Radutron says: This has been on tons of "Best Of" lists, and was included in the Smithsonian History of Video Games Exhibit. Let this 22-year gaming vet screw it into your head: Play it.
Radutron says: This is was fun because I got to play as a cocky douche action hero, who got chicks. The slogans that Duke said was a first in gaming for me. Tons of fun with this B-Movie-esque FPS.
Radutron says: First time I've ever heard swearing in a video game. Playing a scrawny redneck, and beating his friend Bubba with a crowbar to END THE LEVEL, was fun and rebellious for a 12-year-old like me at the time.
Radutron says: A racing game that I didn't have to race-to-win. When you play this game, just run over the peds, and hunt down every other racer. This game is like Friday: FUN FUN FUN FUN.
Radutron says: The ONLY FPS game I've ever enjoyed both Single-Player, and Multi-Player. The GOTY Edition adds more options for battles, and its super fun. Back when add-ons, and skins were FREE.
Radutron says: This fun sim I have fond memories playing as a pre-teen. I remember my dad (whose a nurse) would laugh at the lady on the intercom. That laugh was the only affirmation that my dad was ok with me playing video-games. At least this one.
Radutron says: One of the best FPSs I've ever played. SHODAN is to SS2, what GLaDOs is to Portal. Hearing The Many talk to you and scare you with their voice was a bone-chilling experience. An awesome survival-horror FPS-RPG.
Radutron says: One of my first CD-ROM game experiences. I was blown away how this game looked like a cartoon that I could play. The music is what really brought it to life for me though. Especially meeting Betilla The Fairy. That score is soooooo beautiful.
Radutron says: I played this game only because it was the asian Duke Nukem. The game hasn't particularly aged very well. In fact I'd say the Shareware version is probably the best in terms of level variety. Still worth the playthrough though.
Radutron says: One of the only games I haven't beat yet. I was immersed into this game and thanks to the music, very afraid of being alone. Each screen or puzzle I did anticipated more mystery. MYSTery! Get it?!
Radutron says: There's something about a game that looks serious but the characters what inhabit that serious world are cartoonish, and hilarious. The makers of Earthworm Jim cranked out a great 3rd-person shooter. Must play.
Radutron says: One of best space flight-sim shooters I've played since TIE FIGHTER. Maybe its just me, but I got total vertigo with playing this game. Big battle cruisers were absolutely horrifying to approach. The dog-fights were always fun.
Treat your GOGmix as your child - name it! ;)
Coming up with a cool and descriptive title should be your first priority. Being original is in your best interest - bet you wanna get lots of nice votes, right? Go all crazy if you want, but be sure to keep it civil!
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Pick a game that belongs in your GOGmix from the list, or find it by typing something in the text field. Relevance is key here - Earthworm Jim doesn't quite fit the "Sexiest heroines of all time" bill now, does it?
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