Ok it works like any other Desert Island question. You can have 10 video games to play for the rest of your life, however there’s a catch. The 10 games must all have been made before 2006. Why 2006, you may ask? The last PS1 game was released in 2005 and I thought that would be a good cut off point(So no PS2 games). There are games like RPG maker on PS2 which sort of changes the rules so I was trying to avoid that and some other games that cause issue with the whole 10 game limit. Remember this isn’t your 10 favorite games(I guess it could be). These are the games you will be playing for the rest of your life. So variety might be important.
Final Fantasy 7 (PS1)
NFL Blitz (PS1)
NFL Hangtime (PS1)
2 on 2 Open Ice Challenge(NBA Jam but for hockey) (PS1)
Without online game play I think I’d get bored of any game pretty quick
I would rather have call of duty and just be limited to hardcore team death match vs any 10 games. That is at least different every time.
That was the very first arcade game I ever played. I wasn’t even big enough to reach the controls, my dad picked me up to play it. The announcers count when there are pins is engrained in my head. That robotic sort of voice that gives the word “one” like 12 syllables. “Two” was very short and then “THREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE”
I don’t play much at all either anymore but I’d have to make sure I had some variety with the 10 games.
Breath of the Wild
Madden (not sure which year, I haven’t played since '13 i think)
Link to the Past
Nascar (gamecube unless there are better ones now)
Command and Conquer Red Alert (PC)
UFC 3 Undisputed
Tiger Woods Golf (Wii)
Assassins Creed Brotherhood