Home Playstation Games 8 Classic Games That Instantly Take Us Back To Our Childhood Playstation Games 8 Classic Games That Instantly Take Us Back To Our Childhood By - June 30, 2017 280 42 Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Rob takes a look at 8 nostalgia-inducing classics that instantly transport us back to our childhood. Which games do it for you? Let us know in the comments! RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Playstation Games Elite Dangerous Trailer Playstation Games Concrete Genie – Gameplay Walkthrough | PlayStation Underground Playstation Games Robinson: The Journey | TRAILER | PlayStation VR | #PlayStationPGW 42 COMMENTS Crash Bandicoot, Spyro the Dragon, Gex Enter the Gecko, Croc, Final Fantasy 7, Legend of Dragoon, Tony Hawk Pro Skater, and Tomb Raider. How bout Rayman though nooo not tonyhawk, street sk8ter was my first skating game on psone I had tears in my eyes the moment I heard Cloud's theme song burst through the speakers Where was the badger? . O I used to love Overboard I found Crash 3 and Spyro minutes before i clicked on this video… the game that takes me back is Halo combat evolved. I remember having to beat my dad 10 times in one on one before I could play. that sound track takes me back to me and my dad fighting through the co op….man the nostalgia. The Megaman X series for me. Started with SNES then came to PlayStation. Was so pleased. They need to remaster Spyro Gex 3: deep cover gecko was my first video game ever. For #1 I actually recieved chills Is it weird that metal gear solid: vr missions was my first metal gear you can't talk about crash without talking about spyro it's like talking about jak and daxter without ratchet and clank or kojima without guerilla games or banjo without rare I've been playing games since I was two years old and crash was the first game that I heard that orgasm of a playstation boot up when I was four and that's when I became a hardcore gamer and started playing seriously Just finished metal gear solid for the first time. It's nineteen years old, yet it's still one of the best games I've ever played. No parappa the rapper? I'm 11 and even I played crash bandicoot (still have it) also spyro, (I sucked at spyro) skate 3 (I was too small to understand it) Did the original Tomb Raider on PS1 really run that slow? I remember it running smooth, but it was 20 years ago that I last played it, so it's definitely nostalgia glasses in full effect. Really Rob? Midnight Run was easy. Even 7-year old me got all the crystals on that one. NBA street 2 and need for speed underground waking up early to play Crash Bandicoot before going to school was real and you amazed me. i think it was only me who was doing that haha Yes! Spyro brings me back! halo was the 1st game I played I literally got goosebumps when I heard the Final Fantasy 7 song I have never played metal gear solid Rob but after you saying about it many times i am gonna buy metal gear solid 5 for my ps4 at my birthday you guys do know if it wasn't for Nintendo PlayStation wouldn't exist ? The console's origins date back to 1988 where it was originally a joint project between Nintendo and Sony to create a CD-ROM for the Super Famicom. Although Nintendo denied the existence of the Sony deal as late as March 1991, Sony revealed a Super Famicom with a built-in CD-ROM drive, that incorporated Green Book technology or CD-i, called "Play Station" (also known as SNES-CD) at the Consumer Electronics Show in June 1991. However, a day after the announcement at CES, Nintendo announced that it would be breaking its partnership with Sony, opting to go with Philips instead but using the same technology. The deal was broken by Nintendo after they were unable to come to an agreement on how revenue would be split between the two companies. The breaking of the partnership infuriated Sony President Norio Ohga, who responded by appointing Kutaragi with the responsibility of developing the PlayStation project to rival Nintendo. I remember the game we used to play with a super ball and Jack's we would bounce the Superball as high as it would go and try to pick up all the jacks My first game was Pokémon Yellow for Gameboy Color. star ocean, suikoden, and wild arms. I really like how you put Cloud and Tifa on your shelf, with their legs dangling..they look so cute together. I had to get them too and now they are in the same position on my piano, with the Hardy Daytona behind them. A great little reminder of my childhood and without a doubt of one of the best games and stories of all time. Abes Odyssee and Resident Evil take me right back to when I got my PS1 for Xmas. It blew my mind. "look at those graphics it's like actual real life" I shreaked in delight. How far the graphics and game engines have come. Yet back then a strange quite bizarre thing mattered – Game play! Nowadays your banished and trolled if you hark on about this thing called 'game play'. The 90's truly were an amazing time to be alive and seeing I was born in 76 the 90's were my formative years. Thank you Sony I truly love you💖 Top channel by the way: Funny, informative and full of FF7 and MGS flashbacks. What a mongo lipslide! HAHAHAHAH man that got me good, Rob is a genius Star Wars KOTOR. This is that game that made me do a complete 180 degree turn with my viewpoint of games. This was the first game that ever made me feel as if my choices, my ideas and beliefs, they truly mattered. That was something very special to me as a kid. I wasn't playing a glorified movie with some interactive bits, I was the one in control of how the story progressed. I saw just how grate a video game could truly be, and I haven't looked back since. Overboard was awesome 🙂 Proof that rob knows counting past 7 The most memorable music I ever heard was The Best is Yet To Come from MGS (Yeah, the ending music of the video) and it's still fresh as if I played it only a couple of weeks ago. Wish I could stay in those old days. Life was 10 times better. Zelda Ocarina of Time…Just the opening music sends me back to a simpler time. It's pretty much apart of my soul. Gex! Good times. pokemon red and blue Comments are closed.