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alright this thread is to see what you all think are the most important computergames (including gameboy, console, everything) in the history of computer gaming - what games are the mona lisa of gaming?
mine are (in no particular order)
Homeworld (for having the best story)
Tetris (for showing how addictive games can be)
Command and Conquer (the first great RTS)
Starcraft (10 years old and still being played)
Wolvenstein (the first great shoot 'em up)
Carmaggeddon (for showing that the game-industry isn't just for kids)
Counterstrike (one of the first games to create a public uproar)
World of Warcraft (for being the most popular game ever)
What are yours?
Action = Call of Duty : United Offensive (the multiplayer is just gold)
Day of Defeat (in my opinion the most realistic ww2 shooter and best steam game)
RTS = Warcraft 3 Frozen Throne (the expansion was way better)
Company of heroes (spot on heart stopper and best seen as a cinematic, not a gameplay game)
Adventure/RPG = Ocarina of Time (twilight princess was too easy, this one had difficulty and ingenuity)
Shadow of the Collosus (simply Epic)
Beat 'em up = Dynasty Warrior Series (Just addictive and fun to play for hours)
Double Dragon (Classic)
Fighting = Tekken 5 : Dark Ressurection (a little juggle heavy but otherwise its a dreamgame on arcade)
SSB:M (just amazing and original)
Bloody Roar : primal fury (a little more obscure but shouldve been considered A range when it came out)
Soul Calibur 2 (A sword fighting game, my dream were fullfilled)
[Nevermind Street Fighter its on everyone whos played it's list]
This is mostly biased towards the games I play and own, which is no coincidence because I bought them for the pure reason they were so good.
Originally Posted by swntzu
I'm just going to throw one in there that should be in any Hall of Fame:
that reminds me:
Monkey island 1/4 (for making me laugh till it hurt)