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Gee, I wonder.

Actually, I have time today, so I am going to list a few:

EARTHBOUND is my favorite game, rivalled only by MOTHER and MOTHER 3. They are magical experiences in the form of little gray cartridges.
Little Nemo: The Dream Master (NES): This was the first video game I owned. In the sense that my dad brought my brother and me to Toys R Us and said we could each pick a game. I had excellent taste even as a seven-year-old.
Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (SNES): I spent a good chunk of my childhood on this game, even though I never beat it properly until I was a senior in college.
Seiken Densetsu 3 (SNES): Square/soft/-enix has never topped this as far as I'm concerned. Bawwww why wasn't it ever released outside of Japan bawwww
Mega Man 4 (NES): S-shut up this is the best Mega Man.
Yoshi's Island (SNES): What, you thought I wasn't going to include a Mario game? I think my brother and I got this for making honor roll one year. Best reward ever.
King's Quest 4: The Perils of Rosella (PC): I think this is actually the fist video game I ever saw because my parents were big into it when I was three or so. Which means I can blame my video game obsession entirely on them. Whoohoo!
The Journeyman Project 2: Buried in Time (PC): This game made me feel smart. I thought I was a GENIUS when I figured out the trick to getting to the wrecked space station before my dad did even though he figured it out shortly after and actually got there in his save before I did. more people should play this series, it's so unloved.
Zork Nemesis (PC): Speaking of feeling smart, this is one of the few adventure games I've gotten though with no hints or outside help or anything. SMRT.
Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers (PC): I have NO IDEA why my dad let me play this when I was 12. 12-YEAR-OLDS HAVE NO BUSINESS PLAYING THIS (AND THE OTHER TWO FOR THAT MATTER). But it's pretty cool.
The Dig (PC): Yes.
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