I agree with Alijosa...it's more about the impact than the time, hence the existence of "instant classics".
(Examples: any given GTA, The Dark Knight, The Last of Us.)
I really doubt anyone is going to care about The Last of Us or Grand Theft Auto 5 in ten years. They weren't even groundbreaking at release either.
And don't take that as insult against those games.
GTA: SA and Crash Bandicoot are both more than ten years old and people still care for them.
Last of Us sold out more than 6 million copies in few weeks on a single platform ,and GTA 5 sold out ....what ,30 million ? Not to mention their near-100 metascore. What's all this, if not groundbreaking ?
So, please, speak for yourself. And don't take that as an insult.
Edit: lol wtf ? This place ain't SW !
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