17. Metal Gear Solid: The Twin Snakes
A remake that pleasantly surprised gamers everywhere, The Twin Snakes was an ambitious project to remaster a classic PlayStation title. Besides updated graphics, the game introduced several new features –such as first person shooting, and an expansive list of new weapons and gadgets at Snake’s disposal. The story stays the same from its predecessor (Sons of Liberty). It was crafted with in-depth cinematics and excellent dialogue. It’s an overall great transition back to the Nintendo console, and is well deserving of a spot on this list.
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16. Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door
Paper Mario: The Thousand Year Door stands as one of the greatest Mario titles of all time. That’s saying a lot, considering how long Mario has remained the champion of the Nintendo consoles. Paper Mario has an amazing design to it — which was both visually pleasing and unique in and of itself. It has all of the levels and worlds you could ask for in a Mario game, paired with a lovable cast of characters.
Though the plot begins as every Mario title does (guess who has gone missing again?), it develops into a rich story with plenty of twists and turns along the way. On top of that, throughout the game there are several subplots to keep the story fresh. The game is loaded with a great sense of humor — which ultimately keeps you locked in the entire time. Paper Mario belongs in every GameCube owner’s library, and the game undoubtedly stands out as a GameCube classic.
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