Well, here is what I think (or is it what I would like?) will be a classic. I only list games that I played.Role playing gamesThe Witcher
: good universe and story, memorable protagonist, more mature themes than in your average game, developer's dedication to its fans, long-term choices.Neverwinter Nights 2 & add-ons
: this is only if Obsidian really expands on what they did in the expansions for their next full-blown classical RPG. Perks linked to your reputations with your allies, overland map, character-focused story, etc.Action & Platform gamesPrince of Persia : The Sands of Times trilogy
: especially the first and third game, the second one is too dark for the overall tone of the story. The first one will be remembered as the revival of the series and because of the gameplay, different than the two others. The third one took the more violent and classical gameplay of the second game, enhanced it, introduced the Dark Prince and gave us kick-ass boss battles.Rayman 3
: funny characters, georgeous art style, great gameplay, and I loved the kate-boarding between the levels. That was a good mini-game.Prototype
: mainly remembered for the free-roaming, sensation of power when diriging Alex and general gameplay. Could ensure a place as a classic if a sequel expands and improve the original formula.Adventure gamesRunaways series
: partly because they're good games in their own right and because there is a lack of competion. The art is beautiful, the characters funny and interesting, and the whole thing is a good experience.
Edited by Sannom, 02 September 2009 - 01:28 AM.