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Crazy Taxi 3: High Roller. Crimson Skies. Crystal Castles. Band Brothers. Dance Dance Revolution. Daytona USA. Dead Rising. Dead Space. Dead Space Extraction.

Death Tank Zwei. Def Jam: Fight for NY. Defender of the Crown. Defense Grid: The Awakening. Demolition Derby.

Desert Strike: Return to the Gulf. Desktop Tower Defense. Deus Ex Machina.

Deus Ex: Human Revolution. Devil May Cry 3: Dante's Awakening. Disgaea 2: Cursed Memories. Hour of Darkness. Dissidia Final Fantasy. Donkey Kong. Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble. Donkey Kong: Jungle Beat. Kawashima's Brain Training. Dragon Quest I. Journey of the Cursed King. The Longest Journey. Dungeon Master. Every Extend Extra Extreme. Earthworm Jim. Ecco The Dolphin. Earth Defense Force Elder Scrolls III: Everybody's Golf 5. Eye of The Beholder. Project Origin. Fantastic Contraption.

Fatal Frame II: Crimson Butterfly. Fatal Frame: Mask of the Lunar Eclipse. Fatal Fury: Mark of the Wolves.

Ferrari F Challenge. Final Fantasy Crystal Chronicles. Final Fantasy Tactics. Final Fantasy Tactics A2: Grimoire of the Rift. Final Fight. Final Furlong. Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance. Fire Pro Wrestling Returns. Ultimate Carnage.

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Flight Control. Flight Simulator X. Free Running. Freedom Fighters. Freedom Force vs the 3rd Reich. Elite 2. Full Throttle. Air Battle R Galactic Civilizations II: Dread Lords. Gears of War. Geometry Wars. Geometry Wars Retro Evolved 2. Ghouls 'n' Ghosts. Citizen Kabuto. God of War. God of War: Chains of Olympus. Golden Tee Live. GoldenEye Gottlieb Pinball Classics. Gran Turismo. Gran Turismo 3: Grand Theft Auto.

Grand Theft Auto IV: The Ballad of Gay Tony.

The Lost and Damned. Grand Theft Auto San Andreas. Grand Theft Auto Vice City. Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars. Liberty City Stories.

Gravity Power. Guitar Hero. Guitar Hero World Tour. Guitar Hero: Gunstar Super Heroes. Combat Evolved. Harvest Moon. Harvest Moon: Friends of Mineral Town. Head over Heels. Henry Hatsworth in the Puzzling Adventure.

Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy. Hitman 2: Silent Assassin. Hotel Dusk: Room IL-2 Sturmovik. IL-2 Sturmovik: Birds of Prey. Impossible Mission II. Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis. Intelligent Qube. Jak and Daxter: The Precursor Legacy.

Jak II: Jeanne D'Arc. Jet Set Radio Future. John Madden Football. Killer Instinct. King of Fighters ' Kingdom Hearts. Kung-Fu Master. Little Big Adventure. Little Computer People.

Little King's Story. Lords of Midnight.

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LostWinds 2: Winter of the Melodias. Lunar Lander. The Three Shape Arcade. Maniac Mansion: Day of the Tentacle. Bowser's Inside Story. Partners In Time. Superstar Saga. Mario Kart Super Circuit. Mario vs. Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes. Mass Effect. Max and the Magic Marker. Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne. Ghosts To Glory. MechWarrior 2: Medal of Honor: Allied Assault. Medieval II: Total War. Mega Lo Mania. Mercury Meltdown Revolution. Metal Arms: Glitch in the System.

Metal Gear Solid 2: Sons of Liberty.

Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater. Great for nostalgia value and some inspiration to check out some stuff that I missed. Strange focus on driving and sports games too For a second -- or, at least, the first chapter --, you may believe that this book will discuss games that influenced the next generation, from the very first pong all the way to the latest Mario. Sadly, it doesn't.

The whole problem is that the authors decided to use a chronological order instead of a topic order. Instead of going "this game introduced this feature" and then jump to the next which improved that feature, they go into games released in the 70s, 80s, 90s, s and s. Well, the harm is that the chronological order doesn't offer, most of the time, the reason why a game should be played.

I mean, yeah, maybe "Mario World" is not a bad game, but if "Mario World 2" just improves the old mechanics and have bigger maps, it's clear why the first shouldn't be in the list if everything from the first I can get in a better form in the second.

For example, when they talk about "Ninja Gaiden Black", the authors mention this: Barring a dodgy camera, Ninja Gaiden didn't have much wrong with it. That didn't stop Team Ninja from obsessively tinkering with their masterprice, however, and in Ninja Gaiden Black they improved on what many fighting fans already regarded as the greatest fighting game of its generation.

Why would I play the first one when the second is everything the first one has plus more? Also, each game have three to four paragraphs. The first is always something related to the game outside it: The company that developed it, some social remark at the time, something in the game culture Most of the Mario and Zelda games simply lack the "why".

You should play because This is why I'd prefer a topic order: Mario 1 introduced this, Mario 2 changed this into that It basically forces the list to have a reason instead of seemingly being a list of "I like it". Also, research seems focused on "games I played" instead of "games that existed". For example, there is "Trine", which I can't call a bad game, but the mechanic of "you play several characters and just jump between them based on their abilities" I can backtrack all the way to "Captain Trueno" on MSX in -- and I'm not claiming that's where this mechanics appeared -- but omitting it seems too much laziness.

But, instead, games with the same mechanics but from bigger publishers are. There is even a game I played on MSX in the 90s that have the exactly mechanic listed in "Warioware Inc" but, again, not listed. Heck, even "bananas. Jun 28, Jonathan rated it it was ok Shelves: I feel bad giving this book such a low rating, since I think it actually has really good intentions: As video games have grown as an increasingly important medium both in profitability and artistic expression , the conversation around what games "matter" is something worth having.

I'm even BSing a list of a "canon of video games" around on a Word document, something I'd love to really flesh out over time I t I feel bad giving this book such a low rating, since I think it actually has really good intentions: I'm even BSing a list of a "canon of video games" around on a Word document, something I'd love to really flesh out over time I think.

Anyway, great intentions in this piece. The main problem that lies within it is the fact that the scope is almost TOO large. A lot of games that aren't entirely necessary for someone to play, in my view, are listed with redundant reasoning provided on why it's "so great". This isn't to say that someone should omit all 3D platforming games just because Super Mario 64 came out. That'd be ridiculous. But just a bit more selection would've been nice. These sorts of books have been popping up for quite some time: I think they're a bit more of a novelty than anything else, so I might've been looking for more of a critical approach to games than this offered.

I'll come back to it for reference definitely, but overall it really just serves as more of a history lesson than a critical approach to saying what games are "worth playing". Jul 30, Harris rated it liked it Shelves: Sure to spark conversation among people knowledgeable about video games, the work is less useful as an introduction to the topic.

While many of the titles chosen by the compilers are great games and evocative of the trends and evolutions of the technology, some are obscure to say the least, a few being only published in Japan, which can make getting a hold of them a bit difficult.

This is particularly true with the earlier titles. Still, Video Games can provide the reader with some nostalgic discussions and recollections of favorite games and recommendations for others that they might have missed. View all 5 comments.

Feb 23, Andrew Turcich rated it really liked it. Overall a decent survey of video games over time. The one-page capsule review style works well for most games, is far too short for others, but tends to work ok overall.

Feels like it gives a bit too much weight to many early smartphone games that would not be considered remarkable at all these days, but I suppose that's a natural consequence for a book that was issued in without benefit of more perspective on how the space would evolve. Sep 10, Anna rated it really liked it Shelves: I thought it's gonna be much more than that!

But hey, they should put P. Aug 10, Craig Powell rated it really liked it. A fun read with some great information and pictures. As all books about a still evolving field tend to do, this feels out of date on some postings because of newer developments or entries into a certain franchise series. Yet for the older titles it has some great information and screen shots.

I would have preferred maybe more pictures by making the large almost full page photos smaller and doing more collage smaller pics for every game instead of every few. Definitely not essential and is skewed heavily towards modern gaming but there is something to be said about being recommended an absolute ton of games in one rather small book perhaps too small and heavy actually As times go on the second half of this book that focuses on onward looks more and more silly but it's still nice to read about these games for sure.

Nice to own but without a doubt not a 'definitive' list if one could ever exist and not without its issues. Feb 25, Zach Koenig rated it liked it. As such, there is very little room for "analysis" in this thick compendium.

Thus, depending on what you are looking for in the book, it might perfectly suit your needs The trouble with me reading this book is that I'm not a complete die-hard gamer. I like the classics and my own personal favorites, but other than that I'm pretty passive when it comes to new games. As such, the entire premise of the book was a bit lost on me. I wasn't goi video games is A LOT of video games! I wasn't going to try all or even most of these games anyway, so I did a lot of swiftly turning pages just reading about my favorites.

1001 Videogames Para Jogar Antes De Morrer Pdf

That being said, this is a pretty impressive collection of games. Each individual will have their own gripes for me: If you are a hard-core gamer and really want to expand your gaming frontier, this is probably something you will really get into. Thus, this was a pretty middling experience for me. I can appreciate the appeal of the book, but for me personally it was a lot of skimming. I should have known from the beginning, as I've had similar experiences with other similar "" collections.

Dec 07, Callum Shephard rated it really liked it. Spanning several decades all the way back to the early '70s, the book covers a mass of noteworthy titles outlined and explained by a multitude of media experts.

What needs to be made clear from the outside is that this is not a countdown list. Everything starting with Oregon Trail onwards is there for breaking new ground or being a testament to solid genre ga Recently re-released in an updated edition, Video Games You Must Play Before You Die sums up everything you need to know in the title.

Knights of the Old Republic II. Reception for the book has been generally positive, with critics praising the wealth of knowledge, but criticizing some particular entries. Star Wars Jedi Knight: Super Smash Bros Brawl. Still, Video Games can provide the reader with some nostalgic discussions and recollections of favorite games and recommendations for others that they might have missed. Thirty Flights of Loving.

Jul 29, Jlawrence rated it liked it. The Secret of Mprrer Manor. Age of Empires II:The original Adventure and Ultima IV are such oft-cited and obvious landmarks in the history of video games that leaving them out is somewhat akin to forgetting to mention Gilgamesh and The Odyssey when listing the great works of Western literature from the B.

Civilization Revolution. Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders. The Demon Blade.

This is a good reference book to have around for a gamer, even if you don't agree with all the choices and there might be plenty and some of the write-ups do sometimes make you wonder how in depth the contributors have played a given game for instance I can see Sims 2 players laughing out very loudly at the suggestion that "it's somehow impossible to make an ugly sim ".

Micro Machines 2: Quest for Barbaros' Treasure.