5. Villains & Vigilantes: This was the first and in many ways still the best supers game I ever played. V&V seemed to emphasize fun more than anything else. This was the first game that had us actively building connections and relationships between various character and stories in the campaign. My old V&V folders are somewhere in storage with a ton of character write ups. I would like to find them someday and post some to my blog.
6. Marvel Super Heroes: I played quite a bit of the old Marvel Super Heroes game from TSR but I was not a big fan of the basic game. It was cool because it was Marvel but I always felt like it was a little "too basic" in presentation. When the Advanced Set was released, I became a big fan of the rules. In fact, we used them for doing things other than supers. There was a short GI JOE campaign that added a list of MOS options to the character creation process. We had stats for a ton of the official characters also. We also did a Transformers campaign.
7. Nightlife: I do not remember much about this game other than we played several sessions. I know it was one of those "monsters in the modern world" games but that is about it. I believe it was released several years before White Wolf began the World of Darkness. It remains the only horror type game that I have ever played but I would definitely like to try Call of Cthulhu.