BioShock creator Ken Levine has revealed his top five games of all time, admitting he spends rather too much time playing one of them: World of Warcraft.

"I don't want to ever make the mistake of typing /played again," Levine told MSNBC, while looking like Luke Wilson. "You know how in the movies when the father comes home, and he puts on his slippers and drinks a glass of scotch? Well, that's [World of Warcraft] to me.

"I boot it up every day. Sometimes for a few minutes. Usually more. It's my always-reliable secret shame."

Levine put Blizzard's creation up alongside Civilization IV, Beyond Good and Evil, The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past and Heroes of Might and Magic on 3DO as his favourite games.

They all sound like good choices to us. Apart from the ones we don't agree with.

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