How to Pick the Perfect Video Game

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I while back we posted a flowchart on how to pick the perfect board game. People really enjoyed it, thus we’re coming back with the sequel: How to Pick the Perfect Video Game.

You can check out How to Choose the Perfect Board Game here.

The games below aren’t always the latest in a series. Each game was chosen to try and best fit the chosen characteristic. Make your way through the flowchart and see what game is best for the answers you supply. Then turn on your system (or emulator) and get to work.

For those of you who don’t see your all-time-favorite game in the graphic, I promise this was not an intentional slight. Try to keep your angry emails to a minimum.

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Mike Brunson

Mike has been working as a full time content-smith for the online gaming industry for basically forever. He writes about whatever he feels passionate about and loves feedback from his work. Along with Silver Oak’s other writers, Mike believes we put together some of the best quality content in the industry. Just not always on topic.

  • guest

    Zelda doesn’t have puzzles? Last time I played it I’m pretty sure it does.

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  • Michael Whitehurst

    DMC 3 wasn’t that difficult. I would put Demon’s Souls/Dark Souls there.

  • dan lane

    IT WORKED! I like portal 2 and I got portal 2!