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by Joshua Simenhoff November 20, 2017 at 11:10 AM"
"The vote will run for seven days and end on Monday, November 7."
Also some of the choices of games/characters where truly bad.
I don't disagree. To this day I never got the hype around Final Fantasy 7. But to me 6 was a better game and that's just preference.
A lot of this comes down to a bunch of games put in a pool and people voting based on preference. The R6 series has some good games but I don't think they have defined gaming as much as some of the title on this list, not all of course as some choices are pretty meh TBH.
dont really give a shit about edition/movie parts of a game.
would like to see EVERY game having a SP mode that works offline and not some castrated online-crap they sell as such (ubi-> siege),
and maybe start doing demos (first level etc), so we can experience it and decide if we want to buy the game.