All About Cocotroid
Hey, so I've finally found a way to describe all of my favorite games without putting it into a list of only ten. Tiers are now the new top ten. So here it goes.
Tier 1: Skyward Sword, Ocarina of Time, San Andreas, Resident Evil 4, Okami, Halo 4, The Legend of Dragoon, Final Fantasy VII
Tier 2: Twilight Princess, The Wind Waker, Pokemon Gold, SSB Melee, The Last Story, Halo Reach, Halo 2, The Thousand Year Door, Yoshi's Island
Tier 3: Dark Dawn, Link's Awakening, Halo 3, Halo CE, Super Mario Galaxy 2, Pikmin 2, Conker's Bad Fur Day, Paper Mario, Yoshi's Island DS
Tier 4: Cave Story 3D, Pikmin, RE Revelations, Mafia II, LA Noire, Bowser's Inside Story, Super Paper Mario
This is it as of now, but I will keep modifying the list as time goes on.
For my reviews, I am now changing replay value into play value as how easy it is to play instead of replay. Because replayability varies for everyone, and I don't like myself speaking for everyone.
What are some categories you think I should add in my reviews?
I'm updating my list for my top GameCube games as I've played more games, and I've realized some other great games I've played.
This was my very first strategy game, and honestly it was amazing. I had a hard time with figuring out how I would be able to get all 30 parts for the best ending, but being a nub and watching chuggaconroy, it seriously helped me out.
9. Animal Crossing
The start of a great new game series. Any kid could get home and enjoy this game after a day of school, or get home on a nice winter day with hot chocolate and play it is my favorite way to play it.
8. Kirby Air Ride
I had so much fun with this game when I was younger, especially when I played it with my brother. I thought it was gonna be an adventure game, but still, as a racing game it was fun as heck. I really love the City Trial mode.
7. Four Swords Adventures
I had fun with Four Swords on the GBA, and it finally came to GameCube and this was my very first GameCube game. It was challenging, had a nice variety of levels, and was overall an amazing game and very underlooked for the series.
6. Super Smash Bros Melee
Such a big upgrade from the original. So much to do, and I have countless hours crammed into this game. By far the best game in the series, and a big part of my childhood right here.
5. Pikmin 2
This game took everything that was good about the original and made it even better. No more time limit, better graphics, and a bit of an easier objective. It was so much fun to play through, and satisfying to beat. Should I attempt the Submerged Castle?
4. Paper Mario The Thousand Year Door
I've played the other two, loved them, but everyone said this was the best one of them all, and they were right. It improved on everything that made the original great, but the fact that every chapter felt fresh, it was amazing. The music was also pretty sweet.
3. The Legend of Zelda The Wind Waker
This game had a big impact on me in my childhood. Playing it just puts a smile on my face, and it's even one of the most emotional games you could ever play. With memorable characters, fantastic music, and bold gameplay, this game is truly a masterpiece!
2. The Legend of Zelda Twilight Princess
Link was bad *** is this game, no doubt about it. Although it isn't as fun as it used to be, the story was epic, the boss battles were intense, and the ending made me happy. Amazing Zelda game, one of the best.
1. Resident Evil 4
I had this game for months before I actually tried it out. My friend was a master at this game so I felt like a master too as he told me what I needed to know and helped me out when I needed it. Perfect gameplay, a great story, terrific music, this has got to be atleast number two on my top ten games list of all time.