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There are too many endings to count and u can waste a lot of time just getting them all.

I used to be a lot more like that; wanting to complete a game 100%. Now I tend to have less patience, once the narrative is revealed. I think FF7 was the last game I completed every possible aspect of. I guess perhaps I had more time, less money and no girlfriend. As time become a commodity you have to trade with a partner, your attention to gaming minutiae becomes lessened.

Games like Mario Kart I still pick up today and have a big session, trying to knock down those times, shave a corner here. Even the multiplayer is not too behind the times to play. Multi player Halo/Goldeneye being slightly more engaging nowadays, but not by much.

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That's an easy one for me.
It would totally be Super Metroid..........the best game ever. :wink:

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That's an easy one for me.
It would totally be Super Metroid..........the best game ever. :wink:


I play Super Metroid like how most new people play first person shooters online.

I can move around and I can shoot, but before I know it, I'm dead!




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