That Game you wish you could forget just so you could play it again ?

deathlord552

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Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
My favorite 3D Zelda game, and the first time I played it all those years ago I used a guide, so now when I replay I know how to do everything but when I think back to how I first did it, I remember I used a guide and that just spoils the experience for me. Curse my youthful foolishness.
 

GonzoGamer

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Echo136 said:
Probably Oblivion and Fallout 3 ( i know they were mentioned). As soon as you step out of the sewers in Oblivion, or the Vault in Fallout 3, you see the world and realize what a big place it is and dont know where anything it. Exploring it was huge amounts of fun. But now if I start a game I know where everything is and it takes away the initial charm.
My feelings too. Even moreso for Fallout 3. But to tell you the truth, I bet I still haven?t seen everything in that one. The capital wasteland was just such an interesting place/thing to explore/examine.
Another one would be gta San Andreas which I play again every couple of years regardless of how much I remember.
 

Tharwen

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World of Warcraft... I miss my noob days in Darkshore... :(

A friend and I started at the same time and we had extremely slow, but extremely fun levelling races up to about level 20.

Now, I sit here, bored of my level 80 raid-geared warlock, unwilling to go back to the game which I literally devoted weeks of my time to.
 

Durendarte

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Oblivion, Fallout 3, Shadow of the Colossus, Resident Evil 4 and Halo. I won't say Bioshock because it took me a second playthrough to "get it".
 

Stormz

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I wouldn't want to forget that I had played it before, but story wise and such? Lost Odyssey. One of the best games I've ever played. I would love to go through that again and enjoy the story some more.
 

NSGrendel

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System Shock 2.

There's other stuff, but SS2 looms large every time I think "awesome computer game".
 

NSGrendel

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Also, if your favourite game was released in the last three years, (i.e. the golden age of vapid sequels) then the likelihood is you're either a foetus or your memory is worse than a meth addicted goldfish. Either way, your opinion is moot.
 

Copter400

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Man, where to begin? Prototype, Vampire: The Masquerade: Bloodlines, Bioshock, Oblivion, Fallout 3...

For me, I especially want to forget about the sprawly open-worldy-type games. I can practically travel around Cyrodill with my eyes closed, but I remember first playing Oblivion. I had no idea what the limits were, or if there were indeed limits at all.

Prototype and Bioshock...the problem there was that I looked up the ending before playing the game, so I knew what was coming. You can imagine why I might regret that.
 

Kenko

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Legacy of Kain : Defiance. :)

I wish I could relive all the points in the game that were awesome.
 

Gwynnbleidd

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Morrowind! The quest directories are hard to find, especially for the Meruhnes Dagon-quest, but I would love to discover it again

Diablo II: Well, it would not be so boring if wouldn't have finished it a dozen times
 

Ophi

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Forget EVERYTHING about it? Then Final Fantasy VII, hands down. I had watched my brother play it and before I played it for myself (not to mention I surf video game forums a lot), so the game's plot had much less of an impact than it could have.
 

Sonicron

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Gotta go with Shadow of the Colossus. There are a lot of games out there with excellent stories I wouldn't mind playing again with that 'first time' feel, but SotC had me going 'Ooooohhh' and 'Aaaaahhh' almost constantly the first time I played it, whether I was exploring a new bit of landscape or locked in combat with a fearsome monster. I want that feeling of awe and wonder again.
 

A Raging Emo

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Fallout 3, and Left 4 Dead(s).

L4D was waaaaay better the first few times through the campaign maps.