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Best Video Game Ever.

Best Video Game Ever

Super Mario Bros20%[ 9 ]
MYST (Original for WIN95)2%[ 1 ]
Halo Series7%[ 3 ]
Half Life 211%[ 5 ]
Other59%[ 26 ]

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Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 3:02pm

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Hey guys, just wondering what you all think, if its not one in the poll, tell what it is. i personaly think either the original MYST or the halo series.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 3:21pm

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You've not even included the greatest game ever!

Secret of Monkey Island!

Halo really doesn't deserve to be up there with the "all time greats" like Half Life, Mario and Monkey Island. Its just a good FPS for consoles, nothing new or amazing.

Myst shouldn't be up there either really as it was a poor game. Furthermore the Windows 95 version of MYST was NOT the original.

MYST was a Macintosh game released in 1993 which was ported to Windows (although not that well if I remember). It was 100% made and rendered on the Mac with some fairly basic software (one of the only games to be made entirely on the Mac although for most of Halo's development it was a Mac only game as well).

It was a terrible game really which just showcased QuickTime as a video technology and was constucted with software called Hypercard which could make self-contained PowerPoint style presentations.

Add Secret of Monkey Island and I'll vote. biggrin
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 3:26pm

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Secret of Monkey Island? Never heard of it.... But I vote Mario Bros.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 3:29pm

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I'd add Pong, Flashback, Doom and Elite to that list and thats just the tip of the iceberg. There are countless games from the 80s and 90s which destroy all modern games in terms of the advances made and the relative enjoyment factors for the period.

Perhaps your poll is just a tad too broad? Its both ridiculous and impossible to compare all games, ever, since the dawn of time.

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Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 3:30pm

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Movie wrote:

Secret of Monkey Island? Never heard of it....
That's probably because it came out long before you were even born. smile

Which is the problem with 'greatest ever' lists, especially computer games. At least old films are still relatively easy to get hold of, but old games half the time don't even work on modern computers, so new gamers can't play them even if they wanted to.

Any list like this should have Deus Ex in there somewhere, really.

Personally, I'd probably vote for something a little more niche and interesting like Psychonauts or Darwinia. The list above is more of 'best selling/most hyped games of all time', rather than reflecting actual quality - though I do absolutely love Half Life 2.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 3:32pm

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Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 3:35pm

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Schwar is spot on.

Halo, and normally any console series of games rarely revolutionise gaming but instead port what the PC has been doing for X years onto the consoles and thus further into the mainstream.

Games I would like to see on the list are Another World, Aliens Vs Predator, Half Life, Thief, Deus Ex, System Shock 2, Defcon, Prince of Persia, Psychonauts, Worms, Syndicate Wars and Sensible Soccer Just to that some games which set the precedent were represented. There are countless others.

In any case I'd still vote for The Secret of Monkey Island. One of few games which I can always remember despite initially playing it at a relatively young age.

It's very possible that it will be replaced by Left 4 Dead this christmas.

-Hybrid.

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Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 3:39pm

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Ah yes, Elite. I'd also say Elite 2: Frontier. While it had its rough edges, no game has even come close to its epic scale yet - not even slightly. In fact, I'm not aware of any game that's even attempted to do so.

That it was made in the early 90s flabbergasts me - much like I can't really comprehend how on earth they conceived and created back in the 80s. I really hope Frontier manage to get round to Elite 3 sometime soon - with today's technology, my mind boggles at what they could do, given that they tended to be about 10 years ahead of the game with the first two games.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 3:52pm

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LBA1 for sure! I completed that game before I could speak a decent word of English. Still the best adventure game imo. LBA1 ftw.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 4:04pm

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It's so wierd that there are all these people who independently loved the MI series, and met up at FXHome later on.

My vote goes for Monkey Island as well, with the Shenmue games a close 2nd
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 4:12pm

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Knights of the Old Republic... Amazing story... Just... Amazing. smile
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 4:18pm

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I was very tempted to mention KotOR, Kyal. smile I only resisted due to its clumsy, old fashioned combat system - while fun, it didn't really mesh with the game.

KotOR with Jedi Knight style combat - now THAT would have been something!

Looks like Bioware might have ticked all the boxes with Mass Effect, though, finally jettisoning old school RPG combat and creating a game-worthy system. Jade Empire got it halfway right, and I'm hoping ME will finish the job.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 4:29pm

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Easily super mario bros. Classic and still fun and they've added new stuff!
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 4:32pm

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I never really 'got' Marios Bros, even as a kid. Jumping around headbutting blocks seemed a bit irritating to me. smile Just seemed rather repetitive and a little dull.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 4:35pm

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Edge magazine has just covered the entire history of video games greatest games poll in its current issue smile They asked thousands of testers, designers and publishers from all the games companies worldwide.

Half Life 2 was in the top five I believe, and Zelda Ocarina or Time was 1st. Which I completely agree with. That game was utterly awesome.

My votes would also include 'Secret of Mana' and World of Warcraft.


edit:
And woooo. Just checked the top 100 again and Secret of Mana is 39 in the chart. Fair play!
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 4:41pm

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I voted Super Mario Bros. because it was the first game that I ever played and it was probably the most enjoyable for me. I remember playing as Luigi and my sister would play as Mario because she was older than me. She would kick my ass smile I was terrible at it but the game was still incredible!

As for Monkey Island, that game was at my day-care. I never played it because I didn't know how to read but it was fun to watch.

My second favorite game would probably be Sonic 3 or Super Mario World.

BTW, does anyone remember this?
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 5:14pm

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Tarn wrote:

I was very tempted to mention KotOR, Kyal. smile I only resisted due to its clumsy, old fashioned combat system - while fun, it didn't really mesh with the game.

KotOR with Jedi Knight style combat - now THAT would have been something!
Yes! That would of been great. Especially if they put objects in the environment that you could throw and whatnot. Jedi Outcast/Jedi Academy had an even clunkier combat system. Heck, those games were just plain on buggy.

Oh, and I vote Kyle Katarn as the coolest Jedi.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 5:39pm

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i loved mario kart, i wasted many a day to that game, its even better when you play battle mode with your mates.

sd.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 5:47pm

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Kyal wrote:

Yes! That would of been great. Especially if they put objects in the environment that you could throw and whatnot. Jedi Outcast/Jedi Academy had an even clunkier combat system. Heck, those games were just plain on buggy.
Jedi Outcast is the single best star wars combat system I have ever had the pleasure of playing through. The Multiplayer and general community were phenomenal!

-Hybrid
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 5:50pm

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Thats a pretty doo doo selection...


**Not really in any specific order

Mario Kart 64
Goldeneye 007
Soul Calibur (Dreamcast)
Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
SOCOM 2: US Navy Seals (Online Play)
Starwars KOTOR
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 6:11pm

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Hybrid-Halo wrote:

Kyal wrote:

Yes! That would of been great. Especially if they put objects in the environment that you could throw and whatnot. Jedi Outcast/Jedi Academy had an even clunkier combat system. Heck, those games were just plain on buggy.
Jedi Outcast is the single best star wars combat system I have ever had the pleasure of playing through. The Multiplayer and general community were phenomenal!

-Hybrid
Maybe the levels I'm thinking of are just from Jedi Academy. Both games were really fun. I liked how you could slice arms off haha.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 7:03pm

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@KotOR: I absolutely loved the combat system in this game in "live" mode. I'm not a fan of turn based but "lve" mode (or whatever it was called) was fantastic. Here are my top 10, I find it hard to pick one. If I had to pick one it'd be Smash Bros. Melee simply because of its replay value, the Smash community, and the engine's depth.

No order:
1. The Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time
2. Super Smash Bros. Melee
3. Banjo Kazooie
4. The Legend of Zelda Windwaker
5. Star Fox 64
6. Pokemon Blue
7. Goldeneye 007
8. Mario 64
9. Super Smash Bros.
10. Halo
Honorables: Lego Island PC, KOTOR (not done), Mario Tennis, Mario Golf, Mario Party, Halo, Roller Coaster Tycoon, Star Wars Battlefront (Mac), Mario Kart 64.

I enjoyed every single one of these games. Some would disagree with a lot, but you would have had to experience the games as I did. For you Halo may be a mediocre console fps, for me Halo has been hanging out with all my friends on weekends playing Halo on Xbox LAN, ordering take out, etc. Video games aren't just about the game to me, it's about the experience.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 7:41pm

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A few favorites of mine:

-Resident Evil 4
-Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty
-Quake 2
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 9:49pm

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Either Zelda: The Ocarina of Time or Secret of Monkey Island.

We could probaly also add Fallout 2.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 9:53pm

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The original Lemmings and Metal Slug

Oh yeah, and Monkey Island for me too!
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 9:57pm

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Deus Ex by far and away was one of the most mindblowing games I've ever played. Great plot that really involved you, and a huge level of playability. Also full of great little touches, like the books scattered throughout the game, the stories of which paralleled the events of the main character, and some great quasi-philosophical and political commentary at the same time too - which is a massive achievement for a game, imho.

I also had a huge amount of fun playing Grand Theft Auto: Vice City - again, great fun, hugely playable, and full of little jokes and tidbits to keep you amused for months.

But lots of my 'favourite' games are ones that are pretty old these days:

GoldenEye was the party game, when I was in my early teens. It still basically is the standard, in my eyes - all multiplayer games should be judged against GoldenEye. Oh, that and Micro Machines.

Sonic 2 was one of the very first video games I owned, and still holds a special place for me. I fell in love with Sonic and Miles "Tails" Prower at first sight, and spent countless hours of my childhood playing that game with my friends. Totally amazing, and one of the most perfect examples of a platformer. Also has one of the best video-game 'scores' from the time, really good tunes that I still remember to this day.

Mortal Kombat was another game of choice for me, really genre defining. It's a shame that beat em ups seem to have fallen out of fashion - I was always partial to a bit of MK.

Oh well, I could go on and reminisce about old games all day... I'll stop now before I start to feel old wink

Cheers,
Arktic.

EDIT - Monkey Island also gets a vote from me! Cracking series of games, I've loved all of them.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 10:06pm

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schwar wrote:

You've not even included the greatest game ever!

Secret of Monkey Island!
Man, I forgot about this great game - it had everything that lacks in current games:

Playability
Wit & Humour
Hilarious Plot

Awww - a trip down memory lane.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 10:18pm

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I'd have to go way back and say the original ZORK series. Good old text adventure. No graphics, just long paragraphs and infocoms humor. I also spent alot of sleepless nights trying to finsh planetfall and stationfall. I would have to also add, realms of impossibility, mailorder monsters, and temple of apshai. I know old games, but those are what I grew up with. I was out of school by the time MI came out, so I never got around to playing it.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 10:29pm

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Dramb wrote:

I'd have to go way back and say the original ZORK series.
GOOD CALL

while I loved the old Zorks, Return to Zork is one of my all time favorites.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 11:04pm

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Waser wrote:


while I loved the old Zorks, Return to Zork is one of my all time favorites.
Never played that one either. I did manage to play Zork: nemesis & Zork grand Inquisitor. Not as good as the originals.
Posted: Mon, 16th Jul 2007, 11:09pm

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I'm not a big Nintendo fan at all: I find Zelda games to be so mind-numbingly dull that I've never finished one... I have no idea why, I really want to like it. Mario was pretty fun for a while but it's all getting to repetitive for me.

So my best games I've ever played list would probably go something like:
1. Half-Life 2
2. GTA San Andreas
3. World of Warcraft
4. Guitar Hero 2
5. Starcraft

... which is a pretty classic choice. Halo doesn't even begin to qualify for my list though because as everyone has said: it was a great console shooter when it came out but it wasn't anything that we hadn't seen a million times before on PC.

However, the games that are about to come out from August to December (in the US) are probably going to replace a few titles from that list... I mean, you got Bioshock, Mass Effect, HL2 Orange Box, GTA IV, Assassin's Creed, Rock Band, Splinter Cell Conviction, and maybe Alan Wake, that all hold huge potential.
Posted: Tue, 17th Jul 2007, 12:33am

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Sollthar wrote:

The original Lemmings
Oh wow I love you Sollthar... Lemmings is fantastic. Was actually one of my first.

I'm really respecting some of these choices.
Posted: Tue, 17th Jul 2007, 1:00am

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Movie wrote:

Secret of Monkey Island? Never heard of it....
How old do I feel? I'm off to play my 78s...

Anyway I think the jury's in for the UK and its Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time

http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/technology/6261546.stm

My personal all time favourite is Ico on the PS2 closely followed by Primal (also PS2).

Two player you can't beat Chaos Engine or Dino Dini's Kick Off on the Amiga. A joystick controller with only one button!
Posted: Tue, 17th Jul 2007, 1:34am

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Super Mario 64 or Banjo-Kazooie FTW! Ocarina of time is awesome too, but I've never gotten a chance to completely play through it yet.
Posted: Tue, 17th Jul 2007, 7:23am

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HL 2 is a great game, one of my all time favorites.

But the best games of all is Guitar Hero II, soon to be Guitar Hero III. I've played it almost every day (Save a couple of weeks towards the end of school when I didn't have time for such things) since I bought the game in late April, and I gotta be honest, I'm still not sick of it.
Posted: Tue, 17th Jul 2007, 9:46am

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if you say Zork, I'd say Planetfall!! smile http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Planetfall

and Final Fantasy III (6) on the SNES

oil imperium on amiga.
Posted: Tue, 17th Jul 2007, 11:05am

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Nethack
Thief II the Metal Age
Deus Ex
Age Of Empires II
Rome: Total War
and the Fallout games

Now those are real games.
Posted: Tue, 17th Jul 2007, 11:09am

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My best ever are:

Zelda ocarina of time
resident evil 4
goldeneye (n64)
battlefield 1942
rogue squadron 2
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how could i forget fallout smile i am *VERY* excited about the new fallout 3 smile I even like fallout tactics
Posted: Tue, 17th Jul 2007, 1:40pm

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Stick on another laser disc, my vote goes with Chuckie Egg! What's wrong with PacMan? Asteroids? Defender?

Seriously, the real leaps in gameplay all came in the Eighties, after that you have so few real leaps, just rehashes of the same few ideas with pretty new skin/screen-dressing to absorb clock-cycles!

(right I'm off now to watch that new-fangled Live Aid thingy...)
Posted: Tue, 17th Jul 2007, 1:45pm

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Speaking of gaming, has anyone got a wii? are they worth buying?
Posted: Tue, 17th Jul 2007, 1:55pm

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It depends. Basically choose between this:

Mario Galaxy, Zelda, Super Smash Bros., Metroid, Guitar Hero 3

and this:

Stranglehold, Bioshock, Medal of Honor Airborne, Mass Effect, Halo 3, HL2 Orange Box, GTA IV, Call of Duty 4, Assassin's Creed, Brothers in Arms Hell's Highway, Splinter Cell Conviction, Rock Band, Unreal Tournament 3, Guitar Hero 3, Turning Point Fall of Liberty, Burnout Paradise, Alan Wake (maybe), Army of Two, Skate.

Which are the top-class games coming out for the 360 and for the Wii. It's a matter of taste, pretty much.
Posted: Tue, 17th Jul 2007, 2:15pm

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Earthbound for SNES. Only thing I really play besides Dance Dance.