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         50. Super Mario World (SNES)

One of the first video game I played, it will forever be an amazing souvenir. With it's memorable worlds and ennemies, Super Mario World is probably the finest 2D platformer ever.


49. Dynasty Warriors 2 (PS2)

Probably the best in the series, Dynasty Warriors 2 was unique. It engrossed you into it's charming settings and wonderful music. It was the first PS2 game I played and one of the main reason why I wanted a PS2 but it's only until Dynasty Warriors 4 that I finally decided to get one. Dynasty Warriors 4 was a great game but I have more souvenirs related to the second entry in the franchise.


48. Age of Empires (PC)

One of my first RTS, Age of Empires gave me hours of fun. It introduced me to the genre and made me love it. And what an amazing soundtrack!


47. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (N64)

One of the most epic (in it's literal meaning) game I have ever played, Ocarina of Time was audacious and memorable. My young age is what prevented me from loving the game even more. I barely played it myself but I've seen people playing it a lot. Some parts of the game were so scary! I think I would have enjoyed the game a little more if I would have been a little older. The best soundtrack in a video game hands down.


46. Donkey Kong Country 2 (SNES)

All three DKC are awesome and I love all of them equally but DKC2 stood out because it's the one that puzzled me the most and made me realize how wacky that franchise actually was! It's not a franchise that aged very well but I remember how I loved this game. And what a soundtrack!


45. The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II (PC)

The mix of the best movie trilogy with a great RTS system was perfectly achieved with Battle for Middle-earth II. It evolved so much from it's predecessor. The music was AMAZING (obviously) and everything else was AMAZING as well! I just love everything LotR.


44. Buzz! Quiz TV (PS3)

Loads of fun, simply put. Whether you're good at trivia games or not, you are going to have fun with friends. But don't play it alone! The singleplayer mode is rather simple and you'll get bored fast. There's an online mode but very few people are playing it so you might wait a long time before finding someone. The sequel, Buzz! Quiz World, is equally as fun and is a much more complete package. There are a lot of people online so you'll want to get Quiz World before Quiz TV. I simply played Quiz TV more and it's the one I fell in love with. Last year model FTW!


43. Mario Party (N64)

Another game where fun is at it's prime. It's the kind of game that you can play at any time with anyone. Too bad they replaced the series with Wii Party. Hopefully we'll see another one soon.


42. Super Smash Bros. Melee (GC)

I don't need to tell you how great that game was. It was EPIC. And so much better than the N64 version. By the way, my main was Sheik or Kirby!


41. Super Mario 64 (N64)

The funny thing about this game is that I played it soo much when I was younger but I actually never owned it myself. It was THE game to play when you went at a friend's house. Back then, the Internet wasn't quiet as big as it is now so we had to find the stars ourselves without the help of a walkthrough. ~So hard~ Especially since the game was in English and I couldn't speak English at that age. Amazing game nonetheless.


40. Spider-Man 2 (PS2)

Simply puy, the controls felt like heaven. Such a huge improvement over the first game (where you couldn't even go on the ground!!). Here's hoping for another great Spider-Man game.


39. Ragnarok Online (PC)

A very great and charming game. Amazing memories.


38. Mega Man X (SNES)

A hard game for the little boy I was back then. But I loved watching people play the game. The atmosphere was unique and the enemies were very original. Also, the game aged very well.


37. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (SNES)

The first thing that comes to mind when I think of that game is, oddly, the sound made by Link when he would get hurt. A Link to the Past had a lot of these epic elements that made the game memorable and amazing.


36. Rayman 2: The Great Escape (N64)

This game is in the same league as Mario and Donkey Kong. It felt fresh and very different. I can only curse at Ubisoft for snubbing such an amazing franchise.


35. Skies of Arcadia Legends (GC)

Just a great JRPG with a great combat system. Very classic with many clichés. Awesome.


34. Left 4 Dead (PC)

First time I played this game, I was petrified. The sequel was a disappointment for me as I think it got rid of the amazing atmosphere of the first game.


33. Secret of Mana (SNES)

Probably the best co-op game ever, this game was amazing.


32. Mirror's Edge (PS3)

This game took me by surprised. I knew a bit what to expect from the game before buying it but I never expected it to feel so great gameplay-wise. Yeah the story was very uninspired but the gameplay and the visuals win me over. One of my most requested sequel.


31. inFamous (PS3)

Again, amazing gameplay. The atmosphere was very cool as well as the visuals. It had some bugs and felt clunky sometimes but hopefully the sequel will fix these issues.


30. GoldenEye 007 (N64)

GoldenEye is the precursor of the FPS genre as we know it. A very addictive and fun online mode is mostly what made the game so innovative. This game won't be equalled.


29. Hype: The Time Quest (PC)

Oh yes a Playmobile game! The epic tale of a soldier trying to go back in his own era in order to save his kingdom from a black knight. An Epic and amazing game.


28. Black & White (PC)

I just love to play God. It's a very satisfaying role. I'd do it in real life too. Give me a call if you need a break. On topic, this game (and it's sequel) is awesome.


27. Spyro the Dragon (PS1)

A very great adventure game. The franchise is very dead now I'm afraid. Get a grip Activision.


26. Starfox Adventures (GC)

The guy at the store suggested me to try this game for the graphics alone. I was impressed. But not by the graphics alone. The whole game felt great. Very polished.


25. Harvest Moon: A Wonderful Life (GC)

One of the most joyous game I've played. It's not the first Harvest Moon I had played but it still the best. I want his life so badly. Things are so simple in these games.