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Best First- Person Shooters

Head of and designer of archetypal FPS Doom counts down the greatest in the genre.

Half-Life 2 (PC, 2004)
“Quite simply, this is the perfect FPS and hasn’t been beat. The graphics are still amazing—it’s a masterpiece.”

Star Wars: Dark Forces (PC, 1995)
“Dark Forces took the direction of creating a new hero [Kyle Katarn] to blast your way through many diverse levels full of Star Wars universe enemies in a new story line.”

Ghost Recon (PC, 2001)
“This game never gets old. The enemy AI has the uncanny ability to change its behavior and destroy any hope you had of mapping the game or building a pattern of attack.”

Outlaws (PC, 1997)
“Outlaws was in a league of its own. Innovative multiplayer options kept the game alive for several years.”

Duke Nukem 3D (PC, 1996)
“What Duke Nukem 3D brought to the genre was a kick-ass main character in a world of violence, humor, and environmental interaction. Duke 3D had one of the most thorough sets of multiplayer options of any game, and death match was seriously fun. This game was truly awesome.”

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