1. The Bioshock Series
    I love some Big Daddy action, and who doesn't love a retro feeling steampunk apocalyptic game with crazy physical enhancers and a great visual atmosphere? Not to mention the music. It's the cat's pajamas.
  2. Fallout
    Once again, post apocalyptic is a great theme for a game and Fallout has done a wonderful job of making Skyrim into another new game ;). I kid, Bethesda I love you.
  3. Heavy Rain
    Switching gears to a push button cinematic adventure full of constant turns that leave you literally shaking and debating life for awhile. With several alternate endings you can not just play it once.
  4. God of War
    I don't need to add commentary here.
  5. Red Dead Redemption
    Growing up in the southwest, I have a deep appreciation for cowboys, bandits, a good ole shoot out and great revolving scenery. Plus, now that my dad has beaten the game he plays as John's son and goes hunting just for the fun of it.
  6. Batman: Arkham Asylum
  7. Kingdom Hearts
    The first video I got on my PS2, and binge played it for days. Final Fantasy, meets Disney. Nothing better than that.
  8. The Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time
    Classic. Hours spent playing with my big brothers and being terrified to venture into the tree... All I have to say is spiders. Why'd it have to be spiders?
  9. Mario Kart
    Talk about all of the feels. Dad and I spent every day for years doing a round of kart. Him playing as Toad and me playing as Yoshi. To this day his text tone for me is Yoshi's brrrinngggha!
  10. Spyro: Year of the Dragon
    Oh the childhood memories...
  11. Mortal Kombat
    Whether arcade, or on console I adore it.