Lali ho! Been having a rather heated discussion with a few friends about 'legendary' games. We all know that some games have withstood the test of time or are memorable for one reason or another. More or less everyone here will have played games like Super Mario World, Ocarina of Time, the original Sonic, etc. The games that we look back on from our younger days and remember as defining moments in gaming, whether good or bad. But here's the crux of the discussion. We've been talking about what games from this now ending generation (PS3, 360, etc.) that we'll look back on as fondly. They don't necessarily need to be the absolute highest quality, they don't have to have the flashiest graphics or whatever, any criteria are fair game provided they can be adequately explained. The range of opinions has been genuinely staggering so far. For example, the games I'll likely look back on in ten years or so and still think highly of is the Mass Effect trilogy. I can't think of a single thing they did wrong, frankly. The scale was beyond anything I'd played before, the characters felt believable to an extent that I'd not encountered, the galaxy felt alive and rich with history. It had everything you could ask for. Even when the gameplay was mostly generic 3rd person cover based shooting, the depth of its world kept me coming back, even to this day. The wife, on the other hand, favours remembering the original Modern Warfare, arguing that while the gaming scene could certainly do without a lot of the 'bro' crowd that gives it a bad name, the impact of the game can't be denied and it pushed the genre to a new plateau, the mindfuck ending, etc. She doesn't consider it perfect by any means, but she acknowledges that we'll still remember it in years to come even if we hated it. What games from the 7th Gen will you look back on in the future and remember? What makes them stick in your mind? Do you value games for powerhouse graphics, deep character development, shocking moments, or perhaps just how much time you sunk into the multiplayer? What do you consider the 'legends' of the previous generation? Any game is valid provided you can explain it, whether it's from a console, handheld or PC, provided it's a part of the last gen.