I would say it's my original copy of Metal Gear Solid. One of my favorite games! Still glad I have the copy I bought all these years. How about you, GD?
My PS2 copy of Makai Senki Disgaea. I don't even have a PS2 anymore. .
It was the first RPG I enjoyed. Before then I only really playing games at the arcades and was only a casual fan of the hobby. Fighters and Rhythm games being my comfort-zone.
Didn't dislike gaming but it all blended the same from my perspective, platformers and beat em' ups all just copied each other. meh. Or so I thought. Disgaea got me to buy a PS2 (along with Tekken Tag) and my eyes got open to a wave of gaming that I ignored for years.
More importantly one of the few games that I consider to use story and dialogue correctly for what it aims to be. And not at the expense of gameplay. Glad it got a remake too. It's legit one of my favorite games ever made. And while I did come across a lot of other remarkable games too; Disgaea was the open door that got me hooked on some of these single player experiences, and just more invested in gaming period.
Flon is best girl!
Don't have anything that special unfortunately but my copy of Silent Hill Shattered Memories for the PS2 value is going up every year a 2010 PS2 game that was a WII game originally. Other then that I still have some old school physical PC games that are my favorites like the Max Payne trilogy, F.E.A.R.,Battlefield 2 ect..
I think my most prized thing from gaming is more the memories I have from gaming in the mid to late 80s throughout the 90s.
Good times and the excitement from those days aren't possible to recreate with the games these days even though most modern games are superior in graphics and gameplay... think I'm too old to get the same thrill.
It's likely young kids from these days can find their own good memories here.... but I fear too many games with their microtransactions may destroy some young peoples fun they could have with a game if they get addicted to gambling from being introduced to it through games.
I know it's not really an answer since you asked what my most prized gaming possession was, but I have to say my entire collection. It means a lot to me and I have been collecting for pretty much my entire life. My collection grows all the time and I have more than a few games stashed away for a rainy day with over 4,000 physical copies many of which are still sealed. Not necessarily because I care about the value, but simply because the day hasn't came where I decided to open it up and give it a try.
At the moment its probably my gaming PC with the way the market currently is. If that craps out on me....ouch. it covers all my entertainment and education and general info gathering.
I was going to overhaul it earlier this year but...well.....yeah.
My steam account is also quite important to me. it has a game or two i like on it.
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