Top 10 Games of the 6th Generation

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NOTE: THESE ARE IN NO PARTICULAR ORDER EXCEPT ALPHABETICAL

Burnout 3: Takedown
The third game in the Burnout series takes arcade driving/racing to its pinnacle with crazy, over-the-top car battling at its finest.

Capcom vs. SNK 2: Mark of the Millennium 2001
The second take on the Capcom and SNK fighting crossover truly makes good on all the greatness it had the potential to be.

Counter-Strike
Quick paced, realistic action is the name of the game in this team-based shooter. Such is the importance of this modification of the original Half-Life that its influence is still the driving force behind shooters today.

Devil May Cry 3: Dante’s Awakening – Special Edition
Chock full of challenge, good length, awesome combat, and great replayability, Devil May Cry 3 truly lives up to the stellar original entry in the series and then does it even better.

Guitar Hero
The good-will these games at first received may have been squandered by Activision’s greed, but there is no doubt that a lot of fun can be had rocking out with a faux-guitar.

ICO
A fantastic atmosphere and sense of place makes this one escort mission you’ll actually like.

Max Payne
Fun bullet-time mechanics and a great noir story make Max’s first outing one that you’ll likely not forget any time soon.

SSX 3
Late 5th generation and early 6th generation was a breeding ground for a cornucopia of great alternative sports games and SSX 3 was at the pinnacle of this sub-genre. The ability to tackle the entire mountain for 30-min. in real-time was incredible.

Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4
The other top series in the alternative sport sub-genre, Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater 4 finally takes the time limit restriction out lets you have at an entire level for as long as you want.

Yakuza 2
The second entry took everything that was great about the first, made some good improvements, and then just gave you a lot more of it.

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