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tarheeljks
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Re: Games with tremendous storylines? [Re: goofyballer]
      #13204503 - 12/01/07 06:17 PM

if you like star wars the kotor games have good story lines. they were originally released on xbox, but they are on pc also.

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Jack of Arcades
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Re: Games with tremendous storylines? [Re: tarheeljks]
      #13204613 - 12/01/07 06:27 PM

MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3.

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Re: Games with tremendous storylines? [Re: Jack of Arcades]
      #13204857 - 12/01/07 06:49 PM

Quote:

MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3.



He asked for games. Not movies where you have to press a button every 5 minutes.


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Re: Games with tremendous storylines? [Re: fiskebent]
      #13204911 - 12/01/07 06:54 PM

Quote:

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MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3 MGS3.



He asked for games. Not movies where you have to press a button every 5 minutes.




Nice.


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Re: Games with tremendous storylines? [Re: SoloAJ]
      #13205519 - 12/01/07 07:54 PM

There are very few video games with great or interesting stories IMO.

You might want to try Secret of Evermore for SNES, kind of quirky storyline and interesting world that I remember really liking.

I loved the MGS series, Twin Snakes for GC and MGS2 and 3 for PS2 would make for a good winter break trilogy IMO.

I'd recommend Shenmue 1 & 2 as well if you could easily get your hands on a Dreamcast and Xbox.


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zyrrth
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Re: Games with tremendous storylines? [Re: dibbs]
      #13205945 - 12/01/07 08:32 PM

Planescape: torment prolly has the deepest story in any videogame.

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Zutroy
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Re: Games with tremendous storylines? [Re: dibbs]
      #13206012 - 12/01/07 08:39 PM

MGS 3 does have a great storyline and is overall one of the best games I've played. If you don't mind going old school, and if you can find a copy, Suikoden 2 had one of the best storylines I've seen in a game. It was very compelling and didn't really lose steam as they tend to. Suikoden 3 also had a great and uniquely told story in it. Those are the only two I've played so far but I think the Suikoden series is pretty grossly underrated. Anyway, both are worth looking into if you like the FF series.

Also, I didn't see this mentioned but Grim Fandango is hands down a must-play if you are looking for story. The graphics are quite outdated but I think it is still playable. Adventure might not be your thing, but it is seriously worth considering (again it is rather old so tracking down a copy might be difficult).

Edited by Zutroy (12/01/07 08:57 PM)


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Re: Games with tremendous storylines? [Re: Zutroy]
      #13206218 - 12/01/07 09:02 PM

first thing i thought of was all the metal gear solids. amazing amazing game

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Re: Games with tremendous storylines? [Re: ADK]
      #13206446 - 12/01/07 09:19 PM

Godfather Blackhand is interesting. obviously it follows the plot of The Godfather, but fills in the behind the scenes with your character.

edit: example, you are sitting in the restaurant when Michael Corleone assassinates Solazzo and the cop and help him escape.

Edited by eviljeff (12/01/07 09:22 PM)


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Re: Games with tremendous storylines? [Re: eviljeff]
      #13206648 - 12/01/07 09:39 PM

I enjoyed the story in God of War

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