What would it be and why?
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Halo 2 because I have a lot of good memories playing it after football practice with my teammates.
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I too have fond memories of the Halo games when I was younger. Do you think you’d ever get sick of it?
Yeah, probably. You do too much of anything and you’ll get sick of it. It would be a hard decision. Actually, on second thought I might change my answer to Skyrim. I can get lost into that game.
Skyrim’s a great choice. There’s so much variety in the world and so many ways to play.
Chip’s Challenge. This game was so addictive and fun. When I was a kid I didn’t know the character went through all that trouble to be with his dream girl. How sweet! For me, I went through all the trouble because I just like solving puzzles.
For the love of the puzzles! A less romantic reason, to be sure, but still very much good fun.
Haha. Don’t mind my comment. Yes, for the love of puzzles.
Hard to answer as it’s need to be something huge and expansive. Perhaps XCOM 2 assuming I had access to all the mods that keep getting released.
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Hmmm I forgot about XCOM, but one could take their time playing it. Also, I know I’d never get sick of it.
Silent Hill 2
I love how easy that was for you. I wish I could be that decisive lol.
Can I proactively answer the new Pokemon game for the Nintendo Switch? This is assuming it turns out to be all that and a bag of chips. Or maybe, all of the current Pokemon games combined into one Uber-Pokemon experience? That way there’d never be an end to the different regions and Pokemon one could catch.
Hmm… this is hard. Diablo II? WoW? Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag? Skyrim? Jak III?
I lose at answering this question, haha. It’s thought provoking though.
I’m glad I got you thinking :).
Ocarina of Time. I’ve beaten it 20+ times and never get tired of it. 😀
Good choice… and wow!
Hearthstone I guess? It’s not my favourite title, but I play it on a daily basis. Whilst having dinner I play a few games to complete the daily quest.
This is not an easy decision to make.
It would have to be one of those games with great replayablity I don’t want to do the same thing over and over, so Fantasy life or skyrim would be good choices or one of those games with no real end like story of seasons (first or second title) and animal crossing also make a good argument of the one game I play for the rest of my days. I just hope I don’t have to make that choice ever in my life
Yes, Animal Crossing is replay worthy. Skyrim seems to be a popular choice, and I think you identified the reasons well.
Mario Brothers 3. It is a game I’m pretty good at and never tire of playing. The music is so good too!
Good choice. I think I could see myself choosing it too.
Does Final Fantasy XIV Online count? Because if so, that. I would never get bored of it, because there is always so much to do. If it doesn’t count, then Persona 4. Definitely on my top 5 list of video games.
Anything counts. 🙂 We don’t judge here.
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I don’t think I have ever enjoyed any game on the same level as Red Dead Redemption.
Why was that? Was it the setting? I often hear about people’s love for that game.
RDR was the first video game I had played (and completed) since 1986! So a lot had changed. I was blown away by the interactions, and just how beautifully immersive games had become. Plus, it was like being in old western film.
Yeah, I can understand the old western film setting. That appeals to me.
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