This is for games that are not necessarily great games, but they just have something about them that you love. I have three big ones. No More Heroes (1 & 2) (Wii): I just loved this game. There wasn't anything really special about it, but anyone that has a Wii needs this game. Neir (PS3): I will rarely play non fighting games more than once. This game I love for the story. As you're playing it, it's nothing that great about any of it. The game play is decent, good graphics and ok story line. At then end, when the whole story is tied together, that made this game for me. When you replay it you get a slightly different view of the story and learn a whole lot more. Enchanted Arms (360): The game play is pretty basic grid/turn based RPG. Graphics are nothing too great, but that writing though. Imagine someone who has no idea anything about American culture other than bad 80's sitcoms. Like the one with the robot girl. Everyone is written as an overplayed archetype. Not just overplayed, but insanely overplayed. It's like if a B movie had JRPG elements in it. It's a cheap game, but if you love JRPG's and cheesy B movies, I highly recommend this one. And, of course, every Kirby game ever.