Bullfrog Productions, headed by the ever-prolific Peter Molyneux, crafted hit after PC hit in the '90s. Syndicate was quite a popular title during the company's run, which was ended a few years after it was gobbled up by Electronic Arts in 1995. Playing like the love child of The Matrix and Wall Street, the game tasks players with all sorts of nasty objectives, like assassinating rival corporations or brainwashing targets into obedience. Both the Sega CD and the Genesis received ports, and we've a full review of the latter version. Now put away your black trench coat and read it!