The Top 7... Should Have Sucked


Why it should've sucked: When fans are asked to describe the extremely obscure Culdcept franchise, the three words they usually settle on are "Magic meets Monopoly." Oooh, what could be more appealing than the unholy marriage of a fantasy-based card game developed in the 1990s for teenagers... and an economics-based board game developed in the 1930s for your grandparents? Try everything.

Why it doesn't: Magic and Monopoly enjoy gargantuan popularity even to this day, and for good reason. They're both addictive as hell. Mashing them together, though a crazy idea on first glance, actually makes perfect sense. Magic gains structure and Monopoly gains excitement. Don't like either game? Still put to sleep by the mere idea? Culdcept's ultra accessibility and strange humor may win you over regardless.


Top 7


  • PatHan-bHai - March 23, 2013 12:40 p.m.

    yep! at first when i found that my big bro had gotten Innocent Life - A Futuristic Harvest Moon for me, i thought it would be an amazing demon smashing RPG (LoL) but when i actually played it, i was like "Farming?????? WTF?". I left the game there and then bt when my lil bro started playing it with a dedicated passion and when i really got bored, i started PLAYING it. AND I WAS ADDICTED!!! ONE OF THE BEST PSP GAMES EVER!! ............... Fast forward two years later, i'm searching for a list of best Harvest Moon games that I can emulate on my PC and play. Currently playing HM - Back To nature :3 :D
  • Chaoscoolperson - October 30, 2010 2:02 p.m.

    I need to know. Do you build the city and stuff in the sims, or do you only control one person. Every time I look at the game it makes it unclear. Also, I have only played 1 game on this list. Also...4TH!
  • johneverett - May 17, 2010 6:25 a.m.

    Whoa. How does this have only two comments? Mom, I found an anomaly!
  • Piepiepie - October 11, 2008 6:26 a.m.

    LOl multiplayer mineweeper
  • Ishtom - December 20, 2008 2:37 a.m.

    Hmmm, maybe gamers are better at living someone else's lives then their own. Probably because they get an over view of their situation.

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