What can change the nature of a man? This game.
Template for the modern Action RPG.
Revolutionary and singular multiplayer only game. Expansive in a time of corridor crawlers, maximalist in a time of minimalism.
The final word in space RTS, and the best story ever told using the RTS format.
Ambitious, flawed. But at its best, transcendent.
I'm not getting paid enough to die! ...I lived on NetMech for months.
Killer gunplay, good scripting, well realized world.
Epic and involving.
The height of Everquest. All I did during high school was play Everquest.
Totally new and original.
"The World's First Massively Multiplayer Online Game."
Hours and hours of my childhood.
The game has a superb story, well-told. But if you play through it more than once you'll appreciate the depth of the combat systems.
Purchased a PS2 for this. Dodging the lightning bolts is probably the craziest thing I have done in a video game for a piece of loot ...outside of an MMO.
2142 smoothed over some of the rougher parts of Battlefield 2 and featured one of the more realistic sci-fi environments in recent memory. An underrated entry in the series.
Totally magical return to my childhood playing with erector sets, k'nex, and legos. Brilliant.
I became obsessed with this game for a period of time. 200.6%
I bought a Wii just for this!
I had an N64 and never owned this game. I had to borrow it from a friend. How messed up is that?
Needs no introduction. Gripping, high velocity storyline, excellent gunplay, fantastic multiplayer and even a few good characters.
Immersive, threatening, brutal.
Colorful, fun, with tons of personality. Sequel is just as good, if not better.
Really obsessed over these little guys. Playing this game is kind of like floating around in a cloud of fluffy cuteness.
I never got the chance to play the original Fallout games, and don't really have the time to go back. If they were as immersive and well crafted as this entry then I see why they have the praise they do.
I haven't seen an RTS do indirect fire right since TA. Crazy mess of land, sea, air units.
I didn't actually play this game, but I watched a couple guys play it. Seriously awesome story that doesn't shy away from interpersonal drama, something video games usually can't do.
Lots of video games before and after have had time travel, but none of them did it like Braid.
Most people hated this, but I actually got really into it. I wound up finding every diamond and doing practically every quest.
I actually got one of the rarest weapons in this game, a Pearlescent. Dessicated by the task, I killed a few random monsters with it and stopped playing. But it was a great time.
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