Got this idea from the TSO podcast, and thought it would be an interesting time-waster for us (we seem to love those). Post up your 5 favorite video games ever, no need to rank them in order. For me, the list would go as follows: NHL 94 - The game that taught me the fun of checking the shit outta guys after a goal. I used to use the Blackhawks against my buddies who would use the Kings, and every time Gretzky scored I would be after him like a headhunter with Roenick. The joy of seeing Gretzky laying bleeding on the ice, injured after a score, caused much fighting in my college house back in the day. NBA2k11 - I had never played the 2k series before last year, but this game was flat out the most fun I've ever had playing a sports game, offline or online. Just a great game all-around with fantastic graphics, sound and gameplay. I was constantly amazed by some of the little things, like when a player would sometimes fall out of bounds over a cameraman, and then have to get up and hurdle the guy to get back into the play. Batman Arkham Asylum - The best comic book video game ever made. They nailed pretty much everything on this, from the look, to the voice acting to the feel of what makes the Dark Knight the Dark Knight. I'm a huge comic book guy going way back, and I can't even tell you how stoked I am for Arkham City to come out. Heroes of Might and Magic 3 - This strategy game before the days of the RTS games was something that I killed hours with playing with my brother in law. We'd fire up a random map, and play until 2 or 3 in the morning while downing brews and eating bad food. Good times..... Baldur's Gate II - This PC game was pretty much the closest thing to a video game version of D&D that has ever been done. Other games since have had better graphics, but no game has had the background game mechanics and storyline nailed like this one did. When you find out who the bad guy really is way at the end of the game it was a legit shocker. The fact that you could play as multiple classes, and even multi-class (which had never been done in a video game), plus the combination of 10 NPC's that would impact your parties in different ways based on which 5 you included made the replay value of this game off the charts. What games are on your lists?