42. Star Wars: TIE Fighter
In the late 80's and early 90's LucasArts was among the elite gaming publishers in the world. Their adventure games were unmatched and had been, for the most part, solely what they were known for. That radically changed in 1993 when they released the simluator X-Wing. However, it was a year later that LucaArts release TIE Fighter, the sequel to X-Wing, and it had improved in almost every aspect. It was a game ahead of its time that ranks among the best simulation games of any genre.