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#5 - Modern Warfare 2 Tactical Nuke. From one nuke to another. Gamer Sandy Ravage shows off his serious pwnage skills and secures himself the nuclear option.

#4 - Street Fighter Comeback. This footage from a 2004 Street Fighter Tournament demonstrates an incredible level of skill and a full parry for the win.

#3 - Halo 3 Killstreak Of 72. You have never done this well in Halo and you never will. Gamer I Tru BaLLa I has some serious skills.

#2 - World of Warcraft Funeral Raid. Cruel? Yes. Hilarious? Undeniably. Pwnage level: MAX. When an avid WoW player died in real life, her guild decided to hold an in-game funeral. A rival guild chose raid over respect and gained many kills in the process.

#1 EVE Online Titan Kill. Some of you will need an explanation for this one. That giant ship in the middle is an Avatar class Titan. It's so huge that most of those tiny ships around it are enormous battleships themselves. That starship was worth trillions in EVE's in-game currency. It represents a year's worth of work by hundreds of players to build it. And then it took the organized work of hundreds more to coordinate that trap, lure it in, and destroy it. And because EVE is hardcore that baby is gone. Thousads of man-hours of work wiped out for good. You just can't get more pwned than that in a video game.

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