8. GoldenEye 007 (1997)
The James Bond franchise enjoyed nominal success on home consoles over the years, but it was this 1997 game from Rareware that brought the tuxedo wearing MI6 agent to the mainstream vernacular forever. GoldenEye's deeply fleshed out single player campaign was filled with perks like timed bonus missions and special character unlocks. But crucially, the game featured one of the most addictive and innovative multi-player components ever, resulting in weekend-long marathons of grenade tossing and Golden Gunning. Here's a fun experiment: go back and play the title now, see how quick your jaw drops at the snails-pace everyone's moving at. Good stuff, but try and think back on how many hours you burnt on this one back in the day.