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All Time Top 25 Games

  • Kingdom Hearts II#53 in All Time Favorite Games#1Kingdom Hearts II
  • Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater#30 in All Time Favorite Games#2Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
  • Psychonauts#158 in All Time Favorite Games#3Psychonauts
  • Grim Fandango#177 in All Time Favorite Games#4Grim Fandango
  • Silent Hill 2#79 in All Time Favorite Games#5Silent Hill 2
  • Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy#201 in All Time Favorite Games#6Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Le...
  • Journey (2012)#147 in All Time Favorite Games#7Journey (2012)
  • The Walking Dead#61 in All Time Favorite Games#8The Walking Dead
  • Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney#134 in All Time Favorite Games#9Phoenix Wright: Ace Attorney
  • Killer7#461 in All Time Favorite Games#10Killer7RabbitKing's opinion: Suda51 is commonly seen as a developer whose trademark is just how bizarrely over-the-top his work is. And in terms of weirdness, his crowning achievement is Killer7.
  • Star Wars: Battlefront II#70 in All Time Favorite Games#11Star Wars: Battlefront IIRabbitKing's opinion: I love Star Wars immensely, and a game that allows me to step inside the shoes of a droid, clone, or rebel earns high points from me right out the gate. While the original Battlefront was amazing, Battlefront II is even better, since it allows for more gameplay modes, more maps to play in, and grants you the ability to play as main characters from the movies, as well as introducing space battles. Battlefront II is the one game that I've played with friends more than any other multiplayer game, and while part of it comes from the spectacle of the Star Wars universe, part of it also comes from just how fun the game really is. Experimenting with character classes, maps, and vehicles is so much fun when everything is Star Wars themed.
  • Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver#363 in All Time Favorite Games#12Legacy of Kain: Soul ReaverRabbitKing's opinion: The Legacy of Kain series is one that wreaks of wasted potential. Themes of betrayal, power, black vs. black morality, and fate perpetuate the series. The complex themes present are backed up by a complex storyline, lofty writing, and masterful vocal performances. However, the series was plagued by clunky controls and ultra-confusing puzzles. Despite all of this, the second installment, Soul Reaver, stands out among the rest for making these problems seem far inferior to the overall presentation. The story and atmosphere is what keeps you playing Soul Reaver, and never again would the series exhibit the same level of poignancy that Soul Reaver reaches within the first few minutes of its playtime.
  • Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge#226 in All Time Favorite Games#13Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Reven...RabbitKing's opinion: An undisputed comedy classic, the sequel to the original Monkey Island improved on everything that Secret of Monkey Island set out to do. Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge offers a larger map to explore, more characters to interact with, a darker tone, a more complex story, more puzzles, and a deepened mythos. Suddenly the world of Monkey Island wasn't just a backdrop for Guybrush and friends. It was its own universe that gamers wanted to explore more in the sequels. However, with this intention to make everything bigger, there is the pressure that the charm from the original Monkey Island could be lost. Luckily, the writing and comedy remains intact as the world of Monkey Island 2 is expanded.
  • Kingdom Hearts#54 in All Time Favorite Games#14Kingdom HeartsRabbitKing's opinion: The combination of Disney-based settings and action RPG gameplay developed by the old kings of RPGs, Square Enix is one made in Heaven. The first game in the series is not without its issues. Many of the worlds you visit are difficult to navigate due to their insistence on forcing you to leap across platforms, and the gummi ship missions are a bit tedious. This game makes up for its shortcomings in a huge way. The game is blessed with the natural magic that is carried with the Disney name, and the RPG elements insure that you will be willing to revisit and explore the different worlds in order to level up, find secrets like Dalmatians and Winnie the Pooh book pages, and craft new weapons and upgrades. Also the story is classic.
  • Conker's Bad Fur Day#182 in All Time Favorite Games#15Conker's Bad Fur DayRabbitKing's opinion: Much like how the gaming market is over saturated by derivative FPS games today, back in the 90s, the market was overwhelmed by cutesy cartoon animal centric 3D platformers. Conker's Bad Fur Day was created for the sole purpose of making a mockery of the entire genre by creating a game that was filled to the brim with coarse language, sexual content, gore, pop culture references, and poop. However, as much as the game attacks its respective genre, it at the same time presents itself as one of the finest 3D platformers ever made. Although there are some camera issues that limit the impressiveness of the platforming aspects, the level design, outrageous scenarios, and layout of the world of Conker's Bad Fur Day make up for control issues.
  • Saints Row 2#239 in All Time Favorite Games#16Saints Row 2RabbitKing's opinion: Saints Row 2 understands way more than GTA what gamers are looking for when they are playing a sandbox game, and that is to wreak havoc in the most over-the-top and comedic fashion for kicks. Saints Row 2 is the much more lighthearted and fun loving than its contemporary sandbox games. The over-the-top scenarios and ridiculous characters fit much nicer into the bombastic and silly environment of Stillwater. It's a game that tries harder than anything else to be pure fun and nothing else. However, its rather immature exterior is backed up by genuine moments of drama, and a sense of power progression.
  • Bully#428 in All Time Favorite Games#17BullyRabbitKing's opinion: With Rockstar's oeuvre dominated by images of blood, violence, and overt sexual content, it's easy to look down on Bully as "GTA for kids" and something not meant to be taken seriously. In reality, Bully might just be my favorite thing Rockstar ever put out. There are countless games that allow you to step into the shoes of a gangster or a street thug and raise hell, but Bully is special because it puts you in the shoes of a more familiar protagonist, a high school rebel. It's also got a great sense of humor and gives off a feeling of childlike exploration and rebellious nature, which is difficult to find in many games today which are so obsessed with being M-rated.
  • Red Dead Redemption#12 in All Time Favorite Games#18Red Dead RedemptionRabbitKing's opinion: From the kings of the sandbox comes an open world experience like no other. The fact that few games experiment with the Wild West setting is a travesty when you realize just how expertly the setting is used from a gameplay and storytelling perspective in Red Dead Redemption. Red Dead Redemption crafts a world that is both ruthless and beautiful. The game does a great job at making you feel like a real cowboy in a way that is difficult to explain. You get the sense that the world around you exists for its own sake, and cares little about you as an individual, and only you yourself can tame the wild frontier.
  • Shadow of the Colossus#18 in All Time Favorite Games#19Shadow of the ColossusRabbitKing's opinion: One of those games that everyone points to as being a masterpiece and exhibit A in the "why video games are art" argument, Shadow of the Colossus is definitely unlike any other game you have ever played before in terms of presentation and mood. The mystery of this barren landscape beckons for the player to set forth and explore. Each colossus you encounter has a unique weakness and fighting style that you must take the time to become acquainted with and then take the initiative and kill the beast on your own. And while the feeling of accomplishment is grand, you are always wondering until the very end of the game why you are really doing this.
  • Batman: Arkham City#55 in All Time Favorite Games#20Batman: Arkham CityRabbitKing's opinion: Arkham City, the sequel to Arham Asylum, may fall flat in some story aspects when compared to its predecessor, Arkham Asylum. Where Asylum benefitted from a linear design, it allowed for a more focused storyline. In City, the map is more open-world with a larger slant toward exploration, which led to some confusion in the story. However, these are nitpicks when you realize just how much stuff there is to do in Arkham City. Countless amounts of villains for Batman to track down and destroy, Riddler trophies abound, challenges, and endless fun to be had just zip lining and gliding through a downtrodden urban environment is enough to appease any die-hard fan of the caped crusader. The game is crammed to the brim with content.
  • Portal 2#5 in All Time Favorite Games#21Portal 2RabbitKing's opinion: It's difficult to find a game that manages to blend humor and technically impressive and inventive gameplay into one single package. One of the greatest sequels out there, Portal 2 not only adds a few more layers of depth to the gameplay formula established by its predecessor, but it also expands on the world of Aperture Science. When you're not being subjected to the monotone cynicism of GLaDOS, you are bombarded with hilarious quotes from the paranoid fast-talker Wheatley, and the enigmatic Cave Johnson. With an additional co-op mode added on, Portal 2 does just about everything that one can expect a sequel to do.
  • Sam & Max: Beyond Time and Space#1645 in All Time Favorite Games#22Sam & Max: Beyond Time and SpaceRabbitKing's opinion: Before Telltale was recognized as the creators of The Walking Dead game, their mascots were Sam and Max, a dog and rabbit crime fighting duo, whose misadventures were just as insane as they were. Sam's unflinching playful apathy and Max's delightfully homicidal urges led to some of the funniest dialogue exchanges ever heard in a video game. Their episodic adventures in Sam & Max Beyond Time and Space are some of their most absurd. In this game, you encounter time traveling mariachi men, a demonically-possessed Santa Claus, and a sexy punk vampire. I should probably mention the puzzle design in this game, but I'm much to busy staring in awe at the amount of creativity that went into some of these stories.
  • I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream#1529 in All Time Favorite Games#23I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scre...RabbitKing's opinion: Old point-and-click adventure games have a tightly knit niche audience that look back on the time where LucasArts and Sierra games ruled the market with misty nostalgic eyes. However, there were some great titles that came out of other developers that also get a lot of attention, and one of my favorite games in the genre is I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream. With many other adventure games, what makes this title stand out isn't just its interestingly bizarre puzzles, but mostly the setting, characters, and story. It's a story that gave me literal nightmares and deals with heavy and dark topics that many developers nowadays wouldn't even have the stomach to touch on.
  • PaRappa the Rapper#1419 in All Time Favorite Games#24PaRappa the RapperRabbitKing's opinion: It's difficult for me to find a game that consistently makes me smile. PaRappa the Rapper is one of those games that seems aimed at small children, but instead enjoys an audience of older people. It's a good rhythm game that is similar to Simon says, in that you are required to repeat the beats laid down by your opponent. However, you also have to put your own spin on everything for extra points, allowing you to experiment with the rhythm here and there. However, that's not the main reason people like this game so much. It's adorable. It's one of the most adorable games I've ever played. It's downright impossible for me to dislike this game because of this.
  • Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attractive People#2399 in All Time Favorite Games#25Strong Bad's Cool Game for Attra...RabbitKing's opinion: In terms of gameplay, SBCG4AP is nothing special. It's a casual point-and-click adventure game experience from the folks over at Telltale. The puzzles are decent, never coming off as too challenging, but never really holding your hand to the extent that some other titles in the genre do. However, being a big fan of the Homestar Runner web cartoon, I couldn't help but appreciate the many in-jokes, and just how faithful the game stayed to what made the original cartoon so charming. It's the greatest piece of fan service I've seen since Final Fantasy X-2.

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  • Conker's Bad Fur Day#11 in Best N64 Games#1Conker's Bad Fur DayRabbitKing's opinion: Much like how the gaming market is over saturated by derivative FPS games today, back in the 90s, the market was overwhelmed by cutesy cartoon animal centric 3D platformers. Conker's Bad Fur Day was created for the sole purpose of making a mockery of the entire genre by creating a game that was filled to the brim with coarse language, sexual content, gore, pop culture references, and poop. However, as much as the game attacks its respective genre, it at the same time presents itself as one of the finest 3D platformers ever made. Although there are some camera issues that limit the impressiveness of the platforming aspects, the level design, outrageous scenarios, and layout of the world of Conker's Bad Fur Day make up for control issues.
  • Pokemon Snap#15 in Best N64 Games#2Pokemon Snap
  • Banjo-Kazooie#7 in Best N64 Games#3Banjo-Kazooie
  • The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask#3 in Best N64 Games#4The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Ma...
  • Diddy Kong Racing#14 in Best N64 Games#5Diddy Kong Racing
  • Super Smash Bros.#5 in Best N64 Games#6Super Smash Bros.
  • GoldenEye 007#4 in Best N64 Games#7GoldenEye 007
  • Jet Force Gemini#24 in Best N64 Games#8Jet Force Gemini

RabbitKing's Reviews

Killer7Grasshopper Manufacture (2005)

Killer7

Review written Monday, August 18th, 2014 at 10:40 pm.

8.5Fantastic

Suda51 is commonly seen as a developer whose trademark is just how bizarrely over-the-top his work is. And in terms of weirdness, his crowning achievement is Killer7.

Star Wars: Battlefront IIPandemic Studios (2005)

Star Wars: Battlefront II

Review written Monday, August 18th, 2014 at 10:33 pm.

9.0Fantastic

I love Star Wars immensely, and a game that allows me to step inside the shoes of a droid, clone, or rebel earns high points from me right out the gate. While the original Battlefront was amazing, Battlefront II is even better, since it allows for more gameplay modes, more maps to play in, and grants you the ability to play as main characters from the movies, as well as introducing space battles. Battlefront II is the one game that I've played with friends more than any other multiplayer game, and while part of it comes from the spectacle of the Star Wars universe, part of it also comes from just how fun the game really is. Experimenting with character classes, maps, and vehicles is so much fun when everything is Star Wars themed.

Legacy of Kain: Soul ReaverCrystal Dynamics (1999)

Legacy of Kain: Soul Reaver

Review written Monday, August 18th, 2014 at 10:22 pm.

8.0Great

The Legacy of Kain series is one that wreaks of wasted potential. Themes of betrayal, power, black vs. black morality, and fate perpetuate the series. The complex themes present are backed up by a complex storyline, lofty writing, and masterful vocal performances. However, the series was plagued by clunky controls and ultra-confusing puzzles. Despite all of this, the second installment, Soul Reaver, stands out among the rest for making these problems seem far inferior to the overall presentation. The story and atmosphere is what keeps you playing Soul Reaver, and never again would the series exhibit the same level of poignancy that Soul Reaver reaches within the first few minutes of its playtime.

Review written Monday, August 18th, 2014 at 12:18 am.

9.5Classic!

An undisputed comedy classic, the sequel to the original Monkey Island improved on everything that Secret of Monkey Island set out to do. Monkey Island 2: LeChuck's Revenge offers a larger map to explore, more characters to interact with, a darker tone, a more complex story, more puzzles, and a deepened mythos. Suddenly the world of Monkey Island wasn't just a backdrop for Guybrush and friends. It was its own universe that gamers wanted to explore more in the sequels. However, with this intention to make everything bigger, there is the pressure that the charm from the original Monkey Island could be lost. Luckily, the writing and comedy remains intact as the world of Monkey Island 2 is expanded.

Review written Monday, August 18th, 2014 at 12:12 am.

8.5Fantastic

Much like how the gaming market is over saturated by derivative FPS games today, back in the 90s, the market was overwhelmed by cutesy cartoon animal centric 3D platformers. Conker's Bad Fur Day was created for the sole purpose of making a mockery of the entire genre by creating a game that was filled to the brim with coarse language, sexual content, gore, pop culture references, and poop. However, as much as the game attacks its respective genre, it at the same time presents itself as one of the finest 3D platformers ever made. Although there are some camera issues that limit the impressiveness of the platforming aspects, the level design, outrageous scenarios, and layout of the world of Conker's Bad Fur Day make up for control issues.

Kingdom HeartsSquaresoft (2002)

Kingdom Hearts

Review written Sunday, August 17th, 2014 at 11:41 pm.

9.0Fantastic

The combination of Disney-based settings and action RPG gameplay developed by the old kings of RPGs, Square Enix is one made in Heaven. The first game in the series is not without its issues. Many of the worlds you visit are difficult to navigate due to their insistence on forcing you to leap across platforms, and the gummi ship missions are a bit tedious. This game makes up for its shortcomings in a huge way. The game is blessed with the natural magic that is carried with the Disney name, and the RPG elements insure that you will be willing to revisit and explore the different worlds in order to level up, find secrets like Dalmatians and Winnie the Pooh book pages, and craft new weapons and upgrades. Also the story is classic.

Review written Sunday, August 17th, 2014 at 11:39 pm.

8.0Great

Before Telltale was recognized as the creators of The Walking Dead game, their mascots were Sam and Max, a dog and rabbit crime fighting duo, whose misadventures were just as insane as they were. Sam's unflinching playful apathy and Max's delightfully homicidal urges led to some of the funniest dialogue exchanges ever heard in a video game. Their episodic adventures in Sam & Max Beyond Time and Space are some of their most absurd. In this game, you encounter time traveling mariachi men, a demonically-possessed Santa Claus, and a sexy punk vampire. I should probably mention the puzzle design in this game, but I'm much to busy staring in awe at the amount of creativity that went into some of these stories.

Saints Row 2Volition (2008)

Saints Row 2

Review written Sunday, August 17th, 2014 at 11:23 pm.

8.5Fantastic

Saints Row 2 understands way more than GTA what gamers are looking for when they are playing a sandbox game, and that is to wreak havoc in the most over-the-top and comedic fashion for kicks. Saints Row 2 is the much more lighthearted and fun loving than its contemporary sandbox games. The over-the-top scenarios and ridiculous characters fit much nicer into the bombastic and silly environment of Stillwater. It's a game that tries harder than anything else to be pure fun and nothing else. However, its rather immature exterior is backed up by genuine moments of drama, and a sense of power progression.

BullyRockstar Vancouver (2006)

Bully

Review written Sunday, August 17th, 2014 at 11:15 pm.

8.5Fantastic

With Rockstar's oeuvre dominated by images of blood, violence, and overt sexual content, it's easy to look down on Bully as "GTA for kids" and something not meant to be taken seriously. In reality, Bully might just be my favorite thing Rockstar ever put out. There are countless games that allow you to step into the shoes of a gangster or a street thug and raise hell, but Bully is special because it puts you in the shoes of a more familiar protagonist, a high school rebel. It's also got a great sense of humor and gives off a feeling of childlike exploration and rebellious nature, which is difficult to find in many games today which are so obsessed with being M-rated.

I Have No Mouth, and I Must ScreamThe Dreamers Guild (1995)

I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream

Review written Sunday, August 17th, 2014 at 11:11 pm.

8.0Great

Old point-and-click adventure games have a tightly knit niche audience that look back on the time where LucasArts and Sierra games ruled the market with misty nostalgic eyes. However, there were some great titles that came out of other developers that also get a lot of attention, and one of my favorite games in the genre is I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream. With many other adventure games, what makes this title stand out isn't just its interestingly bizarre puzzles, but mostly the setting, characters, and story. It's a story that gave me literal nightmares and deals with heavy and dark topics that many developers nowadays wouldn't even have the stomach to touch on.

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