Majora's Mask is probably my favourite. It's much more intimate, with a smaller world and more of a focus on the individual characters within it.
In terms of gameplay, it's best on the 3DS, if you've got one. There's just a whole lot of refinements that make it easier to pick up and play.
So here's a thread where you can post DODO codes and organise meetups in Animal Crossing.
Feel free to post codes, turnip prices (if applicable), and other details as to why you're opening your island. I just have to ask you to please edit your initial post with your DODO code when you're...
I used to raid in World of Warcraft, but I kinda dropped the game due to so much guild drama. Just people arguing left and right, and setting schedules and... oh god.
It's just too much, sometimes. And after a point, progression requires dealing with other people. To get further, you have to...
Yup. As I said; there's very few endings that completely reshape how you see an entire franchise all in one fell swoop. It's kind of insane just how heavily it impacts a replay of the series.
And it does so whilst providing some... interesting... commentary. Good lord, it's a good ending.
Danganronpa V3. If you've played it, you'll know what I mean.
Very few games can really get away with reframing an entire game franchise so radically, yet somehow V3 sticks the landing. It's impressive.