Another question from the eggman to the VF'ers in the free world. What game to you has the most replay value? Which one to you have you probably played up and down, back and forth, and still find something fresh about playing it. Me personally, is always VF. I'm not kissing ass just because I'm on a VF site. I know that my common ground is Tekken. It's the first "3D" game that I learned to play, and I've been playing every one since it first was released. The first VF never caught my eye, even though it was pretty funny to watch someone play. (That damn Lau stomp had me laughing!) Even though Tekken is my common ground, when VF 2 came out, out, I was thoroughly impressed. The speed, unpredictibility, the strategy, the sheer difficulty of this masterpiece always caught my eye. Even though I was knee-high in Tekken 2 at the time, VF 2 always made me look. I think it truly may have been through neglect, (Because I always had to travel to get to a VF machine, even today), but around here, and let's be real, in this day and age, at least %99.999998 of arcades have at least some incarnation of Tekken in it, so I blame a lot of that due to deprivation. But let's be real, VF is one big game of chess. If I'm playing Tekken 1 thru 3, it's to see how fast I can win the Time Attack mode, because I know the CPU's moves that it uses and it's attack patterns. Come on, look at these horrendously low times,(Tekken 1, Jack, '0"59"80, Tekken 2, Alex/Roger, '2"08"24, Tekken 3, Heihachi '1"45"77) I spent 2 tokens on this shit? I mean, let's be real, we all want to win, that's what we play these 2 games for, but when it gets this easy it's a travesty. And vs. battles? Find yourself 3, 4 moves at the most, because that's all that are useful most of the times. Occasionally do one more than the other, (wash, rinse, repeat etc.) and there you go boys and girls, a strategy. But since VF is a game that effectively mixes offense with defense, your too busy thinking and anticipating your next move, and hopefully not getting hit in the process. Like a real fight, hence the term "Fighting Simulator". But you know, I truly have to catch myself and be reminded that these are games, and I said lasting appeal, not gameplay strategies and systems, and that flash makes all the difference in fighting games, and games in general. I mean, what would you rather be playing? Weaponlord, (If anybody can remember this fighting game, which was rather good and is still good for it's time.) or Capcom vs. Snk? I rest my case. But I just know that I've never kept any system for the sake of one game, well, ok I'm lying. But I've never wanted to keep my PSX forever for the sake of Tekken, even though PSX is far from dead. But my Saturn is never going anywhere for the sake of VF 2 and VF Kids, as much as I have to dust off and go inside of Saturn to see what the problem is, it's not going without a fight, all for the sake of VF 2. So to me, it's VF with the lasting appeal. I'll always go out of my way to play it, I still do it now. Every 2 weeks I'm hooking up with a couple buddies to play VF 3 arcade just for the hell of it, while Tekken 3 just sits off in the distance.