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The 10 Most Influential Retro Games

Posted on Friday, December 14 @ 12:53:22 PST by KevinS
For the last two weeks, our retro games specialist Kevin Schaller has furiously written what we at Game Revolution believe to be the 10 Most Influential Retro Games ever made. It was a hard-fought list to be sure; we sacrificed many prinnies and even a few dragon souls to appease the video game gods.

It would have been rather random to say which ones where more influential than the other, so we revealed them in no particular order. But maybe you think we missed some that didn't make it: "Blesphemy!"

Do you agree with our picks? Sounds out in the comments! ~Ed. Nick



Final Fantasy




Street Fighter II

Super Mario Bros.


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