There are a lot of games out there and everyone enjoys to play a different style. Whether it’s a simple first person shooter where you play as a soldier, a real time strategy game where you command hundreds of troops, or as simple as a rhythm game like Guitar Hero. However, when does a game become more than just a game? When does your experience with a game carry with you for years to come? It might have been because it had an amazing story that stuck with you, or a game that you played as a kid that you always enjoyed. Just recently I’ve been thinking more about this as I’ve been playing through Red Dead Redemption, a great game by the way, which has been captivating me with characters that are fun to meet and hard to forget. Series like Metal Gear Solid, Zelda, and Halo have stuck with me the most, while a few others have found their way into my list of games that I will always remember. There are probably already a lot of people that can name Final Fantasy VII as one of their most impacting games.