That's definitely an interesting line up. What is sort of funny is
while my wife and I do own a PS2 I don't often play it myself. I find
learning to play mainstream games a struggle as many of the games I
like require alot of physical consentration and memorisation to play.
I don't enjoy vidio games as much as I once did, and I think alot has
to do with the fact I know what it was like playing games with sight.
However, back in the 1980's I think I was a vidio gaming king. As far
as a favorites list goes here is a pretty good list of the ones I
played often when I still could see to play them.

NES Games

Double Dragon I
Double Dragon II
Double Dragon III
Legend of Kage
Legend of Zelda
Megaman I
Megaman II
Megaman III
Ninja Turtles I
Ninja Turtles II

Atari Games

Demon Attack
Deathstar Mission
Empire Strikes Back
Poll position I
Poll Position II
Space Invaders
Spider Fighter
Time Pilot

On 12/18/08, Clement Chou <chou.clem...@gmail.com> wrote:
> So I hear. Vanishing platforms seemed to be quite the hit... as well as
> blades that randomly swung into your path and sliced you neatly in two.
> My top ten favorites from 99 til now... let's see. Starting at the top of
> course wit all my classic favorites. Will do those first, then will list the
> more modern games.
> 1. Street Fighter Alpha 3
> 2. Marvel VS. Capcom
> 3. Marvel Super heroes VS. Street fighter
> 4. Tekken 3
> 5. Mortal Kombat 2
> 6. Mortal Kombat Trilogy
> 7. Mortal Kombat 4
> 8. Samurai Showdown 3
> 9. Street Fighter 2
> 10. Mortal Kombat on the snes.
> I loved the street fighter alpha series. Always have. Now for my more modern
> favorites...
> 1. Rock band 2 and rock band
> 2. Soul Calibur 4
> 3. Mortal Kombat: Deception
> 4. Mortal Kombat VS. DC universe
> 5. Mortal Kombat: Armageddon
> 6. MK: Deadly Alliance
> 7. Tekken 5
> 8. Dead or Alive 2: Hardcore
> 9. Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 3
> 10. Street Fighter EX 3

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