sithofheaven
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Video Games

The best games I can remember playing. Albums vaguely related.
10Beastie Boys
Licensed to Ill


Donkey Kong 64. I'm sad that I can't remember much about this game, other than bits and pieces. What do I remember? An expansive story mode, Diddy Kong with a guitar, a multiplayer third person shooter that my friends and I loved, and going apeshit (get it?) over golden bananas.
9Asian Dub Foundation
Facts and Fictions


Dragon Ball Z: Budokai/Budokai Tenkaichi series. Dragon Ball Z is the greatest anime series of all time. I might get flack from the anime elitists who've seen tons of obscure and underground anime, but was DBZ obscure and underground? No. Why? Because it kicked too much ass. The Budokai games are my favorite fighting games, because it's DBZ. They allow you to play through the awesome story lines of DBZ, or simply let you use your favorite character to kick the shit out of anyone from Krillin to Kid Buu.
8Madvillain
Madvillainy


X-Men Legends series. Two games isn't really a series, but both X-Men Legends games were so awesome it doesn't matter. Playing as four of your favorite X-Men against the forces of the Shadow King (first game) or Apocalypse (second game), you can choose stat boosts and new gear. How good are these games? Think of it like Mass Effect, with X-Men. That good.
7Amon Amarth
With Oden On Our Side


Age of Mythology and Rise of Nations. I really need to get more RTS games. Age of Mythology was incredibly well done, and had an encyclopedia of mythological figures packed into one game. Fighting against Zeus and Isis as Loki? Sign me up. Rise of Nations is a real-world RTS, and I still play it, because it's that damn fun. Sort of an RTS Civilization 4, you lead a nation from the Ancient Age to the Information Age and fight other nations along the way. The history buff's version of AoM. Well, America building the Eiffel Tower and the Pyramids isn't exactly history, but damn is it awesome.
6GZA
Liquid Swords


Star Wars: Battlefront II. So much of this was played with friends, which is why I loved it. I'm a massive fan of Star Wars, see username, and this game was awesome on so many levels...but especially because it wasn't the story of the good guys, it was the story of the Empire. So awesome.
5Thom Yorke
The Eraser


Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door. The follow up to the classic Paper Mario, I've had so much fun playing this game its hard to write about it. The plot was the best I've ever seen in a video game. The visuals were outstanding. The battle style was fun and inventive. I can't say a bad thing about this game...why, why did Super Paper Mario have to suck so unbelievably much?
4Jimi Hendrix
Electric Ladyland


The Guitar Hero series. I started with 3, and had an unhealthy obsession with it. I've conquered Through the Fire and Flames and The Devil Went Down to Georgia on expert. I got 2 later, and it was a lot harder because the accuracy required for each note was much greater. But Jordan was eventually beaten. After 3, rhythm games sucked. There's a reason they got discontinued entirely.
3X Japan
Art of Life


Super Mario Bros Deluxe. The Gameboy port of the classic NES game, I never had a NES or SNES so this was my first exposure to Mario. Mario is probably the most influential game series ever, IIRC it's sold the most units as a whole. There's been very few bad Mario games, because Mario games are so lovable and well made. Paper Mario was more enjoyable, but SMBD was...too important to my young life. I had over 120 lives at one point.
2Metallica
Master of Puppets


The Call of Duty series. The best FPS games ever, Call of Duty Modern Warfare was beyond revolutionary. There's a reason the newest CoD installation is always the most talked about shooter other than Halo, and CoD is actually good.
1Between the Buried and Me
Colors


The Pokemon series. Even taking into account that gens 4 & 5 heralded the death of Pokemon, I can say that if you didn't play these games growing up you had a deprived childhood. Red, Blue, and Yellow are the first games I remember playing, and even the show was good back in the day. The most engrossing video game series of all time, Silver is still my favorite game ever. Pokemon is the essence of childhood.
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