The unquestionably greatest games of all time -- according to us

Tempers flare as we poll our journalists to discover what they believe are the best computer and console games of all time.

Leisure Suit Larry

Andrew Hendry, ComputerWorld Web monkey and ink-flinger: After seconds of internal conflict I fought off the urge to name some classic PC title like King's Quest, Hero's Quest or Wolfenstein 3D as my all time favourite game. Instead I've opted for that balding, cheesy, sex-obsessed loser known as Leisure Suit Larry. I mean, what other game would react to the type command "piss your pants" with the response "A warm feeling spreads down your leg." Not to mention all those cheesy sexual double-entendres, the High Colonic Room, Dr Nonookee, or the lesbian cannibal Amazon slot machine repairwoman. It may be more than 15 years since I've played any of Larry games, I haven't even tried the new one, but between the ages of eight to 13 these games absolutely cracked me up.

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