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Favorite video game types

View Poll Results: What is your favorite type of Video Game

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  • First Person Shooters

    3 23.08%
  • RPGs

    5 38.46%
  • Action/Adventure

    2 15.38%
  • Racing

    1 7.69%
  • Puzzle

    1 7.69%
  • None

    1 7.69%
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    Favorite video game types

    Here's a poll on your favorite kind of games.



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    Favorite type? The type that's good.

    Come to think of it, that's also my favorite type of music.

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    Whatever's worth playing.
    <br>Stay fancy!<br>
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    I'm not that big a fan of blanketing a genre as "favorite". I go where the good games are. I'm far more likely to give an action-adventure or an RPG consideration than I am a fighter or FPS, but I'm hardly against the genres. So long as a game is good, I'll play it.
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    Platform games! Isnt that a type of game?

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    I like RPG games the best. Most of the video games I have are RPG. Like 3 out of 5? Anyway, I have more fun walking around, completing tasks, and beating opponents to increase my strength. Anyway, you can't get "stuck" as easily as in a Mario game or something, or at least I can't.
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    President of The Long Patrol Martin the Warrior's Avatar
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    And here I always thought Mario games were more "player-friendly" than RPGs.
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    Well, for the original mario game for the "ancient" Nitendo (I think its original... not sure though...), I have the Gameboy version of it. I've basically beaten the whole "obvious" game with the challenge levels and beating the "original" game, but I was stuck on level 8-4 for what some peole I know called the "lost levels". And there's still supposed to be another set of "lost levels" and its like: ... How am I going to get past that? Well, at least I got that far....

    Well, the first video game I got was a RPG game, but as many people who had the red or blue version of the Pokemon game, I cheated in multiplying items. So it was relatively easy after you multiplied all of your rare candies and fed them to your pokemon, making them level 100s very quickly. Yeah.... But then, I also had strategy guides for most of the RPG games....
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    And there's still supposed to be another set of "lost levels" and its like: ... How am I going to get past that? Well, at least I got that far....
    Don't games like that kill you?
    <br>Stay fancy!<br>
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    well, I have the classic mario game, with duck hunt on it too... I got stuck I world 8 too....

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    It's a shame that we never saw more light-gun games. Duck Hunt remains a classic.
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    The only videos games that I play are any of the Flight Simulator and Disney Trivia that I have on my PC. I have not found many games I like that are offered by Play Stations or the Game Cube

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    Martin: It's a shame that we never saw more light-gun games. Duck Hunt remains a classic.
    Actually, there was another game that the light gun was useable with...one of my favorite games of all time, Wild Gun Men... it was a game where you had shoot outs with various desperados and outlaws... one of my favorites for the old NES...
    But still, I agree it is such a shame that games with the gun were so sparse...

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    President of The Long Patrol Martin the Warrior's Avatar
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    Really? Interesting. I've never heard of the game-- Duck Hunt and Hogan's Alley were the only two zapper games I was aware of.

    At least the Power Pad got more use.
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    ~The Name of the Wind, Patrick Rothfuss

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    Russus.

    I am a all around gamer or what ever game is good in the sad world.And Russus there are many types of good games for Gamecube.
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