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#51 Edited by Christoffer (1758 posts) -

@RollingZeppelin said:

@gladspooky said:

@RollingZeppelin said:

Personally, I prefer to Swedish my games.

You MOTHERFUCKER.

I was going to make that joke.

Muah ha ha it was all part of my dastardly plan!

Not to rain on the parade but isn't it spelled "Finnish" if you want to refer the country? Totally different.

Anywho. I'd say Psychonauts. Humor, art, gameplay, story all wraped in a perfect little package.

#52 Posted by abomunist (116 posts) -

I'd throw Civ IV or V in the mix. Longer form strategy PC-ish games.

#53 Posted by abomunist (116 posts) -

It all really depends on genre. How many genres are important in video gaming? FPS, platformer, strategy, RPG (western and others), racing, avant garde (or anything that doesn't really have a name yet), adventure, etc...

You'd need one seminal example from each genre if you're basing your list on what people should play as well-rounded gamers.

If you're just looking for a list of RADICAL GAMES, whoever wrote the list will determine the contents based on personal preference.

#54 Posted by VisariLoyalist (2990 posts) -

super smash brothers, provided you are a kid with 3 other kids, best thing ever Q_Q

#55 Posted by dungbootle (2457 posts) -

Portal 1, The Walking Dead

Both of which I would say non-gamers should play as well

#56 Posted by WinterSnowblind (7613 posts) -

The Secret of Monkey Island.

#57 Posted by crcruz3 (250 posts) -

I don't know about finishing, but playing at least once:

Double Dragon
Bionic Commando
Street Fighter
F-Zero

Dune II

Flashback: The Quest For Identity
Doom

Gauntlet

Hitman, Codename 47

Counter-Strike

Disciples II

Fallout (any Fallout!)
Mass Effect 2
MGS 3
Super Mario 3
Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past
#58 Posted by PridedWalnut (10 posts) -

Mass Effect series... so you too can understand betrayal by video game

#59 Posted by Willin (1279 posts) -

Tetris