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The 50 Best First Person Shooters Of All Time

36. Silent Scope (2000)

After the arcade version of Sniper Scope hit it big in 1999, it was ported to the Sega Dreamcast where it was just as tense and exciting as its coin-operated daddy. The only thing missing was the fixed sniper rifle but that didn't stop it from being one of the sickest first person shooters ever made. Instead of just walking around shooting at enemies, players were put into a number of high pressure situations, one of them a mission where you had to take out the bad guys from a moving helicopter. There was a version of the video game that came with a light gun but for the most part, the controller was enough to handle any terrorists to raise their ugly heads. If you've never played Silent Scope it's definitely worth picking up a used Dreamcast just for it.

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