7 ) Star Trek Judgement Rites
-If you got the edition with the casts’ voices you have got a treasure on your hands. Honestly you cannot get any more “old-school” than this adventure game from Interplay. This is one of the best games (besides the Fallouts) that Interplay ever published. It feels like an original series episode from mission to mission and the finale is awesome and definitely old-school Trek. There are even appearances by series classics “Trelane, the Squire of Gothos,” the Klingons (minus the ridged foreheads), and even a certain Mudd!
6 ) Deus Ex (the original, have yet to play Invisible War)
-So if Starflight was my first “open world” game, then Deus Ex has to be my first “Open Solution” game. There is almost no limit to what you can do to solve a mission and the game reacts accordingly. Follow the suggested route and get the suggested solution, deviate from it and get something unexpected! In the first mission alone there are dozens of ways to retake the Statue.
5 ) Final Fantasy X (don’t judge me! ;D)
-This is the perfect combination of graphics and story which is a hallmark of a Final Fantasy game. This was truly the first “Next-Gen” Final Fantasy and you could see the love that Square put into the game. It was also the first to get its own sequel in X-2 (though I have not had a chance to play that yet).