EDGE’S TOP 100 GAMES OF ALL TIME
59. StarFox 64
Fixed rail shooter of the old school; straddling the world of SNES and Nintendo 64.
58. Tempest 2000
Jeff Minter’s hyper-surreal puzzle shooter for Atari’s Jaguar was certainly the best thing about that benighted console.
57. Soul Calibur
Namco’s Dreamcast fighter was an innovator in 3D gameplay nd, in its time, stunningly good-looking.
56. Guitar Hero
Created a new genre by combining a rock-out controller and simple gameplay.
Tactical FPS based on a Half-Life mod. An online favorite.
54. Chrono Trigger
Square’s SNES RPG wasc developed by Hironobu Sakaguchi, Kazuhiko Aoki, Nobuo Uematsu, Yuuji Horii and Akira Toriyama. How could it fail to be wonderful?
53. Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 2
Open-ended skating game from a franchise that doesn’t stop delivering.
52. Disgaea: Hour Of Darkness
Hard-core RPG from Atlus, that challenged even the most devoted fans of the genre.
51. Pokemon Ruby/Sapphire
It’s been ten years since Pokemon games started to appear on Game Boy. Here were the best of the bunch.
Yu Suzuki’s big budget Dreamcast adventure told the story of a young man in search of his father’s killers.