Take control of the lovable but mute protagonist Crono in this time-spanning collaborative effort from Squaresoft's "Dream Team". Chrono Trigger follows the exploits of Crono as he and his friends attempt to save the world from a planet-devouring alien creature.
The sequel to Donkey Kong Country, which focuses on Diddy Kong and new character Dixie Kong after Donkey Kong is kidnapped. It was developed by Rare and is one of the best selling Super Nintendo games.
Despite the defeat of a powerful Maverick leader, Mega Man X (now the leader of the Maverick Hunters) keeps fighting new Mavericks (including the powerful "X-Hunters") while searching for the whereabouts of Zero in the second installment of the Mega Man X series.
A 1995 first-person shooter by LucasArts, released for PCs and the PlayStation. It stars Imperial officer turned mercenary Kyle Katarn, who is hired by the Rebel Alliance to investigate and dismantle a secret Imperial weapons program.
Twisted Metal was one of the earliest games on the first Playstation and at the time really showed what the fledgling system could do. It set the standard for vehicular combat games for years to come and developed a cult following of devoted fans.
Theme Park (1995) (3.54 average Grouvee user rating)
The seventh installment of the Mega Man series brings Mega Man's antics to Nintendo's 16-bit console, as our robotic hero sets out to find the whereabouts of Dr. Wily (who recently escaped from prison) while encountering a mysterious new robotic ally Bass.
The third installment of the Mega Man X franchise has both Mega Man X and the rebuilt Zero (playable for the first time) hunting down the Maverick scientist Dr. Doppler, who has congregated the reformed Mavericks for a more sinister purpose.
Comix Zone (1995) (3.13 average Grouvee user rating)
All was swell for the comic book artist and part-time rock musician Sketch Turner until his apartment got struck by lightning and he gets sucked into his own comic, where he has to fight off mutants and other monstrosities to save himself, as well as "the girl".
In the shoes of a Material Defender working for the PTMC, the objective is to take to the underground and overcome the epidemic of rogue mining robots plaguing across planets in a heart pounding 360 degree action shooter.
Soul Blade (1995) (3.98 average Grouvee user rating)
Originally released as Soul Edge in 1995, a weapon-based fighter that spawned the popular Soul Calibur series of games. Along with Battle Arena Toshinden, it was one of the first 3-D games to utilize weapons instead of strictly hand to hand fighting.