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Poll: What was the best decade in gaming? (63 votes)

2010-2019 11%
2000-2009 30%
1990-1999 54%
1980-1989 3%
1970-1979 2%

Damn, this is interesting. One might think that the latest decade will be the best. After all, gaming should get better as the industry progresses. But I'm going to be completely nostalgic and say the 90s lol. It was the era of Sega vs Nintendo. The beginning and end of the Dreamcast. The rise of Playstation. It was also a time when consoles were self contained machines. There was no DLC or microtransactions. What you bought was what you got. It was also a time when the experience of buying a game was almost as fun as actually playing them. Was it a perfect time? No, but that's what nostalgia is all about!

What say you, SW? Best decade in gaming?

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#1 Telekill
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The 90's was my favorite decade bit that's because I got my NES in 1991, my Game Gear in 1992, my Genesis in 1993, my Playstation in 1995 and my Dreamcast in 1999. All fantastic systems.

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#2 Guntster22
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The 90's for me. My mind was blown when I purchased my first 3d graphics card. Also there were plenty of fps. Today's game are far more advanced but the 90's @ 00's were when games were bountiful.

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#3 Fedor
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The 90s.

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#4  Edited By Archangel3371
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I’m going with 1990 - 1999. Tons of great games on the SNES like:

- Chrono Trigger

- Final Fantasy VI

- The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

- Super Mario World

- Contra III: The Alien Wars

- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time

- Super Castlevania IV

- Demon’s Crest

- Breath of Fire 1 and 2

- Sparkster

- Final Fight

- Mega Man X, X2, and X3

- Super Metroid

I could go on and on.

Also there was a lot of great games hitting the arcades like Street Fighter II, Lethal Enforcers, etc.

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#5 DaVillain-  Moderator
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I love the 90's.

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#6 BassMan
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@davillain- said:

I love the 90's.

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Yup, 90s eurodance is the greatest. :)

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the 80s

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90's.

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#9  Edited By warmblur
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I was born in the early 80's and been gaming since the late 80s and experience alot of shit. I remember the birth of the ESRB from all the Mortal Kombat rage and Nighttrap lol. Also the jump from 2-D to 3-D 80's and 90's where great. But without any nostalgia biased I'm going with the 00's easily for these reasons.

  • The birth of open world games starting with GTA 3
  • The amazing Multiplayer games like Battlefield 2
  • The Havok Physics engine made gameplay so much more satisfy games like Max Payne 2 and Half Life 2 really showed how much physics can improve the feel of a game.
  • GTA: SA maybe the most ambitious Rockstar game
  • F.E.A.R. to this day IMO nothing has topped it's amazing gun fights not even Doom 2016 or any of the new Wolfenstein games.
  • The best sports games ever WWF No Mercy, SSX Tricky, SSX3, WWE here comes the pain Def Jam fight for NY.
  • The best racing series was born Burnout IMO Burnout 3 Takedown is the best
  • Resident Evil 4 still the greatest in the series RE2 remake is damn close though
  • Crysis the game that push graphics to a place that nobody thought was possible back in 07 also the gameplay is great not like the shitty sequels
  • Mirror's Edge a unique IP that still feels special today and really started parkour in gaming Dying Light wouldn't exist without it.

This is just some of the reasons why I believe the 00's was the decade of gaming and I still go back to alot these games because the gameplay is still fun and in someways better then some modern titles.

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#10 SOedipus
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Late 90s to early 00s was my favourite. From that list I went with 90-99.

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Early 2000s. PS1 and PS2 era is the best era in gaming for me. Everyone wants to make games back then and we got so many genres and so many classics.

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@davillain- said:

I love the 90's.

Exactly... like, who doesn't?

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#13 warmblur
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@SolidGame_basic said:
@davillain- said:

I love the 90's.

Exactly... like, who doesn't?

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#14  Edited By ArchoNils2
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That's pretty easy, the 90s. From there in both direction it gets worse every decade (i.e. 90s > 00s > 10s)

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#15  Edited By my_user_name
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I think everyone should post how old they are when they give their choice.... 27 here

I had a genesis in the 90s. Played other systems at friends house, but honestly there's very little I care to revisit and 3d games are pretty meh from then imo.

3d gaming really hit its stride after the PS2 came out imo. All 3 systems that gen were worth owning.

PS3/ 360 era was pretty good too.

Now the bigger companies just rehash the same old franchises. Alot of studios release schedules have slowed way down. Insomniac released 3 Resistance games + 463 Ratchet and Clank games last gen. This gen they've released 3 games. Naughty Dog has only released 1, soon to be 2. They released 4 last gen. Rockstar has released 1 new game this gen.

Ofcourse there's also the plague of lootboxes/mtx ( which ties into Rockstar only releasing 1 game since it seems they're just going to milk GTA/RDR)

Indies can provide some entertainment but there are not nearly enough good ones to fill the void left.

This turned into a rant about modern gaming..... woops....

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#16 jeezers
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Was going to put 90s

But honestly the ps2 catalouge was insane, og xbox and gamcube were great as well, and PC gaming was peaking. Unreal tounament 2004, Dawn of war, C&C, counter strike , yeah 2000s win overall.

But I did love the N64 days

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#17 Ghosts4ever  Online
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00s by far.

come on. you have masterpeices like

  • Half life 2
  • Deus Ex
  • STALKER SoC
  • Doom 3
  • Max Payne 1
  • Mafia 1
  • FEAR
  • Crysis 1
  • Splinter cell Chaos Theory
  • Hitman 2 and Blood money
  • and many mores

you cant go wrong with it.

while 90s particalarly late 90s was great but people overrate it much as 90s games donot age well. 00s games age perfectly well

now if we are talking about 2010s. its a mixed bag. when it suck, it really suck, when it rocks, it really rocks. there is no mid in between.

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@warmblur said:

  • GTA: SA maybe the most ambitious Rockstar game

thats wrong. no way GTA SA is more ambitious than RDR2.

I really hated it even when it was released. imo RDR2 is by far best open world rockstar game in literally everyway from gameplay to story to immersion.

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#19 uninspiredcup
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1998.

Always 1998.

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#20 Renegade_Fury
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Most of my favorite games are from the 90's, so I have to go with that era.

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1998.

Always 1998.

2004 and 2007 were better than 1998 imo.

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#22 warmblur
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@ghosts4ever said:
@warmblur said:
  • GTA: SA maybe the most ambitious Rockstar game

thats wrong.no way GTA SA is more ambitious than RDR2.

I really hated it even when it was released. imo RDR2 is by far best open world rockstar game in literally everyway from gameplay to story to immersion.

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I'm 37, and my favorite era is the 00's. I generally prefer 3D games, and by gen 6 the early kinks had been worked out. All controllers had two sticks, in-game cameras finally worked right, graphics were clean and genuinely pretty. This was the sweet spot where most ideas were technically feasable, but before budgets go so big that publishers were terrified of risk. Tony Hawk and Blitz gave rise to fun, over the top takes on every sport imaginable. I mean, they made a wakeboarding game, and it was actually great.

Not to say that I didn't love games in the 90's or now, this is just my overall preference.

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#24 Douglas129
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The 90s I loved..

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@warmblur said:
@ghosts4ever said:
@warmblur said:
  • GTA: SA maybe the most ambitious Rockstar game

thats wrong.no way GTA SA is more ambitious than RDR2.

I really hated it even when it was released. imo RDR2 is by far best open world rockstar game in literally everyway from gameplay to story to immersion.

while its subjective which is better. but RDR2 is so detailed and immersive like its new Crysis of this generation.

GTA SA was even dated for 2004/05. as HL2, Doom 3 and FEAR also released on these times.

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@Archangel3371: I voted 90's also but because of the Mega Drive which was easily better than the SNES, and also Rocket Knight Adventures > Sparkster :)

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#27 AcidTango
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The 90's for me.

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#28 Archangel3371
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@i_p_daily: Well you’re entitled to your opinion no matter how wrong it may be. :P

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#29 Jag85
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1. 1990s

2. 2000s

3. 1980s

4. 2010s

5. 1970s

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The 1990's, and definitely for PC Gamers like myself....

1997-2000 was the Golden Age of PC Gaming, and although 2000 was strong also, 1997-1999 was phenomenal with 25 GREAT games a year.

This is not even mentioning the great console games of the decade.

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#31 I_P_Daily
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@Archangel3371 said:

@i_p_daily: Well you’re entitled to your opinion no matter how right it may be. :P

Thanks dude appreciated :P

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#32 warmblur
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@ghosts4ever said:
@warmblur said:
@ghosts4ever said:
@warmblur said:
  • GTA: SA maybe the most ambitious Rockstar game

thats wrong.no way GTA SA is more ambitious than RDR2.

I really hated it even when it was released. imo RDR2 is by far best open world rockstar game in literally everyway from gameplay to story to immersion.

while its subjective which is better. but RDR2 is so detailed and immersive like its new Crysis of this generation.

GTA SA was even dated for 2004/05. as HL2, Doom 3 and FEAR also released on these times.

I disagree mostly yeah the graphics where never anything special but it was the size and scope of SA that made it ambitious not to mention this was the first GTA where you could fly jets and planes and then freaking parachute from them sounds like nothing special now but in 04 it was amazing. You also have 3 major cities in it L.A., San Fransisco and Las Vegas plus country side and desert areas it's extremely impressive that they where able to pull that off on a PS2. Now don't get me wrong RDR2 is a incredible game I double dipped on it the game is gorgeous and everything about the game is high quality but SA for it's time was ground breaking it's a massive achievement.

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The 1990's, and definitely for PC Gamers like myself....

1997-2000 was the Golden Age of PC Gaming, and although 2000 was strong also, 1997-1999 was phenomenal with 25 GREAT games a year.

This is not even mentioning the great console games of the decade.

True Golden age was 1998 -2007. this was the era that was full of masterpieces after masterpieces.

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90-99 so much good stuff dropped i mean just unbelievable pC games you got epic consoles you got the GBA I mean yeah

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#35 Yams1980
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Had to pick 90s but i can pick a thick selection of games I like from 1990s/2000's and even 2010's.

There's a strong handful of games even in 2010+ i like but with the infestation of microtransactions i can't really say i like where gaming is heading. It all started going downhill fast after Simcity 2013. That's where I knew all my games I liked were going to be turned into trash online only games filled with tricks to take my money away.

There are some games that are clean still that come out but i miss the days when you bought a game and it was clean and finished with nothing cut out of it and the price you paid for it was it, no tricks.

F2P MMO's are like a virus, they spread their lootbox/microtransaction ideas to the mainstream games, even single player games have them now. It all traces back to them. And I guess if I had to pick an earlier warning point, the early 2000's had the warning sign when these f2p mmo's started coming out but these corporations like EA and the other large ones didn't realize the free money they could get until the last few years..

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#36 AFBrat77
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@ghosts4ever:

I think PC games generally lost their way after 2000 largely due to competition with consoles. PC games went from about 25 great games s year in the late 90's and 2000 to about 10 a year after 2000, Most PC gaming magazines folded. Games were usually made with consoles in mind first and foremost.

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#37  Edited By Ghosts4ever  Online
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@AFBrat77 said:

@ghosts4ever:

I think PC games generally lost their way after 2000 largely due to competition with consoles. PC games went from about 25 great games s year in the late 90's and 2000 to about 10 a year after 2000, Most PC gaming magazines folded. Games were usually made with consoles in mind first and foremost.

i dont know what PC games you are playing. come on after 2000. we got Deus Ex, Half life 2, Crysis, STALKER, FEAR, Splinter cell trilogy, Return to castle wolfenstein, COD when they were good, MOH allied assault.

it was golden time for PC gamers.

late 90s was excellent but people overrate it too much.

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1 2000-2009 2 2010 -2019 for me

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#39 KillzoneSnake
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2000s

Half Life 2, Killzone 2, Resident Evil 4, Silent Hill 2-3-4, Metal Gear Solid 2-3-4, Americas Army SF, Dead Rising, Bioshock, Mass Effect, God of War I-II, GTA III-Vice City-San Andreas-IV, Uncharted 2, Shadow of the Colossus, Max Payne, Dead Space... best time by far.

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#40 mojito1988
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Now is the best time for gaming. So much more choice and variety. When I was a kid in the 80's there were very few games out at a time, now we have a constant barrage of content to choose from a crazy good prices compared to that time. I still remember when Phantasy Star 4 was in stores for $99.00! Had to image that, but I bought it day one. (and $99.00 then is NOT $99.00 today just so you know).

Today when I go on to Steam or the Nintendo/Playstation store, it is an embarrassment of riches that most people simply take for granted. So much content, most of it on rotating sales. Old games, new games, indies, and new creative indies all the time. Now is a great time to game. Best there has ever been.

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#41  Edited By KungfuKitten
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In the 90's we had big jumps forwards, experimental PC gaming, and yet absolutely stunning games for the time.

I do think we have better games now (generally speaking), many more games, and much more convenience. We also have way more bullshit in gaming today. We see some new types of games (for instance survival games and battle royales) and some types of games have (almost) disappeared. (Traditional RTS, hybrid RTS, godgames.) I vote 90's but it's practically a toss up for me.

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#42 glez13
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I liked every one of the four I have experienced, but if I have to do a list:

1. 90's

2. 00's

3. 10's

4. 80's

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#43  Edited By AFBrat77
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@ghosts4ever said:
@AFBrat77 said:

@ghosts4ever:

I think PC games generally lost their way after 2000 largely due to competition with consoles. PC games went from about 25 great games s year in the late 90's and 2000 to about 10 a year after 2000, Most PC gaming magazines folded. Games were usually made with consoles in mind first and foremost.

i dont know what PC games you are playing. come on after 2000. we got Deus Ex, Half life 2, Crysis, STALKER, FEAR, Splinter cell trilogy, Return to castle wolfenstein, COD when they were good, MOH allied assault.

it was golden time for PC gamers.

late 90s was excellent but people overrate it too much.

Those were pretty good but I'd still take Half-Life, GLQuake, Quake 2, Quake 3, Starcraft/Brood War, Fallout 1 and 2, Baldurs Gate 1 and 2, Diablo 1 and 2, Jedi Knight 1 and 2, Tomb Raider 1-4, Grim Fandango, Curse of Monkey Island, Unreal, Unreal Tournament '99, Total Anhilation, Sacrifice, Dungeon Keeper, Sanitarium, Myth 1 and 2, etc., etc., etc, over those and I love Half-Life 2, Far Cry, Crysis and Guild Wars.

Great Gameplay trumps Great Graphics for me, though I will admit Graphics can enhance game immersion. The late 90's were a wild time for PC games, creativity peaked there as developers saw a big future for PC games then.

No way were the late 90's and 2000 overrated for PC Gaming. Can't speak for consoles. 1997-2000, inclusive, 4 years of intense greatness.

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#44  Edited By SaltSlasher
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90s were great and all, but they don't stand up against 10's, sorry.

Its like trying to compare Pacman and Atari games to SNES games, but way worst. Yeah we had Contra, Super Metroid and awesome point and click, but how many of those do we have now, in 10s? Yeah they are all made in inspiration, but fact is people just as soon play Hollow Knight of Ori than Metroid.

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#45 Jag85
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@AFBrat77 said:

The 1990's, and definitely for PC Gamers like myself....

1997-2000 was the Golden Age of PC Gaming, and although 2000 was strong also, 1997-1999 was phenomenal with 25 GREAT games a year.

This is not even mentioning the great console games of the decade.

I'd say the '90s was the golden age of gaming, period. On PC, consoles, and arcades.

The exception was handhelds, which peaked later in the 2000s. And mobiles, which haven't peaked yet.

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#46  Edited By catlike
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I haven't touched a 90's game, but here it goes:

The 2000's (especially around 2003 but not exclusively) is my favorite decade because of Stars Wars Clone Wars on Xbox, and a few other games on that console + Legacy of Goku 2 on Nintendo DS + Shrek the Third and other awesome games on the Nintendo DS.

Next come's the 2010's for me. U can emulate games from the past in this decade of gaming + modern day LEGO games are pretty fun to play, even if people would disagree with me on that, or have the opinion that LEGO games were more fun back in the day (and I mean in the 2000's).

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#48  Edited By Ghost120x
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Tough choice between the 90s and early 00s. I got to go with the early 00s. The GameCube and PS2 combo was amazing. 3D gaming got all the kinks out from the early 3D consoles. Gaming wasn't completely mainstream yet for greedy publishers and investors to take the life out of the industry.

Unlike the 90s, there was a strong AA middle market full of decent games. The 90s games you only remember are the timeless classics, but the rest was completely garbage and forgotten rightfully so. Gaming was seen as a kid thing during this timeframe and licensed crap was made to fool kids into getting their parents to buy garbage. Overall, I do love the 90s, but it's unbalanced. The highs were extremely high and the lows were some of the worst.

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#49  Edited By dimebag667
Member since 2003 • 1355 Posts

I love the 90's...love them! But 2000-2009 gave me Diablo 2 and Halo CE, and I've played those more than anything. Oh, and socom.

1. 00's

2. 90's

3. 80's

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#50 Coolyfett
Member since 2008 • 6176 Posts

Bruh is this a serious question? 1990-1999 easily!