The Legend of Zelda: The Wind Waker is a sensory delight; the music is cheery and memorable and the cel-shaded art beautifully depicts a Hyrule centuries after Ocarina of Time.
Finding Easter Eggs and references back to the Hero of Time’s world feels like a treat, but Wind Waker is never overshadowed by its predecessor.
It can cut you deep enough to hug a coworker in a strange, surreal sense of grief before you dissect your uniquely unforgettable experiences.
Don’t let its cheerful aesthetic fool you - Advance Wars is one of the greatest turn-based tactics games ever created.
It creates such a powerful rush of pure bliss - the music blaring, the enemy troops exploding…
It lost the James Bond license, but it added even more weapons, modes, and some of the most robust multiplayer options around – even by today’s standards.Everyone loves a good James Bond story, but without the license, Rare was free to do some amazingly goofy stuff.Perfect Dark introduced us to a big-headed alien named Elvis. From Assassin’s Creed to Zelda, there’s no feeling quite like getting a brand-new game, hitting Start, and immersing yourself in another world’s mysteries and challenges. Which games were so far ahead of their time, so much pure fun, that they stand apart?Since we love games - and hate ourselves - we decided to answer this question once and for all.