Early millennials would agree that video games were easily the best thing about the 90’s. Summer holidays were all about morning bicycle rides and afternoons sessions with the Nintendo. Even in a time where we were decades away from a high-end game like Assassin’s Creed
or No Man’s Sky
, we’ve played these Nintendo games like our lives depended on it.
Maybe that’s why we still have some serious emotions for the simplest games we’ve played back then. On the occasion of Nintendo day, here are the best Nintendo games from that era that can bring up some serious nostalgia.
Can we ever forget that victory sound when Mario finally reaches the flag?
A riffle and unlimited ammunition! Do we need anything more to keep us hooked?
You could spend endless hours syncing those brick and never get tired of it.
Oh the simple joys 90's games!
Do you remember that pesky giggling dog every time you missed shooting those ducks? It easily brought out the most competitive side in us.
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
So many elements to this game. It sure was way ahead of it's time. Not complaining at all though.
How many of us would pick this vintage game over 2003's Sands of Time game, say "aye"!
A cross between Super Mario and Tetris, the fondest memory of this game was that trippy sound that played throughout.
There was something so competitive about this two player game!
Now this game needed the player to have some real joystick control skills.
This probably wasn't the most popular game, but it still stands out.
Aim and shoot! That's all there was to it and yet it was so much fun.
Let's take a moment to remember one of the earliest racing games.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Even though it was an early 90's game, it had some seriously badass moves.
Chip 'N Dale: Rescue Rangers
One of the very few Disney cartoons that made it as a video game, Chip and Dale sure was one helluva game.
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