Top 10 Tastiest Foods & Drinks in Gaming

So much of our American culture is focused on food. Many people will tell you that’s an issue, but I say quit whining and sit down at the table with us. From power lunches to midnight snacks, birthday cakes to Christmas cookies, quick breakfasts on-the-go to slow-cooked meals, if it’s a special occasion or a not-so-special occasion, food can (and probably is) involved.

And don’t forget the drinks! Sodas, juices, cocktails—we live in a society where not only do we have several kinds of bottled water, people have their favorite water brands.

Food and drink are everywhere in our society, so one night while ordering my dinner on Eat24 (shameless, uncompensated plug because they rock that hard), I thought about what foods and drinks are in gaming. This list only took all of 20 minutes to build, because food items are everywhere in gaming just like in American culture.

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So much of our American culture is focused on food. Many people will tell you that’s an issue, but I say quit whining and sit down at the table with us. From power lunches to midnight snacks, birthday cakes to Christmas cookies, quick breakfasts on-the-go to slow-cooked meals, if it’s a special occasion or a not-so-special occasion, food can (and probably is) involved.

And don’t forget the drinks! Sodas, juices, cocktails—we live in a society where not only do we have several kinds of bottled water, people have their favorite water brands.

Food and drink are everywhere in our society, so one night while ordering my dinner on Eat24 (shameless, uncompensated plug because they rock that hard), I thought about what foods and drinks are in gaming. This list only took all of 20 minutes to build, because food items are everywhere in gaming just like in American culture.

And now, fresh from the oven, here are our top ten tastiest treats in the gamersphere. Don’t see your favorite on the menu? Let us know in the comments.

10. Aperture Science Cake (Portal)

Sure, finding out you’re trapped in a test chamber because you’re an orphan and basically a horrible excuse for a human being (it says so clearly in your test records) is a bit of a downer, but you know what makes it all better?

Cake. Cake makes everything better. I mean, I’m pretty sure it’s at the end of this next chamber. Or maybe the next one. I don’t remember. It’s definitely not a lie. Just keep testing.

9. OverCharge Delirium xt (Sunset Overdrive)

Between two jobs and a healthy social life (sleeping), I often turn to energy drinks for a little extra pep in my step. I know they’re not the healthiest things, but they help in a pinch. But Rockstar, Monster, or even Red Bull can compare to OverCharge Delirium XT.

There are a few side effects to drinking OverCharge, like heart palpitations, crashes later, or turning into a grotesque mutant, but the upside? Refreshing citrus taste, that’s what!

8. Chef Peter Pepper’s Burgers (Burgertime)

Hamburgers are one of my all-time favorite foods, so how awesome is it that there’s a game that’s all about making burgers?

Granted, Chef Peter Pepper’s methods for burger creation are a bit… unorthodox… but just think of these culinary treats as haute cuisine. Also, Burgertime is proof positive that pickles are not just gross but downright evil.

7. Pretty Much Everything (Pac-Man)

Seriously, everything is food to this guy that looks like an incomplete pizza. The dots, the apples, the oranges, the Galaga… things… the key – he eats the damn key!

The power pellets, though… We’re pretty sure that’s food, but they do directly lead to the consumption of the ghosts, so it’s either food or trippy-as-balls psychedelic drugs.

6. Blob’s Jellybeans (A Boy and His Blob)

In several tasty and delicious flavors such as Cola Bubble, Tangerine Trampoline, Apple Jack, and Strawberry Bridge, not only are Blob’s jellybeans a fun treat, but they’re so useful too!

Well, except for Ketchup Catchup. Pretty sure those just sat in the bag.

5. Mario’s Mushrooms (Super Mario Bros.)

Of course, Mario’s Mushrooms belong on this list. Not only is it synonymous with Super Mario, it’s a gaming icon. Everyone knows that a green mushroom gives an extra life to Mario, and the red one makes him Super – if you haven’t found one within five seconds of starting Level 1-1, you’re Marioing all wrong.

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4. Lon Lon Milk (The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time)

There’s nothing more refreshing than milk from the legendary Lon Lon Ranch of Hyrule. Not only will the tasty beverage refill all of Link’s hearts, but the satisfied wipe of the mouth after drinking screams refreshment.

I wonder if Hyrulians know what Oreo cookies are…

3. Yoshi’s Fruits (Super Mario World)

Mario loves his mushrooms, but his buddy Yoshi loves his… well, anything he can fit in his mouth. His favorites, though, are the fruits found all over Yoshi’s Island in the original Super Mario World. In later games Yoshi would find melons, grapes, and all sorts of fruity goodies, but in the original they looked like apples of some sort. They may have been berries, however, but one thing is for sure: they must have tasted great.

How great? When Yoshi got five of them, he’d poop out an egg that had either a power-up or a 1-up inside of it. That’s right, Yoshi has such a severe foodgasm he birthed a power up. Now that’s some tasty fruit.

2. Cup of Lifenoodles (Earthbound)

Food is a big deal in Earthbound. From cookies and sandwiches to actually telling the game what Ness’s favorite food is (tacos, if you were wondering), there is a plethora of food for Ness, Paula, Jeff, and even Poo. (Tee hee.) But who would have thought the most powerful would be the most affordable for the starving college student?

There’s no Phoenix Down in the city of Onett, Twoson, or any of the other crazy cities you travel to. But there is Cups of Lifenoodles! Brings the dead back to life, and does it on the cheap. I happen to like the beef flavored Lifenoodles, but chicken and shrimp are probably popular too, and last forever!

1. Full Roasted Turkey Platter (Castlevania)

Instant Thanksgiving! What makes the turkey platters found in the Castlevania series so damn tasty?

Well, they always say the best food comes from those hole-in-the-wall places.

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Article by: Ryan Bates

From the GameRevolution website

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JoyStik Entertainment’s Game of the Year WINNERS!

First of all let’s give a round of applause to the gaming industry in 2016 as there has been multiple innovations to gaming in general. This is the year in which we have seen VR emerge in the industry, 4K picture in gaming on the next part of next gen gaming consoles, and a slew of games capable of topping the all-time greatest chart. But as always when the year comes to an end the ultimate question is what is game of the year? This is a tradition the JoyStik Entertainment will continue to follow as long as there are video games.

First of all let’s give a round of applause to the gaming industry in 2016 as there has been multiple innovations to gaming in general. This is the year in which we have seen VR emerge in the industry, 4K picture in gaming on the next part of next gen gaming consoles, and a slew of games capable of topping the all-time greatest chart. But as always when the year comes to an end the ultimate question is what is game of the year? This is a tradition the JoyStik Entertainment will continue to follow as long as there are video games.

JoyStik Entertainment’s GAME OF THE YEAR winner!

  • Uncharted 4
  • Overwatch
  • Final Fantasy XV – WINNER!

  • Dishonored 2

This was the toughest decision of all the catergories, as following close behind was Uncharted 4 and Overwatch, which are both in other categories as well. In all honesty, Uncharted 4 holds the number 2 spot on this list, from the rich storytelling and perfect gameplay, but because of that reason, Final Fantasy XV wins. FFXV also has a wonderful touching story and very deep gameplay, but what seperates it from the rest is the depth of gameplay in the RPG leveling, open world map with side quest, and a game AFTER the game! Well done….Final Fantasy XV takes this reward and runs with it.

Exclusive Game of the Year nominees.

  • Uncharted 4 (PS4) – WINNER!

  • Forza Horizon 3 (Xbox One)
  • Pokken Tournament (Wii U)
  • The Last Guardian (PS4)

Uncharted 4, like its previous games, captured the audience with beautiful voice actors, thrilling gameplay and story/cutscenes, and a gorgeous atmosphere. But Uncharted 4 went above and beyond the other 3 main games in the series. It used pieces of Naughty Dog’s other blockbuster game “The Last of Us” and integrated it into the world of Uncharted. Uncharted not only told a story that you played in, but also captured the story of the past, of the pirates that owned the treasure that Nathan and Sam Drake are searching for. It was truly a pleasure to play and will go down as one of the best video games ever. 

 

First Person Shooter Game of the Year nominees.

  • Titanfall 2
  • Overwatch
  • Battlefield 1
  • Doom – WINNER!

Doom, unlike the others on this list, gave an incredible story and hardcore gameplay that you crave when looking down the barrels of a variety of crazy guns. Doom felt like a brand new game, while also capturing the nostalgia of the past games, which is why I love that they called it “Doom” and not “Doom 4” or something else, because for once, a sequel really did feel like it’s own game! If you haven’t given this game a try, do it…it really is First Person Shooter of the Year.

Multiplayer Game of the Year nominees.

  • The Division
  • Overwatch – WINNER!

  • Dying Light: The Following DLC
  • Pokken Tournament

What is there NOT to like about Overwatch? It is a game that was easily nominated for Game of the Year, Shooter of the Year, and obviously the WINNER of Multiplayer of the Year. This game is the definition of multiplayer, where if you don’t play as a team, you lose. It is as simple as that. An objective based multiplayer first person shooter, with a mix of characters adds up to a wonderful game to play for hours and hours with many different people. This will be a great game for years to come.

Best Indie Game of the Year nominees.

Firewatch

  • Inside
  • We Happy Few
  • Darkest Dungeon
  • Stardew Valley – WINNER!

The Indie Game of the Year was a toughy, as Indie Devs are providing GREAT games all year long, which is much appreciated! Stardew Valley stuck out from the rest though. After playing hours and hours and hours of this game, I felt like I had hardly put a dent in the game. It is a mix of classic Zelda games with its combat….Animal Crossing with it’s friendship building and income building…Harvest Moon, for the obvious reason, with it’s farming…and a hint of Don’t Starve with it’s survival aspect through the day and night cycle. I can’t wait to continue playing this game for years to come during down time in between game releases.

RPG Game of the Year nominees.

  • Dark Souls 3
  • Final Fantasy 15 – WINNER!

  • Pokemon Sun and Moon
  • The Witcher 3: Blood and Wine DLC

Also the Game of the Year WINNER, Final Fantasy XV was without a doubt the RPG of the year as well. The leveling up system in place for this game was simple but complex, and you truly feel STRONGER as the game goes on. An RPG is even better when the story digs it’s hooks into you as well, which FFXV does times 10! Thank you again for a great experience.

 

Mobile Game of the Year nominees.

  • Super Mario Run
  • Pokemon GO – WINNER!

  • Severed
  • Hearthstone:  Whispers of the Old Gods DLC

Mobile games continue to compete with console and PC gaming, although most would say it isn’t for the hardcore gamer. That is, until Pokemon GO emerge, and my God did it…with MILLIONS of active daily users, this game brought out gamers who NEVER game, and brought them together in a community. MMO? Hell yeah it was….

Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #20 to #11

Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #20 to #11

At first glance, a Top 100 list seems like way too much, but in reality, it is very difficult to break down ONLY 100 games. We took on the challenge and finally finished after much help from the supporters at JoyStik Entertainment from all over the world. Please remember, this is OUR list and you will probably have some harsh words! Please do leave them below :). ENJOY!

Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #20 to #11

At first glance, a Top 100 list seems like way too much, but in reality, it is very difficult to break down ONLY 100 games. We took on the challenge and finally finished after much help from the supporters at JoyStik Entertainment from all over the world. Please remember, this is OUR list and you will probably have some harsh words! Please do leave them below :). ENJOY!

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20) Final Fantasy III – Super Nintendo

“To no surprise, Final Fantasy III deserves a high spot on the list. One of the best RPG stories of all time came from this game, as you do get to play a story from multiple characters views. This turn based combat style may have lost its flair today, but in its time it was one of the best.”

19) Pokemon Gold – GameBoy Color

“Pokemon obviously took over the world of handheld video games as soon as it came out with Red and Blue. Later the Yellow version came out which was a big disappointment compared to Red and Blue, but when the release of Pokemon Gold came and revealed new Pokemon (after the Pokemon movie which feature new Pokemon), people fell in love all over again. Pokemon still brings older gamers to their knees with nostalgia.”

18) The Witcher 3 – PS4/ Xbox One/ PC

“Geralt of Rivia is one of the most loved characters on consoles today. Everything great they did on The Witcher 2, the multiplied it by 10 on The Witcher 3. In the first week, I believe I put in 45 hours of gameplay and hardly put a dent in the story. Not to mention, some of the best DLC I have ever seen. Wonderful game.”

17) Super Mario Galaxy – Wii

“Without a doubt, one of Mario’s most fun adventures came from Super Mario Galaxy. This game was THE reason to own a Wii. The physics in this game were so on point, but with the added value of fun from Mario level design enabled this game to be a blast from start to finish without ever burning out.”

16) Resident Evil 1 – PlayStation 1

“I would like to mention, I still jump every single time those dogs jump through the windows. If you don’t know what I am talking about, you haven’t played this classic. Resident Evil 1 was one of the greatest games of all time with its horror, survival, and puzzle design gameplay. We had never seen anything similar to it before, and with 2 different remakes of this game, players still enjoy the tale of the mansion!”

15) Mario Kart 8 – Wii U

“Mario Kart 8 may look like the same old Mario Kart game on the surface, but it’s not. Mario Kart 8 introduced a wonderful online served (much improved from the Wii) and DLC that made the game fun to go back to. So if you think this is the same old game, go revisit it with this in mind!”

14) Castlevania: Symphony of the Night – PlayStation 1

“Castlevania has pleased gamers since the classic NES console, but the greatest in the series has to be Symphony of the Night. Searching through Dracula’s castle felt more real than any high resolution graphics game today. You feel like a serious badass at the beginning, to just be stripped of all powers and gain them again through the game. Who did it better….Super Metroid and Castlevania? Sounds like a Lebron James and Kobe Bryant debate all over again.”

13) Super Smash Bros – Nintendo 64

“Do you all remember that corny commercial for Super Smash Bros on N64? Such a classic. Of course the game has evolved today, and has much more characters, but the original game will never be topped. The feeling of playing the FIRST game in the series is unlike any other in the series, because nobody knew what that were getting themselves into. The best fighting game still today goes to Super Smash Bros.”

12) Kingdom Hearts 1 – PlayStation 2

“Kingdom Hearts is no stranger to giving people the feels. A mixture of Final Fantasy and Disney is a recipe for all nostalgia and RPG lovers. There was no way this could fail right? What a series….please give us KH3 now?”

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11) Uncharted 4 – PlayStation 4

“Uncharted 4 was arguably the Game of the Year in 2016, and certainly the best in the Uncharted series. As Nathan Drake’s adventures come to an end, he definitely went out with a bang, as the gripping story and gameplay was nearly flawless for Uncharted 4. Will we see Nate again? Who knows….”

 

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Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #10 to #1

 

Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #10 to #1

At first glance, a Top 100 list seems like way too much, but in reality, it is very difficult to break down ONLY 100 games. We took on the challenge and finally finished after much help from the supporters at JoyStik Entertainment from all over the world. Please remember, this is OUR list and you will probably have some harsh words! Please do leave them below :). ENJOY!

Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #10 to #1

At first glance, a Top 100 list seems like way too much, but in reality, it is very difficult to break down ONLY 100 games. We took on the challenge and finally finished after much help from the supporters at JoyStik Entertainment from all over the world. Please remember, this is OUR list and you will probably have some harsh words! Please do leave them below :). ENJOY!

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10) Grand Theft Auto Vice City – PlayStation 2

“Grand Theft Auto Vice City was one of those games you simply refused to complete the story, because you were having too much fun strolling around the map and finding all the secrets. I remember at one point when I was introduced to the game, I wasn’t even sure if there was a story and that is truly special because the story actually is amazing too! I could ramble for days about this wonderful masterpiece”

9) Metal Gear Solid 2 – PlayStation 2

“Metal Gear Solid 2 is surprising the best in the series, and only features a hand full of Solid Snake. You play as a new recruit, Raiden. If you think Solid Snake’s story is intriguing, wait until you see Raiden’s past unfolding as you play through a story in which he attempts to save the President of the United States, and learns about his past.”

8) Final Fantasy VII – PlayStation 1

“Final Fantasy VII is regarded by most, as the best in the series for many. I personally am on the same boat. The combat was complex enough to never get stale, but simple enough to learn and master. The story was one of the best in video game history, and at the time, the graphics blew people away. To not experience this game is a sin in my book!”

7) Red Dead Redemption – PS3/ Xbox360

“Hands down the best cowboy experience there has ever been. The goes for movies, tv shows, anything. Red Dead Redemption is THE video game to play if you like westerns. Rockstar took everything great about Grand Theft Auto and turned it into a western cowboy experience. If you enjoyed the TV show Westworld because you believed it would be awesome to experience that theme park, you can nearly get that experience in Red Dead Redemption. It is exciting to think this series is continuing.”

6) Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic – Original Xbox

“Star Wars KOTOR was one of the first difficult RPG video games I completely fully. The story was so gripping that I had to press on, and that ending was incredible (no spoilers here). The gameplay for this RPG was unlike any I have played before, and was such a special experience as a Star Wars fan and a video game fan.”

5) Halo 3 – Xbox360

“All the trash talk you learned while playing Halo 2 local multiplayer (because who really played it online), was now available to the masses with Xbox Live on Xbox360. Sure, the story was good, but who plays Halo for the story really. The multiplayer was flawless, and no matter how many hours you played competing against random people, you could continue enjoying it. A game for the ages, that is for sure.”

4) Super Mario World – Super Nintendo

“Does this game ever get old? The answer is no. It does not…ever….get old. You could play this game 100 times and beat it, start over, and beat it again and it is still enjoyable. One of the best level designs in gaming came from Super Mario World. As a launch title game, that is completely unheard of to be nearly the best game on the console. Welcome to the game Yoshi, the only way out is…if Mario doesn’t catch you before you run off the edge.”

3) Chrono Trigger – Super Nintendo

“Chrono Trigger, unlike most RPGs of it’s time used turn based action combat, while adding some motion to the battle field but still not REALLY hands on combat. Some make the argument that Chrono Trigger is the great game ever made, most like due to the characters, story, graphics for its time, combat system, and its replay value still today.”

2) The Last of Us – PlayStation 3

“When somebody tells me they haven’t played The Last of Us, I seriously cringe. If you are a gamer, and have no experienced what Naughty Dog made here, it really is a shame. Some of the best gameplay and leveling system ever witnessed in gaming, along with a story they will bring a grown man to tears, The Last of Us is arguably the greatest video game ever made.”

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1) The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time – Nintendo 64

“Last but not least, Ocarina of Time. Just wow. This game blew people away and still topples video games today. On such a weak console, Zelda OOT was able to bring a massive open world while delivering some of the best level/dungeon designs ever seen in gaming. It is hard to say that the story is something incredible, but it is enough to make you by attention to what is going on. Above the story though there is a world so such with feeling, that you feel every emotion they want you to feel. The accomplishment of finding a secret piece of a heart, or building the Giant Sword, or winning the bigger money bag in a mini game, makes you want to explore. Many open world games today feel more like work when doing side quest, but with Zelda OOT it is pure joy. I am not sure if there will ever be another Zelda game this good, or a video game that can make you feel so proud to be a gamer, but thank you for the countless hours and many times revisited to this game Nintendo. Hats off to our #1 VIDEO GAME OF ALL TIME. THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: OCARINA OF TIME!”

 

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Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #100 to #91

At first glance, a Top 100 list seems like way too much, but in reality, it is very difficult to break down ONLY 100 games. We took on the challenge and finally finished after much help from the supporters at JoyStik Entertainment from all over the world. Please remember, this is OUR list and you will probably have some harsh words! Please do leave them below :). ENJOY!

Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #100 to #91

At first glance, a Top 100 list seems like way too much, but in reality, it is very difficult to break down ONLY 100 games. We took on the challenge and finally finished after much help from the supporters at JoyStik Entertainment from all over the world. Please remember, this is OUR list and you will probably have some harsh words! Please do leave them below :). ENJOY!

100) Angry Birds – Mobile

“Real time fun meets real time physics!”

99) Wario Ware – Gamecube

“Being forced into a speedrun has never been more fun.”

98) Twisted Metal – Playstation

“The first time you REALLY felt hardcore being the wheel…and scared as hell.”

97) Star Wars Republic Commando – Original Xbox

“This game could be A Star Wars Story movie today. Great FPS about brothers in arms.”

96) Donkey Kong Country

“An impressive Co-op platformer, in which the recipe to the game is still used today.”

95) The Legend of Zelda: Links Awakening – GameBoy

“Took the great world of Zelda: Link to the Past and recreated a new story on handheld!”

94) Star Wars: The Force Unleashed – PlayStation 3

“Using The Force felt so real, and you were able to do so from the Dark Side shall you please.”

93) Dr. Mario – NES

“Everything great about Tetris, put a tough spin on it, and add Mario who has upgraded from a plumber to a doctor…and BOOM! #93 on the list.”

92) MLB The Show series – From PlayStation 2 to PlayStation 4

“The most realistic baseball game, and highest rated baseball game, for many many years.”

91) Galaga

“The original Galaga has stolen the hearts of all gamers. The game today still sheds light on many puzzle shooters today (Resogun, Geometry Wars, Super Stardust, ect.).”

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Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #30 to #21

Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #30 to #21

At first glance, a Top 100 list seems like way too much, but in reality, it is very difficult to break down ONLY 100 games. We took on the challenge and finally finished after much help from the supporters at JoyStik Entertainment from all over the world. Please remember, this is OUR list and you will probably have some harsh words! Please do leave them below :). ENJOY!

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30) Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim – PS3/Xbox 360

“Skyrim, released on, 11/11/11, made a huge impact on all gamers around the world with its hit trailer tease and dramatic new theme. It was in those very moments we knew we were getting a great new story.”

29) World of Warcraft – PC

“Probably known as the most popular MMORPG, this game got its own movie and is relatively known for the famous YouTube quote, “Leeeeeeeroy Jenkins!”

28) Madden Series – All platforms

“From 1998 on computers running MS-DOS to 2017 on all gaming platforms, Madden has been the most popular Football game up-to- date and has never failed to keep improving every year.

27) Halo 2 – Original Xbox

“MCPON John-117, also known famously as, “Master Chief,” has returned again after the first hit, Halo: Combat Evolved. Halo 2 is one of those remarkable games that you can never decide which one is the best of the trilogy; it has been decided here.”

26) Metroid Prime – GameCube

“If Nintendo has ever published a good game, Metroid Prime is definitely one of them. One of the best female leads in gaming history is back and ready to deliver another great story.”

25) Rocket League – PS4/Xbox One/PC

“Famously known for being the first game to ever support cross-network play between gaming platforms, Rocket League hits home with great competitive gameplay and explosions!”

24) Shadow of the Colossus – PlayStation 2

“Originally known as Wander and the Colossus; Shadow of the Colossus is one of the PlayStation greats that will never be forgotten. A mesmerizing story and dramatic ending, this game is the favorite to many gamers including the famous, “JackSepticEye.”

23) Metal Gear Solid 1 – PlayStation 1

“Starting as a PlayStation Exclusive, Metal Gear Solid is one of those games that simply blew your mind away. A badass main character that everyone at some point tries impersonates to books, comics, and cosplay.

22) Infamous 2 – PlayStation 3

“Sucker Punch Productions, famously known for the, Sly Cooper Trilogy they sold their rights to focus on making the second game of, Infamous. Another great Sony Exclusive, Infamous 2 made an impact on gaming and set the table for their future game, Infamous: Second Son.”

21) Final Fantasy XV – PS4/Xbox One/PC

“Square Enix, does it again with another great of their many games. New gameplay style and intriguing story, Final Fantasy knows what the fans want and they give.

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Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #40 to #31

Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #40 to #31

At first glance, a Top 100 list seems like way too much, but in reality, it is very difficult to break down ONLY 100 games. We took on the challenge and finally finished after much help from the supporters at JoyStik Entertainment from all over the world. Please remember, this is OUR list and you will probably have some harsh words! Please do leave them below :). ENJOY!

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40) Bloodborne – PlayStation 4

“This game is BLOODY brilliant. Get it? Ha ha well anyway this game has the same dark souls feel, but with a new intriguing twist. Much faster combat than Dark Souls appealed to a new breed of gamers.”

39) Left 4 Dead 2 – Xbox360

“PILLS HERE!!! L4D2 is an amazing 4v4 zombie game picking up right where the first one left off. I can’t tell you how many all nighters I pulled with some friends just having fun and BS-ing our way through.”

38) Rise of the Tomb Raider – PS4/ Xbox One/ PC

“I have been wanting to play this game LONG since before it came out. I haven’t gotten the chance to finish it, but I have to say if you enjoyed the first one, you MUST PICK THIS UP. It’s beautiful next gen graphics are just porn for the eyes.”

37) Super Mario Bros 3 – NES

“Theres not much to say about this wonderful title that hasn’t been said over the years, but heres my 2 cents. This game to this day is still fun to play over and over again. PERIOD. A massive leap from Super Mario Bros and Super Mario Bros 2.” 

36) Grand Theft Auto V – PS4/ Xbox One/ PC

“GTA V is one of the best open world games I’ve ever played. The 3 Person story that has multiple endings. The multiplayer allows you to compete is gang activity against or with other players across the globe. Excuse me while I go cruse through Los Santos in my 64…”

35) Mario Kart Double Dash – GameCube

“Mario Kart Double Dash put a spin on things when they added a Co-op aspect to the already great series. Many would say Double Dash is the best in the series, but without a doubt it is the most underrated in the series.” 

34) Fallout 3 – PS3/ Xbox360

“Playing this game you have a 100% chance of loving it. For those who know that was a V.A.T.S joke. This game was my into to the fallout series an I have never looked back. Anybody could easily put over 100 hours into it across PC, 360, and PS3.”

33) Batman Arkham City – PS3/ Xbox360

“Being Batman never felt better. The franchise launched itself with Arkham Asylum, but Arkham City took everything great about Asylum and multiplied it with better combat, a massive map, and a deeper story.”

32) Overwatch – PS4/ Xbox One/ PC

“On most of the Game of the Year list for 2016, Overwatch will be enjoyed for quite some time. A multiplayer First Person Shooter, with objective based matches. It is important to work as a team or you will witness failure every single time. One person will not and cannot carry a team in Overwatch.”

31) Secret of Mana – Super Nintendo

“When you look in the dictionary for RPG you will find SoM in the list. This game has an amazing story and great narrative. Real time combat in an RPG was rare back in the SNES days, which is why many players loved this title. If you had a multi-tap, you could play up to 3 players at a time which was unheard of!”

 

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