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Welcome to a special edition of the 360 Sunday Games Top 10. As we get ready for E3 the amount of hype for certain games is absolutely through the roof. In fact some of these games don’t even more then one trailer released and are already being considered as game of the year by some people! Now the only condition to make this list is that the game has to be announced, sorry secret Kojima project. So to make sure you know what to look for come next week, we present to you to the top 10 most anticipated games of E3 2009.
These are the show stealers.
Forget all this touch screen and multimedia capability nonsense, back in the day all you needed to enjoy a game on the road was four AA batteries and a green screen. The original Game Boy was handheld gaming at its purest form, featuring only 2 buttons, a D-pad and a monochrome screen. The system was a best selling item from its launch in 1989 to its replacement by the Game Boy Color in 1998, in that time selling over 70 million units! Now we didn’t think it would be very fair to include GBC games in this list (we’ll get to them later), so the only condition for a game to be considered is that it had to be in black and green.
So without further ado, here are the best games from the original portable brick.
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This past Monday, Nintendo released their 300th game for the Wii Virtual Console and to mark they occasion they chose the Nintendo 64 classic, The Legend Of Zelda: Majora’s Mask. When it was originally released back in 2000 it was critically acclaimed and quickly earned the title of one of the system’s best game, but in this modern era of high definition graphics, huge polygon counts and perfected gameplay will this gem stand on its own or will it be lost to the flow of time?
After a week off for Easter celebrations, 360blog.org returns with the top 10 Super Nintendo games of all time!
Two weeks ago we named the Super Nintendo the best game console of all time and we cited the awesome software lineup as the reason why it was the cream of the crop. Now with so many great games, your favorite might not have made the final list, and with the amount of games we considered, we could have easily done a top 30. So we had to make a decision, and the games that made this list must answer to the following criteria A) were great in the day B) haven’t aged a day, and even after this we still had some tough decisions to make.
So without further ado, here are the top 10 from Nintendo’s Super console.
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It’s all a question of perspective. Imagine walking down a street and seeing a small rock, to an ant it’s a mountain. Further down you see a discarded cola can, to a fly it’s a dark cave. Now imagine you’re the ant. The Legend Of Zelda: The Minish Cap does exactly that. Puddles become lakes, pebbles become boulders and bugs become fearsome beasts in Link’s quest to save the princess once again.