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April 28, 2008 | by  | in Opinion |
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Top 5 Computer game heroes we reminisce about fondly: by Sean

Gordon Freeman
Solid Snake
Tanya Adams
Alex Kidd
The Lemmings

Top 5 computer game villains that we still shudder to think of:

Sarah Kerrigan
SimCity’s Monster

Andrew Top 5 Personal Discoveries:

1. Its weird the first time, but it also feels kinda good.
2. Giving a girl/guy anal feels empowering.
3. The band Aqua was underrated.
4. You’ve just hit a kid on a bike with your car.
5. He’s dead

Top 5 Computer game heroes that seemed like a big deal at the time but are now all but forgotten:

Rookie One
Lara Croft
Commander Keen

Top 5 computer game figures that probably noone else ever cared about but i did:

Geoffrey Longsword
Julian, Philip and Kevin
King Gork
Nevada Smith
The big teddy bear in First Shapes

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