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  1. PC
  2. Journey. Jenova Chen. 2011?
  3. A Perfect Distance. Rod Humble. ???
  4. The Night Journey. Bill Viola. 2011.
  5. Cargo!. Ice Pick Lodge. 2010.
  6. Sleep Is Death. Jason Rohrer. 2010.
  7. Sam & Max: The Devil's Playhouse. Telltale Games. 2010.
  8. Alabaster. Emily Short. 2009.
  9. The Path. Auriea Harvey, Michaël Samyn, Laura Raines Smith, Hans Zantman. 2009.
  10. Saira. Nifflas. 2009.
  11. The Void. Ice Pick Lodge. 2009.
  12. Immortality. Jason Rohrer. 2008.
  13. Legerdemain. Nathan Jerpe. 2008.
  14. Opera Omnia. increpare. 2008.
  15. BioShock. Ken Levine, Paul Hellquist. 2007.
  16. Kaipuu/Painajainen. Vertinen Games. 2007.
  17. Portal. Valve. 2007.
  18. Half Life 3: episode 2. Valve. 2007.
  19. Neverwinter Nights 2: Mask of the Betrayer. Kevin Saunders, George Ziets, Tony Evans, Jeff Husges, Eric Fenstermaker, Chris Avellone. 2007.
  20. Sam & Max: Beyond Time And Space. Telltale Games. 2007.
  21. S.T.A.L.K.E.R.: Shadow of Chernobyl. GSC Game World. 2007.
  22. Yume Nikki. Kikiyama. 2007.
  23. Neverwinter Nights 2. Ferret Baudoin, J.E. Sawyer, Chris Avellone. 2006.
  24. Sam & Max Save The World. Brendan Q. Ferguson, Dave Grossman, Steve Purcell. 2006.
  25. The Shivah. Wadjet Eye Games. 2006.
  26. Wurm Online. Rolf Jansson, Markus Persson. 2006.
  27. La Mulana. Takumi Naramura. 2005.
  28. Psychonauts. Tim Schafer. 2005.
  29. Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II: The Sith Lords. Chris Avellone. 2005.
  30. The Way. Crestfallen Studios. 2005.
  31. Beyond Good And Evil. Michel Ancel, Jean-Sébastien Morin. 2003.
  32. Syberia. Benoît Sokal. 2002.
  33. Anachronox. Tom Hall. 2001.
  34. Icewind Dale: Heart of Winter. Chris Avellone. 2001.
  35. Galatea. Emily Short. 2000.
  36. Icewind Dale. Chris Avellone. 2000.
  37. Messiah. David Perry. 2000.
  38. Thief II: Metal Age. Warren Spector. 2000.
  39. Sacrifice. Shiny Entertainment. 2000.
  40. Homeworld. Relic. 1999.
  41. King of Dragon Pass. David Dunham, Greg Stafford, and Robin D. Laws. 1999.
  42. The Longest Journey. Ragnar Tørnquist, Didrik Tollefsen. 1999.
  43. Outcast. Appeal. 1999.
  44. Planescape: Torment. Chris Avellone. 1999.
  45. MDK. Nick Bruty, Bob Stevenson, Tim Williams. 1998.
  46. Thief: Dark Project. Warren Spector. 1998.
  47. Sanitarium. DreamForge Entertainment. 1998.
  48. Vangers. K-D Lab. 1998.
  49. Riven. Robyn Miller, Richard Vander Wende. 1997.
  50. Fallout. Tim Cain, Leonard Boyarsky, Christopher Taylor. 1997.
  51. 9: The Last Resort. Tribeca Interactive. 1996.
  52. Duke Nukem 3D. George Broussard & Todd Replogle. 1996.
  53. Toonstruck. Richard Hare. 1996.
  54. Bad Day On The Midway. Jim Ludtke, The Residents. 1995.
  55. MacJesus ProGold. Robert Carr. 1995.
  56. Phantasmagoria. Roberta Williams. 1995.
  57. Space Quest 6: the Spinal Frontier. Josh Mandel and Scott Murphy. 1995.
  58. Beneath A Steel Sky. Charles Cecil, Daniel Marchant, Dave Cummins, Dave Gibbons, Tony Warriner. 1994.
  59. The Journeyman Project. David Flanagan. 1994.
  60. Romance of the Three Kingdoms III. Koei. 1993.
  61. Sam & Max Hit THe Road. Sean Clark, Michael Stemmle, Steve Purcell, Collette Michaud. 1993
  62. Space Quest V: The Next Mutation. Mark Crowe and David Selle. 1993.
  63. Loom. Brian Moriarty. 1992.
  64. King's Quest VI: Heir Today, Gone Tomorrow. Roberta Williams, Jane Jensen. 1992.
  65. Ultima VII: The Black Gate. Richard Garriott. 1992.
  66. Space Quest IV: Roger Wilco and the Time Rippers. Mark Crowe and Scott Murphy. 1991.
  67. The Secret Of Monkey Island. Ron Gilbert, Tim Schafer, Dave Grossman. 1990.
  68. Fantasy World Dizzy. The Oliver twins. 1989.
  69. Space Quest III: Pirates Of Pestulon. Mark Crowe and Scott Murphy. 1989.
  70. Lancelot. Level 9. 1988.
  71. Manhole. Rand and Robyn Miller. 1988.
  72. Dungeon Master. Wayne Holder, Doug Bell, Michael Newton, Dennis Walker and Andy Jaros. 1987.
  73. Knight Orc. Level 9. 1987.
  74. Space Quest II: Vohaul's Revenge. Mark Crowe and Scott Murphy. 1987.
  75. The Sentinel. Geoff Crammond. 1986.
  76. Space Quest: The Sarien Encounter. Mark Crowe and Scott Murphy. 1986.
  77. Ultima IV: Quest For The Avatar. Richard Garriott.
  78. Silicon Dreams Trilogy. Nick Austin, Mike Austin and Pete Austin (w/ Ian Buxton, Tim Noyce, and James Horsler). 1983-5.
  79. All Or Nothing. Paul Reynolds. 1984.
  80. Knight Lore. Tim and Chris Stamper. 1984.
  81. DS
  82. 999: Nine Hours, Nine Persons, Nine Doors. Kotaro Uchikoshi, Jiro Ishii. 2009.
  83. PS3
  84. Flower. Jenova Chen. 2009.
  85. 428: In a Blockaded Shibuya. Kōichi Nakamura. 2008.
  86. Metal Gear Solid 4: Guns Of The Patriots.. Hideo Kojima. 2008.
  87. GB/GBA
  88. Mother 3. Shigesato Itoi. 2006.
  89. Secret Of Mana/Final Fantasy Adventure. Koichi Ishii. 1991.
  90. PS2
  91. Shin Megami Tensei: Persona 4. Atlus. 2008.
  92. Okami. Hideki Kamiya. 2006.
  93. Siren 2. Keiichirō Toyama, Naoko Satō, Jun'ya Ōkura, Kōhei Nanri, Shin'ichi Takebayashi, Satoru Yamabe. 2006.
  94. Kingdom Hearts 2. Tetsuya Nomura, Kazushige Nojima. 2006.
  95. killer7. Suda51. 2005.
  96. Shadow Of The Colossus. Fumito Ueda, Kenji Kaido. 2005.
  97. Michigan: Report From Hell. Akira Ueda. 2005.
  98. Drakengard. Cavia. 2004.
  99. Katamari Damacy. Keita Takahashi. 2004.
  100. Shin Megami Tensei III: Nocturne. Atlus. 2003.
  101. Ico. Fumito Ueda, Kenji Kaido. 2001.
  102. Flower, Sun, And Rain. Suda51. 2001.
  103. Shadows Of Destiny. Konami. 2001.
  104. Sega Saturn
  105. Panzer Dragoon Saga. Yukio Futatsugi. 1998.
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  107. Vagrant Story. Yasumi Matsuno, Akihiko Yoshida, Hiroshi Minagawa. 2000.
  108. Machi. ChunSoft. 1999.
  109. Persona 2. Atlus. 1999.
  110. The Silver Case. Suda51. 1999.
  111. Valkyrie Profile. Yoshinori Yamagishi, Yoshiharu Gotanda, Masaki Norimoto. 1999.
  112. Heart Of Darkness. Interplay. 1998.
  113. Final Fantasy Tactics. Yasumi Matsuno, Hiroyuki Itō. 1998.
  114. Oddworld: Abe's Exoddus. Lorne Lanning, Frank Simon. 1998.
  115. Silhouette Mirage. Koichi Kimura, Masaki Ukyo. 1998.
  116. Tactics Ogre: Let Us Cling Together. Yasumi Matsuno. 1998.
  117. Wild 9. David Perry. 1998.
  118. Xenogears. Tetsuya Takahashi. 1998.
  119. Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee. Lorne Lanning, Frank Ryan. 1997.
  120. Ogre Battle: March Of The Black Queen. Yasumi Matsuno. 1997.
  121. Bushido Blade. Tetsuo Mizuno 1997.
  122. Deception. Tecmo. 1996.
  123. Revelations: Persona. Atlus. 1996.
  124. Snatcher. Hideo Kojima. 1996.
  125. Vandal Hearts. Nobuya Nakazato. 1996.
  126. Tail Of The Sun. ArtDink. 1996.
  127. Aquanaut's Holiday. ArtDink. 1995.
  128. Night Of The Sickle Weasels. Kazuya Asano, Kōichi Nakamura. 1994.
  129. SNES
  130. Radical Dreamers- The Unstealable Jewel. Yasuyuki Honne, Masato Kato, Yasunori Mitsuda. 1996.
  131. Lufia 2: Rise of the Sinistrals. Yasunori Shiono. 1995.
  132. Live A Live. Takashi Tokita, Nobuyuki Inoue. 1995.
  133. Secret Of Mana 3. Koichi Ishii, Hiromichi Tanaka. 1995.
  134. Robotrek. Masaya Hashimoto, Ayako Yoda. 1994.
  135. Shin Megami Tensei II. Atlus. 1994.
  136. Lufia & The Fortress of Doom. Yasunori Shiono. 1993.
  137. Paladin's Quest. Hidenori Shibao. 1993.
  138. Secret Of Mana 2. Kōichi Ishii, Hiromichi Tanaka, Nasir Gebelli. 1993.
  139. Shin Megami Tensei. Atlus. 1992.
  140. Romancing Saga. Akitoshi Kawazu, Tetsuya Takahashi, Tomomi Kobayashi . 1992.
  141. Sega Genesis
  142. Shadowrun. Tony Van, John Fulbright, Heinrich Michaels, Scott Berfield, Jim Long. 1994.
  143. NES
  144. Crystalis. SNK. 1990.
  145. Sweet Home. Capcom. 1989.
  146. Zelda II: Adventure Of Link. Shigeru Miyamoto. 1987.
  147. Sega Master System
  148. Phantasy Star. Rieko Kodama, Yuji Naka. 1987.
  149. Atari 2600
  150. Pitfall II: Lost Caverns. David Crane. 1984.
  151. Dragonstomper. Starpath. 1982.
  152. Adventure. Warren Robinett. 1979.
  153. Arcade
  154. I, Robot. Dave Theurer. 1983.
  155. Tempest. Dave Theurer. 1980.
Author Comments: 

Included both games that I haven't played and games I have started and haven't finished.

Anyone got suggestions or something?

The Grand Theft Auto games are classic, esp. 3 & Vice City. San Andreas is a bit excessive and loses the arcadey charm of the previous two, but there is so much to do in that game if you have the time, plus the story missions are so dramatic and compelling. I think Silent Hill 3 is excellent, despite having a pretty terrible story. It's all about the atmosphere, prolly the best art design in any of their games. Prince of Persia sands of time is loads of fun. Painkiller & Call of Duty 4 MW are two of the best FPS I've played, if you're into that sort of thing.

I've played the GTA games but I never thought of any of them as anything more than just cute little comedy games/mass murder simulators.
I've also played all the Silent Hill games (except for the fake ones lately) and 3 had some good development in it although I'd still say 1 and 2 are the best ones by far. I think that 4, though, probably had the best art design out of all of them.
I'm actually more interested in playing the old SNES Prince of Persia than the new one. Heh.
I want to play one and only one scene in some Call of Duty game or another-- just the one where you end up slowly dying of radiation poisoning; otherwise it just seems like a general KILL EVERYTHING YOU SEE IN THE MIDDLE EAST game.
Have you played System Shock 2? I'd probably rank that as best first-person-shooter myself.

No I haven't played SS2, but I find playing those old video games extremely dull. Might be that I am not well acquainted with the art form or that the technology was so primitive that it really detracts from the experience.

System Shock 2's technology is no more primitive than the first 3D Grand Theft Auto. There's also been a lot of mods to give it graphical upgrades too.

Are you kidding? GTA3 ||| SS2

No?

The graphics hardly limit System Shock 2 at all. You should actually try playing it before saying that it's old kills it. There is a relatively small 2-year difference between those games. To say one is that much more advanced than the other is like saying that, today, Bioshock is unplayable because it was made in 2007. Also the System Shock 2 trailer is awful.

Don't ever answer with a question.

I should play it before I rail on it, but System Shock 2 does look quite crude from what I see, even compared to something like Half-Life. Personally I think technique and production values is important in just about any art, but especially video games for some reason.

Especially for the time the graphics were pretty good-- and as I said, there have been mods to improve the graphics from the original release and fix bugs; the overall art design, graphics not considered, is quite good too; it's quite an eerie game. The way the backstory for everything is told is interesting and there's plenty of exciting shit happening at any given time. The technique and production value for that game were quite good-- it only looks "crude" by comparison to the prettier games on today's market. It's basically a more complex RPG version of Bioshock in space. The trailer isn't very good looking but I still don't really get how you think it's crude looking. Technologically it looks the same as the first Half Life game to me.

I doubt that it's graphically on par with the first Half-Life, considering how exceptional that game is. But you are making me want to play it, i may just give it a shot.