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Jaicee said:
RolStoppable said:

Note to myself: Make next year's list have at least 5 Atelier games in the top 10.

You've gotta play Butterfly Soup. That is all.

It doesn't seem to have numbers, swords or explosions. You know we're men, right?



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What a beautiful first page! Thanks for all your work mZuzek, it's a great event every year :D

The list has made me see how unique my tastes are - I only voted for like 3 games that ended up in the top 100.



Impressive indeed. I echo all of the comments praising this effort. This was phenomenal.



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I can't wait to vote this year and place Animal Crossing: New Horizons at #1.



Excellent job as usual! I'll look at in more detail later to see what titles I was the only one to vote for lol.

I do have to say that it's nice to see some diversity in consoles in the top 25 (though I think we all knew BOTW would be number 1 :P)



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Mnementh said:
@mZuzek: I just saw that you did put down Attack of the Friday Monsters! as Guild02. While the Guild-games were released in these two waves, you still had to buy them separately and they were separate games.

It's one of the trickier situations, for sure. When I don't know much about a game, I'll use Wikipedia for this sort of thing, and what it told me is that the two Guild games are compilations, so I assumed they were only sold as these compilations. Apparently, they were also released separately, but, still... it feels a bit to me like a Shovel Knight situation, where Treasure Trove is now a compilation of 4 campaigns that are also sold separately - the difference being that this isn't how it was originally released.

Hmm...

Well, had a quick look at the 3DS eShop site. I couldn't find Guild02 whatsoever, but Attack of the Friday Monsters was there. So, apparently the compilation itself isn't being sold grouped at all, they're all considered standalone titles. You win this one.



Thanks for the hard work, mZuzek! Great job!



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mZuzek said:
Mnementh said:
@mZuzek: I just saw that you did put down Attack of the Friday Monsters! as Guild02. While the Guild-games were released in these two waves, you still had to buy them separately and they were separate games.

It's one of the trickier situations, for sure. When I don't know much about a game, I'll use Wikipedia for this sort of thing, and what it told me is that the two Guild games are compilations, so I assumed they were only sold as these compilations. Apparently, they were also released separately, but, still... it feels a bit to me like a Shovel Knight situation, where Treasure Trove is now a compilation of 4 campaigns that are also sold separately - the difference being that this isn't how it was originally released.

Hmm...

Well, had a quick look at the 3DS eShop site. I couldn't find Guild02 whatsoever, but Attack of the Friday Monsters was there. So, apparently the compilation itself isn't being sold grouped at all, they're all considered standalone titles. You win this one.

Yeah, it is a bit tricky here. As far as I know, these compilations were a japan only thing. In the west they released only on the eShop as separate games. You could've used the game database of one website like… vgchartz, the games are separate here:

http://www.vgchartz.com/game/79423/attack-of-the-friday-monsters-a-tokyo-tale/?region=All



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Thanks for such amazing effort put into this compilation, @mZuzek. I hope to see such event this year as well.

Chrono Trigger is at #4 which is really nice to see. I hope it makes to top 3 this year, but it's gonna be really tough I suppose.

MGR, Sekiro, Astral Chain are unfortunately underrated here, way lower than I would like to see personally.



 

Thank you for this awesome thread. Many of those games I've never heard of. It is quite the diverse list. Having said that - the top 15 are just Nintendo and Square, that is really funny to me. But undeniably good games.