Computer and Video Games has been running a feature to determine the top 101 PC games of all time (though it's mostly 21st century). Can't be missing:<blockquote>21. Fallout YEAR 1997: A candidate for 'brownest game ever' (along with Quake I and II), Fallout was also an intricately written jaunt through sex, violence, drug addiction and hulking green mutants in a world where the bomb has dropped. Gripping storyline, strong characters and even a few Monty Python references if you looked hard enough...</blockquote>Number 1 is Deus Ex. Other notables include Morrowind (#4), Oblivion (#13) (Ooh, aren't we controversial? Yes, but constant bickering among the PCZ team has left the Vvardenfell lobby victorious. The argument runs thusly: Morrowind is a better game than Oblivion, if only for the things that Bethesda sacrificed in their pursuit of making the latter that bit more action-orientated), System Shock 2 (#7), Baldur's Gate II (#23), Diablo II (#25), V:tM Bloodlines (#28), Neverwinter Nights (#56), Planescape: Torment (#61), S.T.A.L.K.E.R. (#69). Link: The 101 best PC games ever on CVG (part 4). Spotted on RPGWatch.