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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.


I'm fairly certain I've never played a game more than 5 times.  Although I love video games, I'm really not likely to replay them.  It's just who I am.

I have, however, played two games more than once, and they are:



I'm kind of sort of playing through it now (for canon review), and although playing it again reminds me the cases are all right, it has my absolute favorite cast of characters ever and I'm sure I'll play through it at least once more.



The other was another Nintendo DS game, Hotel Dusk.  I almost did this one for best gameplay before deciding to go with LittleBigPlanet. I'm a sucker for a good mystery, and not only does this have a detective story right out of the 50s, it also has a good cast of characters and a lot of little things to do.  It's also a text-based, which is a big turn on for me.



It's also played by holding the DS sideways, and the screen can be customized if you're left-handed.  It really gives it a feel that you're reading a book, rather than playing a game.  And I can really get behind that.

Date: 2011-01-14 05:46 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] cjspooks.livejournal.com
Whoooo, left-handed gameplay. I like the idea of that. Good times.

Date: 2011-01-14 07:04 pm (UTC)
From: [identity profile] red_confession.livejournal.com
It has to do that, otherwise you're holding the DS with your dominant hand and it gets hard to write on the touch screen.

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