It was the legendary Shingeru Miyamoto who famously said “A delayed game is eventually good, a bad game is bad forever.” While this is not always true (I’m looking at you Duke Nukem Forever) we can understand the general principal of this statement. There has always been a divide between the video game companies and […]
You see lists similar to these crop up all the time. “Top 10 most influential games”, “Top 50 greatest games of all time”. Each list different from the last, driven by the personal preferences of the writer and written from an angle of how important that game was within its specific genre, medium or decade. But what about the games that transcended the videogame circle, which not only had an impact on the gaming world but also bled into the mainstream.