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the jag's controllers sucked ass, but it was still a cool system. i liked it better than turbografx

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the jag's controllers sucked ass, but it was still a cool system. i liked it better than turbografx

those controllers were stuff of legend.

i liked the atari lynx, though

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In no particular order (too hard to choose)

Elder Scrolls Skyrim

Elder Scrolls Morrowind

All Metal Gears

Most Final Fantasies (13-2 is pretty damn cool, for those who havent checked it out)

All Mass Effects

All Castlevanias, especially Symphony of the Night

Zelda OOT

Zelda Majora's Mask

Chrono Trigger

Chrono Cross

Most Metroids

Fallout 3

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Grand Theft Auto

Battlefield 3

Madden

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I dont really have any order:

1. Final Fantasy Series (Love every game but favorite was 10)

2. Early Zelda (First Zelda and Link to the Past)

3. Battletoads: So much fun back in the day, but don't know if I could play it now

4. Madden: Buy it every year and every year I ask why did I buy it but I still play it so it goes on my top 10

5. Goldeneye on the 64: Game I played all through college.

6. Super Mario Cart: College game as well

7. Oblivion: I love the game but for some reason my attention span gets lost around hour 70 and cant play more after that

8. Fifa Games: Loved winning 11 but I think Fifa has taken over

9: Dragons Age: I know #2 wasnt as good, but I still had lots of fun with it

10: Total War Games on PC: Loved Medieval 1 and 2 and Rome. Still play it

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In no particular order (too hard to choose)

Elder Scrolls Skyrim

Elder Scrolls Morrowind

All Metal Gears

Most Final Fantasies (13-2 is pretty damn cool, for those who havent checked it out)

All Mass Effects

All Castlevanias, especially Symphony of the Night

Zelda OOT

Zelda Majora's Mask

Chrono Trigger

Chrono Cross

Most Metroids

Fallout 3

Valkarie Profile

Grand Theft Auto

Battlefield 3

Madden

lol you just chose around 60 games with no order.

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lol you just chose around 60 games with no order.

like I said, hard to choose. I am going to attempt a top 10 list, in order.

Hard to do, but here goes:

1. Chrono Trigger

2. FF6

3. Chrono Cross

4. FF13-2

5. FF10

6. Castlevania SotN

7. Zelda OoT

8. Skyrim

9. Original Metal Gear (NES)

10. FF7

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Remember when when the video game wasn't working, all you had to do was blow in it and the system? So much easier then now waiting for 4+ patches to finally fix the problem.

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Mike Tyson's Punch Out

Uncharted 2

Dragon Warrior 4

Super Metroid

Diablo 2

Double Dragon

GTA III

Resident Evil

Tecmo Bowl

Freedom Fighters

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