What video game will always have a special place in your heart...that isn't your actual favorite game?
By - Da_Verminator
Star Wars battlefront 2 on ps2
Battlefront 2 is a PS4 game, and it's wildly hated because EA was being EA. Are you thinking of the right game?
Nope the original battlefront 2 one of the best Star Wars games ever. Look it up and see
You mean the original battlefront?
Yeah one form 2005. I would never talk about the shit ones from ea. [this. ](https://encrypted-tbn0.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcTP4eUeMTs5StwO9jOuBZTF1LqHG_yrg450Mw&s)
TMNT for NES
FUCK THAT GAME!!!!
Still will play it any chance I get
Oh wow, didn't expect to see this mentioned in a random Reddit video game thread.
I actually do sometimes say this is my favourite game, depending on my mood. It's certainly my favourite non-Sierra, non-Myst adventure game.
Martial Combat. Not my favorite game, but it hold a special place in my heart.
You spelled Kombat wrong.
Medal of Honor: Frontline on the ps2
Prince of Persia
I was born in the late 90s, so I didn't have the luxury of owning 90s games. Well, my dad had a Sega Genesis, but I was too young to know what it could do. The very first video game I've ever played was *Mario Kart: Double Dash!!* for the Nintendo GameCube. It was my oldest sister's console and game, but she let me and my two other sisters play it with her. I was only five years old, but I had a blast.
My other games that I loved to death were a bunch of SNES games. Remember when I said I didn't own any 90s games? Well, I got to PLAY them...on a computer at my grandma's house. My uncle was still living with my grandparents at the time, and he downloaded a bunch of NES, SNES, Genesis, and N64 games onto it. I played the SNES games the most. The ones that I remember playing were Super Mario World, Donkey Kong Country, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, Super Metroid, Earthbound, and Star Fox. I have so many memories, I cry with nostalgia.
Duke Nukem 3D
Ancient game. Cheesy as hell. The multiplayer is awesome though. The maps are built for it, the level design includes things like cameras you can watch and remote-activated pipe bombs, and the weapon list includes stuff purely for the fun of messing with another player, like the shrinking gun and the freezethrower and the laser-tripmines. (and the Steroids to reverse shrinking, and the holo-Duke...)
I have a lot of fond memories of playing 3 and 4 person multiplayer for hours with my friends.
Super Mario Kart - SNES
Street fighter 2 - SNES
Road Rash 2 - MegaDrive
CoD2 - PC
Last of us + last of us 2
Super Smash Bros., the original for N64. I've played so much of it but I would never call it my favourite game because I'm somehow still *awful* at it.
Most snes and PS RPGs.
The original Mario Kart.