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5. Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater

Many fans of Kojima's work will argue until they're blue in the face that Metal Gear Solid 3 is the best game in Konami's super-popular stealth-action series. From double-crosses, to Snake's emotional battle against his beloved mentor, the ending of Snake Eater is loaded with emotion. And then there's the epic finale in which Snake is given the title of Big Boss. This is a prequel done right. A story that not only stands incredibly well on its own, but does a great job in brining everything full circle. Ah, just thinking about it makes me want to go back and play it again... for a fifth time.

4. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time


Ocarina of Time is not only the greatest Zelda game ever made, it's quite possibly the best game to ever come out of Nintendo. I'm a sucker for games that deal with time, and Ocarina of Time handles it so well at the very end. There's just something magical about returning to the past after experiencing so much as both young and adult Link. If you need a refresher, just watch the video above and tell me you're not impressed. I dare you.
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