This isn’t some marketing survey or whatever. It’s an emotional investment in you. Yes, we’re interested in knowing you, Kotaku reader person. You probably know enough about us — more than you even want to, we’re sure. But, hey, we’d like to know about you, too.
Anyway, here’s today’s question...
Some games set the foundations for many that come afterwards. Their ideas are improved upon in modern games, but remain dopplegangers of the original invention. Ever wondered what the first game to make use of a puzzle involving reflecting light was? Or moving around statues?
What games, or individual parts of games, do you think have been the most influential?