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My Top 10 Video Games

My favorites from the games I have owned and played.
10Russian Circles

Battlefield 3 (Xbox 360)
There's nothing like Battlefield multiplayer. While I have barely touched the
singleplayer (seems really generic and boring) the online experience alone was
worth the pre order for this game. I've never been more excited for a game release
than I was for the year I found out this was releasing until I actually had it in my
Xbox. While the word "epic" is past the point of overused, it really fits the
multiplayer experience in this game. Jets crash into towers, tanks shoot down
helicopters, infantry skirmishes, tactical decision-making, and suicide bombings are
just of the few things that this game encompasses. There's so many different ways
to play the game, but you definitely can't just run and gun, unless you are super
skilled, and your team doesn't suck.
9 Skream
Watch The Ride!

Dead Space 2 (Xbox 360)
Just recently bought this game and have almost beaten it. It's quickly become one
of my favorites. While the story isn't as great as Mass Effect, it still is pretty good.
The game maintains a very dark atmosphere throughout and draws you into a lull
until a Necromorph jumps out of a wall and starts to eat off your head. There's a
lot of cool weapons at your disposal to dismember your enemies to pieces, and the
weapon customization system is really sweet. The only reason I've picked this
instead of the first one is that I've played through more of the story for this one.
8Smashing Pumpkins
Siamese Dream

Donkey Kong Country (SNES)
The other Super Nintendo game I love. This game felt so adventurous back in the
day. It had an awesome jungle theme, with sweet music to match for each level
(especially the aquatic ones). The enemies had variety and the boss battles were
fun, even if they were pretty easy to figure out.
Define The Great Line

Portal (Xbox 360)
The most creative game that I've played. A lot of outside the box game design
makes this one truly a breath of fresh air to play. The physics were really fun, and
the tongue-in-cheek humor made the whole play through really enjoyable. It was
particularly difficult, but there was a definite challenge. This plays unlike any other
game. I still need to play Portal 2.
When Broken Is Easily Fixed

Minecraft (PC)
If you've ever played this game, you know why it's here. There is no objective (not
when I started, anyway). You just do whatever you want, however you want. It's
the definitive sandbox game. Explore endless cave systems, adventure through
virtually unlimited randomly generated terrain, sail vast expanses of oceans, build
monoliths, grow a farm, make diamond swords, anything is possible in this game. It
maybe the most addicting game I've ever played, and it gets even better when you
have a server with friends.
In Rainbows

Super Mario All-stars (SNES)
Kind of cheating since this was like 5 games in one but man was it awesome. I
remember my Grandmother teaching me where all the secret one-ups were and
every little nuance of each level. All of the mario bro's games were good but the
lost chapters and super mario 3 were my favorites. This is the reason I ever started
playing video games.
4American Football
American Football

Fallout 3 (Xbox 360)
While the story wasn't the most exciting thing ever, the amount of other things to
do in this game made it so worthwhile. One of my favorite moments in gaming is
when you first exit the vault and the world is yours to explore. You can be a
complete evil douche and destroy everything or be a white knight and save
everyone, as well as anything in between. The Deathclaws were truly terrifying and
all the weapons and gear were really cool to mess around with. Nothing like a good
post-apocalyptic shooter/RPG.
3System Of A Down

Mass Effect 2 (Xbox 360)
This game was so great. Unfortunately I haven't played the other 2 of the series. I
loved the story and the gameplay mechanics, especially the biotic abilities. I got
attached to a lot of the characters that I encountered and there were a lot of
compelling emotional moments throughout the story. I was especially attached to
Thane, he was the man. And Kelly Chambers was totally hotter than Miranda.
We're Here Because We're Here

Call Of Duty 4: Modern Warfare (Xbox 360)
Man so many good memories attached to this game. Coming home from school
everyday senior year and playing this game for 6 hours at a time with all my best
friends (I was totally cool in HS) was the best thing ever. This game ushered in the
modern cinematic FPS and did it right. The single player campaign was challenging,
but rewarding and had a good story to match. Say what you want about the later
games in the series but this was the peak of the franchise. Infinity Ward took
everything good about COD2 and built on top of it, with great weapon
customization and an addicting unlock system made for a very deep and fun
multiplayer experience with a lot of replay value. I still play this on occasion.
1Cap'n Jazz
Shmap'n Shmazz

Halo: Combat Evolved (Xbox)
This was an awesome shooter and the multiplayer is like no other. Playing with 8 vs
8 CTF on Blood Gulch over LAN is something every gamer must experience. It was
the introduction to a great story, despite it being kind of stretched at this point.
Pretty much put Xbox on the map.
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