1UP looks at the most whored-out games in history

If there were a god of gaming, he'd be angry. Many games hold no allegiance to any particular digital domain or deity; they come and go as they please across multiple consoles and computer systems. Something about their impressive sales figures or their publishers' insistence on universal availability means that a chosen few prominent games have graced every gaming platform on the market and beyond. Is this phenomenon an indicator of the games' enduring public appeal, or is it simply a case of publishers overextending the franchise in a voracious quest for new sources of revenue?

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