Counter-Strike still the top multiplayer game

The Half-Life-powered shooter holds on to number one in iGames' latest list of most popular multiplayer games.

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Game center organization iGames has released its list of the most popular multiplayer games for March 2002. The list, which is a compilation of the most popular games being played at more than 150 game centers across North America, ranks Sierra's team-based shooter Half-Life: Counter-Strike at number one, followed by Blizzard's action role-playing game Diablo II at number two. Third place went to Medal of Honor: Allied Assault, EA's World War II shooter, and fourth place went to Starcraft, Blizzard's sci-fi real-time strategy game. Sony's massively multiplayer online role-playing game, EverQuest, took fifth place.

Top 20 multiplayer games for March 2002:

1. Half-Life: Counter-Strike
2. Diablo II
3. Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
4. Starcraft
5. EverQuest
6. Unreal
7. Command & Conquer Renegade
8. Quake III
9. Dark Age of Camelot
10. Aliens Versus Predator 2
11. Battle Realms
12. Freedom Force
13. Age of Empires II
14. Return to Castle Wolfenstein
15. Command & Conquer Red Alert II
16. Global Operations
17. Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon
18. Red Faction
19. Empire Earth
20. Serious Sam: The Second Encounter

The list above ranks games according to popularity at more than 150 game centers across North America. To see a list of games ranked by GameSpot review score, take a look at our best-selling games.

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