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  1. C64 at |

    Back in the 80's I had a copy of The Great Giana Sisters. It was a copy from a friend, not the original. So it was definitely being circulated back then. We all loved it, Mario Bros. for the C64!

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  2. Matt at |

    Another one that may not be appropriate for the website is RapeLay, your goal: Make a ladies all lady family feel terrible doing bad things to them. I haven't played it, nor do I want to.

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  3. Matt at |

    Btw, In jfk reloaded: Oswald DOESN'T have the means, the cpu crashed :(

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  4. Dude at |

    i've played just a few games when i was a kid. never did i see these lame games. i still recommend sports kids.

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  5. Matt at |

    metal wolf chaos does look like its worth a try..Sucks its only in japan

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  6. Ramsey at |

    You should take a look at "Attack of the Mutant Penguins" for the Atari Jaguar. It's got to be the weirdest game I've ever seen. The Angry Video Game Nerd has a brief review of it on his Atari Jaguar Review. Just Google it and you can watch it online.

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  7. @EvilTaco at |

    Oh, man. This isn't even close. Mister Mosquito? Pikmin? Katamari?

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  8. harry at |

    Many different types of videos games exist, with the most common being arcade, console, computer, and handheld. The first commercially sold video game was an arcade game named Computer Space. Computer Space was released in 1971 and the technology helped pave the way for video game expansion all over the world. In 1983, Atari was mass producing large amounts of computer games and systems. The company often times developed more merchandise then they could sell and this ultimately led to a collapse of the entire North American video game market.”

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  9. cacaro at |

    At the very least, you’re missing LSD Dream Simulator for PSX.

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  10. Jewpower at |

    I wonder if the creator of the columbine massacre was just in it for the money or actually, in his own way, was mourning what happened. And if he was being symbolic in sending them to “hell”.

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    1. Zoggy at |

      If you play the game you will discover that it is in fact a deep and in depth exploration of Eric and Dylan’s mental state leading up to the massacre. Its actually a very good game, especially in concept (the execution was a little flawed). Anyway if you don’t fancy playing the game there is a documentary called Playing Columbine that talks about what was trying to be achieved with this game.

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  11. Itsa at |

    I wouldn’t have thought it was possible to write an article about those 10 games that didn’t make me laugh once, but Bryan Johnson not only did it, he went above and beyond and wrote one of the most tedious articles I’ve read in years.

    “Interestingly, the game has a hidden easter egg. If you hold down the fire button and then press the power switch on the Atari 2600, it will cause the “HI” on the high scores screen to change to “SHL,” which are the initials of the games programmer.”

    That is not interesting. Sack Bryan Johnson, sack him now. Even if he paid you for the privilege of writing and has died since this was published, sack him and take away his keyboard just to make sure.

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    1. TopTenz Master at |

      Sorry, you didn’t find this to your liking. Brian is one of Toptenz most liked writers – by me and our readers. Try a few more lists before you “write” him off. You can see more of his writing here, http://www.toptenz.net/author/bryan

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  12. Spazzy at |

    I am quite surprised that Hatoful Boyfriend is not here…

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  13. ANon at |

    This game actually Toenails lower all you enjoy concerning Scott Kirkman’s The Walking Dead; the strain, the weather, the particular establishing, the entire world, the way the story goes. Only every thing, even comic book graphics. (The Walking Dead initially is really a comic book collection in case you didn’t recognize) Unfortunately, Irrrve never acquired the opportunity examine every one of the publications. The storyline is great as well as their will be a lot of unexpected situations! Should acquire!

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  14. bachelorette at |

    Lol. I used to love Revolution X!!! I can’t believe that Penn and Teller had a game, as much as I love them! Great list. The top 3 blew my mind hahaha.

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  15. Oni Linka at |

    the strangest game i never saw is LSD:dream emulator

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  16. Man at |

    LSD Dream Emulator is the weirdest game I have ever played. I played it about 10 years ago and damn, I didnt know what to do, where to go. Its just a confusing game that makes no sense. But hey, maybe I got high on drugs so thats why I saw those freaky babies…

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