30. Perfect Dark (N64)
Yet another Rare game, and there's still more to come. This was considered as a spiritual successor to the excellent and revolutionary Goldeneye, and I love them both for similar reasons. The single player mode was good enough on its own, but it's the local multiplayer that really makes it shine. At the time, there was nothing better than getting a load of friends together and just playing it for hours on end, and that's something that's unfortunately been forgotten about in most cases today.