We’re getting into the best games from the last five years.
We’ve got the top five, then we’ve got a bit of a split between the best five and the worst five.
We’re also going to try and talk about the best-selling retro games of all time.
This is our second installment of The Best Retro Games of All Time, and we’ve done this in a somewhat chronological order, so the first one was a little bit more than a year ago, and now we’re back in a similar fashion.
And this is the first in a series of five articles that we’ll be writing that will focus on the best titles of the past five years, with a little tidbit of trivia thrown in.
In the first installment, we had the best Metroid game, which has since been ported to the Wii.
The second installment, a sequel to a classic Metroid game that launched on the NES, was released for the SNES in 2004.
The third installment, the game that spawned the Metroid franchise, was a very good one.
The fourth installment was probably one of the best RPGs ever made.
The fifth installment was one of my favorite games ever, the first Metroid game to be released on a Gameboy.
This was also one of those games that, despite being a very difficult game, was so good, it spawned a whole subgenre of RPGs.
This is a classic, Metroid-style RPG that was very popular at the time.
It’s funny, when I started writing this series, I was writing this in 2008.
I’d played a lot of the games from this decade.
The game that got me hooked was The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword.
I had the SNEP for my PS2 when I was a kid, and I played it when I got to school in college.
But it wasn’t until I was playing it in my 20s, and was starting to get into RPGs and Metroid, that I realized this was one game that really brought me in.
It was the first time I played a Zelda game that I thought, I’m going to play this game for my entire life.
The idea of a classic RPG, and a Zelda series, that had been out for more than 30 years, it just really changed my perspective on how I viewed games.
It really brought my life into the present day.
It was the same with The Legend Of Zelda: The Wind Waker.
When I first started playing it, I remember being in the library, playing through the game, and then going to bed.
I didn’t have any idea what I was doing.
I thought I was going to fall asleep.
I woke up, and there was a Zelda title on the screen, and it was The Wind Walker.
So I went, oh my god, what the hell is this?
And I was like, oh, I’ve got to play it.
The Zelda games are like my first RPG.
I don’t know what I’m doing.
Then it was this one that I started to play again, because it was the one that really got me in the mood to play RPGs.
I played the Wind Wakers and it became my favorite Zelda game.
But I started playing The Windwaker more than other Zelda games.
I started doing a lot more of the sidequests, the dungeons, the side quests.
I went out and started working on the game.
And it became this epic side quest, and this Zelda series that I loved, and that became the core of the franchise.
I’ve played it, and done sidequest after sidequest, and found that it’s the game I’ve always wanted to play.
I still do, and have played it over and over again.
It’s a classic that I still play.
So you’re playing it again now.
Is it your favorite?
I don’s always play them.
I just don’t get them the way I do with other games.
But for this one, I really enjoyed the story and the characters.
I’m really glad that this one came out.
And I think that people can get that the way that it did, because I was able to play the game at home for a long time and get into it, even though I wasn’t really interested in it.
It just really brought something that I could really get into and enjoy.
And even though it was a Nintendo game, because of the console and all that stuff, I played this game with my daughter for years.
So that’s pretty cool.
I really like The Legend