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My small group of friends and I, a total of four having steadily increased and expanded our gaming gatherings over the year. It slowly began with an hour of Super Smash Brothers Melee up to a two television LAN in my basement. Still we haven't been able to satiate our hunger for something new and fun, as my group gets tired of a game fairly quickly. Over the summer we tried everything we could: Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles, The Legend of Zelda: Four Swords, Phantasy Star Online, a plethora of board games, Magic the Gathering, every other imaginable multiplayer game for the Gamecube and more. But still only Super Smash Brothers Melee (and now Guitar Hero) has been the staple for our gaming nights. Now with my LAN set we figured our possibilities would expand but it's only been two weeks and we're already bored with Gears of War and I'm just a much more skilled player in Halo 2.
My group is pretty open to whatever game can be enjoyed and played as a group but it feels like nothing can keep our attention long enough to bother even trying.
So I need help, or rather suggestions for videogames that would be worth trying out. Gamecube, Wii, PS2, Xbox and Xbox 360 are our possible outlets so there is a lot of room for ideas.
My ideas right now at this point is Halo just for screwing around; still trying to look for other games at are worth system-linking.