With our Sega Dreamcast Hall of Fame in the books, it’s time to wrap things up by revealing our ballots.
Category Archives: Hall of Fame Time Bro
DC Hall of Fame: #10-1
Last week, we revealed the first ten Sega Dreamcast games to enter the gametimebro Hall of Fame. That post can be found here. Now, at long last, here are our top ten Dreamcast games.
DC Hall of Fame: #20-11
Last month, the bros lent their opinions on the best Super Nintendo games and our consensus list was unveiled in the inaugural gametimebro Hall of Fame class. We’ve done it again, this time for the short-lived but fondly remembered Sega Dreamcast. Though it lived for just a few years and was unable to amass a library the size of the PlayStation 2’s or the GameCube’s, it still put forth many games at the turn of the millennium worth remembering today. Here are ten such titles.
SNES Hall of Fame: Behind the Curtain
Now that our Super Nintendo Hall of Fame reveal has finished, it’s time to reveal our ballots, describe the ranking procedure, and wrap things up with some final thoughts on the exercise and the results.
SNES Hall of Fame: #10-1
There’s no need to beat around the bush. It’s time to reveal our top ten Super Nintendo games and wrap up the inaugural class of the gametimebro Hall of Fame. In case you missed them, or simply need a refresher, the first ten games on our list can be found here, and the next ten games are listed here.
SNES Hall of Fame: #20-11
On Wednesday, the first ten inductees to the Super Nintendo wing of the gametimebro Hall of Fame were revealed. That post can be found here. Today it’s time to reveal the next ten games in a similar countdown-style manner. Once again, it’s Hall of Fame time, bro.
SNES Hall of Fame: #30-21
On a recent gametimeshowbro podcast, the bros were asked to provide a ranked list of their top five Super Nintendo games. The conversation that followed was illuminating, lengthy, and provocative. It continued after the microphones went off and as the number of games mentioned continued to grow we soon realized that limiting ourselves to five games each was an impossible task.
So here’s our newest feature. We’ve asked all of the bros for ranked lists of ten to twenty-five of their favorite Super Nintendo games. Ten responded, listing sixty-six games in total. After combining, comparing, and smoothing out the ten lists, we’ve reached a consensus opinion on the thirty greatest SNES games of all time. Though our tastes and takes were wide and varied, together we have created a list much stronger than the sum of its original parts. Today, we proudly present the first ten games on that list – our first ten inductees to the gametimebro Hall of Fame.