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ThePalestNerd: Redo!

Well since I'm trying to get back into the groove of Sputnikmusic again (reviewing, list making, trolling, etc.) I might as well re-do one of my lists that I didn't really give it all that thought at the time, but then I started to think more and more about it and are my top 10 favorite video games of all freaking time. Along with more random 5's.
1Pig Destroyer

Conker's Bad Fur Day: The ultimate N64 game, if you didn't have this you've successfully given that black box no form of life whatsoever. The graphics were top-notch, had in-game saving capabilities (which was great for I had no memory card), and multiplayer that could very well rival GoldenEye. Not to mention the game's sense of humor was very rewarding (at least for me at the age of 11).

Killer7: If there's one thing you need to know about me, it's that I am a Suda51 fan. This game while EXTREMELY confusing is also strangely intriguing in the fact you never know what's around the corner. The dark sense of humor, great music, and creepy atmosphere made this a favorite of mine.

The MegaMan Series: Here's probably another thing most of you probably need to know about me...I have a hard on for MegaMan sure he's pretty much a blue AstroBoy, but at least MegaMan never had a crappy CGI-movie (at least not yet). It's hard to pick a favorite though, MegaMan 2 definitely has more of the classic music and bossfights.
4HORSE the Band
Desperate Living

Disgaea: The ultimate surreal parody of anime, and gaming (even more ironic when made into an anime). This game consumed at least a week of my life in full, plus it contains possibly the next big internet meme HORSE WEINER!
God Loves Ugly

No More Heroes 1 & 2: Now I realize this game was only released earlier this year, but the first was THE game that exposed me to Suda51. The first was a pretty awesome game, with a surreal dark sense of humor, over the top fights, and pop culture references galore. However the graphics severely lacked and the open world was empty. The second fixed this at the cost of less truly identifiable characters, I'm a big fan of the series and I don't know the names of some of the bosses. Such a shame, still classics in my book though.
6Bad Brains
I Against I

Bioshock 1 & 2: The atmosphere in this game is alone worthy of the classic material. The first does an AWESOME job of introducing you to this world, and the concept of the Big Daddy/Little Sister really intrigued me. The second game to me had a better conceived story (just in my opinion), but at the cost of not having that same experience as the first one did. Also the new Bioshock looks really....lame and unexciting to me. =/

Metal Gear Solid: One of my very first "mature" games. The Psycho-Mantis encounter was easily one of the best interactions in video game history, also check out the GameCube remake if you can.
Music To Make Love To Your Old Lady By

Okami: Before starting on this one let me state that I'm not too fond of the direction in the upcoming DS game since the team who made the first is not coming back. The watercolor-esque direction of the art style worked wonderfully with the Japanese folk direction. Also the game truly captures what the hell is going on. Plus whoever did the art for this deserves a high five and a handjob.

Madworld: Pretty much the makers of Okami teaming up to do something along the lines of No More Heroes. The over the top bloody action might intrigue you, but the 2 announcers voiced by Greg Proops and John DiMaggio have honestly come up with some of the best lines in video game history. "I was once a cockroach y'know?" "really? what was that like?" "It was okay I walked around for a week without my head" "I walked around for a year without my wife ever giving me head"
10Protest the Hero

Duke Nukem Series: Good god almighty, the manliest character in video game history. He eats midgets and craps out golden lines (see my duke nukem list for examples). If you never played a Duke Nukem game, you've done a pretty great job for being a loser in the 90's.
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