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Ever since the days of Atari, there have been thousands upon thousands of games competing for your attention and your dollars. While some have been good, only a few can be regarded as "GREAT" and amongst those, this list is made up of the best of the best! These titles showcase WHY you love gaming and serve as a measuring stick for a medium that's about pushing the limits of creativity and technology. Go ahead, press start on creating YOUR LIST of All-Time Favorite Games right here, right now!

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Gries He

3 days ago

fun fact 01: Bioshock and Mass Effect are the only franchises with more than one games each in the top 20 ATF games list.

fun fact 02: Fallout New Vegas climbed 50 places in the ATF games list over the last 12 months, more than any other game.

Pudding Erm... MGS has 2 games in the top 20? Or am I missing something?

2 days ago

Gries He Oh, you're right. And deservedly so!

2 days ago

Pudding I'd say much more so than the aforementioned series!

2 days ago

Magus Magus

6 days ago

http://www.favslist.com/users/Erh-Hre/5035/lists/4
http://www.favslist.com/users/Sfh-Shg/5034/lists/4
Random three-letter first and last names that were created one-right-after-the-other both with birthdays on April 5th and they have almost the same list. One claims to be from Afghanistan. Obvious alt account.

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Ever since the days of Atari, there have been thousands upon thousands of games competing for your attention and your dollars. While some have been good, only a few can be regarded as GREAT and amongst those, this list is made up of the best of the best!

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Husky Wing Someone likes Gears of War.

4 days ago

Billy McKenna

2 months ago

There's a massive RPG bias here. Very few non-RPGs make it into the top 40 and those that do often have RPG elements. 15 RPGs in the top 40, and a further 7 by my count with RPG elements. Compared to any other genre that's massive.

Platformers (both 2D and 3D) only have 2 games in the top 40, both Mario games because nostalgic fanboys can't deviate from the socially sanctioned opinion of the internet... but yeah, the biggest franchises of the 8-bit right through to PS2, from 'Mega Man' to 'Ratchet & Clank' and everything in between has almost no representation even if we extend it to a top 100.

First Person Shooters don't do much better. If we count both 'Portal' games, and 'Fallout 3' and 'Fallout: New Vegas' there's 7, but let's face it, they're really puzzle and RPG respectively. So, 3. Arguably the biggest genre in gaming and there's only 3 in the top 40 and they're ALL single-player games.

Open World Sandbox also has 3, which is probably the biggest modern franchise (soon to overtake FPS I'd say looking at the trends). Even then only one of them, 'Red Dead Redemption' makes it into the top 30.

I must admit I do find it interesting looking at this list and looking at the trends in the list. I do wonder what this says about the community and it's members (though dead accounts skews everything too much to make any really statements).

Magus Magus This is a nerd site. RPGs have been disproportionately popular in nerd circles since basically forever. Check out some of Nintendo Power’s NES and SNES popularity charts from back in the day. And that was back before FFVII, when the majority of serious (western) gamers had still probably never played an RPG. And Mario having the most popular platformers isn’t because “nostalgic fanboys can't deviate from the socially sanctioned opinion of the internet.” It’s the consensus among nerds, casual gamers, and critics alike, online or offline, and the only franchises that ever seriously challenged that are Sonic and (kind-of sort-of) Crash Bandicoot. If anything Mario is probably weaker here than I’d have expected it to be. As to why other platformers aren’t on the list? “Too many games in too little time with too few changes” happened in pretty much every big platformer series and likely hurt the games’ individual notability. Also the market relevance of the genre fell off a cliff in the early 2000’s that it never really recovered from.

2 months ago

Billy McKenna I know Nintendo fans dislike this, but I call out the masses on rating 'Super Mario World' and 'Super Mario 64' out of nostalgia precisely because they don't rate any others. It may well be the consensus, but considering this site is supposed to be for the enthusiast; well I expect better. Is 'Call Of Duty' the top rated FPS? No. Is 'GTA5' The top rated Sandbox? No. The common consensus is ignorant drawing on what's popular not what's actually worthwhile (even if it's on occasion the same thing). There are plenty of platformers that have improved on the Mario formula both in 2D and 3D, from 'Ratchet & Clank Future', to 'Shovel Knight', to 'Vexx' and everything in between. Hell, even within the Mario franchise there's 'New Super Mario Bros. U', 'Super Mario 3D World', and 'Super Mario Galaxy 2'; all massive improvements on what came before them. The fact is, many people rate the likes of 'Super Mario 64' and the big one, 'Ocarina Of Time' out of peer pressure. It's sad but true. I've watched countless YouTube top ten lists where the video maker expects to be flamed because certain games aren't rated high enough, with constant disclaimers that "this is MY list not yours", and pleas to the viewer to not flip out because their favourite game made #6 on a list instead of the top 3... The day this stops being true, the day I start believing half these rating.

2 months ago

Drew DeBakker

2 months ago

I'm just glad Mass Effect 2 got knocked from the top spot. I will never understand the love for that game. Viva The Last of Us!

richardpale The Last of Us is a great game but to me ME2 still blows it out of the water.

3 days ago

Billy McKenna

2 months ago

This list needs to be auto-reset regularly. Users that haven't logged in in say 6 months should have their lists no longer count towards the overall list, (if this would be possible to implement). This way only active and semi-active members lists count so the list will more accurately represent the active members tastes, modern games will be able to compete, sock accounts will be effectively delt with, and there will be a more fluid and interesting "top 40" as it'll likely change frequently. This would however allow members who's favourites don't significantly change to still be included without them needing to constantly change their lists.

Magus Magus An alternative list that only counted active-ish members would definitely be cool (and at that point we might as well get rid of the Current Favorite Gaming list that nobody uses). Auto-resetting the main list would be dumb though.

2 months ago

Master Crash I use favorite Gaming list :c

2 months ago

Master Crash As well as 264 other people

2 months ago

Rockshard PhD it is a good idea. Im pretty sure the admin was suggested the idea (or had the idea himself) at some point in the unikgamer days, part of me wonders if maybe it was never implemented simply because it would make it seem like the site has no members.

2 months ago

Billy McKenna I think it'd have the opposite result. Having a list that auto-resets regularly shows that the admin are confident that their website gets new members regularly and has regular members that return often, it's an indication of an active site.

2 months ago

Rockshard PhD yea except how will they know it auto resets? Come to think of it maybe if the full amount of users is displayed regardless, that might be a good solution. ("ranked by x users" and maybe additionally "and of those, y recent users")

2 months ago

Sandvich I think it would be better to just have a filter for all lists if possible, with "Updated in the Last Week/Month/Year."

2 months ago

Preston Stephenson

2 months ago

So 5 out of the past 6 lists have been ranking almost entirely the same few PS1 and PS2 games. I'm sensing a trend or a scheme. Haha I mean I can live with it, other than FFVIII. Please, no FFVIII.

Billy McKenna Really? What's so bad about Final Fantasy VIII? It's currently topping out my list as my #1 because it has great theming, memorable characters, a fantastic story with multiple interpretations. Sure the gameplay can be easily broken if you know what you're doing, but junctioning was a cool idea. I can understand others not loving it, (it's my personal #1 but it's hardly objectively the best game), but is it really so objectionable that you don't like it at all?

2 months ago

Ameno Oktanas There are people who use to make fake accounts and ranked Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time, but eventualy gave up.

2 months ago

Claudio Müller

2 months ago

"The Last of Us" is number one...
For real now?
I mean, I understand that I'm quite alone with my opinion that this game is highly overrated, so I'm not arguing that it shouldn't appear in this list...
But leading in "all time favorit"?
Once the grafics are outdated and the "cinematic" presentation doesn't hold up anymore, this game will hardly be played anymore in the futur, I guarantee it.
I doubt that it has what it takes to remain a "classic", let alone an "All time Favorit"... let alone LEADING the "All time Favorit" list!

richardpale I thought it was an amazing game so I ranked it at #7. I'll admit I'm still surprised it's the overall #1 though, I think it might have helped that it was the game of the moment when most people were making their lists.

3 days ago

Will Loughman

3 months ago

I'm surprised brawls so low

Ameno Oktanas New games always have hard time to compete in such list for one good reason most people don't update their lists ever and those games don't get fair chance to go to the top. If you force every one to make a new list it would look completly different.

3 months ago

Will Loughman or at least edit them a bit more

3 months ago

Magus Magus Uh, guys? Brawl isn't a new game and is considerably older than this site while The Last of Us is #2 on the list.

3 months ago

Dark Chaos Pretty sure he means the new Super Smash Brothers for Wii U and 3DS.

3 months ago

Magus Magus Oh. In that case it probably just hasn't been out long enough.

3 months ago

Simply Ecks

4 months ago

How is Final Fantasy Tactics #110? It should be much higher imo, the story is so epic! And Final Fantasy III/VI? That game is arguably one of the best Final Fantasy's of all time and in my personal opinion my #1 Final Fantasy game and I feel it should be higher. I'm glad to see Chrono Trigger hanging in there at #16 though because it is my favorite RPG of all time.

Billy McKenna Final Fantasy VI made it into the top 40, not bad for a game that was a late SNES release, got no original release in Europe, Australia, South America or Russia/Continental Asia, and was still noticeably 16-bit when the new hot thing was 3D and pre-rendered graphics. Sure it got a PSOne re-release (thankfully for me in UK), but it wasn't well advertised or promoted. I got it after playing both 7 and 8 because I became a fan of the series. Chances are, gamers under 25, especially outside USA, haven't played it.

4 months ago

Billy McKenna

6 months ago

Looks like 'The Last Of Us' is retaining it's popularity. Second game to break 4000 points here, and there's only 70 points in it for first place vs. 'Mass Effect 2'. Interesting to see the steep drop-off in points after that though. 'Skyrim' and 'Ocarina' keep fighting over 3rd place a solid 170 points away, there's than a gap of more than 600 points before 5th place, Another drop of over 170 points for 6th place. That's a total range of over 1000 points between 1st and 6th place. That same range again covers twice that many games going from 6th to 18th place.

I find all this quite fascinating.

Tails-Kun Kujikawa Well of course it is. To me that game is literally perfect. It's a masterpiece and will probably always be my favorite game of all time.

3 months ago

Claudio Müller I would say, it is highly overrated, and in a couple of years, maybe one, two decates, when the grafics aren't convincing anymore and the cinematic-flashy presentation doesn't hold up any longer, this game will disappear from most people's conciousnes, because what it has is a nice movie, under the cover of a game, good story and so on... but as an actual game it simply is lacking. Again: I'd be surprised if this game has any such long-lasting appeal as f.e. an "Ocarina of Time".

2 months ago

Billy McKenna The problem is Claudio, video games have little in the way of substantive judging criteria and are often remembered because of nothing but nostalgia. The amount of people who go on and on about games that have been clearly surpassed is just ridiculous. People remember 'Ocarina Of Time' not out of greatness but out of nostalgia, after all, it's a painfully boring, tedious, badly paced game, with little to no challenge; it has redeeming qualities sure but 'Ocarina Of Time' is hardly the masterpiece people make it out to be. Why it's so popular has always eluded me. That said, I've yet to see a truly breath-taking, masterpiece in video games. Even the very best are trope heavy, predictable, cliché stories; with gameplay challenges that only engage on one point at best. Some games come close. 'DmC' was great. It was challenging and had a solid story, but it was basically just the plot of films like,'They Live', and 'The Matrix', with biblical imagery, all played out as a cinematic action game. Possibly one of the most cohesive games I've played but not exactly breaking new ground. Then there's the likes of 'Journey', a truly artistic game with delightful sound design and visual aesthetics; but lacking a failure state or any sense of challenge undermines it as a game... though I can't imagine how you'd even be able to address that. Will 'The Last Of Us' be remembered, become a nostalgia trip for todays teens? Who can say. What I can say though, is gaming is still looking for it's identity. Once it's decided, then we can look for true works of art.

2 months ago

Claudio Müller @Billy McKenna: I'm not sure I would agree entirely. Maybe let's leave the question if games are "art" or even can be "art" aside, and let's just look at them as... well games. Something you play. There are a lot of very old games you can still play today and have a lot of fun. Things like "Contra", "Mario Kart 64" or even a "Silent Hill 2", which still is extremly scary, and therefore still delivers on what it wants to be. These games still deliver on the elements that made them great in the first place, and you can still hand them to a gamer today, who has not grown up with them, and they can get a similar experience out of it (e.g. I didn't grow up with "Silent Hill 2", I've played it the first time when everybody else was already playing on their PS3). So, I don't buy the idea that we only like old games because of nostalgia. Some of them, maybe, but I do think that many of them have an actual long lasting appeal. Yet, if the appeal of a game is just it's grafics and/or it's pretend of being like a movie, then this appeal will vanish, as soon as the technology has moved on. "Mario Kart 64" will always be a fun instance racer that you can pick up with a friend and play, without requiering any significant training. "Contra" will always be a fair, fast-paced challange. "Silent Hill 2" will always deliver on its scares and atmosphere, because it doesn't do it through the grafics or cinematics. "The Last of Us"... well, I just don't know on what level this game engages that will remain this kind of classic. But you are probably right with calling out "Ocarina of Time"... although I would make an argument, that "Majoras Mask" still holds up today

2 months ago

Billy McKenna From what I can see, it seems we tend to agree. I'd argue that 'The Last Of Us' is a very solid game with smooth, atmospheric, tension filled gameplay (particularly on PS4), with good characters, and a traditional zombie survival storyline that rivals it's contemporary counterparts in both TV and Film, and that's enough for it to be memorable in my book. I would agree it's over-praised though because both good storytelling and decent gameplay in the same game are hard to find. As for the others you mention, I don't disagree for the most part. I still play 'Sonic The Hedgehog' on Mega Drive and consider it, 24 years later, to still be one of the best and most satisfying 2D platformers ever made. I enjoy the story and character development in 'Planescape: Torment' after 16 years despite it's noticeably aged graphics. Nostalgia isn't the only reason things from the past are remembered fondly, and it's not always a bad thing. Honestly though, games haven't existed long enough for any to be "remembered", there are no classics that have stood the test of time because not enough time has passed. When the generation that actually played 'Ocarina Of Time' die, it will also die; because it's not the "best gaem evarr!!!1!!" as the internet at large likes to pretend, it's just the biggest fanboy craze in gaming. As for 'Majora's Mask', I wouldn't know as I've never played it; though I think 'Wind Waker' is far superior to 'Ocarina Of Time'. Sad as it may seem, I can't think of any game that will transcend generations and live on like classic films or music does. Is there a gaming equivalent to 'Citizen Kane', 'Snow White' or 'Cassablanca', or the music of Elvis Presley or The Beattles? Even the most basic classics like 'Super Mario Bros.' seem unimpressive to todays pre-teens/teens. I can say handedly, that the music of say, Michael Jackson will still be enjoyed by people in 50+ years. I can't say the same for any video game at present... I still think gaming has a lot of growing to do.

2 months ago

Claudio Müller Yes, we seem generally to agree. Although, I'm not sure I agree on your idea, that there are no games that will "transend generations". Don't get me wrong, I don't say that there are any either... I'm saying that I simply don't know. It's an interessting question, to which we don't really have an answer yet, because the medium is too young. But let's stick with the comparison to movies for the moment: I am a big movie fan. I don't consider myself an expert, but I'm certainly interessted. Now, if you point to "Cassablance" or "Citizen Kane", then you are right that they will always be around and will still be watched even in thhe decates, maybe centuries to come... but by whom? And why? Are they still being watched and will they still be watched as a piece of entertainment, which reaches a big part of society... or will their existence be a reference for people who are really interessted in movies and especially in the history of movies? Because that's a difference. Because if you can point to these movies and say, that they are still being watched in the same way that we watch modern movies, then you are right, there might be hardly any games that can match that. But if they are mainly watched out of "historical" reasons, because the people who watch it are interessted in the movies of the past... well, then I think we do have games like that. Yes, no of the so called "Classics" in gaming will in the same way be played for pure entertainment as current games... but for fans of the genre, and people who are interessted in the history of gaming (in the same way as people who are interessted in movies) will probably even in the future play "Ocarina of Times" at least once in their life. Not because it's the "best game ever", not because it has the biggest fanbase (which will die out, I agree), but because it was good at that time, and is a game that revolutionized many, many things. So it might turn out that similarly to "Cassablanca" or "Citizen Kane" for movies, "Ocarina of Time" will end up being one of the "must play" titles of gaming, if you want to understand the current state of gaming as an art-form. Or maybe this is complete b.s. and gaming will just move forward, and leave its past behind entirely

2 months ago

Ulty

7 months ago

I can't believe i'm saying it, but the unikGamer list was better than this...

richardpale You're mad Ulty, the unikgamer list had Ocarina at #1. This is a big improvement

7 months ago

Ulty It's not even about OOT...

7 months ago

richardpale I mean sure, I see where you're coming from. Skyrim, Fallout 3 and Portal 2 are all a bit lower and Arkham Asylum, Halo 3, Time Crisis and Tekken 3 are all still criminally underrated just to name a few. I get why you're upset about that Ulty but look on the bright side ME1 & 2, RDR, SotC, Uncharted 2, The Last of Us, The Walking Dead and Dark Souls are all way higher

7 months ago

Aramonde I agree Ulty but the Unik list is only a little better.

7 months ago

Magus Magus They're...about the same? Some of the newest games are higher here since they've actually had a chance to rise. Dark Souls is way up and Minecraft is way down. The drop from some of the older Nintendo games is a shame though.

7 months ago

Billy McKenna UnikGamers list wasn't better, it was just bigger. This list is far from perfect too because it's effectively a popularity contest so lowest common denominator kicks in; which on message boards basically means N64 fanboys followed by Valve fanboys. The fact that Journey, Planescape Torment, and Civilization IV aren't rated far higher proves that quality is incidental; popularity, that's what matters. I say just be thankful the CoD-kiddies are too stupid to figure out how the internet works en mass, otherwise the top 20 would be littered with mindless multiplayer military FPS's.

6 months ago

Gries He

7 months ago

Games in the top 100 I’ve completed: 53

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Games in the top 100 I’ve not completed yet: 27

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Games in the top 100 I’ve not played yet: 17

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Games that are listed twice in the top 100 and hence don’t count: 3

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Haafie ! Finished 23, Played 32, Own 35, Don't own/Wrong System: 65 Perhaps I should stick to the PC list, because I'll never play any game unless it's brought out on PC... So PC: Finished 45, Played 59, Own 64

7 months ago

Master Crash Played 40, finished 8. Well that says a lot bout me, doesn't it?

7 months ago

Big Boss Played 60, finished 37. Plus a couple of games I do intend to finish, and a few more I'm pretty sure will play yet.

7 months ago

Ameno Oktanas Finished 20, not finished 18. I should count with out console games, because I newer owned a console.

6 months ago

Larosenin - Own 80, played 59, finished (only) 25

3 months ago

Ninersfan4926 Finished 41, Played 56, own 68

2 months ago

Gries He 6 months later: completed = 59 | not completed yet = 25 | not played yet = 13 ;

2 weeks ago

Jason Moyer

7 months ago

No One Lives Forever not even making the top 500 is an affront to all things that are beautiful and right with the world.

Benji Dodds No, no classic Lucasarts adventures in the top 100 is the biggest affront. >.>

7 months ago

Ameno Oktanas Benji Dodds I find Lucasarts games boring so it's not surprising me they are that low.

3 months ago

Sarah Smith

7 months ago

Doom? The most influential FPS of all time, the game that began workplace epidemics, and it's BELOW Journey...

Jon Paul Cuellar Well, that's because Journey is a better game.

7 months ago

McKayla Sellot Most things should be below Journey. It's top 10 material.

7 months ago

MasterWizard Xenomorph Doom is great, but a guy shooting demons isn't all that original.... plus it's a fave's list I just put what I enjoyed the most.

7 months ago

richardpale All credit to Doom for being influential but the thing is influential games get their ideas improved on. Without bringing non FPS's into it I'd say Halo, Half Life, Bioshock and Modern Warfare are all ahead of Doom because favourites is more to do with being outright awesome to play and refined than it is to do with being innovative and good for its time.

7 months ago

Benji Dodds Halo and Modern Warfare are effing terrible. I still play Doom.

7 months ago

richardpale To me Halo 1, 2, Reach and especially 3 are awesome, as is the first Modern Warfare whereas I mainly like Doom for the retro novelty of it.

7 months ago

Benji Dodds To me, Halo and Modern Warfare represent the watering and dumbing down of an entire genre.

7 months ago

richardpale Meh. Considering Halo has intricate and large maps, balanced weapons where no one gun is best in all situations, included ground and air vehicles that are useful but not overpowered, has impressively smart enemy AI and put more effort into story and style it's arguably a more intelligent game than Doom. I won't try and make the same argument for Modern Warfare but it's no dumber than Doom either and it's still a lot of fun with some awesome campaign missions and multiplayer that was very fresh in 2007.

7 months ago

Benji Dodds Short list of issues with Halo. Regenerative health, aim assist, very slow gameplay. I couldn't possibly agree with a more intelligent game, simply because of the tools used to create something like Halo, lowered the bar for all other entries in the genre. Could Halo be used as an argument for more accessibility? Sure, and you would be entitled to that opinion. Me, I view Halo as the main reason that corporations have this mindset that EVERYTHING MUST BE FIRST PERSON, even if it doesn't necessarily fit the original design. *shrug*

7 months ago

Jon Paul Cuellar What's wrong with regenerating health? It allows the designers to design every encounter knowing that the player will be at full health when they experience it. I also don't see any problem with aim assist. Playing a console shooter without aim assist is torturous, and even on PC it can be pretty frustrating. The gameplay being slow-paced is just a stylistic choice, there's nothing wrong with that.

7 months ago

McKayla Sellot There's nothing wrong with regenerating heath in theory, however it allows for less emergent gameplay, less variety of experience, reduces the need to explore, reduces the complexity of the difficulty curve and subsequently the games pacing is far easier to map. All this can break immersion, making the game feel too predictable and constructed; add that to the dissidence of regenerating heath in concept and you have multiple issues with immersion. That said regenerating health allows the designers more freedom in level design because there are less variables to consider, which could counter all of the problems above and improve of the games core aesthetics. It depends on the game really and I can't really claim one is "better" than the other.

7 months ago

Benji Dodds While all that you said is true and more, McKayla, the difference between the FPS games of the Doom era is this: without them, there would be no Halo or Cowadoody, making it a far more important entry of that particular genre. I would also say that the recent influx of "old school" shooters like Wolfenstein, RoTT Reboot, Hard Reset and Shadow Warrior, proves that that stylistic is not dead and that people still want them. Also, Jon? Stylistic choice for slow gameplay is marketing buzzwords for: "can't get it past 30 FPS."

7 months ago

MasterWizard Xenomorph "I'll just shamelessly defend Doom without mentioning its obvious shortcomings." Doom was great in some ways, but games like Left 4 Dead, Bioshock, and Half Life 2 took that genre way further than ID ever could. Quake is probably a better example for the few arguments you made for Doom.

7 months ago

Benji Dodds Except we weren't really discussing those games, as I'd agree with you on those specific titles, Xeno. We were talking Doom versus Halo/CoD specifically, I thought.

7 months ago

MasterWizard Xenomorph Sorry, I enjoyed Halo I reccomend trying the new HD remasters, regenrative health is a fun mechanic in those games which makes sense. I agree CoD makes NO SENSE whatsoever to have the mechanic since humans don't spontaneously regenerate. I'm not partial to any of those games anyway. Halo has very balanced online play, unlike CoD you won't find yourself spawning in and dying EVERY sinlge time because you didn't study the map and weapons loadouts thoroughly enough. It did have something to do with the watering down of FPS's afterwards, but that's the developers of those games fault. I give Halo some credit because it's not completely colorless and unfun to play.

7 months ago

Magus Magus Influential or no, Doom doesn't seem to be thought of as highly on most of the internet as some of gaming's other biggest classic games - and on this list even Mario 3 is barely scraping the top 50. If Doom being 78th isn't good enough for you, go get all your Doom-loving friends to join the site.

7 months ago

Ice The Retro Kid I'm only like 21 years old and I STILL say Doom is the better game easily. More influential and better actual gameplay.

7 months ago

Chemical Reaction Doom is the game that set the stage for mainstream FPS games. It was what future FPS games modelled themselves off of for a good amount of time. Hell, Hard Reset has a good number of Doom tropes. Also, I'm unsure as to why we're comparing two games with different genres.

7 months ago

Synaptic Misfire Is there a list for 'most influential' games somewhere? I don't feel like I know enough to make my own but I'd be interested in seeing it.

7 months ago

David C

7 months ago

Persona 4 needs to be higher. Maybe the fans should vote for both versions.

Ice The Retro Kid I hate that, can the Persona fans stop splitting the votes...go with the base game, sheesh.

7 months ago

Splatterhouse 5 I prefer the 3rd game, and that vote is split between 3 different versions - I voted for the base game. I'd bet that Ocarina diehards get REALLY annoyed when they notice any version other than the base version getting votes, since the vote is so close between it and The Last of Us.

7 months ago

Papissama

7 months ago

If you filter in just the French population, Suikoden II is number 4. So proud of you my fellow Frenchmen even though just 21 of us participated

Sha Ember Yeah! Best game ever, nothing else to say.

7 months ago

Master Crash Filter PT. Phoenix Wright Trials and Tribulations. I'm okay with this

7 months ago

DjinnFighter As long as OoT is first, everything is fine

7 months ago

nodley Suikoden>OoT

7 months ago

Riley Maguire Filter US, and Chrono Trigger is 5th. *sheds tear of joy*

7 months ago

Master Crash AH in PT it's in second

7 months ago

Riley Maguire Shoutout to Portugal

7 months ago

Leya Kath Yataaaa! :3

7 months ago

Splatterhouse 5 Unfortunately, Suikoden 2 is the only game in the entire series that I haven't played - Oh, how I would absolutely love a remake/reissue. I couldn't in good conscious vote for it. I did vote for the 5th game though.

7 months ago

Topi Lindh

7 months ago

I find it funny to see some people this upset that their favorite games aren't doing that well in the list. People just value different kind of games than you; that happens. I for one have never liked Zelda games, I find them boring, but seeing Ocarina of Time in the third place doesn't disturb me Some people like it and it's fine. A lot of people love TLOU (I included) and thus it is in the second place, but some you don't like it. It's all fine folks

Nick Gully

7 months ago

Come on you old timers bang them 80 90s games up

Papissama Amen to that!

7 months ago

Goluboy Pidor One of the worst lists I have ever seen. All this western crap in top 10. Terrible.

7 months ago

Papissama Well, you need to make your list then and even things out (step by step)

7 months ago

Synaptic Misfire Aww yeah western crap. Cowboys making video games. That's where it's at.

7 months ago

Papissama Synaptic Misfire lol. How can you criticize when you have Bioshock Infinite as your number 2.

7 months ago

Synaptic Misfire Man, I'm not even being sarcastic. Borderlands? Red Dead? God Hand? LUCKY LUKE?! Let's just make every game vaguely about cowboys. We can't go wrong.

7 months ago

Nick Gully LTTP what a shocker at 27th

7 months ago

Splatterhouse 5 I've been gaming since the ColecoVision, and I have to say that the vast majority of my top 25 faves have come out in the last 15 years. I have fond memories of the old school games, but it's really a rare moment that I ever want to re-visit them. Games like Fallout 3 and Mass Effect felt like games I had been waiting my whole life to play.

7 months ago

TheEyeofTruth .

7 months ago

All the people taking this joke list of opinions seriously are funny.

Hayden Kiteley

7 months ago

The fact that the 3 true gears games aren't in the top 50 disgusts me.

Sandvich Gearz iz for dudebros and haz no story. Needz moar colorz and a morality system.

7 months ago

Hayden Kiteley Gears has a great story

7 months ago

Sandvich If it doesn't have branching moral choices that go nowhere or shoehorned subtext about Objectivism then it can't possibly be a great story. Dead srs.

7 months ago

Hayden Kiteley So, The last of us doesn't have a good story? GTA doesn't have a decent story? 90% of games don't have a good story? You're delusional.

7 months ago

Sandvich The Last of Us didn't have multiple endings playing out exactly the same way with different color filters. WURST STORY EVAR!

7 months ago

Sandvich "90% of games don't have a good story?" Okay, NOW I am being perfectly totally dead serious. 10% of games are well written, if that.

7 months ago

Sandvich Oh, and for the record, Gears 1-3 and the Gears franchise page are 4 of the 12 ranked pages we have in common.

7 months ago

Hayden Kiteley You've lost me now

7 months ago