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I'd probably say CoD4. Possibly WoW.
I can't think of any other games that so many developers were openly trying to compete with for so long. It was insane. If we're talking single games and not franchises as a whole, I might have to give it WoW the slight edge simply because I feel like it's still considered the baseline for MMOs. Not Ultima. Not Everquest. It's World of muthafuckin Worldcraft that, despite hemorrhaging subs these past few years, still stands in the forefront of most MMO players' minds.
For a variety of reasons, I'm hesitant to say it changed gaming as a whole, but I think without question it absolutely changed the MMO genre and PC gaming to a certain extent.
I think the Edition Select in USF4 was pretty surprising. That came out of nowhere. These days you here rumors about everything before it's officially announced, but I guess Capcom kept that shit super quiet. Never really been big into Street Fighter, but it could provide a lot of fun, dumb, crazy moments in the months and years to come I imagine.
Nope. I can't think of anything, especially when it comes to video games, that ever truly offended me. I don't know if I'm just desensitized or if I made some subconscious choice not get offended or what, but I can't even think of anything that could offend me.
@mendelson9: I enjoyed Clone Wars. It's clearly made for kids so it's so don't expect much depth, but I feel like if you like Star Wars, chances are you can sit down and have a good time. If you don't really give a crap about Star Wars though, I can't imagine this changing anything. It's good, but it ain't that good.
Also this isn't saying much, but it outclasses the prequels in just about every area. If you've ever watched the RedLetterMedia prequel reviews (which you should absolutely go watch right now if you haven't already), the cartoon manages to avoid pretty much all the important flaws he points out. The most important of which is, in my opinion, in the cartoon Anakin is actually likable and not some whiny annoying asshole like he is in the prequels.
I'm a bit confused. "Fan" art or not, isn't is stealing (or whatever word you wanna use) if she uses any artwork that isn't hers for commercial purposes without giving credit? Has she given credit for the Valentine, Lara Croft, or that-weird-angel-chick either? Seems like more artists (or companies) should be getting upset. Or maybe not and it's totally legal or something? Man, I don't fucking know what's going on. I just fucking woke up