You get a face book at the beginning of the year to learn who your classmates are and a yearbook at the end to cap everything off. I think they're fairly antiquated at this point. I met someone 20 years ago who went to a school that gave them out. First and last time I'd ever seen one. It wasn't anything fancy. Just regular paper and using the last year's school photo.
But which of those face books is better regarded than the rest?
I remember yearbooks but not facebooks. And IIRC you had to pay for yearbooks.
Without being part of American "culture" (if you want to insist your Baby Country has one ;P), as far as I understood it, "yearbooks" are more or less a given in High Schools to celebrate the passed year, while a "face book" is an oprional register you might get in College but is more rare to exist? Remember that Facebook the social media platform started insulated to one College originally - and was just one of these juvenile "who's hotter" pages pitting two pictures of campcus girls against each other. Later being rebranded and opened up to more Colleges before making it to general public.
Smurf's Nightmare (Game Boy/GB Color): No, I have not played every Smurf game out there. But most of the ones I have played (I'm talking about the 8 and 16 bit games) suffer from frustrating gameplay. Not Nightmare, though. While not flawless, it is a lot of fun and it looks and sounds gorgeous.
Legend of Kyrandia - Hand of Fate: The first game was okay, but not quite there yet in terms of personality and game design. And the third entry is certainly creative but sometimes things get a bit too complicated.
I liked the Bioshock trilogy when they came out, but I placed the recent remasters and they feel a bit dated now. My big complaint is the ham handed morality system. "Do you want to murder this little girl?" "Do you want to humiliate this interracial couple?" I think it would have a bit more weight if the morally correct choice somehow made the games tougher, but they really don't and you are typically rewarded for rewarded for doing the right thing. Dishonored is a similar game (kinda) but does a much better job of having your moral choices affect gameplay.
The original Bioshock is definitely the best of the trilogy.
Mostly forgotten by the sand of time, but I nominate King of the Monsters 2 to be superior to the first game.
Out of the loose trilogy of Earnest Evans, El Viento, and Annette Futatabi, I think El Viento has the best pacing and action in terms of gameplay.
As Final Fight goes, I'm sure the arcade original gets the most love and fanfare. I've lost count of all the iterations on various console releases.
I think the middle pick is pretty widely acknowledged as superior to the rest. Annet's beat-'em-up is ok (IMO), but it's pretty broken, while Earnest is kind of terrible. El Viento is held in high regard in some circles. I like it, but it's still pretty rough, like most Telenet games. One of their best, though.
Final Fight, I guess some people really like Final Fight 3. Personally I do prefer the arcade original as well. 2 is weak, Mighty is ok-ish, and no one cares about Revenge or Streetwise or whatever it was called.
King of the Monsters... like you said, mostly forgotten. The first game is technically the first Neo Geo VS fighter, but it's pre-SF2 and it plays as such. I don't know if I ever played the second game. I read somewhere that it adds little levels instead of being all 1v1 fights.