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By Cyril Lachel     |   Posted on April 25, 2001   |   Episode 4 (Show Archive)  

   
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#5 Out of This World In the age of 16 Bit, games like Out of this World and Flashback (number 2) were something completely different. The fluid animation, great story, and well done puzzles make for a great game. #4 SimCity A wonderful computer game, a totally addicted Super Nintendo game. Before this there wasn't much like it on home systems. There may have been Populous, but no game (not even Populous) was as easy to play. A class act. #3 You Don't Know Jack One of the all time best party games of all time. Countless hours of learning the most useless facts. However, I havne't found another game like it, and it hasn't been bettered in years. #2 Flashback Much like Out of this World (number 5), Flashback has a great story, beautiful animation, and one heck of a look. In the same vein as Prince of Persia and Out of this World, Flashback betters both in every way possible. Don't miss this game, no matter what system it's on. #1 X-Com This is my personal favorite game of all time, so I might be a bit biased here. But let me tell you, on the PlayStation is doesn't fail to impress. There are thousands of hour of game play, and tons of replay. It's a shame they can't make a good sequel.
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