<![CDATA[Ranker: Recent Games Lists]]> http://www.ranker.com/list-of//games http://www.ranker.com/img/skin2/logo.gif Most Viewed Lists on Ranker http://www.ranker.com/list-of//games <![CDATA[Best Super Nintendo (SNES) Games]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/best-super-nintendo-_snes_-games
List of the best games ever released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System. The 16-bit Super Nintendo (or SNES) video game console was available beginning in 1990 in Japan (where it was known as the Super Famicom) and the following year in North America, and was not discontinued until 2003 and 1999, respectively. During the 16-bit era (which primarily featured SNES competition from the Sega Genesis console), Super Nintendo was the world's best-selling video game system. Over 39 million SNES units were sold around the world (still shy of the incredible 61.91 million original Nintendo systems sold.) Even into the 32-bit era, Super Nintendo systems remained commonplace in homes around the world.

794 total games were officially released for the Super Nintendo system. The first games available for the new system were "Super Mario World," "F-Zero," "Pilotwings," "SimCity" and "Gradius III." "Super Mario World" - which was often bundled and sold with the system in its early days - remained the best-selling SNES game of all time, with over 20 million units sold. Many Super Nintendo titles have remained popular through the use of emulators, which can currently recreate the SNES experience on computers.

Check out more lists like a collection of all Super Nintendo games made, the most loved Super Smash Bros characters, and which Nintendo system was the best.

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Chrono Trigger

Donkey Kong Country

Final Fantasy VI

Street Fighter II

Super Mario Kart

Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars

Super Mario World

Super Metroid

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

Mega Man X

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<![CDATA[Best Video Games EVER!!!]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/best-video-games-ever-/djericmilos16



GTA: Online

Pro Evolution Soccer

Rome: Total War


Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas


Call of Duty: World at War


Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft

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<![CDATA[Best Episodes of Pokemon Season 6]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/best-episodes-of-pokemon-season-6/juangabrielgomezalvarado
which are your favorite episodes of pokemon advanced? vote

Tree's a Crowd

Get the Show on the Road

You Never Can Taillow

Taming of the Shroomish

A Tail with a Twist

All Things Bright and Beautifly

There's No Place Like Hoenn

A Ruin with a View

In the Knicker of Time!

A Poached Ego!

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<![CDATA[Favorite Dancer from the Dance Central Video Game Franchise]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/favorite-dancer-from-the-dance-central-video-game-franchise/bendaresall
The Dance Central series from Harmonix uses Kinect technology to track a players' movements to match set dance routines.  It's one of the popular games of its kind and having dancers with individual personalities and attitude helped sell the franchise.  Usher helped promote the game by providing his own choreography, music and voice for the Boomy the Boombox.  The third game even had a hokey but fun time travel plot where you can to stop an evil doctor from conquering the world with his groove.

While picking one dancer over another doesn't give the player any particular advantages, being able to identify with the character and having him or her give you encouragement does.  Or perhaps the player just enjoys seeing that certain dancer's moves or outfit, of  which there are several.    They even included robots, ninjas and monochrome outlines.  Either way, some dancers are more popular than others, ensuring that they return to the dance floor again and again.

Which is your favorite Dance Central dancer?

Dare is one of the original dancers from the first game.  She started out as a Lady Gaga type character but disappeared in the second game before it was revealed that she was in an undercover mission for Dance Central Intelligence with MacCoy for the D-Coy Crew.  She has an incredible fashion sense and has an impeccable style of her own.
CYPH-78 is a robot who's part of the D-Cypher Crew alongside CYPH-56.  They both have electronic displays for faces and are the bosses for the second game.
Miss Aubrey
Miss Aubrey is a superficial, sophisticated, stereotypical, wealthy princess but she has got moves!  She prefers to be the center of attention and doesn't pay much mind to Angel, her partner in the Lu$h Crew.  She couldn't stand the 70's and couldn't wait to get a stylist when she came back from the past.  Treat her to expensive items in Romance Central and she will fall for you.
Angel is a suave,smooth and flirty gentleman.  He carries a torch for Miss Aubrey, his partner in the Lu$h Crew but she doesn't give him the time of day (she blew him a kiss when he was being devoured by a dinosaur in a crayon drawing of their time travel adventure).  He enjoyed his time in the 70's but folks made fun of his get-up.
Kerith is part of the the Glitterati Crew with his sister Jaryn.  They are elitist and condescending, with a fashion sense stemming from Lady Gaga.  They had a cameo in the ending of the third game, plotting more mischief for Dance Central Intelligence.
Bodie is a lifeguard, surfer, basketball player and part of the Riptide crew with Emilia.  (No, he's not romantically involved with her.)  He's a laidback, all American guy who's always smiling, something that made him very attractive to players.

In Dance Central 3, he hosted a popular TV show with Emilia.  In Romance Central, he says he can talk to puppies and giving him bleu cheese will make him consider you his soulmate.
Mo is a skateboarder who spread advertisements for Dance Central in the first game.  He mentors Glitch in Hi-Def.  He fit well in the 80's hood when he was sent back in time.  He was depicted as being eaten by a pterodactyl but he got better.  
Dr. Tan
Dr. Tan is the antagonist of the Dance Central series, first as a shadowy figure in the first game then actively sending the D-Cypher robots against the player in the second game.  His plan to wipe out creative dancing by messing with the time stream almost succeeded.  He had mindcontrol helmets used on those who stood against him, including his own son Oblio.  He is supposedly lost in time and space but who knows if he'll be back in the next installment.
Emilia is an energetic, competitive athlete from the Riptide crew with Bodie.  She kicks Dare in the intro of the first game and apparently does crank calls?  She will take you boxing as a date in Romance Central.  She enjoys challenges and hopes you're up for a fight... a dance fight!
Glitch is an Asian-American 'dance genius' from the Hi-Def crew.  He wears signature color bars shirt along with Mo, his partner (whom he fetches water for).  They get sent to the 80's during Dance Central 2 and he apparently can't handle time travelling.  

He's arguably the most popular dancer and confirmed fan favorite.  He changes the color streak in his hair for his alternate suits.

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<![CDATA[The Manliest Men in Video Games]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/the-manliest-men-in-video-games-v2/fusromandah
BEHOLD: The most manly men in video games. Who do you think proves their manhood? Hey, they don't all have to be "good". 

Pretty much everything Nintendo
The Legend of Zelda
Nathan Drake
Desmond Miles
Assassin's Creed 
John Marston

Commander Shepard
Mass Effect
Ezio Auditore da Firenze
Assassin's Creed
The Joker
Batman: Arkham series
Booker Dewitt
Bioshock Infinite
The Last of Us

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<![CDATA[Top Video Games of 2012]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/top-video-games-of-2012
Top Video Games of 2012. Every year so many video games are released that it is hard to decide which is the best. 2012 was no exception. 2012 brought us the stirring conclusion to such blockbuster videogame series like Mass Effect 3, Assassin's Creed 3 and Max Payne 3, while also introducing us to new game series like Dishonored, The Walking Dead and a new Halo brand with Halo 4.

The best videogames of 2012 range from platformers, first person shooters and fighting games to games that defy description like Fez and Journey. DLC and XBLA/PSN games also came to the forefront with their additional content and indie game darlings.

So, which video game was the best in 2012? That is for you to decide. Vote up your favorite! If you can't find what you consider to be the top videogame of 2012 here, add it.

Mass Effect 3

Max Payne 3

Far Cry 3

Battlefield 3

Halo 4

Assassin's Creed III

Borderlands 2

Call of Duty: Black Ops 2

The Walking Dead Video Game


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<![CDATA[The Best Episodes of Pokemon Season 5]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/the-best-episodes-of-pokemon-season-5/juangabrielgomezalvarado
pokemon master quest is the last season of original series of pokemon, which are the best episodes?

Dues and Don'ts

Can't Beat the Heat!

Gotta Catch Ya Later!

For Ho-Oh The Bells Toll!

A Parent Trapped!

One Trick Phony!

The Mystery is History

The Perfect Match!

Great Bowls of Fire!

The Ties That Bind

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<![CDATA[The Best Final Fantasy Characters of All Time]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/best-final-fantasy-characters/ranker-characters
List of the best Final Fantasy characters from the original game to the newest titles in the series. These unforgettable characters, including Cid and Cloud Strife, are probably partially responsible for high sales across the Final Fantasy franchise, having sold millions of copies. Because of the popularity of the “Final Fantasy” franchise, some might even consider these characters among the greatest video game characters ever created. But which Final Fantasy characters are the best?

Choosing the best or greatest Final Fantasy characters can be difficult for both casual players and hardcore fans alike. There are powerful warriors, sensual sorceresses, and next-to-impossible bosses, all of whom come alive for players as they progress through the game. Most players generally, however, rank newer characters among their favorites, perhaps because of the higher quality graphics and game play newer systems allow. Technology has come a long way since the introduction of Final Fantasy in 1987.

Improvements don’t mean that older characters aren’t memorable or aren't integral parts of the Final Fantasy franchise, though. For example, can you imagine Final Fantasy without Sephiroth? Many fans rank him among the top characters in Final Fantasy. Another commonly seen character is Cid, who is consistently a fan favorite as well.

This is a list of the best Final Fantasy characters of all time. Some are playable, some are not, but they’re all consistently ranked as fan favorites. If you haven’t played the Final Fantasy series yet, you’re missing out on some of the most exciting video game characters out there.




Cloud Strife


Squall Leonhart

Tifa Lockhart

Vincent Valentine



Aeris Gainsborough

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<![CDATA[The Best Board Games for Kids 7-12]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/best-board-games-for-kids-7-12/dad-of-the-year
The best board games for kids 7-12 year olds are those classic and favorite card and board games perfect to play with your elementary school age kids. These games provide a great mix of old favorites, like checkers, and newer games like Pictureka! and Apples to Apples Jr. While some are a bit simpler and better for the younger ages in this range and some require more thinking, better for the older kids in this age bracket, all are great choices for a fun-filled family board game night.

There's a reason why so many of these great board games for kids 7-12 have been around so long. It's because they are tried and true great games. Titles like Monopoly, Clue, Trouble, chess and Scrabble have been around for decades yet they remain among the top-selling board games out today. These are the games parents grew up playing and can enjoy just as much playing again with their kids.

However, there have been several new games that have caused quite a splash in the board game market. Newer games like Hullaballoo, Zingo and Apples to Apples Jr. have proved to be instant favorites both for kids aged 7-12 but also for parents and grandparents alike.

So whether you and the kids are partial to the classics, like Battleship and Twister, or those newer games that your family cannot play too many times, surely there are great reasons here to plan a game night of your own soon. Vote for the board games for kids 7-12 you love best, add any that are missed or even re-rank this list to help decide the best board games around!


Connect Four

Guess Who?


The Game of Life






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<![CDATA[Scavenger Hunt Ideas for Your Next Party]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/scavenger-hunt-ideas/jessica-lawshe
You're never too old to go on a scavenger hunt! Whether you're 3 or 53, there's something so fun about finding clues or hunting down specific items on a list. Are you in charge of putting the game together and struggling to find good scavenger hunt ideas? You won't have to hunt too far - we've made it easy by putting them all in one place.
You can organize your pursuit in a few ways: hand out clue cards (handwritten or printed) or just give your players a list of things they’ll have to find around town. You can even combine the scavenger hunt with another event like a pub-crawl. Break off into teams to create a scavenger hunt competition, or work together as a group to track down all the needed items. Or maybe you just want to keep it small - a Valentine's day or birthday scavenger hunt for your sweetie.

You don't even have to do traditional scavenger hunt clues as boring ol’ cards. You can hide your riddles in balloons or plastic eggs, and challenge your players to find them. Not into cards? Just great scavenger hunt games can be as easy as asking competitors to take a picture of a specific something, whether it’s an object or an activity. There are no rules to how to hunt for clues! Just remember: if you're going to do a photo-based hunt, create a hashtag so you can collect evidence easily!

Follow our clues to the best scavenger hunt ideas! Whether you’re planning a raunchy bachelorette scavenger hunt or a child-friend scavenger hunt for kids, you’ll find plenty of great clues here. Vote up the ones you like the best!

Find an Out of State Licence Plate

Get a Picture of the Entire Team in a Ball Pit

Find Someone Who Is at Least 85 Years Old (with Their ID)

Get a Stranger's Autograph

Hide Clues in Balloons

Hug a Stranger

Get a Picture of the Entire Team's Reflection in Something Other Than a Mirror

Find a Coin from the Year of Each Team Member's Birth

Find an Exit Sign

Get a Photo of One Teammate Jumping off of a Swing (He/She Must Be in Mid-Air)

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