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Saturday, December 31, 2005

Joystiq's top 10 hidden gems of this generation [Joystiq]

"The launch of the Xbox 360, to use a timeless cliché phrase, marked the beginning of the end for this generation. In less than a year, Nintendo and Sony will have replaced their consoles for a 3rd PlayStation and a supposed Revolution. When people look back at this generation, gamers will remember Halo, Grand Theft Auto, World of Warcraft, and 1,001 Mario titles.

What about the games that did not have a built-in audience? How about the titles that tried something different, and for the most part succeeded — at leastartistically? (Financial success is a bit harder to achieve.) Here are Joystiq's picks for the top 10 (well, 11 – we failed math in high school) games you may have passed over this generation, but really need to pick up – think of it as 'Game Appreciation 101.' So, without further ado…" (Top 10 titles at link) Joystiq


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