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Longest Level

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What is the longest level in the history of games you have played?

Personally I think it is The Great Maze from Super Smash Bros. Brawl

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  • Definetly "Surface Tention" from Half-Life 1.

  • Would Pokemon be considered one long level? If so, that definitely wins the prize. Hours and hours of gameplay - and that's just the beginning! Once you complete the story, you "Gotta catch'em all!".

  • I think the longest level I played was The Shivering Isles for The Elder Scrolls IV game. I mean I had to play "errand boy" to some wacked out demon god and wander through some long, maze like dungeons teaming with bloodthirsty creatures. I loved it!

  • or maybe ICO. It is one level. all the game.

  • @metalkombat said: Would Pokemon be considered one long level? If so, that definitely wins the prize. Hours and hours of gameplay - and that's just the beginning! Once you complete the story, you "Gotta catch'em all!".

    @metalkombat said: I think the longest level I played was The Shivering Isles for The Elder Scrolls IV game. I mean I had to play "errand boy" to some wacked out demon god and wander through some long, maze like dungeons teaming with bloodthirsty creatures. I loved it!

    @metalkombat said: or maybe ICO. It is one level. all the game.

    none of those count, a level is something such as a stage or a dungeon. the longest level is probably one from a jrpg in one of the final dungeons where you fight multiple bosses. i reckon the shortest level is possibly runway in goldeneye though.

  • I would have to say the longest level I ever played was The Worst Game Ever flash game on the Aqua Teen Hunger Force movie web site.

    Mind you I never played it to COMPLETION but it more than qualifies. :)

  • Ever heard of the Teenaged Mutant Ninja Turtles on the Sega Genesis? I remember that the last level was long, and tough. The bosses I defeated were resurected, and I had to battle them, and Krang, in order to reach the Shredder.

  • I don't really know how to quantify "long", but both Latheon Gorge and Ymir Forest in Tales of Symphonia were unnecessarily drawn out. And yeah, the Great Maze in SSBB is huge compared to the other, relatively short levels in the Subspace Emissary.

    In terms of levels I was stuck on for a long time, I guess the arcade game in Donkey Kong 64 doesn't really count, though you do need it to beat Hideout Helm, but there's Meat Circus in Psychonauts. The first time I played the game, I could not get past rescuing Oly. The second time I didn't even attempt it. I got through it on my third playthrough a year after the first, though. And I didn't have as much trouble with the rising water part as most people did.

  • Don't mention the Meat Circus, please. I HATED that place (although I do enjoy fighting Mr. Oleander and the combined Oleauto). Saving Little Oly took forever and let's not get started on the rising water (how ironic his full name is Razputin Aquato)

  • does it count if it took you forever to beat it? oh well, demyx.more said the water guitar guy from kh 2 oh my goodness i got to him over a year and a half ago and still didnt beat him till like 2 months ago.and those of you who are thinking i really suck at kh 2 its the 2nd time you fight him not in the underworld. but the longest level not by sucking at it ummmmmmmm...through the fire and flames man my arms hurt for a week!

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