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Top Video Games of 2006

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Top Video Games of 2006 game quiz
"2006 was one of the greatest years in video-gaming. Amidst an older generation of PS2s, Xboxs and Gamecubes, new generations of gaming were introduced. Do you know the best games of 2006?"

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1. This 2006 game for the X-Box 360 put the player into the perspective of a photojournalist sent into a shopping mall infested by legions of the undead. Not to be mistaken as a "Resident Evil" clone, this game created new boundaries for what a zombie survival game could be. What game was this?
    Silent Hill 5
    Resident Evil: Pro Mall Edition
    Dead Rising
    Genji: Days of the Blade

2. This game released for the Playstation 2 was developed by Rockstar Vancouver. The game took place at a boarding school in England. The player controlled a boy named Jimmy and their job was to explore the school, go to classes, defend bullied students or be the bully. The game was presented in an almost "Grand Theft Auto" fashion. What game was this?
    Driver: Parallel Lines

3. This massive role playing game put the player into a first person perspective. Serving as an impressive sequel to "Morrowind", this game broke the conventional realms of the role playing game. Amazing graphics, countless quests, hidden secrets, and rag-doll physics made this game one to be reckoned with in the gaming world. What was the name of this amazing game?
    Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion
    Star Craft
    World of Warcraft
    Guild Wars

4. Despite this Square-Enix series being around since 1989, the series never really changed its style. New characters like Cloud, Yuna and even the Light Warriors have been introduced over the years, but it wasn't until this sequel's release that the entire turn-based combat system was turned into a classic RPG battle system, similar to that of "Neverwinter Nights". Despite this game being a sequel, it was definitely not the final one in the series. What game was this?
    Dragon Warrior VII
    Tony Hawk's Project 8
    Monster Rancher XP
    Final Fantasy XII

5. With the Xbox 360 in direct competition with Nintendo and Sony for home console dominance, Microsoft was entrusted this killer game, which made the system worth buying. Taking place on a planet called Sera, this over-the-shoulder shooter showed gamers just how far the Xbox 360's graphics engine could go. The game also highlighted amazing artificial intelligence, and had incredibly graphic chainsaw kills where blood splattered on the screen. What was the name of this unforgettable game?
    Reservoir Dogs
    Halo 3
    Gears of War
    Resistance: Fall of Man

6. How many gamers have ever wished that they could be the star guitarist in the band, getting the star treatment and earning millions of dollars? This game, lets the rocker in everyone live out their dream, except for the millions of dollars part. Using a unique controller shaped as a guitar, the player of this game could go about ripping the string to some of their favorite songs from the 1970s, 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s. What game was this?
    Fender Bender X-Treme
    Guitar Hero II
    Dance Dance Revolution

7. The makers of this game decided that instead of releasing one big sequel, they'd split the one sequel into three different parts. This first part, put the main character, Gordon Freeman, back into City 17 to try and save the human population from the Combine. Superb graphics, insane physics and an immersive storyline make this sequel one to be reckoned with. What game was this?
    Half Life 2: Episode One
    Destroy All Humans 2
    SWAT 4
    Star Wars Episode I: The Movie Game

8. This game for the Nintendo Wii and the Gamecube took the player back to the fictional land of Hyrule. The main character's role was to defeat a group of enemies from the Twilight Realm, and eventually close the realm. A new edition to this franchise was an intuitive transformation system, where the player could become a wolf, and on the Wii, motion sensitive controls that react to user actions. It was also the last game ever released for Nintendo's Gamecube. What was the name of this game?
    Bomberman Act: Zero
    Harvest Moon: Magical Melody
    Bad Day L.A.
    The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess

9. Call the "Star Wars" games whatever you want, but this version of the game series was just too cute to pass up. Featuring cute little Danish plastics acting out the "Star Wars" trilogy, this "Star Wars" game served as a sequel to 2005's edition which featured episodes 1, 2, and 3. Which slapstick take of the "Star Wars" universe was this?
    Super Bombad Racing
    Lego Star Wars II: The Original Trilogy
    Star Wars Galaxies
    Star Wars Battlefront II

10. The Playstation 3 was finally released on November 11, 2006 in North America. Compared to everyone's expectations, the system was a let-down. There was only one fantastic release title on the system, and it happened to be this. This first-person shooter took place in the 1950s, where aliens have taken over Great Britain. It was up to the player and their resistance forces to drive them out of Britain. What game was this?
    Heavenly Sword
    The Last Remnant
    Killzone 2
    Resistance: Fall of Man

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