

Trine

Review written Monday, August 27th, 2012 at 10:46 am.

7.5Great

It's a solid game, but honestly the story is so generic, and I wish the game would have ended a couple hours sooner, it just started to drag towards the end. It is beautiful though, but I don't think some things were implemented very well. For one, with both the controller and mouse it was hard to get the game to register that you were in fact trying to draw a square or triangle. I switched to keyboard/mouse thinking it would be easier but it's not. You're also fighting the same enemies for the entire game, and it just starts to wear down after a while. I really love the one main song that plays in the title screen and at certain other times, it's beautiful. So, it's a good game and just about worth the $2.50 I paid for it.

Review written Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012 at 09:02 am.

8.0Great

The first Pokemon game I played, had a blast with it back in the day. Might have been the only Pokemon game in which I actually took a Pokemon to level 100 (Pikachu, of course), but I can't quite remember. Not as good as the second generation, but definitely a great game in its time, one of the most memorable childhood games for me.

Pokemon Gold and SilverGame Freak (1999)

Pokemon Gold and Silver

Review written Wednesday, August 22nd, 2012 at 08:58 am.

8.5Fantastic

Best Pokemon generation. Having two regions in one game is why it's the best. The only thing better in its predecessor were the starters, of course.

Mount & Blade: WarbandTaleworlds (2010)

Mount & Blade: Warband

Review written Tuesday, August 21st, 2012 at 11:31 am.

9.5Classic!

I love the medieval setting, and this is just the perfect game for me. The gameplay is the best of any rpg I have ever played, as it's just so satisfying to feel like a typical soldier in medieval times and rise to become a lord and even one day a king. There's so many more options though, you can start your own kingdom, whatever you want. Recruit/upgrade soldiers in a fun economy. I highly recommend the Floris mod. The only bad thing really is the lack of siege weaponry (just ladders/towers), the generic quests, and the cyclical wars that have little reasoning behind them. It makes the world a bit lifeless. Still, it's a great change of pace from normal save the world from monsters rpg's with gameplay that puts other rpg's to shame.

Review written Wednesday, July 11th, 2012 at 10:29 am.

8.0Great

This game's great, an interesting take on a post-apocalyptic setting due to the beautiful world filled with colors. The story's decent apart from the ending, which is just plain weird though still alright. The characters, though, are very good. The combat is pretty average, but there are some really nice moments in this game. A little on the short side though, probably around 8 hours. It's dirt cheap too, I've seen it for $5 on numerous occasions, and at that price you can't go wrong with this.

Heavy RainQuantic Dream (2010)

Heavy Rain

Review written Wednesday, July 11th, 2012 at 04:05 am.

9.5Classic!

This game is simply brilliant. It is the most exhilarating game I have ever played. The story and soudntrack are top-notch, and I loved the QTE action sequences. I would recommend the playstation move for your first experience, as it does make it better. The game does have a few plot holes, but they're minor and shouldn't affect your enjoyment too much. It is its own genre. Even Indigo Prophecy does not belong because in Heavy Rain you cannot lose, there is no game over, the story just continues with the dead character. It has more memorable moments in 8 hours than any other game does in 50. And that's why few games have ever given me as much deep emotion as heavy rain, a phenomenal experience from start to finish.

Plants vs. ZombiesPopCap Games (2009)

Plants vs. Zombies

Review written Tuesday, July 10th, 2012 at 05:33 am.

8.5Fantastic

This game is great and extremely addicting. It's has some great humor and charm, and I really enjoy the strategy. It also has tons of content with a full adventure mode, 20 mini games, in addition to puzzle and survival modes, I've played for over 25 hours and it's been great.

Final Fantasy VISquaresoft (1994)

Final Fantasy VI

Review written Friday, July 6th, 2012 at 11:31 pm.

7.5Great

This is a very good game. Many memorable moments like the first trip to the opera house, the discovery of an ancient castle, a nice cast of characters, and a fun magicite system are the best parts. However, the story is only OK, with predictable plot twists, one-dimensional but lovable characters, and a cliché plot. In comparison to FFT, Tactics blows it out of the water because the characters have true depth while the story is unpredictable and full of deep themes and emotions. As for the soundtrack, again it's OK at best, with only one or two great tracks like the Veldt. This game also employs a random battle system that I despise, and there is little thought to the combat. To each his own, but I fail to see how this is all-time great.

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