Gonna chuck this in here as an outsider. As far as I know, hardly anybody played this game, but I did and a loved it. It was a Tomb Raider alike, but from a Sony first party studio you knew you were getting quality. Try to find a second hand copy and play it on your old PS2.
4) Hitman: Blood Money
One of the very select few games I've ever completed and gone back to get 100%. I played this on PS2 and managed to get a Silent Assassin rating on every level, even if it was on normal difficulty.
The original God Game, I don't think anything has quite lived up to it. I spent most of a year playing this on my Amiga while at university, it was the only thing that could pull me away from Sim City the first.
2) Tomb Raider
This was my no.1 gaming series, but the original game was the best. The atmosphere was perfect, there weren't too many human enemies to make Lara a mass murderer that she turned into in the latter games. Best of all were the puzzles, level-spanning meta puzzles with switches opening doors to more puzzles, the series didn't really get back to this, even Anniversary trimmed the original game.
The daddy! This is the one game I've put more time into than any other. I played on C64 and actually re-arranged my bedroom to make it more cockpit like so I could play this game properly. Looking forward to seeing what Mr Braben does with Elite: Dangerous. I reckon I could still dock manually without scraping the sides. :-)
So go on, show me yours! Or argue the hell out of mine.
Edited by Tyrion, 16 November 2012 - 13:16.