5 great original PlayStation games to play

5 great original Playstation games to play
5 great original Playstation games to play

Whether you’re a retro games fanboy/girl or you’re just looking for that nostalgia trip but you aren’t sure where to start, we are here to help you with suggestions of 5 games to play off of the original PlayStation that we enjoyed back in the day, as well as even more now that we have them on the RG353P!

Iron Fist (Otherwise known as Tekken)

Iron Fist(tekken)

The game that started it all in the Tekken franchise, Iron Fist is still an amazing game for those who want to experience the thrill of fighting games coupled with heavy nostalgia goggles. With 8 characters to choose from all with their own fighting styles and Sub bosses when you take them into story mode. Despite the small cast there is still hours of fun to be had with this game, and with the RG353P retro gaming console you can have it in the palm of your hand!

The Contra Adventure

Contra Adventure

This one is less well known, but The Contra Adventure still packs a punch when it comes to early ps1 games, released in 1998 and while it didn’t have the best reviews we still think its a great game to play if you want to have some mindless sci fi shooting fun. Its a fantastic timewaster and it has multiple types of weapons, levels, enemies and bosses to shoot your way through!

Disney Hercules

Disneys Hercules

For those of you looking for a real nostalgia trip, Disney’s Hercules follows the same famous story as the from the animated film. Hercules, the son of Zeus, is stripped of his godhood and must prove he is a hero to regain it. To do this, you have to pass many different tasks and defeat many different Greek mythological bosses. Like the minotaur, gorgon and hades. We like this game as when it comes to the boss fights most of them cannot be defeated by conventional fighting. It requires more thought by performing special actions to win the day! So if you like classic Disney and Greek mythology, definitely give this one a try on the RG353P retro gaming console!

Crash Bandicoot

crash bandicoot
crash bandicoot

Crash Bandicoot is a 1996 platform video game developed by naughty dog for the PlayStation. It is a game in which you control the main character Crash. You are tasked with traversing 32 levels to defeat the main villain Dr Neo Cortex to rescue Crash’s girlfriend Tawna. The game play is 3rd person, and the aim is to get to the end of the level without losing all your lives, Scattered around the level are crates that you can break to gain various effects. Anything rom an extra life to complete invincibility! Crash bandicoot has been a staple in the video games industry so if you feel like playing the game that started it all, check it out!

Mega Man X5

Megaman X5

Mega man X5 is a very good game for its time it goes on to expand on the gameplay engine of the previous game. Like before, the player can choose to play through the game as either X or Zero, traversing through perilous terrain and defeating a legion of enemies along the way with a variety of weapons. There are eight bosses in total as well with names that funnily enough reference to the rock band Guns N Roses. Mega Man X5 was met with generally positive reviews, with most of the praise going for the graphics, gameplay and soundtrack. This is a great game to play on the RG353P retro gaming console!

These are only a few of the thousands of games that are on the PlayStation. Many of which can be found on the RG353P. This means you can happily play many PlayStation games any time and at your fingertips! If you wish to check out the RG353P review click here! Getting the PlayStation and games associated with it these days is like looking for a needle in a haystack but the RG353P is always here! You can buy the RG353P here.

DaveC
Bringer of videos, text and images! AKA the social media guy at DroiX. Massive retro gaming fan and collector, with a far too large collection of consoles and computers from 1970's to modern.
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