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Hello, my name is Sylvin Wallace. I'm currently a 20-year old male in Arlington Texas.
Let me get started by getting the obvious out of the way. I'm a lazy bastard with a penance for skipping out of updates and love to make stories about lesbians. Just look below and see how many I written. I'm trying to get started on a longer story, but so far, I'm having no luck what so ever. I have finished ten chapters done about a lesbian high school on DA, and have no interest of moving it to FanFiction.Net, as it would belong in a highly ignored section, given the amount of crossovers between anime, games, and cartoons.
And now, my top ten games!
10. Batman Arkham Series
I'm a PS Fan, always have been, always will be. Okay, the Arkham series is a multi-platform game, but a good amount of the games on this list are PS-centric.
Anyway, I've been following the Arkham series, and will be getting Origins when it comes out. While Asylum is much harder given the Riddler Puzzles and the less defined combat system, I do like the feel and look of Asylum better than City. City is a wonderful game, but I've played Asylum a bit too much
9. Shadow Hearts
And let's get into my favorite game series of all times. A trilogy of games featured on the PS2 taking place in the early 20th century with a long adventure, enjoyable characters, a fun battle system and a good sense of humor.
This is the original game, and it saddens me to say this, and my least-favorite. The combat system is anarchic, the graphics dull at times, the story is thinned out, but those observations only come from someone who played the trilogy backwards. It's still a enjoyable game, with a great soundtrack, a wickly awesome final boss, and obviously, without this game, the later two would have never come forward. REMAKE THIS! HD EDITION DAMNIT!
8. Mass Effect 2:
So far, there's nothing that the Xbox can offer me that I can't get on the PS3 or the 3DS. Thank god they put this game on the PS3. But a middle finger to EA for shutting down the free DLC. I had to pay for something that was originally free and it lasted a little under a year. Still, Zaeed and the Geth Plasma Shotgun has proved to be incredibly useful. Plus the PS3 edition was nice enough to put the Shadow Broker, Kasumi, and Overlord on the disc.
Regardless of the sham, I love this game's characters. Yes, even Miranda deserves some love (Why do you think I pair her with Samara?) and even Jacob. While I prefer playing on Causal for the excellent story and characters, I was able to play on Hardcore to get the Geth Pulse Rifle, and continued the rest of that playthrough on Veteran. Thank god for Vanguard. Still, my favorite missions is by far the ones on Tuchanka.
7. Tomba 2: The Evil Swine Returns!:
The first game I actually went to the store and picked out myself. Yeah, I used a giftcard, but I still have the game and still bust it out.
What's so enjoyable about this game? Nearly everything, save for the damnable trolley race. While the game can be rather short if you know what you're doing (And trust me, I know what I'm doing) I still love every minute of it. It always left such a impression on me as a kid, and it's possibly one of the reasons I got into writing. To take the enjoyability of the game to others. They released the first game on the PSN, and sadly, due to money issues, I have yet to buy it. But I will get it one day to play the one that started it all.
6. Yakuza 4/Ryu Ga Gotoku 4:
I saw this game on the shelf at Gamestop and bought it on a impulse buy. And what do you know, it's AWESOME! And don't forget MANLY!
Where do I begin with a game that has four great characters with differing personalities and battle strategies, a enticing story with many twists and turns in a city filled with life, a battle system dedicated to absolute pain, various minigames to keep you busy, and a experience that actively awards you. It's like a condensed Grand Theft Auto or Sleeping Dogs...in fact, people have compared Sleeping Dogs and Yakuza and I've seen more people support Yakuza, specifically, this game. While this game is easier than the others (3 loves to slap you in the face all the time.) it's by far the best game and the one you should start with.
5. Shadow HeartCovenant:
This is the best reviewed, most known, and highly loved child of the Shadow Hearts trilogy. And yet, it's only No. 5 on my list. Why? I love it, and it's characters, but I love the other games more.
It's a great, focused story that spans two discs (In the PS2 era no less!) with a improved combat system from the original, better voice acting, (Stephanie Shea as Princess Anastasia for the win!) characters that will long stay in your mind after you stop playing...it's a great game, deserving of the many awards it earned (IGN gave it a game of the year award) but personally, there's always a better game. Lovely game, but on my list, it's a little lower.
4. Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride:
My first experience of Final Fantasy was rocky, starting with DS version of the third game (No save points in any dungeons.) and Dirge of Cerberus. (Bleugh.) This was my first experience with Dragon Quest, and boy, what a experience. Sadly, Dragon Quest IX was a letdown compared to this.
This is the best reviewed game for a reason. While the other games follow the 'Chosen One' story, this one throws that the window and follows the story of a young man growing up in a hostile world as he searches for his missing mother. A epic story that spans three generations, you can recruit several monsters to follow you, and marry a beautiful girl and father two powerful children. While not having much else to do besides gamble and fight, it's has a deep and moving story that's written incredibly well.
3. Original Spyro Trilogy:
Originally, we had a Dreamcast. It had Sonic in a screenshot on the side of package, and I was excited to him, as I was a big fan of the darker Sonic the Hedgehog show. But no, cried my dad. It has bad reviews, so out it goes! In exchange, we got our first Playstation. I was a bit angry, to the point where I created various stories where Spyro was always the bad guy, and he usually did evil things for no reason. But then I actually watched and played Spyro...and well...
It became my favorite games on the original Playstation. While the first game had it's flaws, the others got better and better, with more characters, more voice acting, more minigames to break up the pace, it continued to add more content...until the later games. The Legend of Spyro games I have nothing but utter bitter disregard for, especially the second one, the Eternal Night. That games sucks. While the original games usually allowed a good amount of freedom, the new ones are too linear and too boring. I'll stay with the original series and kindly wait for someone to bring it back.
2. Pokemon Series:
Yeah, I'm cheating, but this series...oh boy.
My first game I ever beat was Freddi Fish 2. But my first real game was Pokemon Yellow, and boy, if you know what I'm talking about, that wasn't a game for a kid to play. But still, this the game series I've been following my entire life, and I will not stop for anything save for death itself. I have nothing else to say but...thank you.
1. Shadow Hearts: From the New World:
The final game in the trilogy so far. And by far, my favorite one and my favorite game of all time.
It has the best battle system, most likable characters I ever seen, a beautiful and engaging world, a simple story with only a few hiccups...
It's not the best written game. It's not the funniest game. It's not the most awesome game. But it's perfect for me. I can see myself in all of the characters. It's perfect.
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