Over the last two decades various games related publications have been falling over themselves to provide their own definitive Top 100 games list. Some of their entries have me reminiscing of simpler times, while others make me cringe at the recollection of what felt like daylight robbery at the time. I appreciate we have neither the time nor the inclination to attempt to compile a top 100, so your 5 best will suffice. Here's mine (which aren't necessarily in any order); 1. Far Cry/PC. I now own a PC which can finally do this beast of a game justice, and find myself reinstalling it every so often to blast through it again. Stealth has never been used so effectively. Gripping stuff. 2. Golden Axe/Arcade. My parents used to host a lot of parties when I was a kid, and I took all the crates of empty bottles back to the shops to claim the deposit on them so I could spend all afternoon playing it in the corner shop. Happy times. 3. Tempest 2000/Atari Jaguar. I saved all my pennies for the next-gen revelation that was the Jaguar, and was largely disappointed until I got hold of this little gem. Played it til my eyes bled, and then played it some more. I made sure to crank up the volume on my old plastic-walnut-veneered 22in CRT TV at every opportunity. 4. Super Bomberman 2/SNES. After purchasing this it was absolutely imperative that I also got a multitap, and it didn't disappoint. Cue hundreds of hours spent with all my mates crammed in the front room. Never a dull moment, multiplayer gaming at it's finest. Sadly an area of gaming which is not properly catered for this day and age. 5. Super Mario 64/Nintendo 64. I was on tour in Bessbrook Mill at the time of it's release, and picked up a copy whilst on R+R. It blew my mind, I honestly could not put the game down until I'd found all 150 Stars, which took an age. Rescued me from an otherwise pretty dull tour, that one.