Here is a list of some classics that would definitely fit here :
. Blade Runner
. Deus Ex
. Legacy Of Kain games (espcially the first Blood Omen and the first Soul Reaver)
. Little Big Adventure 1 & 2
. Max Payne 1 & 2
. Tomb Raider 2
. Flashback : The Quest For Identity
. Omikron : The Nomad Soul
. Resident Evil 1, 2 & 3
. Classic Star Wars games like : Dark Forces, Jedi Knight : Dark Forces 2, Jedi Knight : Mysteries Of The Sith, Rogue Squadron 3D, Shadows Of The Empire, X-Wing Alliance, etc...
Now, a few words about some less popular ones, but great nonetheless :
. G-Police : futuristic helicopter simulation in a Blade Runner-like universe with great atmosphere, storyline and cutscenes.
. Overboard ! : first 3D game I've ever played ! Sail a pirate ship and fight your way through colourful levels (there's also a fun multiplayer mode).
. O.D.T. : Escape Or Die Trying : a interesting mix of action, adventure, shooter, puzzle-solving and RPG set in a steampunk world with a gloomy atmosphere.
. Comix Zone : classic "street fighting game" set in a comic book... It's short (6 levels) but the game is quite hard and offers an interesting challenge.
. Dino Crisis : it might be a "Resident Evil with dinosaurs", but it is a good one. Do not compare it to Dino Crisis 3, which is awful and almost unrelated.
. Dark Reign : I'm really not into RTS games, but this one left a good impression on me, even though I've never been able to get past the fifth or sixth mission (I suck at RTS games)
. Rayman 2 : The Great Escape : I was a bit surprised to see that the Rayman games had very little votes. I think they were made by Michel Ancel, who created Beyond Good & Evil.
Now, those I never played :
. Shadow Man
. System Shock 2
. Crusader : No Remorse & Crusader : No Regret
I was wondering... Do votes have any influence of some sort ? How do the GOG team choose their games ?
Post edited August 23, 2010 by Willdo