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.

Unreal Tournament

James Hutchinson, journalist: I’ll admit — I’m a sucker for gruesome shoot-em-ups and, when it comes down to it, Unreal Tournament could rip any competitor to shreds. Released at the same time as Quake 3 Arena, it wasn’t uncommon to participate in fights as to which team-oriented bloodbath was better, but I’d take UT any day. With old school favourites like the Flak Gun, Rocket Launcher and Dual Enforcers, the original Unreal Tournament undoubtedly gave birth to bloodlust in teenagers everywhere as they finally found a way to unleash any adolescent anger they might have had. Subsequent sequels prettied up the game a bit and made everything a lot faster, but the old school panache of the original wins hands down.

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