“The Best Video Games I’ve Played” by The New York Times

“There’s nothing like the sound of a guitar on a beach, even if it’s the sound you’re hearing on the other side of the wall.

There’s nothing quite like the sight of a group of people holding hands and walking through the woods together.

I don’t think anyone wants to play a video game on their phone, but I love this.”

–The New York, June 2, 2017When it comes to the most popular video games of all time, the “Best Video Games” title seems to have been given to games from the early 1990s to the present.

In that time, more than a dozen video games have been released, and the list is a long one.

These games were mostly great, but each of them also featured some sort of “fatal flaw” that made the gameplay less enjoyable for players.

But why was this flaw so prevalent in these games?

And why did these games feel like they were “perfect” for their generation of players?

Here are 10 of the games I consider the “most memorable” video games for me.1.

Grand Theft Auto V2.

Grand Turismo 53.

Borderlands 2 4.

Madden NFL 155.

Grandpa Simulator 6.

Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare7.

NBA 2K15.

Final Fantasy Tactics Advance8.

Mortal Kombat X9.

Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare10.

World of Goo