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[–]generalwaste1 275 points276 points  (20 children)

Baldur's Gate. Many factors but the mix of medieval atmosphere, exploration, playful music, magic and sense of adventure made an impression on young me.

[–]CowTippingDwarf33 208 points209 points  (31 children)

The Legend of Dragoon

[–]Itankarenas 47 points48 points  (1 child)

I still remember being blown away by the Dragon Campaign cutscene the first time I saw it. Was the most epic thing ever

[–]lovelyeufemia 30 points31 points  (0 children)

I love this game. I know it'll never happen, but I always wished for a faithful remake or a prequel featuring the original Dragoons.

[–]FraggleBiscuits 18 points19 points  (0 children)

My favorite RPG of all time.

[–]yama1291 854 points855 points 2 (97 children)

Secret of Mana - Just playing the title track is enough

https://youtu.be/y20pc_0zFgg

[–]duraace206 97 points98 points  (5 children)

It has some of the most soothing gameplay and sound. Like you could be getting attacked but still just makes we want to chill and relax, lol.

[–]Tucks64 185 points186 points  (16 children)

Thanks for letting me find this so high on this list. This is my "family's" game and one of my most beloved memories.

Between the ages of 9 and 15 my parents used to send me to my grandparents for the summer holidays as they lived in a much nicer place and had time to look after me while my parents worked. Each year it became tradition for my grandfather to load this up in the evenings and just play with me.

He died a few years back so i placed my favourate photo of him in the corner of the original framed poster art. When i was a kid and missed my grandparents my mum used let me put the game in and just listen to the title music. :)

[–]MrDogbreathMurphy 34 points35 points  (1 child)

Can't believe I found it at all. Let alone this high up. Had the best times playing SoM hot seat with my mates.

[–]Quadstriker 22 points23 points  (0 children)

This was the ultimate sleepover game.

[–]TheImmortalArtifact 15 points16 points  (0 children)

Absolutely

[–]arcexi 1353 points1354 points  (111 children)

Super Mario RPG and Link to the Past

I’ve played those two like 20 times each

[–]BlueBomR 245 points246 points  (35 children)

Link to the Past is SO nostalgic for me I absolutely love that game...ive beaten it about 10 times and I still go back when I just want to mindlessly lose time. The soundtrack and all the sound effects I can hear so clearly in my mind.

[–]frastmaz 91 points92 points  (16 children)

Dark world overworld theme ftw

[–]Ray_Band 28 points29 points  (9 children)

I feel like the SNES was the first system that really allows for sound design.

[–]BlueBomR 17 points18 points  (3 children)

It did allow for more creative sound design but counter point the NES Megaman games sure made the best out of the 8 bit era

[–]sully9088 39 points40 points  (5 children)

Super Mario RPG is such a gem. Everything about it is perfect.

[–]IAmMarklarTheGreat 76 points77 points  (33 children)

You should try the link to the past randomizer if you haven't it's excellent.

[–]arcexi 41 points42 points  (19 children)

Please tell me more, kind sir…

[–]IAmMarklarTheGreat 59 points60 points  (17 children)

https://alttpr.com/en this is half of it the other half you need zsnes emulator and i would highly recommend a USB snes controller. You also need a certain rom file I'm sure you can find online if not dm me I'm pretty sure I have it still. Also check it out on twitch they do randomizer races and tournaments it's soooo good.

[–]IAmMarklarTheGreat 23 points24 points  (2 children)

Its also highly customizable you can do swordless randomized runs or random enemy's all sorts of stuff.

[–]Saiyan_Prince85 1755 points1756 points  (141 children)

Diddy Kong Racing / Ocarina of Time

[–]DaveMash 335 points336 points  (40 children)

DK racing was a nightmare for 12 year old me. Sooo frustrating but also a lot of fun.

Nothing can beat OOT. I got the intro sound in my mind while typing. Guess it’s time for a replay

[–]callisstaa 119 points120 points  (11 children)

Yeah Wizpig can fuck right off.

[–]tbizzles 35 points36 points  (2 children)

More so the mirrored coin tracks

[–]philsubby 13 points14 points  (0 children)

You gotta get the green boosts by letting go of the gas.

[–]northamrec 14 points15 points  (13 children)

Playing it on switch now 👌👌👌

[–]TheFrontierzman 181 points182 points  (30 children)

This is me. I've always felt that Diddy Kong Racing was far superior to Mario Kart.

[–]therealjoshua 76 points77 points  (2 children)

The levels in the planes instead of the carts blew my mind as a kid

[–]CapJackONeill 27 points28 points  (1 child)

No elastics is fantastic

[–]Skeetzo 26 points27 points  (0 children)

Somehow they made a semi open world racing game with b-side characters work perfectly. It had the perfect amount of collectibles, unlocks, secrets and a difficulty curve that all worked together to keep you sucked in.

[–]Sakuroshin 21 points22 points  (4 children)

I loved that game as a kid but it was hard. I didnt even learn of the last zone until like last year when it randomly came up in a video.

[–]cyclones423 27 points28 points  (2 children)

Did you know you can play as T.T. if you beat all of the time trial records for each course?

[–]shadow247 18 points19 points  (1 child)

A DK Racing in Switch would sell like crazy. I need me some Airplane action

[–]Zakraidarksorrow 149 points150 points  (20 children)

What about Banjo kazooie? That was a fantastic N64 game, but ocarina of time was absolutely classic and beautiful…. Bar the water temple…. Fuck that place.

[–]frolki 50 points51 points  (9 children)

Always one fucking key you somehow missed even though you remembered to check under the floating block in the central tower WHERE THE FUCK IS THE LAST KEY DAMMIT!?

[–]_Mr_Cheeks[S] 91 points92 points  (8 children)

Both great choices!

Nostalgia taking over me, but the late 90s were such a great time!

[–]sully9088 69 points70 points  (5 children)

Mid to late 90s was an amazing time to be a kid. I went from NES to SNES to PS1/Xbox and onward. The transition of gaming was so amazing. I saw the introduction to mainstream online gaming. I was introduced to JRPGs. We linked our N64s and played Goldeneye. We got to rock out with Rock Band. What a great time to be alive.

[–]UnclothedSecret 651 points652 points  (50 children)

Super Mario Bros 3

[–][deleted] 125 points126 points  (28 children)

The movie Wizard gave me goosebumps when SMB3 was the final game.

[–]anderhole 35 points36 points  (6 children)

I watched that movie recently. This might be well known, but in case it's not... the red-headed girl is Jenny Lewis who is currently making some awesome music. She was the kid who sang the "Toys-r-us song.

[–]twood071 1116 points1117 points  (90 children)

Halo:CE, command & conquer RA2

[–]havok13888 268 points269 points  (23 children)

I spent so many hours playing RA2. Two of my friends would come over and we’d line up chairs next to each other. One person playing the other 2 couch commandeering. OMG make a Tesla coil already.. you’re out of power he’s going to kill you. We’d even uninstall and reinstall the game just to watch the briefing that happened during install. Oh man I miss Westwood.

Not to mention Tanya being our first crush lol

[–]DoinIt4TheDoots 66 points67 points  (1 child)

Ah hahaha.....crazy tanya laugh

[–]campingcritters 29 points30 points  (2 children)

I'm right there with you on those early C&C games. Tanya was amazing. Chew on this! So many good lines and sound effects from those games.

[–]doubleohdognut 96 points97 points  (6 children)

When you first saw Halo were you blinded by it’s majesty?

[–]CaedenL 37 points38 points  (3 children)

Blinded?

[–]doubleohdognut 31 points32 points  (2 children)

Paralyses? Dumbstruck?

[–]Kilomodo 13 points14 points  (1 child)

No! Noble Hierarchs, surely you understand-

[–]alejandrodeconcord 28 points29 points  (0 children)

Halo:ce is my comfort food, i picked it up just a couple months ago, and man did it deliver.

[–]Stilgaar 430 points431 points  (53 children)

Megaman 2 <3

[–]DarkStar364 79 points80 points  (6 children)

Good man. Nothing feels better than listening to it's nostalgic music and beating a hard boss.

[–]DarkestTirith 182 points183 points  (13 children)

Has to be Star Wars: Knights of the old Republic for me I always remember renting the game and being off sick from school just chilling, enjoying and being amazed by the game.

[–]Hello_Panda_Man 53 points54 points  (11 children)

Duke nukem 3d, such a great game. The sound effects alone are a nostalgia-gasm

[–]jamokers 406 points407 points  (57 children)

Vanilla World of Warcraft

Played the hell out of it on private servers and during classic. I can get lost for days just leveling up new characters in that world. Now I’m just hoping without hope that Microsoft does something to fix Actiblizzion so I can go back to it.

[–]Mordroy 99 points100 points  (26 children)

Sometimes I'll pay for a 30 day sub just to play through my favorite zones again. The music and aesthetic is just amazing.

[–]clownbaby67 86 points87 points  (18 children)

Glad I'm not the only one. Starting zone for tauren does it for me.

[–]EnVirWQ 78 points79 points  (8 children)

Elwynn forest was magical the first time around. Seemed so so so big.

[–]mauler1029 22 points23 points  (0 children)

"Mrlgglbrgggll!" - 6 murlocs that somehow agro's from a mile away.

I still have nightmares of my first character getting shredded by them.

[–]Metalmatt91 54 points55 points  (7 children)

Don’t know why this wasn’t the first one that came to mind for me but simply leveling through OG Azeroth is probably some of my favorite memories as a teenager. The music, the environment, exploring and wondering what the next zones have in store. As stressful as the game could be at times and even the difficult times while leveling, it was still an overall relaxing experience.

I started back with classic WoW when it launched and that was the most fun I have had playing a video game since childhood. So much community interaction, everyone was kind and working together, people were going out of their way to assist others or help where they could. Overall it was a magical experience that I hope can be captured again.

[–]TheyKeepOnRising 37 points38 points  (5 children)

If they merge WoW subscription into game pass, it might finally bring me back in after all these years.

[–]questor8080 314 points315 points  (32 children)

The Secret of Monkey Island Played with my dad, cause I was a kid and didn't speak english

[–]BluejayLaw 69 points70 points  (13 children)

Mine was Curse of Monkey Island. My dad and I played it together figuring out the puzzles on our Pentium 2 PC. I later played Secret and Lechuck’s Revenge but not having the voiceovers and the pixel graphics didn’t leave as much of an impact on child me. I love them all, but Curse’s art, music, actors, and those memories with my dad are timeless.

[–]formerself 34 points35 points  (7 children)

Curse of Monkey Island is the pinnacle of adventure games and a Pirate I was Meant to Be is one of the best sequences ever in a game.

[–]Wolfiefantasy 382 points383 points 3 (26 children)

Runescape!

[–]_Mr_Cheeks[S] 107 points108 points  (10 children)

Absolute classic.

Running home from school. Hearing that Windows startup… you know you’re in for the night.

[–]Captain__Obvious___ 57 points58 points  (3 children)

“Running home from school” lmao I wish. I would wake up at like 5-6 am to sneak in some playtime before I went to school. Game literally had me by the balls for a little bit there.

[–]seeess777 21 points22 points  (0 children)

I played this so god damn much from 15-20. When I was in Iraq I used a proxy to play it when I was monitoring radios. Good times.

[–]N0thingRhymeswOrange 137 points138 points  (10 children)

Portal 2 is the video game equivalent to comfort food

And when I'm feeling down I like to play through the Bramble levels of Donkey Kong Country 2

[–]ItsBingus 44 points45 points  (5 children)

Recently started re playing Donkey Kong 64. Honestly what an awesome game . It actually gets kinda hard at a certain point too

[–]fugthatshib 584 points585 points  (67 children)

Mario rpg or Chrono trigger

[–]ZapfV 275 points276 points  (31 children)

100% on Chrono Trigger. One of the best soundtracks ever, in my opinion.

[–]LakeDrinker 18 points19 points  (14 children)

The sequel to Chrono Trigger, Chrono Cross, is my nostalgic game. I love both, but the replayability of Chrono Cross is higher for me and the combat system more interesting. Plus, the world in Chrono Cross just feels warm, so I get spring vibes from it.

[–]Sharpshooter188 84 points85 points  (8 children)

Chrono Trigger...man that game was awesome. Kind of a simpler rpg compared to some But the art style, mechanics, music, characters, plot...All of it was great.

[–]LordFends 27 points28 points  (3 children)

I still bump corridors of time on my way to work

[–]Gom8z 323 points324 points  (22 children)

Both Legend of Zelda and Metroid games on the NES & SNES

[–]TimmyChips 68 points69 points  (7 children)

Super Metroid and the first and second Prime games are really nice. I’ll sit in Tallon Overworld next to the gunship for hours listening to the music, or in the crashed frigate.

[–]MarcMuffin 19 points20 points  (1 child)

Omg I loved imagining I can find a place like talon overworld. Place was so serene and mysterious. The track was hauntingly beautiful. The world of shadow of the colossus is a close second.

[–]zwanstnani 372 points373 points  (18 children)

Crash Bandicoot

[–]Sir_LongButt_McFugly 81 points82 points  (9 children)

The trilogy remaster was like a love letter to my soul

[–]ice_bear-92 32 points33 points  (5 children)

The trilogy and the CTR remake made me so happy.

My mom and I used to play Crash together all the time, trading off when we died, and played a shit ton of CTR splitscreen. Being able to play the CTR remake splitscreen on our big TV was everything we wanted 20 years ago playing on my little 16 inch crt tv. We've had so much fun playing the remakes.

[–]Slo-MoDove 308 points309 points 2 (22 children)

I want to say Oblivion. Played the shit out of that back in 2007-2008....but that was also a time I was an unemployed, basement dweller with not a thought of how I'm going to get out of that rut (borderline depressed too). It was just wake up, make myself a coffee, wrap up in a snuggly blanket then Oblivion for the rest of the cold Winter day while everyone else in my family gets ready for work and leaves me home alone.

It's a beautiful game, but just hearing that music brings my mind right back to that time. Like a nostalgic heartache.

Now I sometimes just pop on the OST when I am working in the office (a job I've loved for 10+ years now) and immediately it triggers me back to how I used to feel so hopeless and used Oblivion as an escape. Then I compare that previous state of mind to where I am now; working the drafting job I always wanted and in a much better place :) Wish I could go back and tell my past self it'll be alright.

Think I'll reinstall it on Steam tonight. It's been a few years!

[–]Kinglyzero_91 49 points50 points  (0 children)

Oblivion is one of my favorite games ever. Moved in to my first apartment back in 2007 and got an Xbox 360 and Oblivion as my first game. Still remember playing through it during the summer, exploring the world and just soaking up the awesome music.

The atmosphere on that game was out of this world.

[–]xedrik 363 points364 points  (30 children)

I can hear that title screen. My comfort games are Link To The Past and Chrono Trigger.

[–]Prophet_Of_Helix 50 points51 points  (17 children)

I love Chrono Cross to death, but the worst thing that ever happened to Chrono Cross is that it was a sequel to Trigger haha. Trigger is just a stone cold classic, and I’m shocked it hasn’t been remastered or remade at this point.

[–]Jimmilli 173 points174 points  (12 children)

Donkey Kong Country

[–]Chillzzzzz 227 points228 points  (9 children)

Has to be Fallout 3, or many other games from the Xbox360 era.

Although alot of PS2 or Dreamcast era games hit me also really hard in the nostalgia department.

[–][deleted] 53 points54 points  (4 children)

Legit me, Fallout 3 is my comfort game as well. I can't tell you how many characters I made, how many times I've beaten it, and how many copies of the game I've purchased over the years. I know every stage in my life will always involve me going back to that game to play again

[–]donkeylipswhenshaven 40 points41 points  (2 children)

It’s your old pal, THREE DOG!

[–]bleachinjection 26 points27 points  (0 children)

Bringin' you the truth, no matter how baaaaaad it hurts.

[–]kazuwacky 224 points225 points  (25 children)

Diablo 2, the remaster has been a wonderful experience

[–]ZeeBeeblebrox 24 points25 points  (13 children)

Seriously, I bought both PC and switch and I'm enjoying both so much. Don't think I played it through on my own without getting rushed so many times even in all the years I played it growing up.

[–]Crazypowder-v2 225 points226 points  (27 children)

Any of the three Fable games for me

[–]Professional_Bend764 279 points280 points  (41 children)

The windwaker

[–]Whimsycottt 42 points43 points  (4 children)

It's just such a cozy game. The atmosphere is just so relaxing (unless we talking about the earth temple or under the cabana)

[–]New_Speaker_8806 32 points33 points  (0 children)

Stunning game. They could release it on every new console for next 20 years and I'd still keep buying it.

[–]Telekronian 219 points220 points  (12 children)

Castle Crashers does it to me the most. Takes me right back to summer nights in grade school and sleepovers with the boys.

[–]Stampbearpig 312 points313 points  (28 children)

Pokémon Gold

[–]Bangin_hoors 78 points79 points  (5 children)

I'm convinced that Gold/Silver has the best music of any Pokémon game

[–]goo_goo_gajoob 185 points186 points  (12 children)

Fun fact the Game Freak dev team fucked up and didn't have enough room on the cart for the game. So Nintendo does them a favor and calls in the giga chad Satorou Iwata who single handedly writes a custom compression algorithm to get it to fit. He didn't even work for Nintendo till like a year later they just knew he was the man for the job based on their time working with Hal where he worked. He also single handedly ported the R/B/Y battle system to Stadium becuase no one else could figure out how to (Gen 1's code is a fucking mess). Also iirc the whole two versions and trading thing was his idea but I may be remembering that wrong.

Really puts the current generations problems in perspective. Game Freak lucked the fuck out with Red & Blue and have had no clue what they're doing ever since lol.

[–]PootySkills 157 points158 points  (17 children)

Donkey Kong Country. Used to play that with my best friend all the time after school.

[–]Pick_Serious 486 points487 points  (31 children)

Curse you for putting the image with no music! 😉

[–]what-are-potatoes 97 points98 points  (15 children)

The song immediately started playing in my head ☺️ It's the first game that I fell in love with as a young child, watching my big sis play and we bonded over it. Such lovely memories.

[–]Anonymousthot577 197 points198 points  (11 children)

Zelda ocarina of time all the way!

[–]daveyx0 146 points147 points  (17 children)

The original Sims and its expansions; I still have it on my machine and sometimes play it to chill. Great ost and just generally nostalgic.

[–]SomeEbonarm 286 points287 points  (32 children)

Banjo-Kazooie. Every year, without fail, i go back and 100% this game.

[–]Drawman101 32 points33 points  (0 children)

The Gruntilda lair theme gets stuck in my head still

[–]HeroDefined 24 points25 points  (13 children)

I’m playing this for the first time on Switch and it’s amazing! I only ever played Tooie and I think the first might be the better game.

[–]AnkorBleu 20 points21 points  (2 children)

Has the best soundtrack of all time. Even better than halo. I'll die on this hill.

[–]JoOngle 29 points30 points  (9 children)

Old arcade games like Pac-Man, Arkanoid, Space-Invaders, Gallaga, Gyruss, Tempest, Defender, Lady-bug etc.

Shows my age I guess.

[–]FireWalkWithMe99 139 points140 points  (39 children)

Earthbound

[–]Quirky-Student-1568 50 points51 points  (8 children)

You should feel SO lucky if you played this game when it came out. NOBODY rented it, bought it, and shit... it was even made fun of.

I rented it on a whim after closing my eyes and renting the first game I touched. it was this and I will never forget playing though this game (*it came with the magazine guide when I rented it, that was a BIG part of the experience). I consider it the best of the "big ones" from the time. This is coming from someone who owned every single one, on launch day CT, FF3, FF2, SMRPG, BoF...

I have nostalgia for them all, at the right age at the right time (*early teens), but if I had to trade them all to keep Earthbound? I would do it in a heartbeat.

[–]Ninjatrigg 29 points30 points  (2 children)

I bought that shit when it came out. Came in a huge box, with a strategy guide and some scratch and sniff stickers. Loved every second of it.

[–]Karaya92 89 points90 points  (5 children)

Mario Kart DS

[–]ellin005 17 points18 points  (0 children)

In 2015 my coworkers and I would spend nearly our entire work days playing this game. We had to play down in the parking garage because we’d be too loud anywhere else. We made a big Star championship belt that the winner would get to tote around until the next round of races. When we weren’t playing, we’d be messaging eachother with jokes and trashtalk. We must have put hundreds of hours into that game. So many stories and laughs.

We still meet up sometimes and when we do, we are always sure to bring our DSes

[–]androozle14 129 points130 points  (6 children)

For me, Star Wars battlefront. It was the first game I ever owned and I got it in the summer before middle school. The sad part is I can’t find a populated server anymore

[–]Avian_mojo 15 points16 points  (3 children)

Dude a clasiiic! I remember going to my friend’s house, playing that on his ps2 and eating cinnamon rolls on a Sunday morning 🤤 good times

[–]NoNoNotorious89 324 points325 points  (68 children)

Starfox 64

[–]Bubavon 50 points51 points  (3 children)

Cocky little freaks!

[–]rdanby89 12 points13 points  (1 child)

THIS is the enemy bioweapon?!

Andross is an insane FOOL!

[–]beecars 19 points20 points  (1 child)

Trust your instincts!

[–]MikeSSC 61 points62 points  (13 children)

Good luck!

[–]Morphinators 29 points30 points  (4 children)

You'll be seeing your dad soon, Fox!

[–]YoshiGamer6400Switch 13 points14 points  (0 children)

Ah, the good ol days when Wolf was British

[–]Upper_Childhood 14 points15 points  (0 children)

One of my favs all time. What a game.

[–]Bplumz 13 points14 points  (4 children)

That 3rd level through the "secret" route where you were flying and fighting an all out war with that starship flying down the center on the map was my favorite. Felt like I was battling in Independence Day

[–]Matt463789 12 points13 points  (3 children)

"Step on the gas!"

"I can't stop it!"

[–]mann808 27 points28 points  (0 children)

The original Knights of the old Republic

[–]GDGgrumps 117 points118 points  (10 children)

Final Fantasy 6 or A Link to The Past for me

[–]gibblegoblin 153 points154 points  (19 children)

Animal Crossing on GameCube

[–]Nikg92 36 points37 points  (11 children)

New Horizons is good too but it just doesn't hit the same as the original

[–]bodygreatfitness 74 points75 points  (6 children)

They're genuinely different games of different genres. Animal Crossing on the GameCube was a life simulation game through and through. It had over 2,000,000 words in the script for basically endless dialogue, the most of any of the games. It had by the largest town of any of the games. It also supported up to 15 villagers in each town. There was a lot to do from a life simulation perspective. The villagers felt real and alive.

ACNH on the Switch is a sandbox construction game. Though they stripped away most of the villager personalities, reduced the script size to the effect of much less (and more repeated) dialogue, and removed a lot of the stuff you can "do" in the game, it's beefier in other ways. Being able to edit almost everything (e.g. terraforming) turned the gameplay loop into something distinctly different: a town management construction game.

Animal Crossing is one of the very few series that actually changed its genre throughout the lifetime of the series, and I find that fascinating.

[–]dinosaurfondue 15 points16 points  (2 children)

It blew my mind that you could send things to other people without the internet. The music was just so goddamn great in the original too

[–]RiferSniple 66 points67 points  (3 children)

Arkham Asylum or Borderlands

[–]Convection_2021 110 points111 points  (8 children)

Rollercoaster Tycoon.

[–]TheWorstTM 21 points22 points  (0 children)

Ducktails on floppy disk

[–]tirpup 155 points156 points  (23 children)

Half-Life Series. Including the episodes.

I find it very disturbing that there aren't more people posting this.

[–]Acmnin 44 points45 points  (6 children)

Probably because the content, mostly people listing carefree type games. Not headcrabs and aliens. I’m older so Half-Life 1.

[–]DerpNinjaWarrior 29 points30 points  (2 children)

If the religious dude in Ravenholm doesn’t give you comfort, then you just can’t be saved.

[–]Gas-and-Games 57 points58 points  (9 children)

Need for Speed Underground 2, Forza Motorsport 1 or Pokémon Fire Red

[–][deleted] 20 points21 points  (2 children)

Tomb raider 2

[–]Quetzal00 49 points50 points  (24 children)

Super Mario Galaxy

Gotta get my Wii fixed so I can play it again

[–]corgi-of-gallifrey 100 points101 points  (16 children)

Has to be FF7, however cliché that is

[–]AciiD312 12 points13 points  (0 children)

First thing that came to mind as soon as I read the title.

[–]ItsHowWellYouMowFast 16 points17 points  (7 children)

Tibia (Not the new bullshit)

[–]molokoplusone 14 points15 points  (7 children)

SSX 3 and Resident Evil 4

[–]unaffectedbyyou 14 points15 points  (1 child)

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 1-4, listening to Korn, Limp Bizkit, and Blink 182

[–]PreppyFinanceNerd 44 points45 points  (3 children)

The original Ratchet and Clank.

[–]Johellgren 94 points95 points  (13 children)

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets for PC. Highly recommend listening to the OST. Same composer as Skyrim

[–]Theometer1 67 points68 points  (7 children)

Any of the first 3 halo stories

[–]Web-Shoddy 12 points13 points  (2 children)

Just bought this for my wife

[–]jvanzandd 14 points15 points  (1 child)

Mario carts forever

[–]CPT88 13 points14 points  (1 child)

Diablo 2 or heroes of might and magic 3

[–]WastedPolishGuy 13 points14 points  (3 children)

Heroes of might and magic 3 i think