Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #60 to #51

Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #60 to #51

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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60) Mega Man X – Super Nintendo

“Mega Man is an iconic series, in which X was the tenth installment for the franchise. Fun fact: X was a new type of robot with the ability to make his own decisions. Recognizing the potential danger of this model, Light sealed X away in a diagnostic capsule for over 30 years of testing.”

59) Ms Pac-man – Arcades

“Ms. Pac-Man is an arcade video game from the Golden Age. Even though this came after the original Pac-Man, there is no doubt that Ms Pac-man fixed any issues, making one of the most popular arcade games of all time.”

58) Portal 2 – Xbox 360

“Need some extra brain power? Skip Lumosity and just play Portal. An interesting futuristic puzzle game that will have your brain in knots.”

57) Mario Sunshine – GameCube

“The evolution of Super Mario 64 brought us Mario Sunshine on GameCube. It is no surprise there are so many Mario games in this list, as the replayability of this series is at the top of the list. Great level design and a fun twist to Mario 64.”

56) Burnout Paradise – Xbox 360

“Burnout brought fun to racing games like Mario Kart did, but with an adult feel. Wrecking other players in a street race like you are the Dale Earnhardt of the city is beyond fun. Bring this series back please!”

55) Ni No Kuni – PlayStation 3

“What do you get when you mix Final Fantasy with Pokemon? Yep. This game took everybody by surprise with its beautiful story telling, the anime graphics, and unique combat system.”

54) Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 – Xbox 360/ PS3

“Sifting through Call of Duty games was the biggest pain in the neck, but I do believe MW2 stands out the most. The improved multiplayer is still fun and popular today, and the campaign has a story that you care about! Boots on the ground soldiers!”

53) Luigi’s Mansion – GameCube

“MARRIOOOO? Nope, this game is all about the man in green. Luigi comes to the rescue in this spooky tale of vaccumming up ghost like Ghost Busters has Luigi! Clever gameplay keeps you coming back.”

52) Zelda: A Link to the Past – Super Nintendo

“Zelda: A Link to the Past may be one of the greatest games on the Super Nintendo. Considered an open world for it’s time and filled with clever dungeons, the nostalgia you feel when playing this game still today is enough to rank it in a top 100 list.”

51) God of War 2 – PlayStation 2

“The best God of War in the series. The story was a fresh from beginning to end while keeping the same great combat. The addition of weapons was a plus as well. Raise your first for God of War 4 PlayStation nation!”


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