Hideo’s top 5 most influential games

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image Hideo Kojima has been talking about the 5 games that he found to the most memorable and influential in the world.

1. Super Mario Bros… a true classic

2. Portopia Renzoku Satsujin Jiken… WTF?

3. Xevious… huh?

4. Out of this World…

and then he does the thing that bugs me about every over egotistical person on the planet.. he names his own creation in his top 5…

… It’s a slight difference from my top 5 most influential games.

1. Super Mario series

2. Quake 1

3. Starcraft

4. Gears of War

5. Viva Pinata

Last Updated: July 4, 2008

Gavin Mannion

I for one welcome our future robotic overlords

  • ewie

    xevious. I spend hours in arcades playing this.

  • ewie

    you left out baldurs gate

  • Messiah

    I think I would of put up Dune 2. If I am not mistaken, the first RTS game ever made?

  • PaasHaas

    Hmmmm mine would probably be something like

    Space/Police quest ( most sierra quest games actually )
    Wolfenstein 3D
    Starcraft
    Final Fantasy 7

  • For me it was Halo 3, cos it showed that people will buy just about any thing.

    Jinja’s last blog post..Something fishy???? Smells like it!

  • Gougedeye

    Dune 2 – The first RTS
    Wolf 3D – The first FPS
    Ultima Online – The first commercial / graphical MMORPG
    Kings Quest
    Zork

  • Doom
    Dune 2
    Starsiege Tribes
    Starcraft
    Grim Fandango

    doobiwan’s last blog post..The Games that made the consoles

  • ewie

    Elite
    Star controll 2
    Duke nukem
    Bulders gate
    Gears

  • Ah… Out of this world and Xevious… Classics to the older generation ;)I used to spend hours on C&C……. ;)Almost all of the games mentioned above kept me entertained for hours, especially all the Sierra classics……. 🙂

  • Ooh.. Not to forget World of Warcraft and Neverwinter Nights… aah.. So many hours of my used up

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