Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #50 to #41

Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #50 to #41

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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50) Dying Light – PlayStation 4

“When Parcore meets a zombie infection you need to run for your life… Literally. This game mixes mirrors edge with a feel of borderlands for an awesome time.”

49) Zelda: Windwaker – GameCube

“All your Tri-Force shards R belong to us. Wind Waker revolutionizes the zelda series by addign a cartoonic graphic style and a story that transends even the ocean floor itself.”

48) Final Fantasy II – Super Nintendo

“A game series that is obviously still around today all started it’s real popularity with this game. A heart felt story and an wide variety of character classes to play as keeps you on your toes throughout the entire game. Not the BEST Final Fantasy game of the series, but definitely close.”

47) Counter Strike Global Offensive– Xbox 360/ PC

“Its time to GO. Global Offensive that is, in this awesome FPS you have to really think your moves out. No running and gunning. Just you, your gun, your team, and a great time.”

46) Diablo 3 – PS4/ Xbox One/ PC

“Ah Diablo… BRING ON THE COWS!!! Oh theres no cow level? Ok well this dungon crawler offers so much more than the typical crawler, bring some friends and start the grinding of the dead. MOO!!!”

45) Super Metroid – Super Nintendo

“The classic game that gave the genre name of Metroid-Vania. Not to be biased or anything but THIS GAME IS AMAZING!!! I didn’t get to play this until years after its release but BOY I sure did love it. It has a timeless feel and a great gameplay to boot.”

44) Hearthstone – Mobile/ PC

“Hearthstone is a card based game on PC and Mobile devices. It resembles World of Warcraft characters and the same mystical feel. Humor and badass-ness is present as you would expect from this company.”

43) Uncharted 2 – PlayStation 3

“When Naughty Dog released Uncharted 1, people were absolutely floored. They were used to games like Crash Bandicoot (nothing against this game) and it got pushed aside for this upcoming series. Uncharted 2 on the other hand, took it to the next level with amazing graphics, a story you couldn’t look away from, and much better controls. Thank you Nathan Drake.” 

42) Minecraft – PC

“SSSSSS- BOOM! Minecraft on the PC is leaps and bounds better than console. With serviers you can mod on, custom skins that are free and tons and tons of content you can explore, Minecraft is a wonderful game for both young and old alike.”

41) Dead Space – Xbox 360

“Ah, the game that made millions of gamers sleep with the lights on. I still remember playing this in my room one night, the music was building up, I had my trusty plasma cutter loaded and ready. Then I hear it, a noise that made my skin crawl. I was ready! I then get distracted by a shadow appearing on my wall next to my monitor and my dog howled! I fell out of my chair and before I knew it a necromorph killed me.”

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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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Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #70 to #61

Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #70 to #61

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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70) Max Payne 3 – Xbox 360 

“Max Payne is just what his last name is. A revenge story built from PAIN. A well put together 3rd person shooter with great gunplay, story, and at it’s time a fun multiplayer.”

69) Dark Souls 3 – PS4/ Xbox One/ PC

“Personally, I hate this game. Probably still salty from getting my a$$ handed to me. But there is no doubt, this is one of the most accurate controlled video games of all time. Precision is key!”

68) Splatoon – Wii U

“The revival of the Nintendo franchise came from this game. It is currently young still, but with such a fun new multiplayer setting as a family friendly shooter to fit the Nintendo brand it appeals to hardcore multiplayers and a younger generation being introduced to gaming.”

67) Mystical Ninja Starring Goemon – Nintendo 64

“Mystical Ninja is one of those hidden gems that some folks haven’t had to pleasure of playing, but that does not take away from it’s success. An incredible design gives a perfect Japanese feel as a cartoonish theme. There is humor, difficulty, and a unique leveling system. If you haven’t played it, bust out the N64 and give it a try.”

66) Star Wars Battlefront 2 – PlayStation 2

“Star Wars has always been about Jedi and the Force, but Battlefront put you in the shoes of the soldiers, playing through galactic battle with blasters and the occasional Jedi. Star Wars Battlefront 1 set the stage, but 2 took it to the next level.”

65) Bioshock 1 – Xbox 360

“The deranged setting of Bioshock gives a creepy feeling as you make your way through Rapture, an underwater city built to get away from normal society. Through the years, it has become corrupt with crime, and what you witness is the after years of damage. Incredible story and gameplay for this First Person Shooter for the ages”

64) Mass Effect – Xbox 360

“Mass Effect changed the way we see video games as developers created one of the largest open world…no…open universes we had ever seen!”

63) Mario Kart 64 – Nintendo 64

“Somebody order a pizza and get the gang together because it is Mario Kart night! One of the most fun multiplayer racing games still today.”

62) Power Stone 2 – Sega Dreamcast

“Another hidden gem is the Power Stone series. It is actually very surprising that this franchise is not around today. If is wasn’t for the failure of the overrated Dreamcast, this game would most definitely still be around. A 3D fighting game, where players use weapons and magic stones to transform into a special character to bash each others heads in. Not literally”

61) Tetris – Any Platform

“The best puzzle game known to man. The simplicity of dropping different shapes from the ceiling has never been more clever. The game has continued to evolve but none will ever beat the original platform.”

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Top 3 Super Nintendo Games

The Super Nintendo was one of the best consoles of all time, with a massive library of games, and great ones. It was difficult to break down a Top 3 list due to the large list of games, but the Top 3 ultimate games have been selected and in order. 

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RULES: List your top 3 games on SNES (Super Nintendo). Then, follow that up with WHY.

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1)      Chrono Trigger

Chrono Trigger has unqiue gameplay that is unfound on the SNES. That complex of gameplay is seen in games today, but back then it was unheard of! Gameplay mixed with the great story of Chrono Trigger makes it number 1 on my list.

2)      Super Mario World

One of my favorite games of all time. Why do I like it so much? Because it’s FUN! It is a platformer with great control mechanics and addicting level design. It’s not that Super Mario World is some masterpiece story that melts your heart, but it’s a video game…a video game that you WANT to play. When you hear Super Mario World music…you just know it…and you want to play it.

3)      The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

One of the first open world games to hit consoles, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past is a true masterpiece. It set the foreground for all Zelda games made after it, and it is a strategy that has worked very well for them! One of my favorite games of all time, Ocarina of Time, takes much of its gameplay and storytelling from The Link to the Past! It almost doesn’t seem fair to put it at number 3, but with the amount of great games on SNES, 3rd place is a great spot for it.

What are your top 3 and why? Comment and debate everybody in the comments below!

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Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #80 to #71

Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #80 to #71

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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80) Forza Motorsports 3 – Xbox 360

“Possible the best real racing game of all time. Not sure if the realism mixed with the sheer fun of this racing game will ever be topped.”

79) Super Smash Bros Brawl – Wii

“This was a midnight release pick up for me and my brothers. Needless to say, we did not sleep that night, as this was the first Super Smash Bros game to breakthrough with a massive list of characters.”

78) Fable – Original Xbox

“If the name FABLE does not give away that the story is beautifully written in this game, then the fact that you are able to make life choices while playing through will give you an idea. An amazing game full of side quest to mold your character, it is a shame this franchise is slowing dying away.”

77) Mario Party – Nintendo 64

“Famous for the blistered palm mini game, this way one of the first games to nail the board games on consoles concept, and they did it brilliantly.”

76) Sonic Adventure – Sega Dreamcast

“After Super Mario 64 was released, many wondered if Sonic would get a 3D game. When Sonic Adventure hit the shelves, people went nuts. A somewhat open world 3D Sonic game is what any gamer would have craved. Too bad the Dreamcast was short lived because this series was one of the best platformers ever.”

75) Resogun – PlayStation 4

“Many people’s first PS4 game was Resogun, and boy did it shock the world. A free PS Plus game at the launch of PS4, this game ranks in our top 10 PS4 games. A 3D Galaga style shooter, with bosses at the end of each level. Simple…Complex…and Addicting as hell.”

74) Pikmin – Gamecube

“If Honey I Shunk The Kids was your movie, Pikmin is your game. The planets you visit, with the help of little aliens called Pikmin, help you explore to the planets to fix your crashed ship.”

73) Resident Evil 4 – GameCube

“The first break away from the original Resident Evil series featured better controls, a deeper story, improved gunplay, and a whole lot of enjoyment. One of the best GameCube games on the console.”

72) Metal Gear Solid 3 – PlayStation 2

“While staying true to the famous Metal Gear series, MGS3 gave us a little extra in terms on survival and military feel. One of the best stories in all video games, MGS3 falls easily in most gamers’ top 100 list.”

71) Tony Hawk Pro Skater – PlayStation 1

“During an era when everybody owned a skateboard, and the famous 900 was done by yours truly, Tony Hawk, this video game was released. Full of 90s music, bad ass tricks and level design, and multiplayer at it’s best, it can never be forgotten.”

 

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Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #90 to #81

Top 100 Video Games of All Time – #90 to #81

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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90) Ecco The Dolphin – Sega Genesis

“Ever played Journey on PlayStation 3/4? This game was that on the Sega Genesis as a dolphin under the sea!”

89) Punch Out – Nintendo

“Duck and Weave, duck and weave….PUNCH! The first Boxing video game great, and Mario was the referee. You will never feel more like Rocky Balboa than when playing at Little Mac.”

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88) Doom – PS4/Xbox One/PC

“The rare occurrence when a sequel is better than the previous games in the series. Brutal gunplay, loud music, so f*#%ing fun!”

87) Super Street Fighter 2 – Super Nintendo 

“Super Street Fight 2 set the stage for the rest of the Street Fighter series, in terms of characters, competitive play, and an overall comfortable fighting game.”

86) Gears of War 3 – Xbox 360

“Gears of War was a great series with a wonderful intense story of brotherhood and a badass multiplayer. What is not to like with chainsaws on guns.”

85) Sonic the Hedgehog 2 – Sega Genesis

“Sonic the Hedgehog may have fell into the deep water as of late, but when it first appeared, people instantly fell in love. A game that becomes more fun, the more you familiarize yourself with it.”

84) NFL Blitz – Nintendo 64

“An arcade style football game other than Tecmo Bowl, that invoked much trash talking and got kids interested in the sport of NFL Football.”

83) Star Fox 64 – Nintendo 64

“The perfect rail shooter. Most rail shooters in the genre are boring and lack a story, but Star Fox brings amazing characters to such a special video game genre.”

82) NBA Jam – Super Nintendo

“This 2 on 2 basketball game is heating up! People say that gameplay is king, and if that is true, this could be the best sports game ever. (not really but still special). BOOM SHOCKA-LOCKA!”

81) Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time – Super Nintendo

“One of the first 4 player co-op games, in which you play as one of your favorite Ninja Turtles. This button mashing beat em up game still appeals nostalgia lovers today. Although this genre of games is mostly lost, this would be one of the most remembered in the time’s past. Cow-a-bunga dude.”

 

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How to Decide Between Titanfall 2, Call of Duty Infinite Warfare, and Battlefield 1

Well of course the gaming industry would bestow the burden on us of picking between 3 great first person shooters, but are they actually similar or can you make a decision on the game that fits you best? We are going to break down the 3 games and open your eyes to which game YOU should choose in order to have the best experience for your $60.

Titanfall 2

Short Summary

In single player, Titanfall 2 delivers a crafted experience that explores the unique bond between man and machine. Playable offline, the single player campaign in Titanfall 2 lets fans step out onto The Frontier as a Militia rifleman with aspirations of becoming an elite Pilot. Stranded behind enemy lines and facing overwhelming odds, players must team up with a veteran Titan to uphold a mission they were never meant to carry out. In multiplayer, Respawn is continuing to evolve their gameplay to provide a more robust experience that delivers expanded depth and variety that includes six new Titans, deeper Pilot abilities, more customization options, and a robust progression system that is sure to satisfy fans.

Who Should Choose Titanfall 2

  • Players who like fast paced shooters that require quick decision making and close combat.
  • Prefer futuristic warfare.
  • Fans of mechs like Transformers will be pleased in riding a Titan.
  • If you enjoy an abundance of multiplayer with a solid single player campaign on the side.

 

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Call of Duty Infinite Warfare

Short Summary

Infinite Warfare is the first game in the franchise to venture beyond the reaches of Earth, framing a plausible future war in our solar system. Infinite Warfare also introduces an original cooperative Zombies mode that takes players on a wild ride through a new storyline with unique gameplay features and mechanics.

Who Should Choose COD Infinite Warfare

  • Players who like a choice to fast or slow gameplay.
  • Prefer futuristic warfare.
  • Enjoy valuable extra content. (Zombies, DLC, ect)
  • Fans of the series can enjoy the Modern Warfare Remake.
  • Would rather play without vehicles. Prefet boots on the ground.

 

Battlefield 1

Short Summary

Intuitive destruction and dynamic weather ensure that no battle is ever the same. For even more gameplay possibilities, carve a path through walls and buildings, take down your enemies in creative ways, and leave your mark on the terrain around you through intuitive destruction. Through your actions, the pristine world around you change into a battle-scarred landscape, changing the world forever. With dynamic weather you will need to adapt your tactics to weather changes as the elements play a part in the battle. Playing the same map on a bright day, in heavy fog, or rain will impact what you see and hear, forcing you to adapt your play style on an ever-changing battlefield. Operations introduces a new way to play multiplayer. In Battlefield 1 you play a series of interconnected battles across multiple fronts. Play a sequence of battles where your actions have consequences beyond a single match, as you try to conquer territory or push back your attackers. At those times when you feel all is lost, call in the Behemoths – the largest fully player-controlled vehicles ever seen in Battlefield. Roam the battlefield and rain fire on your enemy to break their defenses. All-out war never felt so epic. Take control of the Armored Train, Air Ship, or the Battleship to dominate the battlefield across land, air, and sea. 

Who Should Choose Battlefield 1

  • Players who like a slower gameplay on large maps.
  • Enjoy older warfare. (World War era)
  • Enjoy using vehicles in first person shooters.

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