Last week's debate was a big Kum-Ba-Yah around the Dtoid campfire, in which we all discussed the games that have consumed the most hours of our lives. Some looked back lovingly while others shook their fists in regret Over two hundred votes were cast, and surprisingly the majority of them were all for completely different games than others had mentioned. Here are some of the games that stood out among the rest:
This week's debate question came to me when reading one of urbanyeti's comments last week. I realized that we've never had a debate over which are the most loved levels in popular multiplayer games. So, with easily dozens of great online and offline multiplayers to choose from, this will become the theme of the next few debates for the next month or two. On top of casting your vote this week, feel free to request which multiplayer games you'd like to have level debates over in the future!
For the first week of this new trend, the easy choice was GoldenEye 007 for the Nintendo 64. Take a look at the picture above and you'll probably see images of what several of your Summers revolved around as a child. The early Facility fad followed by the Complex Christmas of 1997, the Bunker days locked away in your basement, the Summer of slappers-only -- the list goes on and on, and every level deserves respect in its own way, but only one can win. Which level was your favorite, and why? Give each level some serious consideration, cast your vote, get some friends to share their opinions as well, and check back next week for the winner.
Bonus: Which multiplayer gameplay modes and/or cheat codes were your favorite to play with, and why? Also, which characters did you play as the most, and why?
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