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The third one def deserves to be higher than the second.

Too many but hurt fans I guess.



 

 

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SwitchUP said:
It's not even close. Ocarina of time. From mario 64 to ocarina of time, Nintendo was literally teaching the gaming world how to make good 3d games. Ocarina of time is #1 and mario 64 is #2.

That's not really true. ID Software, Epic and Valve add had pretty epic looking and playing 3D games on PC.

They certainly led the way on console though.

My personal games of the decade would be in no order.

Warcraft 2, Starcraft, Quake, Heroes of Might and Magic 3, Little Big Adventure 2, Curse of Monkey Island



I was a PC gamer back then, RTS genre was king. Out of AoE, C&C and WC series I enjoyed C&C the most.

From the console side, the one that has stuck with me the most is SoR2.

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Cobretti2 said:
The third one def deserves to be higher than the second.

Too many but hurt fans I guess.

Wrong thread maybe?



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Championship Manager 3 - A lot of people, not even obsessed gamers like us, would have played an iteration of this game.



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StarCraft: Brood War for me.

Superbly balanced RTS but with three very distinctive races. Online multiplayer well ahead of its time, especially when it came to custom maps (UMS). Whenever I got bored of playing proper games I'd spend hours and hours exploring various UMS. Particularly loved the various tower defence games, Bounds maps, Tricks races, Beat the Lava co-op, Siege maps, and especially the co-op ones where you had limited resources to spend on units and would have to work together to out-micro the AI (forgot the name of those), and on and on. Just so much content.

Oh and its impact on esports, thanks to South Korea. StarCraft was the first game that had me watching pro matches (via the in-game replay system), trying to borrow build orders and strats to use in my own games.



Hard to pick one for a decade. My choices would be

Donkey Kong Country 3
Age of Empires 2
Super Mario World
Ocarina of Time

DOOM
Metal Gear Solid


Any order you like



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For me its a tie between..

Half Life & Homeworld

A honorable mention to..

Warcraft 3 - Mario 64 - Perfect Dark

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Chrono Trigger, Final Fantasy 7, Final Fantasy 8, Mario 64, Metal Gear Solid, Ocarina of Time.

Hard for me to chose, but I'll say Metal Gear Solid because it introduced me to a new genre, and franchise I didn't think I'd be so interested in. 



TomaTito said:

From the console side, the one that has stuck with me the most is SoR2.

I preferred RoS2



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