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Where you see the upcoming corner, the loop, and the vital boost pad, unpracticed onlookers only see a blur.
With no weapon pick-ups in sight, the focus is kept strictly on white-knuckle racing. Not to mention the fact that the action is underpinned by hidden secrets and clever thematic twists that make the game as deep and absorbing as its near-endless cave systems.
A Tale of Two Sons neatly sidesteps this by giving you control of both its titular leads simultaneously: Essentially, you are your own co-op buddy - and it works wonderfully.
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Some say Rare was one such contender, and cartoonish 3D platformer Banjo-Kazooie was its hopeful Mario clone.
But Banjo-Kazooie is much more than that. Benefiting from a focus on expansive, themed worlds, Banjo-Kazooie directs all its energy toward making you want to explore its every nook and cranny.
Airtight platforming controls make each location fully accessible, and a plethora of fun puzzles and silly characters leaves them feeling rich and full of life.
Dynamic events with ever-shifting objectives kick off all over creation, with no finicky partying system required to partake.
You can expect a fresh helping of story every two weeks, alongside puzzles, mini-games, and huge boss battles requiring hundreds of players to join forces to succeed.
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Quite simply, this is the smartest puzzle-platformer ever created. To call it Super Mario with time manipulation would do Braid a great disservice: Each world presents distinct time-distorting powers and puzzles that feed your brain through the wringer, squeeze it out, let it air, and then forcefully knead it afterwards for good measure.
Finding the answers to the crimes involves an ingenious combination of dungeon crawling and personal introspection.
Persona 4 is a spinoff from Shin Megami Tensei, so it shares the same demonic style of monster collection and dense RPG combat.
You get to know each of your classmates intimately as their story unfolds over the school year, and they grow and change along with the protagonist.
Little moments, like sewing a stuffed bunny or fishing with a friend, can feel just as earthshaking as any boss battle.
Sending objects through the time-tripping toilets will change events in the past, and always with hilarious results. As a bonus Easter egg, you can even find a full copy of the original Maniac Mansion hidden in the game.
Not even atrocities like Tony Hawk Ride or Downhill Jam can ever take away from the greatness of this skate-or-die classic. Each of the wildly varied stages is full of sick combo lines and nifty secrets, but the two-minute time limit keeps you focused on what really matters: Let us not forget the glory of the revert, which - when paired with the manual move from the preceding game - turns every level into one giant playground.
With every expansion, countless refinements and fresh zones added to the realm of Azeroth justify the monthly subscription fee for veterans and latecomers alike.
What makes WoW so everlasting is the way it caters to players of all kinds. Newbies are eased into learning the pristinely tuned class mechanics, taking on quests that make them feel like the hero at the center of their own personal epic.
Meanwhile, experts will always have new ways to test themselves, either against brilliantly designed raid bosses or their fellow adventurers in intense PvP.
As a recently deceased ghost, Sissel must piece together the events that led to his demise while simultaneously averting disaster for a cast of characters in the present.
Cue brain-melting puzzles which gleefully dance along the line between frustration and satisfaction. Its gameplay is simple enough to enjoy immediately, while the depth it lends to character mastery will keep you coming back.
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Alucard, son of Dracula and the handsome hero of Symphony of the Night, has the distinction of being half-human, half-vampire.
It combines the tight 2D platforming of Super Castlevania with the open-ended structure of Super Metroid. The timeless graphical style blends the best of bit-era spritework with bit special effects.
Not many games can boast the combination of strategic battles and romantic matchmaking, but Fire Emblem Awakening does.
Too few strategy games stop to think about life outside the battlefield, but this 3DS outing is all the richer for its relationship-focused narrative.
The turn-based strategy is compelling enough to distract you from your romantic meddling, with endless combinations of moves, weapons, and characters to mix up into your very own flavor of tactical mayhem.
Where do we even start with Secret of Mana? The beautiful world full of waving grass and gentle rivers?
The swelling music that fills the air with adventure and mystery? The real-time, stamina-based combat that favors patience and timing over mad dashes?
The unprecedented three-player co-op which lets each person fall madly in love with their own unique protagonist? Secret of Mana is still amazing more than two decades later, its moments of desperate struggle and quiet awe no less powerful than the first time we experienced them.
Where else can you fend off buccaneers with nothing but insults, or have other LucasArts adventures advertised to you in-game?
Its quips, one-liners, and zany puzzles are memorable and eminently quotable. We still laugh at the "How appropriate, you fight like a cow" line.
We still smirk every time we get a chance to use that rubber chicken with the pulley in the middle of it. While the base game is sure to put you through a hundred of hours of single-player missions, co-op Strikes, intense Raids, and online Crucible matches, its universe continues to expand.
The developers are constantly making improvements. New expansions loom on the horizon, giving players even more environments to explore, loot to gather, and intimidating bosses to tackle as a team.
Destiny is only the beginning, and its future is looking bright. Sports games are never ones to make sweeping changes. Corner flags react to contact.
New menus shave a few seconds off navigation. Extra touches make dribbling a touch more effective, and subtle swerve gives shooting slightly more potency from distance.
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Sprawling thighs hold rolling plains; colonies nestle in the soft bit behind the kneecap; a pointy elbow becomes a mountain peak.
The mind boggles at the sheer imagination of the world, let alone how the humble Wii handles it without melting. True emotional investment is rare in games.
Very few attempt to invoke it, but even those that do are usually about as subtle as a wrecking ball wrapped in plastic explosives.
Instead you have two characters bonded by circumstance, and an instinct to protect that which is good from that which is not.
Plus, that end scene is the kind of stuff which has grown men pretending they were chopping onions. In the process, you unlock bigger and better stuff, and further debts to pay for it all.
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For Japanese players, the world of Okami must be an intriguing collection of folklore nods and knowing references to ancient tales. And doing so is an absolute delight thanks to a gameplay foundation riffed from 3D Zeldas, augmented with a cel-shaded artistic flair and a Celestial Brush which lets you paint to change the world itself.
Only a fool would think of Fallout 3 as Oblivion with guns. There are weapons to craft pneumatic fists, laser cannons , companions to recruit floating robots, dogs , and factions to join militias, technology-worshipping monks.
The pinnacle of the monster-nabbing series to date, Pokemon X and Y brings the iconic franchise into a whole new dimension, adding trainer customization options and a more robust trading system to boot.
The world of Kalos itself is no slouch either, filled to the brim with vibrant locations and some of the best new Pokemon designs since the first generation back in Mega evolutions also add a great tactical layer by letting you briefly super-charge your Poke-pals for a devastating show of strength, but only once per fight.
The Animated Series , Batman: Arkham Asylum adds just enough familiar authenticity to get your attention, then builds a world that practically oozes a character all its own.
But the sheer joy of stalking your enemies, sweeping between gargoyles, and snatching thugs into the darkness makes you feel as cool as the Dark Knight himself.
Imagine pulling that off with pixelated sprites and no voice acting, while also trying your best to follow a plot that involves a lot of time travel.
All of its distinct historical periods are full of shocking developments and memorable characters, from a chivalrous frog to a gentle robot.
Chrono Trigger is a trip back in time that every gamer needs to take - preferably via the brilliant DS port. How do you improve on a seemingly perfect puzzle game?
Supplementing your portal gun with great gobs of bouncy, slidey, and whack-a-portal-anywhere-thanks-to-moondust goo, Portal 2 gives you larger, more inventive playgrounds through which to catapult yourself with speed, precision, and frantic prayer.
And who could resist the charms of Stephen Merchant as the hapless idiot-turned-sinister threat Wheatley? By developing and refining all the physics-bending concepts presented by its predecessor - not to mention the introduction of fiendishly fun co-op play - Portal 2 makes the original seem like a really good demo.
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Built on that pitch-perfect atmosphere is a liberating game that changes the way you approach first-person problem solving. You can kit out JC Denton to be a door-crashing super soldier if you prefer the direct approach, or maybe boost his Cloak augmentation and sneak in unnoticed.
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Fighting games are never truly finished. Street Fighter 4 will soon top off seven strong years of growth in the hands of the public.
The lessons Street Fighter IV can teach you are timeless. Learning its complexities will arm you with the skills necessary to excel at nearly any other fighter.
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FF6 did them first, and it does them better. This is a game that uses the end of the world as its interval. All but one of the fourteen party members have fully-fleshed out personalities, back-stories, and well-hidden, intricately meshed secrets.
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And even in a time when video games are approaching photorealism and VR is all the rage, those chunky, four-block tetriminos still evoke excitement in us, and the dire need to chase after a new high score or best our buddies.
Tetris comes in many forms, with all manner of bells and whistles, but the core has always been the same: That kind of stimulating contrast is at the heart of so many beloved games - Tetris just presents it in the plainest, most timeless way possible.
Beautiful locations filled with beautiful people? A twisting tale of adventure and young love? Drifting ashore on the sun-drenched Isle of Besaid for the first time is a truly unforgettable experience.
The second entry in the other long-running Japanese survival horror series does something that very few games attempt, let alone achieve. It tells its story, the deeply dark and unnerving descent of James Sunderland, with an untouchable brand of subtlety.
As James, you must delve into the titular town after receiving a letter from your most definitely dead wife asking you to meet her there. What follows is a spiraling miasma of intensely personal horror.
Do yourself a favor: Perhaps more than any other developer, thatgamecompany has never made the same kind of game twice. The common thread is that each taps into certain primal emotions, but the most personal experience of the three is surely Journey.
The character, the lost world, the symbolism, even the overall allegory itself: The most moving two-hour experience in gaming?
The quest is perfectly paced, with challenging dungeons, memorable boss battles, and a massive world to explore. Plus, the bit graphics are just as charming today as when it was first released on the SNES.
A Link to the Past is the game that set the bar for all of the Zelda titles that came after it. Even modern 3D Zeldas and countless other copycats still use the LttP formula.
Every dungeon you explore as the green-garbed hero is an intense experience. Puzzles challenge your mental prowess, while tough enemies test your patience and skill.
But Mario Kart 7 combines all of these facets to deliver the perfect arcade racer. Link-up play is rock-solid, and you can even let your friends join in for free with Download Play.
With better tracks than Mario Kart 8, better graphics than MK DS, and visual effects that literally jump off the screen, this is a showcase not only for the 3DS hardware, but for Nintendo gaming itself.
The SNES launch title Super Mario World became the high water mark for 2D sidescrollers, dropping the mustachioed mascot into a colorful bit world full of dinosaurs and bottomless pits.
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The underwater dystopia of Rapture remains one of the most wonderfully realized locations in all of gaming, given life by its architecture and incidental detail as much as its well-rounded cast.
Listening to every audio diary and reading every poster realizes an astonishing sense of place, while the idea of a city under the sea seems too obviously compelling to have never been done this well before.
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Its brand of stealth has more balls than any other game - it constantly holds you accountable for your horrific-but-necessary actions by depicting violence as a disturbingly intimate act.
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