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#1 SpaceAngelCyn
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SHining force

thats all I got right now lol

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Oh please God no. Not another Shining Force 'installment' or remake. :[ I loved the original Shining Force games, and I wish they hadn't really "redone" the series so to speak for the PS2. :\ I think it would be okay if they did what they did with Chrono Trigger, and released it on the DS or something. Games that need modern installments for me would probably be Clock Tower. Although Clock Tower 3 wasn't the best game in the series, but I think if they released a newer 'remake' or 'installment' of the CT series on the PS3 or 360 it would be an excellent game.. Probably beat the hell out of the CT3 game, too. :] That's all I can think of atm.
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#2 SpaceAngelCyn
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The rarest game I own is FFVII (green label) and next to that, Clock Tower and Clock Tower II. o_o
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#3 SpaceAngelCyn
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Mm. I grew up playing both Mario and Sonic, so it's a tough decision to say which is better for me. I loved the original Sonic games and own Mega Collection and Mega Collection Plus+ (I got MC+ because one of the unlockables is Comix Zone, which I love), and will occasionaly play them, and I have to say they're played more than my Super Mario Bros. 3 game on GBA.. So.. I think that my favorite would have to be Sonic. Mario is fun sometimes but Sonic does have some better games imo.
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#4 SpaceAngelCyn
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I've never played VS but I have played Chrono Trigger. Sadly, I almost got to the end before I accidently saved over my file so I was never able to finish it. :\ However, Chrono Trigger and the later Chrono Chross are both excellent games. I loved the graphics, the cutscenes, everything. It was just loads of fun running around in that game. :]
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#5 SpaceAngelCyn
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The first console I ever owned and played was a NES. Loved sitting and playing Super Mario Bros. and Tetris on it.. oh, and Dr. Mario. Many great games on that console.. Excite Bike, Zelda, Final Fantasy, etc. I currently own (with me at the moment, NES/SNES/SEGA are in a diff. state) PS2, PSX, DS, N64, GBA SP, XBOX and Wii. Need to get my NES, SNES and SEGA out of storage sometime. :[
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#6 SpaceAngelCyn
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I still have my GBA E-card reader but I never use it. I remember when I got Super Mario Bros. 3 on GBA for Christmas it came with a card.. I tried using it but I don't think it'll work for me since I have a GBA SP and not a regular GBA. Oh well.. I only paid $5.00 or so for a used one at GameStop last year. Wish I had more cards and was able to use it, since I own Animal Crossing on the GC and they have special cards for the E-reader that go with Animal Crossing. Lol.
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#7 SpaceAngelCyn
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Resident Evil remake is an excellent game and one you should pick up if you're a major fan of the survival horror genre. I watched my brother play the original Director's Cut on the PlayStation when I was younger and I remember being scared sensless because of the monsters in the game -- Something that somewhat stuck with me throughout the years until I recently picked up my copy of RE2, RE, RE0, and CV and decided to play and beat them all (I'm on CV atm) and I loved the series more than I did before I played through the games. My advice to anyone who's looking to get into the series is to NOT start out with Resident Evil 0. Although it does explain the origins of the T-Virus and the later on G-Virus, it isn't the best game to "get a feel" of the series. Resident Evil, original or remake, and Resident Evil 2 are much better choices to play if you want a glimpse into how the series goes and whatnot. RE0 features co-op, which you'll find in RE5 but the co-op in RE0 is rather annoying at times and sometimes makes the game harder or almost too easy. So, start with REmake or RE2. Sadly, the RE game that got me into the rest of the series and made me want to play the originals was RE4. Loved RE4 and decided it was time I clued in on the RE series that so many of my friends love. xP
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#8 SpaceAngelCyn
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I loved Banjo Kazooie because it was a lot more fun than SM64, in my opinion. SM64 was my first game on N64 and I loved it when it was the only game I had to play but when I went on to play Banjo Kazooie/Tooie and later on Banjo Pilot, I realized I enjoyed playing it a lot more than I did SM64 because the worlds, enemies, and bosses were more interesting to me than the ones I found in SM64. I never really bothered collecting all the stars in Mario 64 until recently because I got my N64 out to play Harvest Moon 64. Lol.
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