What is the most addicting game you've ever played? (1 Viewer)

TheOnetl

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Whats the most addicting game everyones played? topping out all of my old ones is Patapon on the psp ?:lol: ?nothing says awesome like a tribe of eyeballs attacking and dancing to a drum rythum with axes,spears, and...musical notes ?8O ?thats deadly lol
 

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Most addicting games i've ever played?

Id have to say Super Smash Bros. Melee.. ive played that game more than any other game in my lifetime.

Ima buy patapon for my psp. Looks cool.
 

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For me, i am going to have to say POKEMON SILVER FOR THE GAMEBOY!!!

I'm not kidding, its not my favorite game, and I played it when I was younger, but I was never able to put it down.
 

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Barney99";p="11640 said:
For me, i am going to have to say POKEMON SILVER FOR THE GAMEBOY!!!

I'm not kidding, its not my ?favorite game, and I played it when I was younger, but I was never able to put it down.
I think you need to fix that.

But on topic i think my favorite game was FarCry for a while.
 

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Gotta say Super Metroid for SNES.. Ever since I picked it up around 6 yrs old I could never put it down lol. YEAH I FEEL OLD.
 

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I dont know about addicting, but Tes4 Oblivion, I have prolly put about 100-200 hours into it because of all the mods
 

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Hmm i say deus EX, It's te only game i plyed 14 times to see what other routes I can take.
 

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i tried rune but i found it very dull.

i think you can build a camp fire....

not so good.
 

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