I've played a whole bunch of video games over the years, but there aren't that many I've played all the way through, for a variety of reasons. Here these are:
(1992 Video Game)
Blasting Nazis left and right in an attempt to assassinate Hitler and escape from Castle Wolfenstein...
“ An absolute classic and still a whole lot of fun to play, with great atmosphere. Played on PC. ” - Happy_Evil_Dude
“ A decent early fighting game for the Dreamcast, though the system's best fighting game is probably Dead Or Alive 2. Played on Dreamcast. ” - Happy_Evil_Dude
“ An incredibly fun, if quite short beat 'em all, featuring an incredible arsenal of weapons: you can bash your enemies with everything from normal bullets to grenades, missiles, bread, apples, mannequins, hairspray, pepper, etc.... Played on Dreamcast. ” - Happy_Evil_Dude
“ An average kart-less bonus-less Mario Kart-like that is also incredibly short. Played on Dreamcast. ” - Happy_Evil_Dude
(1998 Video Game)
Sonic is back in 128 bits and must save the world again from his evil nemesis Dr. Eggman.
“ One of the best platform games ever, and a superb transition to 3D for the blue hedgehog. The game features six characters with individual gameplay and criss-crossing storylines, providing an incredible and welcome variety. Played on Dreamcast. ” - Happy_Evil_Dude
(1999 Video Game)
Ryo, a respected Japanese student sees his father killed in front of his own eyes. He sets out to find the man in charge of his fathers death and the mystery of who and why?
“ One of the best games ever, an absolutely spell-binding experience that wasn't like anything anyone had ever seen in gaming before, and one might argue still hasn't been equalled. The sequel is also marvellous, but unfortunately I only played 25% of it before my Dreamcast mostly stopped working. ” - Happy_Evil_Dude
“ Hasn't had too great a reception, but I found it to be a really fun speedboat racer. Perhaps because there aren't too many speedboat racers out there. That and the courses themselves are inventive and really fun to look at. Played on Dreamcast. ” - Happy_Evil_Dude
(2007 Video Game)
A man enters a machine called the Animus that lets him relive the memories of his ancestor, a 12th century assassin named Altair.
“ Not among the very best games I've ever played but it certainly was very good. The story wasn't as compelling as I'd hoped and it can get somewhat repetitively boring, but it's also addictive as hell and the developers succeeded in creating an engrossing atmosphere and an incredibly detailed world, though Shenmue did it better 8 years earlier. Played on PC. ” - Happy_Evil_Dude