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Games that will entertain you once you buy them.
Super Mario Bros. - An amazing NES game that popularized the platformer genre.
Sonic the Hedgehog - A blue, spiky and speedy hedgehog named Sonic.
Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas - The biggest GTA game of the 3D universe.
Dragon's Dogma - Capcom's favorable open-world RPG, the Dragon steals your heart and starts a new journey full of epic adventures.
Pac-Man - An iconic yellow ball that eat tons of food.
Red Dead Redemption - One of the greatest old western game franchises of all time.
PlayStation 2 - Sony's most successful and best-selling console of all time.
Half-Life 2 - Valve's the most well-known sci-fi shooter.
Undertale - A real treat among indie games, showing proof that they can be more fun than AAA games.
Pokémon Red, Blue, Green and Yellow - Iconic role-playing games by Game Freak, which spawned a well-known franchise.
As the sister wiki to the Crappy Games Wiki, this wiki focuses on amazing must-own games, consoles that game collectors need to have, and awesome moments in gaming history that had a positive impact on gaming as a whole.
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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time - An amazing game with the best story, characters, music and more.
Xbox 360 - The most successful Microsoft console of all time.
Team Fortress 2 - A legendary hero shooter with the most memorable characters ever.
Caddicarus - A British YouTuber with a great sense of humor and comedy.
Assassin's Creed II - An example of a perfect sequel of only a good predecessor.
Far Cry 3 - The most hit game with an open world marked with the Ubisoft logo.
Crash Bandicoot N. Sane Trilogy - A dazzling return to the heyday of Crash Bandicoot in the form of one of the greatest remakes of all time.
Outlast - One of the scariest horror games that is also visually impressive.
Nintendo Switch - A hybrid of a home console and a portable console with creative controllers.
Among Us - A completely niche game from 2018 that was bombarded with popularity two years later, becoming one of the most popular gaming memes of all time.
Minecraft - One of the most popular games of all time that focuses on characters buidling, crafting, fighting and mining.
GoldenEye 007 - The most groundbreaking console first-person shooter that also proves that the game companies can create a high-quality game based on a popular media brand.
DOOM - A first-person shooter that defined not only FPS games but also the video game industry.
Sega Genesis - The most famous, respected and successful console by Sega.
Genshin Impact - A real proof of how developers can create clones of famous games well by adding an artistic style similar to anime.
SpongeBob SquarePants: Battle for Bikini Bottom - A classic and colorful SpongeBob game that earned a remake in 2020.
Nintendo - The gaming company that defeated Sega in the legendary Console Wars.
Mega Man - A game based on a robot man who looks like a robot.
Persona 5 - A good anime game with likable characters and was overall, perfect for Japanese culture.
Super Mario All-Stars - Compilation of legendary platformers with the Italian plumber in the lead role, which is also a really successful remake.
Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor
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Reset The World And Start Again
Protagonist: Kazuya Minegishi (Abel)
Genre: Role-Playing
Platforms: Nintendo DS
Nintendo 3DS
Release Date: June 23, 2009
August 23, 2011 (Overclocked)
Developer: Career Soft
Publisher: Atlus
Ghostlight (Europe)
Franchise: Shin Megami Tensei
Previous Game: Devil Summoner 2: Raidou Kuzunoha vs. King Abaddon
Next Game: Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor 2

Megami Ibonroku Devil Survivor, known as Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor in the West, is a strategy role-playing game developed by Career Soft and published by Atlus in 2009 for the Nintendo DS. A remake, titled Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor Overclocked was released a few years later for the Nintendo 3DS. Also, a sequel called Shin Megami Tensei: Devil Survivor II was released for the Nintendo DS in 2011.


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