What's the Most Enduring Video Game of All Time?
"Super Mario Bros."
"Super Mario Bros."
We wasted hours with Mario and Luigi as a kid. Last year, the "Super Mario All-Stars 25th Anniversary Edition" was released, after the title spent two decades as the best-selling video game of all time.
The challenging puzzle game was released in 1984, and it's still going strong. Last year, it was announced that Tetris had sold more than 100 million copies for cell phones since 2005.
The 1980s arcade game is still popular today, and it's one of only three video games on display at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C.
"World of Warcraft"
"World of Warcraft" was launched in 1994. Today, WoW is known as the world's most-subscribed MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role-playing game).
"Call of Duty"
"Call of Duty: Black Ops" became the biggest entertainment launch of all time last year, making $650 million in its first five days. A freemium version is rumored to be coming soon.
As of last year, EA Sports had sold more than 85 million copies of the game, raking in sales of $3 billion.
"Grand Theft Auto IV"
Despite being criticized for being too violent, "Grand Theft Auto" is still hugely popular, with "Grand Theft Auto IV" selling 17 million copies since its debut.
In 2002, the life-simulation game became the best-selling PC game in history.
"Guitar Hero" -- which originally was only available on Sony's PlayStation consoles -- became a big hit soon after its launch in 2005, earning a rockin' $1.7 billion in just three years, NPR reports.
Activision produced many versions of the game, including Metallica, Aerosmith and Van Halen. But sales peaked in 2008, and the fad appears to be fizzling out.
Meanwhile, "Rock Band" sales are also down, while "Call of Duty and" "World of Warcraft" are still raking in the dough -- implying, sadly, that music is out -- and war is in.
From "World of Warcraft" to "Super Mario Bros." to "Grand Theft Auto," click through our slideshow and let us know: What's the most enduring video game of all time?
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