Let's get down to business!!! To defeat, The Huns!!! (just some background music while you read this) Crimson Skies. This game was freakin' sweet. I mean really, the campaign was nothing short of amazing. Epic at several points, entertaining at all, and overall, just great fun. Back before I had Live on my Xbox, I'd just play through the campaign a few hundred times. Ah, those were the days. :cry: MechAssault. I loved this game, and I never really found out why. The multiplayer was incredible, really, one of the first greats that nobody really played. The maps were well planned-out, the Mechs were all evenly powered, and it was a blast playing with people. Plus, the campaign was pretty sweet at some points, too. Blinx: The Time Sweeper. Yeahhh! I'm not sure if anyone's ever heard of this game, but I used to love it. The second one was complete shit, but this one was fun. Besides the terrible camera at some points, and the difficulty, it was really a blast. Innovative, original, and exciting. I miss that thing. Impossible Creatures. Nobody has heard of this game, and it's a shame. It's a strategy game, where you combine different creatures into your own units, and then pit them against other people. This game really grew on me, and now I think it's one of the best strategy games available, even today. Obviously I'm pretty limited to PC and Xbox (I have yet to find a good, unhyped 360 game), so what are some of your guys' findings?