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This Ranking Of The Best Video Games Will Bring You Back To Your Childhood

I used to be absolutely obsessed with video games. Working at Gamestop for a year or so made me sick of the things, but there was a solid 14 years of my life that were completely dedicated to gaming. It didn't matter what genre, I was into all of them.

I maybe get the hankering to play them once a year or so, and I'll hunker down for two days and binge on a title, beat it, and then reminisce about how amazing it was until another 12 months pass by, and then I binge on another title down the line.

And my favorite part about certain game titles is the instant trip down memory lane that starts when you fire a game up. If you start playing that familiar Punch-Out theme, I start to remember laying down on my living room floor, feet in the air, trying to perfectly time the gut-punch against Bald Bull.

Some games are classic for a reason, and depending on your console allegiance growing up, you have to admit that these most beloved games are worthy of the title.

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The folks over at Muchgames surveyed 2000 gamers and asked them what their most beloved and hated video games were. Super Mario World took the top spot, a title that's seen so many different releases and iterations on tons of different consoles that it's ubiquity spans generations.

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They also asked gamers what their favorite video game levels were.

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The most hated video game levels that made you toss your controller in a fit of anger popped up in the survey, too.

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N64 topped the list as the most beloved video game console. After all, you gotta love those party games.

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The survey also separated favorite games by profession. Wholesale and retailers were really into Ocarina of Time.

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I'd dream of fantasy and adventure, too, if I spent eight hours a day worrying about the amount of commission I'd get on a sweater.

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