The Citizen Kane of video games

"It seems that a lot of gamers, not to mention game journalists, have gotten it into their heads that our chosen form of recreation won't be taken seriously unless we recognise a landmark achievement within the history of gaming; the video game equivalent to Orson Welles' Citizen Kane."

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thedisagreefairy3086d ago

i wish more well written articles are brought to n4g

EvilTwin3086d ago

For modern, 3D gaming, I don't think any game has been more influential than Ocarina of Time. Mario64 was like a test run for OoT, which put it all together to make the first real "holy crap, would you look at that!" virtual 3D world.

But that's just my $0.02.