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  1. Resident Evil 4 I think we can lump both together here, as they are essentially the same chunk of gameplay. It opens with a few, relatively relaxed few minutes, for you to get your bearings and get used to the controls. Then it throws you into one of the most intense and brilliant set pieces in gaming history. A special mention goes to the new version for its secrets. It's pretty much a perfect demo. Grand Theft Auto In terms of number of times played, I think this takes the crown for me. The demo gave you free reign for 5 minutes, and in a way the limit there only helped fuel your imagination. How far could you make it before the time ran out? Each run you'd stretch the game a bit further in each direction. Funnily enough I don't think I ended up playing the final game as much as the demo. Dead Rising Along the same lines as GTA, Dead Rising was a demo you could play again and again. For me, too, it stands out as being one of the biggest new gen jumps. I'd seen crowds before in Dynasty Warriors or State of Emergency but never had they felt so dynamic and realistic. Graphically this absolutely blew my cock off. Doom, Quake, Duke Nukem etc shareware versions Ok, I'm going to group these together as they are almost too good for what this topic is about. id software were ridiculously generous with their demos, some would say to a fault. Many who downloaded the shareware version had their fill from each game. What are yours?
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