Ultima 7, Earthbound, FFL2, and SMT: Nocturne.
I don't really like Chrono Trigger that much. Once you get past the production value and admittedly excellent aesthetics, there's nothing really there.
Wait how many times have I even replied to this thread why don't I make a post about which games I have the most emotional attachment too.
Chrono Trigger - Not repeating story again whatever actually I will. When I was ten, my family's summer vacation was going out west. We went to the badlands and mount rushmore and wall drug and stuff. on the way back we stopped at the mall of america and i bought this at funcoland or rather my dad got it for me. Got home late at night a few days later, like three AM, popped it in, turned the system on, game didn't start. Blew on the pins, worked like a charm. Started a new game. Sound of seagulls and fireworks ensued.
This was back when my parents could stand being around each other on a week long car trip.
Tales of Symphonia - Played this a lot during the summer when my grandfather was dying.
Actually this is less interesting than I thought.