32) Earthworm Jim
Many games tried to be a cartoon in the 16-bit era, but only a handful truly succeeded. One of those was Shiny’s Earthworm Jim, a game that stands out not least for making the wacky concepts so common in kid’s shows at the time both fun to play and beautiful to look at. Don’t anger Peter Puppy!
31) Metroid Prime
One of the GameCube’s best games, on more than a few levels, and a marker of an achievement, in that Samus went successfully 3D where so many franchises failed.