Games

Super Mario 64 (1996) (4.38 average Grouvee user rating)

A landmark in videogames with 3D gameplay, Super Mario 64 set numerous standards for 3D platforming design upon its release.
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Pokémon Red/Blue (1996) (4.42 average Grouvee user rating)

Pokémon Red version and Blue version were the initial two releases in the Pokémon franchise. You play as Red, a Pokémon trainer from Pallet Town who Ash Ketchum, the anime protagonist, was later based on, and start a journey to become a Pokémon Master and ultimately catch 'em all.
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Diablo (1996) (3.84 average Grouvee user rating)

Diablo is an isometric strategy RPG that takes place in and below the town of Tristram. In Diablo you use gothic fantasy weapons and spells to defeat hordes of monsters from hell through randomized dungeon levels, continuously gaining experience points, gold, and a variety of equipment to bolster your monster-killing potency along the way.
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Crash Bandicoot (1996) (3.82 average Grouvee user rating)

Take control of Crash Bandicoot in his first adventure to stop the evil Doctor Neo Cortex and Nitrus Brio from taking over the world.
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Tomb Raider (1996) (3.48 average Grouvee user rating)

Tomb Raider stars Lara Croft in her first title as she races through the jungles of Peru to the sands of Egypt in pursuit of the Scion, an ancient artifact reputedly holding the key to the ancient mystery of Atlantis itself. It would later be remade as Tomb Raider Anniversary.
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Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars (1996) (4.24 average Grouvee user rating)

Join Mario in his first RPG adventure! Explore new and previously unseen areas of the Mushroom Kingdom on a quest to stop the mechanical Smithy on a path of conquest in this collaboration between Square and Nintendo.
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Duke Nukem 3D (1996) (3.74 average Grouvee user rating)

Kill countless aliens while rescuing babes as Duke Nukem in this critically acclaimed first-person shooter.
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Resident Evil (1996) (3.93 average Grouvee user rating)

Resident Evil is a survival horror classic in which a group of special forces agents, known as S.T.A.R.S, struggle against hordes of zombies and various other mutants in a mysterious mansion as they try to uncover the truth behind the terrifying infection. The game is credited for coining the phrase "survival horror" and popularizing the genre.
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Wave Race 64 (1996) (3.29 average Grouvee user rating)

One of the early titles released on the Nintendo 64, Wave Race combines challenging courses, realistic water effects, and stunt modes into an aquatic racing experience that still stands as the best the genre has to offer.
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Quake (1996) (3.67 average Grouvee user rating)

The much-anticipated follow-up to Doom, Quake was one of the first games to make use of fully polygonal graphics and hardware acceleration, and is often credited as the point of origin for many lasting trends in the FPS genre, such as standardized mouse look and the WADS control scheme.
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Donkey Kong Country 3: Dixie Kong's Double Trouble! (1996) (3.83 average Grouvee user rating)

The final installment in the original Donkey Kong Country trilogy for the Super Nintendo. Like the previous installment, Donkey Kong is not a playable character. In this game, Diddy Kong is replaced by the toddler Kiddy Kong.
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Command & Conquer: Red Alert (1996) (3.91 average Grouvee user rating)

A prequel to the original Command and Conquer, Red Alert takes place in an alternate universe where Einstein has gone back in time to eliminate Hitler causing a different World War II between the Soviet Union and Allied forces of the free world.
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Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars (1996) (4.04 average Grouvee user rating)

The first game in the Broken Sword franchise -- also known as Circle of Blood -- is a point and click adventure game. A Director's Cut with new content has been released on the Wii, DS and iPhone.
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Kirby Super Star (1996) (4.25 average Grouvee user rating)

Take control of the the famous pink puffball to play through a total of nine adventures and minigames with Kirby and his new Helper friends.
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Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire (1996) (3.44 average Grouvee user rating)

One of the earliest Nintendo 64 action games puts players into the role of mercenary Dash Rendar in this hybrid third-person shooter and flight combat game based on the Star Wars expanded universe project of the same name.
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Twisted Metal 2 (1996) (3.84 average Grouvee user rating)

Twisted Metal 2 is the second game in the franchise, which adds more playable characters and weapons to the series as the various cars attempt to battle their way to the evil Calypso for their desired prize.
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Sid Meier's Civilization II (1996) (4.25 average Grouvee user rating)

The second game in the famous turn based strategy series by Sid Meier.
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Warcraft II: Beyond the Dark Portal (1996) (4.00 average Grouvee user rating)

An expansion pack for Blizzard's award winning Warcraft II: Tides of Darkness.
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Harvest Moon (1996) (3.82 average Grouvee user rating)

Harvest Moon is a farming simulation released on the SNES in 1997. In the game you improve your farm and farming techniques, make money from selling your produce, romance the women of the town, and eventually take a wife and have children.
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Suikoden (1996) (4.16 average Grouvee user rating)

Genso Suikoden, a Japanese RPG, was one of the first role-playing games released for the PlayStation console. The game puts you in the role of a young hero who finds himself leading an army of rebels trying to overthrow a corrupt empire. The game features over 108 recruitable characters.
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Sonic 3D Blast (1996) (2.39 average Grouvee user rating)

Sonic 3D Blast, also known as Sonic 3D: Flickies' Island, is a 2D isometric action-adventure game in which Sonic the Hedgehog must traverse pseudo-3D environments to collect flickies, tiny little birds born out of the Sega arcade game, Flicky.
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Mortal Kombat Trilogy (1996) (3.60 average Grouvee user rating)

Return to Outworld with all the previous Mortal Kombat kombatants in this mashup of every previous MK title.
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Pilotwings 64 (1996) (3.01 average Grouvee user rating)

Take control of six characters and take part in hand-gliding, rocket-belting, and gyrocopter-ing as you pass tests in this crazy flight simulator for the N64.
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Blood Omen: Legacy of Kain (1996) (3.49 average Grouvee user rating)

Set in the dark, brooding world of Nosgoth, Blood Omen tells a compelling tale about betrayal and vengeance. It's also known for its horrendously long load times.
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Metal Slug: Super Vehicle - 001 (1996) (3.94 average Grouvee user rating)

Metal Slug is a 2D run-and-gun platformer for the Neo Geo that's known for its fluid animation, sense of humor, and brutal two-player action.
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