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Welcome back to the All-Tim Countdown’s 10 Favorite Video Games.

With this countdown, Jon Johnston and I are taking a look back at our top 10 favorite video games of all time. The background to the countdown can be found at the #10 link, but as you can probably tell, Jon and I grew up playing different video games as I grew up in the greatest era of all time and Jon grew up in another.

If you want to get a countdown, here it is: 10th place.9th place.8th place.7th place.

Nate’s 6th Place Game – Super Mario World/Super Mario Bros 3/Super Mario Kart

Nate’s 6th Place Game - Super Mario World/Super Mario Bros 3/Super Mario Kart

ok I admit this may be a scam. To see also : 5 hilarious video games parodying Dungeons & Dragons. Although these three games belong to the Mario Bros world, they are to some extent three different types of games.

Anyway, I decided to get it together.

Super Mario World was “next level” for me. Since when can we go back and play the same levels over and over again? The Ghost Houses with that creepy music was awesome.

Then there is Yoshi who wants to eat everything and depending on the color of the shell you eat you will be able to fly or smash the ground. Or shoot fireballs. Oh, and you can repeatedly sacrifice Yoshi by leaving him where he is or by jumping over a whole one and using it to jump as he falls into the abyss.

Oh! And then there’s the cape you can get by getting a feather. You can fly to all levels when you learn how to do it.

Of all the Mario games, it’s probably the easiest. Especially when you learn tricks.

Then there is Super Mario 3 which was also a game changer but not like Super Mario World. I see Super Mario 3 in the same category as Super Mario Bros and Super Mario 2.

We all know Super Mario 2 was trash right? Or maybe I’m alone in that. Super Mario Bros was also really good but I couldn’t put it on the list.

What Super Mario 3 introduced was the idea of ​​hoarding. Until you had to collect all the mushrooms, leaves, whistles and such.

Finally, Super Mario Kart. Mario Kart on the SNES.

I think there will be many who think Mario Kart on the N64 should be on the list among other Mario games. But unfortunately, I didn’t have an N64 growing up, so it sucked. It was SNES and Sega Genesis.

This makes me realize that I don’t think there is a single Sega Genesis game on my list. There are some that immediately pop into my head, like Sonic the Hedgehog with Tails and Knuckles.

Mario Kart was a game I played for hours and hours and hours on the SNES with my brother. It’s probably not a great game but it’s definitely one of my favorites.

This was tough. I thought about putting two other games here; Borderlands and Mass Effect. I loved all the Borderland games because they took a fun and weird perspective when most of the others were SOOOOO serious. I mean, who can forget Face McShooty?

Mass Effect… I like a story. I like the characters. The Mass Effect trilogy had both, and their interactions were more sophisticated than most games of the time. I’m not 100% sure, but it seems that when the Mass Effect games started introducing a moral component to the story your decisions affected the outcome.

But the Final Fantasy series beats them both, and of all the FF games, I have to pick X as my favorite. I know a lot of people like VII, but the story in X was intriguing, especially because of Tidus.

Final Fantasy X was released in 2001. The graphics at the time were amazing. The turn-based combat system and the variety of characters allowed for quite complex strategies to deal with different types of enemies.

You had six characters in your travel party, and you could choose three at a time in any encounter. You could trade them, but you had your three favorites, and of course whatever your favorite was was to summon and kill enemies.

The whole Tidus – Yuna thing was interesting. Wakka’s desire to excel at Blitzball was interesting. Then there was Auron the dead boy and Lulu, the girl who would pull a doll or child or little demon out of her hair and cast a spell that would run across the screen to attack any evil they encountered.

It all comes together and it’s a bit weird. I like it weird.

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