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These Are The Greatest Games Of ALL TIME

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These are the greatest games of all time

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  1. Hey now, Ashly Burch did a great job as Alloy. Perhaps I didn't mind Alloy talking to herself because I was a fan of the voice actor.

  2. I think happy wheels should have been in there

  3. I would watch the hell out of a bloodborne series from you.

  4. Anyone know what website he used in this video?

  5. Damn so happy that jack is a battlefield fan

  6. I would absolutely love to see Sean play through the Halo games

  7. My nine favourite… ummm
    * Minecraft,
    * Pokemon Y,
    * Jak and Daxter [the first one I can't remember the name],
    * Chicken Little,
    * Night in the Woods,
    * The Sims 4,
    * Fran Bow,
    * Bratz Game and
    * any Dark Parable game

  8. These are my personal favourite games ever!
    1. Dark Souls 1
    2. Shadow of the Colossus
    3. Metal Gear Solid 3
    4. Resident Evil 4
    5. Halo 3
    6. Half-Life 2
    7. Team Fortress 2
    8. Call of Duty Black Ops 1
    9. Splinter Cell Chaos Theory
    What can I say? These games are fantastic!

  9. Zelda and Halo games comprise the majority of my list. Mass Effect 2 is there as well.


  11. Please do more vids like this. I thoroughly enjoyed it.

  12. FFIX is my favourite game from my childhood and Vivi is my favourite character as well. So thrilled to see this on your list!

  13. Portal
    Half Life
    Garry’s Mod
    Team Fortress 2

  14. bloodborne is easily my favorite game of all time and seeing you so into it and so happy to talk about it makes me also happy, i would LOVE to see you play it

  15. Sean should make a series called “Tale Regale’s”

  16. We need more videos like this. I love the editing, makes it feel like a documentary. And great picks. For me, in no particular order: Undertale, Minecraft, Castle Crashers, The Walking Dead, The Last of Us, Fallout, Skyrim, Doom, Red Dead Redemption, Ark: Survival Evolved, Spore, Halo, The Wolf Among Us, SOMA, and Star Wars: Battlefront II (2017).

    Those are the games that have affected me the most and that I've played the most. I also love Days Gone, Outlast, and Dying Light, but those are a level below. I have so much nostalgia for Lego games, but I don't really go back and replay them. I've yet to play Bloodborne, BioShock, and The Shadow of the Colossus, but I plan to.

  17. Honestly did not expect to see Battlefield on this.But a very sold choise

  18. I'm a game watcher and not much of a game player, but either way Subnautica is my #1 for sure.

  19. Mines:

    Detroit become human

    God of war

    Resident evil7-8

    Uncharted 4

    God of war 3

  20. I think people sometimes forget that playing through a game can be so personal. I think when you play a game your experience can differ depending on what point of your life you play it. What's going on at the time etc

  21. Man Uncharted 2 will always be my favorite and I could never figure out why I liked it more than the others but I think you summed it up perfectly!!

  22. Me and many others would love to watch you play through the original final fantasy 7.

  23. My personal faves off the top of my head (no particular order):

    Ocarina of Time
    Metal gear (whole series lol)
    God of war (ps4)
    AC Black Flag
    Mario Galaxy 1/2
    Divinity Original Sin 2
    Arkham City
    Black ops 2
    Ghost of Tsushima
    Ultimate Alliance
    Nier Automata

    Honorable mentions:
    Tekken 6
    Mario Kart
    SSB Ultimate
    Outer Wilds
    Army of 2 40th day
    Fusion frenzy
    Halo (series)
    Munch's Oddysee
    LOTR War in the north
    The Last of Us
    Risk of Rain 2
    Time Crisis

    Sorry souls fans I promise I will leave the casuals and play one of your games soon 🙂

  24. But jacka boi what about “The Last Guardian” and the lovable Trico?

  25. I LOVE that you have Final Fantasy IX in there and YES! It is the greatest and that's coming from someone who played FFVII as the first one. I love FFVII for the story as well and without it I would never have become a writer, but FFIX is my favourit by far.

  26. Battlefield showed me how realistic, immersive and big an FPS game could be: Favorite is Battlefield 3. Probably got me into PC gaming too.

    Assassin's Creed got me to appreciate history based, mystery solving, story building and sneaking style gameplay. Favorite is Assassin's Creed II/Brotherhood. No.1 series to me.

    The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt changed my perspectives and standard in games overall. How good a game and the whole experience can really be especially open world games. Taught me the importance and impact music can have, deep story writing, engaging dialogue, direct & indirect impact of choices, character development and design, exploring playstyles with builds, setups and effective combos etc and master your style. Never been so blown away by the detail and scenery in a world of a game and emotionally invested into so many characters at once. Best game ever!

    In terms of hack 'n' slash RPG's Diablo 2 was a treat (though at the time I never dug into builds like that). Loved the dark vibes and ambiance, the difference in areas, the bosses and the threat of dying which you rather avoid for a change, collecting your shit again could be a pain so not as forgiving as most are. Some of what I said about both The Witcher and D2 can be said about The Elder Scrolls Oblivion (Skyrim was fun but dumbed down for the masses).

    These games changed me the most. I have other examples that I love so much from Pokemon Fire Red on GBA to TMNT 2 and Super Mario Bros. 3 on NES to Mario 64, Mario Cart and Zelda: Majora's Mask on N64, Guitar Hero on PS2 & XB360 (my good the GH days), Forza both Motorsport and Horizon in terms of racing…

  27. Does it feel weird that people will watch you say almost anything?

  28. If anyone cares 9 games that shaped me are

    2.pvz garden warfare
    3.legend of Zelda botw
    6.The Last of Us
    7. Cod
    8.just cause
    9.spider man ps4

    Note: these are not in any order and these are only 9 I was so close to doing like 20 also if i was to chose a top one it would probably be between minecraft or pvz.

    I’d like some of you to reply with your favorites

  29. i would love to see jack do a full series of bloodborne now

  30. I remember the Undertale era on this channel, such good times man! Again, Jack's let's play is hiw I always imagine Undertale ot that anyone else's is bad but this is the forst I watched…

  31. I really like bloodborne but the only thing holding it back from being on my top 5 is I never thought any of the bosses where hard. The whole game I was playing and waiting for that hard boss to show up before I knew it the credits rolled🤷‍♂️

  32. This was a really enjoyable video to watch, defiantly do more videos in this style.

  33. Here are my favorite games

    Nier automata
    Nier replicant
    Legend of Zelda: breath of the wild
    Legend of Zelda: twilight princess
    Sekiro: shadows die twice
    Doom eternal
    Super Mario Galaxy
    Legend of Zelda: ocarina of time

  34. not gonna lie ive been waiting for a blood borne playthrough on the channel though you do stream bloodborne every now and then

  35. high framerate for me is 7 fps i dont know what you guys are talking about

  36. Until dawn, subnautica, hitman absolution, lego Harry Potter (yeah go ahead and laugh), hue, league (cringe it’s also one of my least favorites), Night in the woods, animal crossing, and oxen free. I would also like an honorable mention to be wizard101 because that raised me and I played it for years and loved it to death.

  37. I’ll try to keep my list short, but I might get carried away…

    • Bloodborne: Probably my favorite atmosphere in any game. I love the Gothic Victorian setting and the enemy design. And then the gameplay sends it over the top to solidify it as a perfect game in my eyes

    • Persona 5: I played this game to death when the quarantine started, having bought it in February last year. I loved the story and the characters so much that it quickly became one of my favorite games I’ve ever played. Now I’m going back and playing Persona 3 and 4

    • Skyrim: This game was so huge when it came out, everyone was talking about it. I got it for the Xbox 360 in 2014, I think. Then I got it again for the PS4 in 2019. There’s so much to do that you can just sidequest for hours on end and never complete the main story. And that’s exactly what I’ve done. I’ve had the game for over 7 years and I still have yet to finish the main quest.

    • Fire Emblem Awakening: Not the best Fire Emblem game for its map designs or its story, but I am a sucker for character design and this game does it right for me. Every character has a memorable design and a distinct personality. The only downside is that I love almost every character so much that I have a hard time playing the game out of fear that anyone might die in battle. At least there’s a casual mode that turns permadeath off.

    • Pokémon Platinum: Simple nostalgia for this one. It was the first Pokémon game I played and it’s still my favorite. Favorite characters, favorite music, favorite Pokémon.

    • The Legendary Starfy: Another nostalgia one. This game came out when I was in third grade and all my friends had it. I got it for Christmas the year it came out and loved it. Looking at it objectively, it’s not a 10/10 game, but I still love it. It’s definitely a top 3 DS game and probably my favorite platformer.

    • The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D: Everyone already knows how great Ocarina of Time is. The 3DS remaster just enhances the experience with better graphics and better controls, so that’s why it’s the version that makes my list. Also, it was my first Zelda game, so it gets nostalgia points

    • Chrono Trigger: The first game system I got was a DS, so I’m a little too young to have played the classic Nintendo games. I’m fixing that issue now, though, by going back and playing some of them, like the original Legend of Zelda, Super Metroid, Super Mario 64, etc. One game I recently played and finished for the first time is Chrono Trigger, and it blew me away. Stunning graphics for 1995, a story that’s better than a lot of modern games’ stories, and memorable characters. It’s got everything I love and it was an instant favorite after I beat it for the first time just a couple weeks ago.

    • Road Rash: This is the oldest game on my list, but it’s the one I actually have the most nostalgia for. My first game console was a Sega Genesis and my dad would play games on it with me after he got home from work. We played Super Street Fighter II, Tennis, NBA Jam, and a couple of boxing games (we didn’t actually have any Sonic games). But our favorite to play was Road Rash, a motorcycle racing game that we totally sucked at. But it didn’t matter that we sucked at it because it was a lot of fun to see the character go flying off his bike after crashing into a car. It was the perfect bonding experience when I was a little kid and I can still return to it and have a lot of fun with the game.

  38. You list is pretty good 😉 , I think everyone can agree MGS 3, BloodBorne, and Shadow of The Colossus are masters of their craft especially for their time.

  39. 1. Disgaea 1. It has to be my top, not just because of the game itself but what it introduced me to as a series. I’ve played every game in the series since the first, and I’ve probably poured thousands of hours into the series. But the first one both introduced me to these games, and my love of tactical rpgs. But beyond that, I got Into them when I was younger and it was a very special time for me because I played them with my uncle. I’d go over and spend the night every so often and we’d stay up all night play games and I’d watch him and offer my takes or advice or he’d let me play and we’d just have fun and talk and it’s a very important time in my life.
    2. Paper Mario thousand year door. I have replayed this game in my life from start to finish 5-7 times since it originally came out. Where I’ll just have the urge to start it over, and I’ll go all the way from the first chapter to the last and most if not every bit of the side content before I put it down to bring it out again a few years later. I unfortunately lost my copy in a move:/ but I’ve loved every replay of the game and I never felt like it didn’t hold up or didn’t still grab my attention all these years later. I hope to someday get another copy of it or for it to come to Nintendo online so my kids and my wife get a chance to try it.
    3. Bug fables. In a very similar vein as the last one, but with a wholly unique story and characters. It actually is a game that’s story brought me to shock, suspense, and a few tearful moments as our main party struggled. But it also showed me that I wasn’t the only one who loved the old paper Mario games and what the series could be if it had continued in the same way. I hope they make a sequel to this someday so I may see just how much more amazing work they put into it. It’s also been such a joy to see my wife play it and get as engrossed in it as I have and enjoying it.
    The rest of these will be in no specific order because it’s really hard to number their importance after this.
    4. Pokémon yellow. It was one of the first games I played as a kid and I remember getting it for my birthday or Christmas (can’t 100% remember) but I remember how excited I was for it and that my parents had a hard time finding me a copy but they knew how much I wanted it and so they scoured for it. It’s also what introduced me to Pokémon which is a series I still play today, even if the last few haven’t been as integral and amazing in my life. They’re a big part of my childhood and something I’ve always loved.
    5. Mario party the series (until 9-10 we don’t talk about those). Mario party has been an amazing series and something my whole family has played together even when i was younger. My parents haven’t played as many video games with me since I was about 16-17 but when I was a kid we’d all play Mario party together and we’d be so competitive and fight to the bitter end and i have such fond memories of those games and spending time with my family for hours enjoying them.
    6. Final fantasy 14. I’ve played this on and off since it first came out, sometimes cause I couldn’t afford the monthly fee, sometimes cause something else came out and I’d take a break, but it’s a lot of what I love about the final fantasy series as a Whole, and also some of my favorite things about mmos. The rich interesting story, the amazing characters and their growth, the way I feel like even as my own character I have personality and feel like I am a main character, it’s all amazing. Adding to the fact it’s brought some of my favorite aspects of past final fantasy games into it in one combined place and I’m incredibly happy for the time I’ve spent enjoying such a vast beautiful world that I’ve sometimes just stopped to stare at the scenery.
    7.Bloodborne. I’ve never been the biggest souls fan before this game came out. I’d try them but never understand why people liked beating their head against the wall over and over against bosses. But Bloodborne brought me over to the side of someone who while he isn’t a massively good player of these games enjoys them from time to time and enjoys the challenge. I think what sold me on it was the esthetic, I’m what I’d call eccentric and an oddball and I loved the gothic horror setting and cool outfits, weapons, and abilities. It really all spoke to me and really fit into what I like to do and be in a game.
    8. Divinity original sin 1+2. These games are amazing works of art and definitely worth your time if you’ve never played them. They take all of the things I love about dnd style video games and incorporate them into a masterfully done package that is just brimming with strategy and skill. I’ve tried games similar to them since, but I don’t know what exactly it is but they’re just too… slow for me I guess. Too much text, too much talking and meandering around and not enough doing. And I don’t get why this one doesn’t make me feel that way but it just doesn’t. I’ve loved every minute I put into these and all of the fun I’ve had exploring them and I can’t recommend them enough.
    9. Kingdom hearts 2. I know some will find this controversial but I think kingdom hearts 2 has been the best in the series. Now I do think 3 brought a lot of good changes I wish had been in 2, but my favorite aspect of 2 was taken out in 3 so it’s why it’s still my favorite. I loved the drive mechanic and getting to do all the cool transformations in 2, I found the characters and story to still be amazing before it went even further off the rails then it already had (don’t get me started lol) and I preferred a lot of the world options in 2 over 3 personally. Even if the worlds weren’t as big, I liked the verity we had. It also has a special place in my heart because it was one of the last games I played with a close childhood friend (who introduced me to the series) before we grew apart because he moved far away. It also is why I know the song under the sea word for word. But honestly, it’s just more fond childhood memories that make it mean so much.
    I’m sure there are other games but sitting here at 2am thinking about some of my favorite and most important games these are what came to mind. Honorable mentions would be final fantasy tactics a game I’ve also replayed numerous times, the persona series as a whole though 5 is my absolute favorite (again mostly the esthetic I mean magical thieves in cool outfits so my thing!), undertale is what actually opened me up to how good indie games could be and where most my games I play come from now, and fire emblem as a whole though I didn’t start till radiant dawn. It’s another rpg with tactics and I love making my brain work. If you read all this thanks and enjoy your evening!

  40. Some of us agreed that final fantasy 9 was for kids

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