5. Shining Force 2. I played through that turn-based RPG game so many times.
same. bought a sega saturn just because of shining force 3 only have have the first of 3 senarios released in the US. sadface.
I think the biggest moment in that game was deciding to try the Dry Stone on that spot with 2 notches and discovering that the Dwarven Blacksmith was actually real...My friend had the game long before I did and either held out on telling me it actually existed, or didn't figure it out.
A few more:
Fallout 3 was a great experience in general. I liked it more than Oblivion for sure. New Vegas just didn't feel the same.
The original Team Fortress Quake mod. I had a ton of fun playing that, even though there was plenty of lag over the 36K modem.
The end of Half-Life 2: Ep2. The end battle, that ending sequence. The music in HL2, unreal.
Stunts and especially Scorched Earth on my buddy's old 386 while listening to I Mother Earth's Scenery and Fish. Scorched Earth is one of the most fun times playing a game with friends that you could ever have.
The time that I avoided a blitz with Walter Payton in the original Tecmo Bowl on NES. I was only ever able to do that once.
Xmen the arcade game with a bunch of friends waiting for a lane to open up at Classic Bowl.
Suzuka 8 Hours.