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.

NBA Live 2000

Elias Plastiras, Test Centre Manager: For a basketball nut, 1999 was a good year. This was the year NBA Live 2000 was released, complete with the most important player of our generation — Michael Jordan! I spent countless hours controlling him in one-on-one mode, hoping to blow by my opponent for a big dunk on every single play. Conversely, there was nothing like making a three over Jordan's out-stretched arm to win when playing against him. Live 2000 had smooth gameplay and a brilliant soundtrack, in addition to Jordan, and although I keep checking each new version of Live (well, I did until they decided not to make a 2009 version for the PC), none have worn out as many of my keyboards as 2000.

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