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Posted on Dec 8, 2015

Can You Name These '90s Games From A Single Screenshot?

Good thing those graphics have vastly improved since then.

  1. Nintendo / nintendocaps.tumblr.com
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    Super Mario World

    Released in 1992, this was the first Mario game to feature Mario's dinosaur friend, Yoshi.

    Via Nintendo / nintendocaps.tumblr.com / mariowiki.com
  2. Hudson / 7thjojo.tumblr.com
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    Bonk's Adventure

    Released for the TurboGrafx-16 in 1990, a remake of the original was released in Japan many years later for the PlayStation 2 and for the Nintendo GameCube.

    Via Hudson / 7thjojo.tumblr.com / bonk.wikia.com
  3. Sega / bluedudewithatude.tumblr.com
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    Sonic the Hedgehog 2

    Released in 1992, this sequel debuted Sonic's best friend, Miles "Tails" Prower, as a playable character.

    Via Sega / bluedudewithatude.tumblr.com / sonic.wikia.com
  4. Nintendo / fuckyeahbanjo-kazooie.tumblr.com
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    Banjo-Kazooie

    Released in 1998, the plot follows the protagonist Banjo, as he tries to save his sister from an evil witch.

    Via Nintendo / fuckyeahbanjo-kazooie.tumblr.com /
  5. Time Warner Interactive / gamingondemand.tumblr.com
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    VR Virtua Racing

    Released in 1995, the third instalment of the Virtua Racing series introduced four new cars, bringing the total number of cars in the game to five.

    Via Time Warner Interactive / gamingondemand.tumblr.com / gaming.wikia.com
  6. Sony / ridge-racer.tumblr.com
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    Ridge Racer

    Released in 1994, Ridge Racer was the first racing game to introduce drifting capabilities, where a car could slide sideways without losing forward momentum.

    Via Sony / ridge-racer.tumblr.com / ridgeracer.wikia.com
  7. Sony / granturismo.tumblr.com
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    Gran Turismo 2

    Released in 1999, this racing game featured 20 tracks and over 400 vehicles.

    Via Sony / granturismo.tumblr.com / gran-turismo.wikia.com
  8. Sega / bombaytaxi.tumblr.com
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    Crazy Taxi

    Released in 1999, the aim of this game was to pick up customers and take them to their destination as quickly as possible. Money could also be earned from performing stunts and tricks, which was very unlike an actual taxi experience.

    Via Sega / bombaytaxi.tumblr.com / gaming.wikia.com
  9. Namco / taleslations.tumblr.com
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    Tales of Phantasia

    Released in 1995, Tales of Phantasia was the first and only Super Famicom game to feature an entirely original, vocalised theme song featured directly in the game.

    Via Namco / taleslations.tumblr.com / aselia.wikia.com
  10. Square Co., Ltd. / fuckyeahff.tumblr.com
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    Final Fantasy III

    Up until 2006, Final Fantasy III was the only instalment in the series to have never been officially translated and distributed outside of Japan.

    Via Square Co., Ltd. / fuckyeahff.tumblr.com / finalfantasy.wikia.com
  11. Sony / all-things-crash-bandicoot.tumblr.com
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    Crash Bandicoot: Warped

    Released in 1998, this game saw the player controlling Crash and Coco Bandicoot, as they travel back and forward in time to gather 25 crystals before their nemeses Uka Uka and Doctor Neo Cortex get them.

    Via Sony / all-things-crash-bandicoot.tumblr.com /
  12. Midway Games / mortalkombatshrine.tumblr.com
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    Mortal Kombat 4

    Released in 1997, Mortal Kombat 4 was the last in the series to be available to play as an arcade version.

    Via Midway Games / mortalkombatshrine.tumblr.com
  13. Ubisoft / askoriginsrayman.tumblr.com
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    Rayman

    Released in 1995, this first instalment of the Rayman series is famous for its high difficulty level.

    Via Ubisoft / askoriginsrayman.tumblr.com / rayman.wikia.com
  14. Hasbro / fuckyeahrollercoastertycoon.tumblr.com
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    RollerCoaster Tycoon

    Released in 1999, RollerCoaster Tycoon put the player in the role of a theme park manager, creating rides and attractions to amuse guests, and shops and stalls to keep them entertained.

    Via Hasbro / fuckyeahrollercoastertycoon.tumblr.com / rct.wikia.com
  15. Sony / fuckyeahspyrothedragon.tumblr.com
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    Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage!

    Released in 1999, Spyro must defeat an evil sorcerer, known as Ripto, who has invaded the world of Avalar and is wreaking havoc on its citizens with his magic.

    Via Sony / fuckyeahspyrothedragon.tumblr.com

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