5-Assassins Creed - Xbox360 - I loved the open-worldness of this game and the hugeness of the cities. It was like an open-world prince of persia. Cant wait to get the 2nd creed.
4-Skies of Arcadia - Dreamcast/Gamecube - Best RPG ever. Not too simple, not too complicated, great story.
3-Banjo-Kazooie/Tooie - N64 - My favorite childhood memory. I love Rares sense of humor, and theres nothin much like waddlin a bear around on a birds back...
2-Resident Evil 4/5 - Gamecube/Wii/Xbox360 - I hated any game with guns before I played RE4. RE5 is basically the same game in a different setting with coop.. which was huge fun for me and my girlfriend.
1-Zelda: Wind Waker - Gamecube - I loved this adventure, and although the story was linear, the open world on the ocean was awesome.
Other sweet games:
N64 - Harvest Moon64, Glover, Jet Force Gemini, Super Mario64, Mario Party 1
Gamecube - Eternal Darkness, Starfox: Dinosaur Planet, Prince of Persia Trilogy, Harvest Moon: MM
Wii - Harvest Moon, ToT, Dead Rising
Xbox 360 - COD4, Guitar Hero:Metallica, Viva Pinata
That game defined a huge part of my childhood. To this day, no game can match the initial feeling of joy I had when I first turned it on and began exploring it's world. I played the game again recently (after about 10 years), and the sounds and music brought me back to my childhood in a way nothing else ever could. The feelings of nostalgia were so strong that I almost had to shut the game off.
Banjo and Kazooie
On of my favorites to.
I feel the same way. Super Mario 64 was my first gaming experience, but once I got Banjo Kazooie, I got stuck on gaming. I recently played through the entire game about a year ago (Got every last note and jiggy! Oh yea)
You know what sucks about Tooie though?
The friggin second race with Canary Mary. I was always stuck at 89 jiggies because of that retarded bird.
Edited by guitarman4545, 18 December 2009 - 10:17 AM.