22. Grand Prix 4
Year Of Release: 2002
Complex Says: One of the coolest things about Formula One is that drivers race even in the rain. In some racing series, a few drops of rain shuts down the whole spectacle. Not the case with F1, unless it's absolutely torrential. Rain is what separates the men from the boys on track, and it can shake up an entire field because it's nothing like racing on a dry track. What Grand Prix 4 did better than any other game before--and many since--was make that rain real for you as you played. We loved it for that, and also for the fact that smart programmer-types found ways to make updates available after MicroProse stopped officially supporting the game. From new tracks to different cars, your fellow fans have you covered.