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.

GoldenEye 64 (Nintendo 64)

Ross Catanzariti, reviewer/product coordinator: I don't care what anybody thinks: this is the best game ever made and nothing since has come close. You can have your next-gen consoles and your Halos, Final Fantasys, Metal Gear Solids and whatever other games you want to throw up — none of them are as good as GoldenEye! Despite being 11 years old, even the mention of "best game of all time" has put me in nostalgic mode. Right now I feel like whisking away from the office, dusting off the trusty old N64, calling over a few mates and spending hours upon end battling them in The Man With the Golden Gun multiplayer mode.
They don't make them like they used to.

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