A game like a warm hug
My copy of Secret of Mana is long since dead, and this makes me very unhappy, because it means I don't have a copy of the game right now. I know, I could buy it on the Wii's virtual console (although I'd prefer it on the 3DS - Nintendo's strict limitations on where you can...
Here comes a very special game
One of the things that I love talking about is the distinction between "best" and "favorite." My wife and I agree on the best REM albums, but if we were asked to list the three best albums and then our personal three favorites, the lists would not be identical. Sure, we like the best, but they're not our favorites. There's more to favoritism than simple quality. This article, in no small part, is about that. It's about games that you recognize may not be the best, in some cases might not even be very good at all. But they're there, they're comforting, and you enjoy playing them even if you know they're not as good as they could be. You get the idea. Enjoy!