Day 1 - Your very first video game.
Day 2 - Your favorite character.
Day 3 - An underrated game.
Day 4 - Your guilty pleasure game.
Day 5 - Game character you feel you are most like (or wish you were).
Day 6 - Most annoying character.
Day 7 - Favorite game couple.
Day 8 - Best soundtrack.
Day 9 - Saddest game scene.
Day 10 - Best gameplay.
Day 11 - Gaming system of choice.
Day 12 - A game everyone should play.
Day 13 - A game you’ve played more than five times.
Day 14 - Current (or most recent) gaming wallpaper.
Day 15 - Post a screenshot from the game you’re playing right now.
Day 16 - Game with the best cut scenes.
Day 17 - Favorite antagonist.
Day 18 - Favorite protagonist.
Day 19 - Picture of a game setting you wish you lived in.
Day 20 - Favorite genre.
Day 21 - Game with the best story.
Day 22 - A game sequel which disappointed you.
Day 23 - Game you think had the best graphics or art style.
Day 24 - Favorite classic game.
Day 25 - A game you plan on playing.
Day 26 - Best voice acting.
Day 27 - Most epic scene ever.
Day 28 - Favorite game developer.
Day 29 - A game you thought you wouldn’t like, but ended up loving.
Day 30 - Your favorite game of all time.
At first I couldn't think of one... And then I remembered I had this game in my DS collection:
Yes, Final Fantasy Fables: Chocobo Tales. Normally I don't care much for "cutesy" games, but it looked like a decent game so I picked it up. As I haven't played this game in forever, I tried turning to wikipedia for the plot, but they really weren't helpful. So forgive me as I try to fuzzily remember.
Basically there was this girl named Shirma, and Chocobo the Chocobo who found this book that shouldn't be opened, but they didn't know that and opened it, and as a result unleashed evil into the world. They then set off to find the picture books that would set things right to save the world. Each of the picture books were famous fables adapted to fit the Final Fantasy universe, and once they found the book they were transported into them to solve a series of mini-games to complete the book and read the entire story.
There were some villains that tried to stop you or use the books for their own purposes. Eventually you'd wind up fighting them, and the fights were Yu-Gi-Oh style card battles.
Surprisingly, it's really fun for a game geared for younger children, and the mini games are interesting enough to not feel like a chore.
The graphics (for a DS game) are gorgeous and adorable without being overdosed with cute, like similar games.
The reason I picked up the game in the first place? I had the plushie.