ZombicidalMan
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Favourite Post-2000 Video Games

Not in order and missing a hell of a lot of games. Add yours in the rcomments m/
1Boris
Amplifier Worship


Bioshock - Fucking perfect.
2Neurosis
Times of Grace


S.T.A.L.K.E.R. Shadow of Chernobyl - It's on sale for $5 on Steam why haven't you bought it yet.
It's like if Neurosis' music was playable and Ukrainian
3Islands
A Sleep and a Forgetting


Wind Waker - such a great game, worth buying a Gamecube for.
4Mogwai
Young Team


Fable: The Lost Chapters - Peter Molyneux for once in his life did a good thing with
the original Fable, which was funny and beautiful and addicting. For many (like me)
this was the first step into the world of RPGs.
5Anthrax
Among The Living


Halo: Combat Evolved - a linear hallway-shooter that somehow grabbed its entire
audience by the balls and spawned a ridiculously successful franchise. I considered
Halo 2 for this spot, but I think Halo:CE holds up much better even after all this
time.
6Burning Witch
Crippled Lucifer


Resident Evil 4 - it was so good I went to some fat kid's house to play it.
7Blind Guardian
Somewhere Far Beyond


Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind - despite its flaws, it created such a rich and engrossing
world it will no doubt go down as one of the best RPGs ever
8Chelsea Wolfe
The Grime and the Glow


Uncharted 2 - Uncharted 1 was a rocky start, but Uncharted 2 turned everything
around. It felt like I was playing Indiana Jones (Raiders of The Lost Ark, what else is
there) on steroids. After playing through it recently I can say it earned a spot on
here because of it's fun platforming, fun and corny story, well layed out levels, and
gorgeous graphics/art design.
9Run The Jewels
Run The Jewels


Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas - everyone played this. What other game could you
hijack a golf cart, and then get attacked by the driver with his own clubs? Great
gameplay, humour, etc. Hot coffee.
10Botch
We Are The Romans


Super Smash Bros. Melee - Brawl was good, but this one turned fighting games on
their heads after throwing a fireball into their chest whilst taunting them from afar.
The most fun a group of kids or intoxicated men can have with a game.
11Godspeed You! Black Emperor
F#A# (Infinity)


Half-Life 2 - superb story, gameplay, graphics, another all around classic.
12Slint
Spiderland


Mass Effect - probably the best RPG in space I've every played. Another one that
hits home in every department.
13Counterparts
Prophets


Fallout 3 - it truly is "Oblivion with guns", and it's not everyone's cup of tea. But
from the amount of playtime this game got from me, and it's fun quests and eerie
depiction of DC, I had to include it.
14Ghostface Killah
Twelve Reasons To Die


Far Cry 3 - I could have included any Far Cry on this list, but I think the most
deserving title is the most recent. The first Far Cry boasted a lot, and only
delivered on a little. Far Cry 2 expanded on the promises (mainly exploration-wise),
but was derivative and cumbersome. Far Cry 3 took the best of both game and I
have to say it's the most fun I've had with a game in recent times.
15Iron Maiden
Somewhere In Time


Civilization 5 - strategy games have always been a vice of mine, and the latest Civ
is no exception. I keep on clocking dozens of hours into this one. Great to play with
a friend. Plus the new expansion added a lot more (that kind of should've been in it
anyways).
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