20. Epic Mickey (Wii)
Epic Mickey is one of those games that has lots of potential to be critically acclaimed as a true classic, but doesn't quite make it because of a few problems. It has a poor camera system. There's a lot of backtracking, and playing those 2D sections over and over and over again can become tiresome. Some were turned off completely by these problems, but I found myself able to forgive them and really enjoy the game. I truly felt for the citizens of wasteland when it was revealed what Mickey had done to their home, and set about fixing it with the paint. Of course it's possible to playthrough the game the opposite way by using the thinner, but I don't think I could ever do that, and because of that, I think the developers achieved one of their main objectives. A moral choice system is always used to try and make the player feel something, and I most certainly did here.
Clue for 19. I feel the need, the need for speed. (It's not Need for Speed, or Top Gun)