Since the dawn of gaming we’ve enjoyed new intellectual properties, so much so that we want to see more of the same games we love, albeit with a new twist on the formula. Since the original releases of Metal Gear Solid, Final Fantasy and Halo a lot of us have enjoyed these great games and want to see more from them. I remember playing Metal Gear Solid for the original Playstation, and being taken aback at how games have taken such a leap forward. The game ran longer than most games previous to it, and offered a lot of new and innovative ways to play. After completing the game, I just had to have more. The cliffhanger ending left me wanting, and I just had to find out more about the universe.
The same runs true for Final Fantasy, and especially with Halo. I remember picking up my Xbox with a minimal choice of games. I was almost ready to put that big black brick away. That was, until I discovered Halo. Rushing to the store to pick it up, I started playing the game and was blown away by the sheer grandiosity of it. One of the signs of a great game is leaving you wanting more, and each of these titles are great games.
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