And what better way to celebrate than a complete do-over of our most cherished, argued-over list?Welcome to the new and improved list of the 100 Best Games Ever.It's got the official licenses for a load of real stores, which sounds insipid but actually serves to give the cartoonish world a surreal twist.
There's King, where you can only fire from random safety zones.
There's Waves, which tasks you with destroying horizontal and vertical lines of rockets.
hurrah from the core team behind Golden Eye 007, Timesplitters 2's status as a local multiplayer great remains untarnished in the HD age.
Iconic characters (Robofish is banned on the grounds of Oddjob rules, natch), finely-crafted levels, and a memorable suite of weapons (who can forget the brick?
Forget nostalgia - these are the finest games you can play right , even accounting for modern standards or series unfamiliarity. As such, it captures the earlier films' spirit perfectly - specifically the original, where a single alien puts up more than enough fight.
To prevent long-running series like Mario and Zelda from unbalancing the list, we're only allowing one game per series (with representatives for both the 2D and 3D iterations if need be). It's scary enough for you to hide in a locker or crouch under a table when you hear so much as a blip on your chunky green radar, or ready a flashbang when you see the sharp end of a physics-enabled tail whip round a corner.While it doesn't push in new directions as far BF2 did, tell a story as effectively as Bad Company, or have the shiny visuals of BF4, it's just a fantastic multiplayer game.Its class types are well rounded, it balances on-foot combat with vehicular mayhem, it's (mostly) solid online, and the DLC is largely brilliant.Especially those which let you tap Square to amputate your own finger.Buy it on Amazon There's something about Battlefield 3 that hits the sweet spot for the series.Alternatively, you could skip the whole 'subtlety' thing and just shoot out the bottom of the pool with a shotgun.