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Which is your favorite game?

By royleer ยท 32 replies
May 15, 2013
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  1. Ryan Stevens

    Ryan Stevens TS Rookie

    Many of games I play and also like here I will mention only 5 names of the games what I like:
    1- Devil May Cry.
    2- Call of Duty.
    3- Resident Evil 4.
    4- Assassin's Creed.
    5- The Evil Within 2.
     
  2. joanna1

    joanna1 TS Rookie

    Minecraft for your son
     
  3. Selena Anderson

    Selena Anderson TS Rookie

    Crysis games one of the best of its kind. Though I like Psyco but Prophet is also good.
     
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  4. Drew Valadez

    Drew Valadez TS Enthusiast Posts: 34   +14

    I say start simple with a 2D scrollers like Super Mario Brothers (1 or 3) or Rayman then have him jump into something like Mario 64.

    While a shooting game might be fun, having that as a starting point for anyone can be rough entry to video games IMO.
     
  5. Arshad Hussain

    Arshad Hussain TS Rookie Posts: 16

    Make him play fruit ninja it is available on handheld devices. It is very easy to play without doing a hefty job.
     
  6. centro

    centro TS Rookie

    For sure my favorite game is EVE Online :)
     
  7. GaryMove

    GaryMove TS Enthusiast Posts: 138   +10

    That's a good question.
    He should start with some harmless games, because many games are too violent.
     
  8. Hellbishop

    Hellbishop TS Rookie

    My ten year old nephew has been playing STARCRAFT II since he was five pretty much every day and he was a bit of a ANGRY BIRDS fanatic when that came out.

    Considering it has been a few years since this thread was started maybe check out BATTLETECH which has great visual and data output in a very easy to get into user interface. Nothing like giant robots in a turn based realistic setting to get the young brain synapses going :)
     

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