And by that, I mean has there been a game (or games) you've played from the past and still remains fun to this day when you return to it once in awhile and can play lengthy sessions without getting bored to death? A game that doesn't get weighed down from being so outdated thus consequently taking the fun out of it. If you have, then what makes it so good for you? Also, please put some actual effort into your posts (i.e. no lazy 1-2 sentence posts). Cause I'm genuinely interested to see what other oldies but goodies may be out there and what you guys like about it that has made it last so long for you. Off the top of my head a game that comes to mind would be Grandia 2 for the Sega Dreamcast. An absolute gem of an RPG that was unfortunately overlooked due to its platform, timing, and looks. The battle system is by far the most addictive I've experienced in a JRPG to this day, and you can imagine how good it is when you see Square-Enix shamelessly copying it in Final Fantasy X-2 & evolved in 13. Fully 3D towns and environments, the funky music, challenging battles, the story w/ voice acted characters, and the little attention to details made it easy for me to adore this game for a long time. It's easy to pick up and play and doesn't require you to have a lot of JRPG experience to get into, making it a breeze to pick up after yearly gaps of not playing it.