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Hot female video game characters have been fueling gamers buying habits for decades now. From 8 Bit Sprite hotties, to the sexy action heroes featured in your favorite cut-scene, these are the sexiest video game characters ever created. Contribute your list to grow the rankings and include the hottest fighting game combatants, sexy rpg liaison, & your the video game hottie of your dreams. Just want to show your approval of one of the included video game vixens? Vote her up!
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Cammy

Chun-Li

Harley Quinn

Jill Valentine

Lara Croft

Samus Aran

Tifa Lockhart

Rikku

Lightning

Morrigan


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<![CDATA[The Best Video Games of All Time]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/the-best-games-of-all-time
Video games are more popular than ever. Since the early '80 when gaming systems like Atari, Nintendo and Sega first took arcade favorite and made them available to a wider audience, video games have become a part of the pop culture lexicon. Many of the best video games are action and adventure games, usually with an ultimate goal to reach in the end. That could mean rescuing a princess, like in games like the Super Mario franchise and Legend of Zelda, or it could mean battling it out with iconic villains like in Goldeneye. Sometime whooping some butt is fun and if that's your favorite type of video game, then you would be partial to the Grand Theft Auto franchise, Contra and Mortal Kombat as the best video games.

The aughts produced some of the best video games of all time. Halo, Assassin's Creed and The Sims have remained popular ten year after their respective releases. People love playing these games and they've taken their place as classics within the gaming community. 

Vote for your favorite games on this Ultimate List of The Best Video Games of All Time. If there are any of your favorite video games that aren't on this list, feel free to add them. 

 
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Fallout 3

Red Dead Redemption

Super Mario 64

Super Mario Bros.

Super Mario Bros. 3

Super Mario World

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim


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<![CDATA[The Best Nintendo Games, Ranked]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/whats-your-favorite-nintendo-game-
The best Nintendo games of all time include classic NES titles, N64 gems, and new high tech Wii titles. These fan favorite Nintendo games include classic titles like Super Mario and The Legend of Zelda, a couple of the greatest video games of all time. There are also perennial favorites like Tetris, Donkey Kong, and Metroid (some of which you'll find among the best classic arcade games) on this list of the top Nintendo games.

What are the best Nintendo games ever? Many will agree the best games were the pioneering ones that came out in the time of the NES system, while others see advances in technology as making video games better. Whatever your stance, this greatest Nintendo games list is a chance for you to vote on what you consider to be the best video games from Nintendo.

What are the best Nintendo Wii games? What are the top classic Nintendo games? Are Wii games better than old NIntendo games? Vote on this list of top Nintendo video games so you and other gamers can settle this video game debate. If your favorite Nintendo game isn't on the Nintendo game list, make sure to add it so other players can become consumed in that video game universe the same way you did.
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Super Mario 64

Super Mario Bros.

Super Mario Bros. 3

Super Mario World

Super Smash Bros.

Super Smash Bros. Brawl

The Legend of Zelda

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Tetris


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<![CDATA[Video Games That Should Be Movies]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/video-games-that-should-be-movies
What video games should be movies? Several of the most well known and popular video games of all time could easily be made into potentially excellent feature films. This list includes several of the biggest and best video games ever: Assassin's Creed, BioShock and some of the Zelda and Grand Theft Auto games as well. Vote for the games you think would make the best movies, vote down any that you don't think would work and of course, add any that might be missing. You can also rerank this list in any order you want.

Adapting a great video game into a movie is a risky proposition. Sometimes it works, and sometimes it just doesn't. You can't blame Hollywood for trying though, because the video gaming industry is a billion dollar business. Combine that with a hit feature film, and you've got tens of billions in potential profit. Examples? How about 1995's 'Mortal Kombat' or the 'Lara Croft Tomb Raider' series? And of course, the 'Resident Evil' movies have done quite well at the box office too.

Which current video games should be made, immediately, into a movie? Some of the best include 'Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic' and 'Batman: Arkham Asylum.' Here's a great fancast for 'Star Wars Knights of the Old Republic' as an example. The main requirement to make a successful video game to movie adaptation? You need the most compelling video game storylines. Start with the basics, and go from there - you can't lose!
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Assassin's Creed

BioShock

Gears of War

God of War

Mass Effect

Uncharted: Drake's Fortune

World of Warcraft

Half-Life

Batman: Arkham Asylum

The Last of Us


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<![CDATA[The Greatest RPG Video Games Ever Made]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/the-greatest-rpg-video-games-ever-made
This list shows the ranking of the best pure Role-Playing Games, Action-RPG hybrids and MMORPG's of all time, as voted on by the Ranker Community. The popularity of role-playing games far predates video game technology entirely, and many of the genre's standards, settings and concepts continue to draw strong influence from the pen-and-paper games of the past (particularly the granddaddy of them all, Dungeons & Dragons, or D&D.)

In traditional Role-Playing Games, the player controls a character in a fictional world or setting, and takes a strong hand in determining how that character chooses to progress through the environment. This can involve determining the character's nature and outlook, his or her development through quests and missions and potentially joining up with other characters, either NPC or representing other human players. They tend to be more character and plot-driven games in many ways, as opposed to games that put more emphasis on stealth, puzzle-solving or combat. In some ways, new technology has simply made RPG's easier to organize and faster to play through, removing the need for a "gamemaster" and reliance on dice or other physical means of determining game outcomes.

Many of the most popular RPGs are part of a larger franchise, set in a familiar world that has been established over the course of numerous games (and sometimes tie-in novels, short films or other media.) The "Final Fantasy" RPG franchise is perhaps the most significant and long-standing in video game history, and in fact at this point has branched out beyond traditional role-playing games to include entires focused on tactical role-playing, action role-playing, MMORPG's, racing games, third person shooters and even rhythm and fighting games. It has also inspired numerous animated films, tie in novels and comic books.

(Unlike many other RPG series that are all based in a single setting or universe - such as the "Elder Scrolls" series Tamriel or Azeroth from Blizzard's "Warcraft" games - "Final Fantasy" entries tend to take place in different settings and have sharply distinguished plotlines.)
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Chrono Trigger

Dragon Age: Origins

Fallout 3

Final Fantasy VI

Final Fantasy VII

Final Fantasy X

Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic

The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion

Mass Effect 2

The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim


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<![CDATA[Favorite Characters from the Sonic the Hedgehog Universe]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/favorite-characters-from-the-sonic-the-hedgehog-universe/snowleopard44
Vote and re-rank your favorite Sonic characters.

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Antoine D'Coolette

Bunnie Rabbot

Dr. Eggman

E-102 Gamma

Miles "Tails" Prower

Princess Sally Acorn

Rouge the Bat

Shadow the Hedgehog

Sonic the Hedgehog

Chaos


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<![CDATA[My Top Videogames]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/my-top-videogames-v1/gabrielefrontini
My all-time favorite game list
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Final Fight
Who didn't played as Haggar or Cody at least once?
Metal Gear Solid
Stealth game instead of headlong shooting here and there? Why not
Monkey Island
The forefather of graphic-adventures, enriched with humour and a pirate island as a setting? Where have I put my rubber chicken by the way???
Resident Evil 4
Resident Evil 4 is the firt chapter of the series non directly related to Raccon City and to zombies. Harder than any predecessor (the enemy are smarter and act cooperatively to submiss you) and with a stunning graphics, it was the first one I really loved
Street Fighter II
The classic of 1-on-1 fightings, the forefathers of them all! Everybody has played to this, I'm sure
The Battle of Olympus
Another journey on NES, this time set in ancient Greece mythology times. 
Altered Beast
This is one of the game of my childhood... how many lives lost trying to catch those power globes allowing the character to become stronger and ultimately to transform into beasts!
Dead Space 2

BioShock Infinite
Excellent graphics, I love the early 20th century, pre WW1 setting, you really feel like you being inside the game. Unfortunately this feeling gets lost pretty soon in the game. The plot is a little bit twisted, especially at the very end, but once you play it again fore the second time, everything makes sense. 
The Walking Dead


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<![CDATA[The Most Compelling Video Game Storylines]]> http://www.ranker.com/crowdranked-list/the-most-compelling-video-game-storylines
Video game narratives range from the extremely simplistic to the staggeringly complex. While early games - and many contemporary ones focused on gameplay - treat the plot as a loose outline filled in by action or puzzles, some games have tried to push the boundaries and tell emotionally gripping, cinematic stories with elements of interactive control and player choices that forward the storyline. The advent of so-called "sandbox" games, which give players more freedom in choosing how to explore the environment, which missions to embark upon and what order to progress in has also served to make games more character-driven and involving. ("Fallout 3," for example, builds up a karmic profile of the player based on decisions in how to advance through missions.)

This list collects the games with the most entertaining and involving storylines. Vote for your favorite games on the list, and build your own version to add more suggestions that aren't already ranked!
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BioShock

Fallout 3

Final Fantasy VII

Half-Life 2

Heavy Rain

Mass Effect

Half-Life

Mass Effect 2

The Last of Us

BioShock Infinite


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<![CDATA[50 Jokes Only Gamers Will Understand]]> http://www.ranker.com/list/funny-video-game-jokes-gamer-memes/brian-gilmore
Gamer jokes, as a concept, sound lame as hell, but one of the main things you have to remember is that although all of us enjoy video games, there are certain video game jokes that are reserved for people who put up with the absolute bullsh*t of video game logic every single day. Or at least multiple times per week. Why? WHY can't Ash Ketchum go around a bush, but can eventually control literally effing DRAGONS? Or why, if you have explosives of the highest grades, can you not just blow through a door? 

Why are windows off-limits? If I had everything Master Chief has, I'd never use the confines of a wall again. Also, why is his suit built to have him withstand tens of thousands of pounds of pressure, but he can't swim? 

What dumb video game creator said, oh hey, in video games, if any part of your body gets hurt, you're going to essentially CRY BLOOD? From the funniest video game memes, to the best video game jokes the Internet has to offer, here are 50 things that will make you think twice about the immersive world of video games you've come to know and love. 
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How Life Works

The Great Wall

Because the Human Body

Makes Sense

Wood Trumps Everything

Female Video Game Armor

Level One Characters

Italian Blood Runs Runs with Money

Starting an MMO Character

Like Ya Do


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<![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 Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island

Super Metroid

The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past


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