Thursday, June 18, 2009

5 Suggested Titles: Part 3

1. Super Mario Kart (SNES)

The classic Mario Kart was one of the most fun games to play on the Super Nintendo. That's saying something because there were tons of brilliant games on the system. Nothing since or before has ever been more satisfying than pelting your little sister with a green shell in Super Mario Kart's battle mode.

2. Legend of Zelda: The Windwaker (Nintendo Gamecube)

I often think that this is the most underrated Zelda game in the whole series. A lot of people were disappointed in its cartoonishness, but once you got past that you had an excellent game that was deep, complex, and extremely fun. Also, the world is incredibly huge and a lot of fun to explore. If you were foolish enough to avoid this one because of its cartoon graphics, do yourself a favor and go out and find a copy today.

3. Halo 3 (Xbox 360)

I don't actually own this game. It's one of those games, that if I owned, I would accomplish nothing. But I play it over X-Box Live with my friends. A lot. And though all I really do is run around and get killed by other players, it never ceases to be anything but amazingly fun. This is one that everyone should play on X-Box Live, whether they suck or not.

4. Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose (SNES)

This is one of those gems that does not get on a lot of lists of really great games, but is still really worth checking out. Buster's adventure was fun in a lot of ways, but it really shined in certain mini-games. The football section, for instance, was really a lot of fun. So too were many of the mini games that you would get to play. This was an excellent game that I spent a lot of time with as a kid.

5. Resident Evil IV (Nintendo Wii)

Resident Evil IV has existed on the Gamecube, the PS2, and the Wii, but in my opinion, it's best installment was the Wii version. Something about the point, click, and shoot technology really made the game feel tighter without losing any of the challenge of trying to shoot the bad guys before they chainsawed your head off. If you haven't played this game on the Wii, you are really missing something, and you should try to play it as soon as possible.

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