Not one, no longer , but three games in one. VICE: Project Doom is one of the most neglected and underappreciated 1/3-birthday celebration recreation designs to ever hit the NES, even after claiming a cowl of Nintendo Power in 1991. That’s a shame, because its blend of 3 one-of-a-kind sorts of gameplay set it aside from the group and made it a traditional. You had riding tiers, providing an overhead viewpoint immediately out of Spy Hunter. You had sniper shooter levels, like the ones you would possibly bear in mind from The Adventures of Bayou Billy. And you had side-scrolling ranges, the middle of the sport, wherein your person ran, jumped and attacked the invading alien hordes with a laser-whip. Take that, Zero Suit Samus in Super Smash Bros. Brawl developer Aicom had you beat to the punch nearly two decades in the past. Our own Mark Bozon has been operating diligently to deliver this identify returned to life, possibly with the aid of way of the Virtual Console. But even if we in no way see it once more, it is earned its spot in this countdown.