Played for 7 years, loved every second of it. So many possibilities. If you’re bored in one aspect of it, you can pick up another. There’s singleplayer, multiplayer, survival, creative, mods, texture packs, datapacks, SERVERS, and so much more. Some people don’t give this game a fair shot, but I think the fact that it’s number one signifies that more than enough people have and do.
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Of every game that I have ever played, none has been as powerful as The Ocarina of Time. The ultimate brain teaser combines with the epic atmosphere in every Zelda game to create this masterpiece. Bosses such as Volvagia, Bongo Bongo, Ganon, and even the measly Gohma are just pieces of a game that changed the way that even mature adults thought of gaming.
Super Smash Bros. Brawl
I bought Super Smash Bros. Brawl with my own money, unable to wait for Christmas. I think it was the best video game I have ever bought, and that is saying something. Other games have different goals: Point and shoot,
The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim
A brilliant game. I’ve never felt so immersed in a gaming world as I have here! It has very deep lore and great replay value. Even when playing Crusader Kings 2, the first thing I wanted to do was play with the Elder Scrolls mod.
Grand Theft Auto V
Grand Theft Auto V is a masterpiece! The writers wasted no time to create a realistic, gripping story of three diverse criminals on a mission to get their lives back in shape. The voice acting was phenomenal, especially from Steven Ogg,
Super Mario 64
Absolute classic. While yes, there are some stars that are a pain, it’s fun to just explore the castle grounds and run around the world. You’ll find things eventually if you just mess around.
I think Zelda was, for its first few years, the best game ever made. Although it has aged decently, i
Super Smash Bros. Ultimate
I still think that SSBU is definitely one of the best games you could play in online arenas (even if matches make me salty sometimes). Also, there’s so much the player could do in the game that you could easily sink hours at a time playing modes such as “World of Light,” “Classic Mode,” or even some competitive
Super Mario Galaxy
YOOO I’M IN SPACE! If you’ve played this game, you’ve got to be blown away by how cool the gravity works. It’s not for everyone. I can see how its entire gimmick can be nauseating to some, but I love it for what it does and what it is!
Super Mario Galaxy may well be the most, or one of the most, memorable games in the whole of the Mario series. Arguably, Super Mario Galaxy 2 may have been a major improvement, but without Super Mario Galaxy
Red Dead Redemption
In my whole experience as a casual gamer, I have to say that Red Dead Redemption is my favorite game of all time until this very day. I’ve already completed the Story Mode 3 times, and plan to do it a 4th time, but it never seems to get old. I live the story like it’s the first time that I’m playing, and the ending always has me on the verge of tears.
This game has everything. It is nearly perfect, if not completely.
The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask
Theories. Theories everywhere.
I love this game. Not my favorite game, but my favorite Zelda game. It has a hauntingly disturbing but glorious story. The characters feel much more easy to engage with. It brings everything we loved from Ocarina of Time and enhances that. Also, it’s home to some of the best music I’ve heard in a video game. You have the well-crafted Clock Town theme, the frightening Final Hour theme, and so many more. Somebody, elect this game for president and Oscar’s award. Okay, maybe not the first one… The game sets itself to be dark, but also really enjoyable.