Video Game Explosion
We rate every game in the world
Three hundred and forty-seven. That’s the number of home video games in existence. And we know of 52 more games due to be released in the nextfew months. It seems like just afew years ago, our video game libraries were complete if we had Space Invaders, Asteroids and Missile Command. This Christmas, with 22 companies producing software, there will be more games than you can shake ajoystick at. That's the good news. The bad news is you can't buy them all. At $30 a pop, a complete video game collection would set you back $8,675. Unless you own stock in one of the major video game companies, you can forget that idea. If you're a games fan, you've got some choices to make and we can help. We’ve rated every game that we know exists on a scale from A to F (just like a report card)—A is for excellent and F is for less-than-excellent. This should make your decision just a bit easier.
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