31. Bomberman 64, N64 (1997) Hudson (last year 30)
This game had the tendency to be frustratingly obtuse. For a game in the 3D era, death came easily and in many forms, and the game did not make what you had to do at all obvious. That being said, it was a distinct take on previous Bomberman games in both adventure and multiplayer, making for a fun and unique game. Nostalgia helps make it one of those games that looms large in my imagination, so it gets a relatively high rank.
Clue for 30: This top-selling game helped sell a peripheral that was only an aesthetic improvement to its controller, providing no new functionality.
Monster Hunter: pissing me off since 2010.