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MohammadBadir said:
Ka-pi96 said:
MohammadBadir said:

But BW are like the best of the series XP

Wow... you're really going to hate me then. BW didn't even make my list

D:<

Pokemon is in my list though and in the top 10 as well!



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Ka-pi96 said:

Pokemon is in my list though and in the top 10 as well!

(:



MohammadBadir said:
That feel when you still haven't made your list ):

Me too. I've figured out what my top 10 will be though. 



    

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MoHasanie said:
MohammadBadir said:
That feel when you still haven't made your list ):

Me too. I've figured out what my top 10 will be though. 

Well, that's easy for me, There are 10 Metroid games XD



MohammadBadir said:
MoHasanie said:
MohammadBadir said:
That feel when you still haven't made your list ):

Me too. I've figured out what my top 10 will be though. 

Well, that's easy for me, There are 10 Metroid games XD


and about 40 Pokemon games, so you are set!



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50. Yoshi's Island: Super Mario World 2
SNES (1995)
Nintendo EAD

I'll always remember the moment when I first saw this game. I was immediately blown away by what I was watching on the screen, like a painting come to life. I only had a few moments to play the game, but what I played was truly magical to match the visuals. After that... it would be years later when I would finally have this game for my own. Thanks to the GBA and its SNES porting shenanigans, I picked up Yoshi's Island and finally got to play through the game... and what an adventure it was. Gorgeous visuals (that still remain some of the most beautiful in gaming), unique platforming gameplay, (literally) larger than life bosses, and a crying baby Mario... all came together to create one of the most uniquely fun games I've ever played. Nintendo hasn't done much to honor this game's legacy, developing lacklsuter sequels, and not putting this game on the Virtual Console (It would be nice to play this game on the big screen), but it remains a magical game nonetheless.



My number 49 is a game from 1994 in which roasting a pig is a tear-jerking drama ;)



My #49 hint: The sequel of a post-apocaliptic FPS that supposedly stole assets from another post-apocaliptic FPS.



#50 is sly cooper 1. great characters, colorful and expressive graphics, lots of polish, and the stealth elements mixed with the platforming make it unique among 3D platformers.

Hint for #49
The name of the game is the same as the name of its main character. The character is a female guitarist for her all-chick band. but it really doesn't matter if she actually has her guitar or not because her guitar is in her mind!



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Atari: 2600 5200 Jaguar

Sega: Master System Genesis (W/CD) Saturn Dreamcast Game Gear

Nintendo: NES SNES N64 Gamecube WII WIIU GB GBA(W/e-Reader) DS(i) 3DS

Sony: PS1 PS2 PS3 PS4(W/VR) PSP

Microsoft: XBOX XBOX360

Other: Colecovision, TurboGrafx-16, OUYA, R-Zone Super Screen, Xavix, Intellivision

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Hint for #49:

This strategy game featured my favorite playable race: The Undead. The tactic was to amass as many skeletons or skeleton warriors as possible and overwhelm the opponent(s) with sheer numbers. Can't forget the skeleton dragons either!

Is this hint too easy... or perhaps something... more sinister is afoot?