#1 game would be Quake 3. I clocked in thousands of hours over the course of a couple years, switching from mod to mod; threewave, noghost, Insta, f4a, defrag, ra3.. It's an incredible game because its so clean and "pure" compared to others IMO. The weapons have their benefits and drawbacks depending on your range. It's not like COD where you just switch between 2 weapons at the most, or probably just stick to one.. I consider it as much of a stratagy game as it is an FPS because spammers usually don't win. Even good aim isn't enough to win and winners don't get an advantage (like killstreak awards). Not to mention, the tight-knit community was great. Sure, there were **** but at least your remembered their name haha. People actually had an identity. #2 game is Final Fantasy 7 As far as campaigns go, FF7 was the best. It's the type of game that you get what you put into it. Personally, I didn't blaze through it, I just took it slow and focused on leveling up. By the time I started really progressing, I could wipe out just about any opponent in one slash haha. Very satisfying. It seems like there's ALWAYS something better to unlock. The enemies may seem easy at first, until you encounter what I call the "Super Bosses" that may take like a half hour to beat at least.. It's insane how much content was packed into that game, though it was like 5 disks from what I remember. #3 game is Half Life 2 Do I really need to explain this one? Everyone is familiar with it. I liked it because it didn't have annoying cliches or corny dialogue like Rage. It was linear, which I like as opposed to a game where you run around in circles. It had good puzzles and such. The balance between zombie apocolypse and alien-invasion-aftermath-distopia-with-wierd-creatures-too just made it an interesting game and it had a cinematic quality about it. No other game I like enough to put 4 or 5.