After a week of looking back through video gaming's first five decades, it's now down to you to decide which year is the greatest of them all.
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Kat did her best to finish Super Mario Bros. 3 in an hour. Watch the archived stream here!
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There have been many memorable periods in gaming history, but which years were the most important? That's what we're looking at this week as we celebrate the greatest years in gaming history. We're starting with 1991 - a critical year for consoles, handhelds and the emerging gaming PC.
How many games have you bought over the years? Tens? Hundreds? Maybe even more? We're sure you have plenty of favorites. But which one do you regret buying the most?
Jaz and Jeremy talk to adventure game pioneer Dave Lebling about the early days of Zork, Infocom, sarcastic parsers, and the joy of feelies.
Inti Creates takes what it learned from Mega Man Zero/ZX and heads in a whole new direction.
25 years ago, the world's first handheld RPG was also Squaresoft's most daring creation.
We look back at Circle of the Moon, Dawn of the Sorrow, and the rest and render our verdict.
Green Lava Studios' masocore platformer might be operating from a familiar template, but a few interesting twists make it more than just a copycat.
How Harvest Moon helped one gamer overcome her struggles with ADD.
Hollow Fragment is a big, competently-produced anime tie-in that doesn't excel in any aspect other than size.
While lacking the polish of its sequel EarthBound, Nintendo's first true RPG still marched to its own beat.
Stardock is preparing to launch another galaxy-spanning empire with Galactic Civilizations III. See how the beta is going.
A pioneering RPG on PCs and a weird aberration on Super NES, Drakkhen's legacy is vague yet fascinating.
The whole world has gone topsy-turvy as we tackle the Inverted Castle and bring Symphony of the Night to its true finale.
Ever wondered what Final Fantasy XIII might have been like as a PC RPG? 25 years ago, SSI answered that question preemptively.