jawafour wrote:IAmTheSaladMan wrote:I immediately though Ocarina of Time but voted Super Mario 64 in terms of just how revolutionary it was. Consider this, Crash Bandicoot was released in the US 09/09/1996 a mere 20 days later Super Mario 64 launched there and the difference is staggering. You could argue it took another 2 years for something even remotely similar to launch on PlayStation as Spyro The Dragon was released in the US 09/09/1998 and even that isn't quite up to the standards of Super Mario 64.
I voted for Ocarina, but this is a great point, Salad. I bought Banjo-Kazooie first for my N64 and enjoyed that, and by the time that I got around to getting Mario I wasn't too impressed for some reason. I barely played it and quickly traded it in! A few years later - after picking up Spyro and having a ton of fun with that - I bought the Mario cart again and realised that I hadn't given it a fair play. One day I will revisit the game to make up for my mistake!
How can you vote for a game that you've still not completed?