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The Japanese elect the top 100 console games

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In a large poll on Japanese television, 50,000 participants voted the best console game of all time.

More 50,000 viewers from the television channel Asahi TV responded to the large video game survey organized on the occasion of a special event. The name of the greatest video game of all time had to be decided, in a country which has, if not invented, at least largely contributed to the global development of the sector. It should be noted that this classification only concerns console games.

We therefore find a considerable number of episodes of Final Fantasy, Mario and Zelda, no trace of Doom, Goldeneye, a GTA or an Elder Scrolls, and a very recent game in mind. We could also add that the Japanese are decidedly very chauvinistic, but that would only be purely subjective.

Or not?

• 100. Persona 3 • 99. Pokemon Platinum Version • 98. Persona 4 • 97. Super Mario World • 96. Romance of the Three Kingdoms • 95. MOTHER • 94. Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War • 93. Persona 5 Royal • 92. Monster Hunter 4 Ultimate • 91. Street Fighter II • 90. Final Fantasy VIII • 89. Super Mario Galaxy 2 • 88. The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword • 87. Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate • 86. Monster Hunter • 85. Dragon Quest VI: Realms of Revelation • 84. Final Fantasy XI • 83. Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past • 82. Legend of Mana • 81. Dragon Quest Builders 2 • 80. The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask • 79. Metal Gear Solid • 78. Nobunaga’s Ambition: Zenkokuban • 77. Mario Kart Wii • 76. Kirby Air Ride • 75. Animal Crossing: Wild World • 74. Super Smash Bros. Brawl • 73. Gran Turismo 4 • 72. Kirby Super Star • 71. Dr. Mario • 70. Monster Hunter: World • 69. Super Mario RPG • 68. Pokemon X / Y • 67. Bloodborne • 66. Ghost of Tsushima • 65. Suikoden • 64. Pokemon Heart Gold / Soul Silver • 63. Final Fantasy III • 62. Xevious • 61. Super Smash Bros. • 60. Pokemon Black 2 / White 2 • 59. Dead by Daylight • 58. Animal Crossing • 57. Super Donkey Kong • 56. Super Mario Galaxy • 55. Yo-kai Watch 2: Bony Spirits / Fleshy Souls / Psychic Specters • 54. Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King • 53. Tales of the Abyss • 52. The Legend of Zelda • 51. Final Fantasy IV • 50. Pokemon Ruby / Sapphire • 49. Kingdom Hearts • 48. NieR: Automata • 47. Final Fantasy XIV • 46. Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line • 45. Kirby’s Return to Dream Land • 44. Dragon Quest X: Rise of the Five Tribes Online • 43. Xenoblade • 42. Persona 5 • 41. Momotaro Dentetsu: Showa Heisei Reiwa mo Teiban! • 40. Xenogears • 39. Dark Souls III • 38. Puyo Puyo • 37. Final Fantasy IX • 36. Pokemon Gold / Silver • 35. Xenoblade 2 • 34. Final Fantasy V • 33. Final Fantasy VI • 32. Biohazard • 31. Ogre Tactics • 30. Apex Legends • 29. Okami • 28. MOTHER 2 • 27. Dragon Quest XI: Echoes of an Elusive Age • 26. Pokemon Black / White • 25. Tetris • 24. Pokemon Red / Green / Blue • 23. Fire Emblem: Three Houses • 22. Animal Crossing: New Leaf • 21. Splatoon • 20. Minecraft • 19. Suikoden II • 18. Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater • 17. The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time • 16. Kingdom Hearts II • 15. Dragon Quest IV: Chapters of the Chosen • 14. Pokemon Sword / Shield • 13. UNDERTALE • 12. Super Mario Kart • 11. Pokemon Diamond / Pearl • 10. Super Mario Bros. 3 • 9. Final Fantasy X • 8. Chrono Trigger • 7. Super Smash Bros. Ultimate • 6. Dragon Quest III: The Seeds of Salvation • 5. Splatoon 2 • 4. Animal Crossing: New Horizons • 3. Final Fantasy VII • 2. Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride • 1. The Legend of Zelda : Breath of the Wild

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By the way, Shigeru Miyamoto, father of a good part of the games mentioned, had carte blanche to speak directly from the official Nintendo account and delivered a message to his fans:

It’s Miyamoto.

Thank you for voting for many Nintendo titles in the “Video Game General Election” which aired last night. It was also an opportunity to remember every game development scene that unfolded for nearly 40 years. We will continue to create video games that will bring new experiences to everyone.

Source: www.gematsu.com

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