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CemeteryGates23

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Pokémon and Zelda for me, love those two franchises. Mario and Kirby as well. The rest I haven't played very much, I suppose. Never had a Metroid game, Earthbound I just bought on my Wii U a month ago, F-Zero I was never a huge fan of (racing games in general - I like 'em, don't love 'em), etc...

I'm actually replaying both Wind Waker and Ocarina of Time on the Wii U lately. I want a 3DS so bad to get back into Pokémon, the last games I played were the GameBoy Advance ones, but I've replayed those games to death and back.
 

insane-ghost

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I'm particularly fond of Metroid considering it was sort of my first shooter game as a kid on my GameBoy. There was something really alluring about the atmosphere of the game, and although I didn't understand much of the plot and sort of struggled on the later levels, I really enjoyed the feel of the game. I also played the Gamecube version (Metroid Prime I think it was called?) which had a really nice and creepy atmosphere. It had a lot of replayability too and I really enjoyed exploring it's setpieces.
 

fuumarumota

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My favorite is definitely Pokémon. I play those since the first games and I've replay them a lot of times, I never get bored. In second place I'd put Super Mario Brothers (1,2 and 3) and in third place the Zelda franchise.
 

Tsuzuko

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Pokemon and Mario. Legend of Zelda would probably be closer to my heart, but I never got around to playing the games until I was much older. Plus, I don't think younger me would have appreciated them as much as they deserve. Still, Pokemon was the first gaming franchise period that I ever fell for. Formulaic today, but I still love it. Mario's got more variety, but I haven't played many newer Mario games.
 

rainhero

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Mario all the way. Mario really does have a lot of variety. He has fighting, racing, platforming, and he even had puzzle back with Dr. Mario which my siblings and I were highly addicted to and used to have competitions with all the time. But Mario is definitely our go-to guy for fun on any Nintendo console.
 

SLTE

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insane-ghost said:
I'm particularly fond of Metroid considering it was sort of my first shooter game as a kid on my GameBoy.  There was something really alluring about the atmosphere of the game, and although I didn't understand much of the plot and sort of struggled on the later levels, I really enjoyed the feel of the game. I also played the Gamecube version (Metroid Prime I think it was called?) which had a really nice and creepy atmosphere. It had a lot of replayability too and I really enjoyed exploring it's setpieces.
Metroid always struck me as one of those games that feels like it has a really expansive plot, when it... really... doesn't. Not prior to the Metriod Prime games, anyway.
 

mauricioq

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This question in super easy for me: Pokemon. I've been playing Pokemon since i was a little kid, it's clearly my favorite game and it's still relevant in today's generation. Probably one of the most iconic game series.
 

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