10) Super Mario III (NES) Best selling NES game, and for a reason. Without a shadow of a doubt, it is/was the best Mario game to date. So huge, and with so much depth. 9) Pacman (Arcade Coin-Op) Legendary, old, yet a classic and still ultra additive. My personal favorite from the 80's. I would live for the quarter (25 cent piece), just to play this game. 8) Tetris (Multi-platform) Simple game, yet addictive and challenging. The only puzzle game that attracted a huge diverse audience. 7) Final Fantasy III (SNES) Arguably the best Final Fantasy game from the series. At the time - break through sound, graphics, and game play. 6) Mario Kart (SNES) Racing around with go carts? Cartoon graphics? Well, this is quite possibly the best racing game ever made. You can just pick up this game and start playing. 5) Dragon Warrior IV (NES) This does everything a RPG should do. 4) Mortal Kombat II (Arcade Coin-Op) The best fighting game ever. The graphics, sound, and deep character depth makes this one a classic. Not to be confused with MK I, MKIII, and MKIV, which were all pieces of shit. 3) Dragon Warrior I (NES) Pure RPG. No fat. 2) Doom (PC) Although Wolfenstien was the originator, Doom and Doom II took FPS to a whole new level. This game changed the way we played PC games. and.... Number 1 is.... 1) Legend of Zelda (NES) This is what a video game is all about. You get lost, find a map, find your way, and have fun. Great games that are worth mentioning (It pains me that there isn't enough room in the top 10) Resident Evil Quake III Chrono Trigger Street Fighter II Starfox Final Fantasy IV Castlevania Tekken II Pong Double Dragon Strider Wonderboy in Monsterland Bionic Commano Megaman (take your pick - they're all the same) Mario 64 Kid Icarus Super Mario World Lemmings Secret of Mana Mario Bros. Super Metroid Space Invaders Final Fantasy VII Myst Halo Daytona SimCity Donkey Kong Counter-Strike Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past Blah, and 1,000 more.. What's your list?