Immensely Popular 90s Video Game That Will Hit You Right In The Nostalgia


There’ something special about the 90s I don’t know but I think I am not the only one that wants to go back in life and re-live the 90s again. And Being a gamer in the 90s was a really “COOL” thing. Sure, there was some struggle like always blowing up cartridges, getting a torch to play Gameboy in dark. Ahh! Memories. We all have memories of ourselves playing our first game and today we are counting down 90s Video Games That Will Hit you right in the nostalgia

1. HALF-LIFE

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A masterpiece of epic proportions, the “Saving Private Ryan” of first-person shooters. – GamePro
It constantly presents you with variety, surprises, and new challenges to keep you hooked. It is a tour de force in game design, the definitive single player game in a first-person shooter. – IGN
It isn’t every day that you come across a game that totally revolutionizes an entire genre, but Half-Life has done just that. – All Game Guide

2. TOMB RAIDER

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Lara herself is well designed and animates superbly, whether it be while shooting a gun, traversing treacherous mountain ledges or swimming through violent rapids. – Hot Games
One of the best games I have ever played. The graphics are superb, the gameplay out of this world. The sheer number of moves that Lara can perform is staggering. – Games Domain
It is a truly captivating and mesmerizing experience that can be enjoyed by a wide variety of people – especially those interested in grandiose architecture. – All Game Guide

3. THE LEGEND OF ZELDA: OCARINA OF TIME

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A slightly flawed masterpiece, but a masterpiece nonetheless. – Hot Games
This Zelda adventure will undoubtedly withstand the test of time and take its place as one of the best games to ever grace a home system. – Cincinnati Enquirer
Realism is one of the major reasons this title is so amazing. After playing for a while it feels as though you have actually been to Hyrule. – Happy Puppy

 4. FINAL FANTASY VII

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This is the current apex in RPG games. In fact, it is probably one of the best OVERALL games ever created for ANY system. – Absolute Playstation
Without a doubt, FF7 is one of the top Final Fantasy games out there. It is also one of the best RPG adventures of all time. – Thunderbolt
There is tons of RPG combat, which is a little too slow for some people and slowed even further by all of the spectacular but lengthy spell animations. – Electric Playground

5. METAL GEAR SOLID

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A Solid story, inventive gameplay mechanisms, both third and first-person views, a slew of spy equipment, awesome weapons, unique emotional plot and stealth make MGS one of PlayStation’s greatest games ever. – PSX Nation
To accompany the breathtaking graphics is a soundtrack of pure extravagance, and it does wonder to heighten the action and suspense, we can tell you. – TotalGames.net
Its diminished length and excessive non-interactive plot hold it back from truly reaching the highest plateau. Still, this is a must-have for any PSX library and a ton of fun. – Game Revolution

6. CRASH BANDICOOT 3: WARPED

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A very strong contender for PlayStation game of the year. Its “rowdy rowdy” gameplay will keep your head spinning for days. – GamePro
Easily the best Crash game yet and possibly the greatest platforming title on the PSX yet. Although not as long as the previous games it provides the most bang for the buck! – PSX Nation
Easily the best Crash yet. Every aspect of the game is better: new moves, levels, bosses, graphics, sound, and gameplay. It’s the most fun I’ve had with a 3D platform game in a long, long time. – GameSpot

 7. CASTLEVANIA: SYMPHONY OF THE NIGHT

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This is exactly what I’m looking for in a 32-bit Castlevania game: great graphics and animation, plenty of way-cool Bosses and tight 2D gameplay. – Electronic Gaming Monthly
The music is brilliant too – sometimes daunting, sometimes rousing and always doing what music should – enhancing the action. – IGN
It’s tremendous fun and very addicting, despite the uninteresting plot and the bad acting. I only wish it were larger because I enjoyed it so much. – Game Revolution
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