Games

Mario Kart 64 (1997) (4.18 average Grouvee user rating)

Mario Kart's first foray into 3D and the second game in the series, featuring an assortment of various power ups and characters with a distinct Mario vibe.
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Final Fantasy VII (1997) (4.37 average Grouvee user rating)

A young man's quest to defeat a corrupt corporation he once served and exact revenge upon the man who wronged him, uncovering dark secrets about his past along the way, in the most celebrated console RPG of all time. It popularized the RPG genre and was a killer app for the PlayStation console.
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GoldenEye 007 (1997) (4.19 average Grouvee user rating)

A Nintendo 64 game based on the James Bond film by the same name, GoldenEye 007 is both a crucial milestone in the evolution of first-person shooters on consoles and universally considered one of the best movie license games ever made.
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Tekken 3 (1997) (3.85 average Grouvee user rating)

Tekken 3 is the critically acclaimed third installment in the Tekken fighting game series.
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Star Fox 64 (1997) (4.13 average Grouvee user rating)

Return to the cockpit of the Arwing fighter craft and save the Lylat system from conquest in this re-telling of the original Star Fox.
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Diddy Kong Racing (1997) (3.82 average Grouvee user rating)

Nintendo's flagship game for the 1997 holiday season, race as Diddy or one of his friends in this Mario Kart style adventure to defend Timber the Tiger's Island and defeat the evil intergalactic Wizpig.
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Castlevania: Symphony of the Night (1997) (4.54 average Grouvee user rating)

Castlevania: Symphony of the Night is a 2D action-adventure platformer. Its open-ended gameplay mixed with RPG mechanics set the template for later Castlevania games, and its critical acclaim led to the coining of the term Metroidvania.
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Age of Empires (1997) (3.83 average Grouvee user rating)

Pick up your trusty club and get ready to crush some Neolithic skulls in this historically based Real time strategy game focusing on the early Stone Age through till the late Iron Age.
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Fallout (1997) (4.25 average Grouvee user rating)

A critically acclaimed role-playing game developed by Black Isle Studios and Tim Cain in 1997, Fallout established itself as a prominent post-apocalyptic universe with a dark sense of humor.
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Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back (1997) (3.93 average Grouvee user rating)

An action platformer and the second game in the Crash Bandicoot franchise. Cortex is back and angrier than ever. Crash must jump, spin and slide his way to defeat Cortex yet again.
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Tomb Raider II (1997) (3.50 average Grouvee user rating)

The second title in the Tomb Raider franchise. Lara Croft races against the forces of Marco Bartoli in search of clues that will lead her to the Dagger of Xian, a powerful relic that allowed the Emperor of China to command his armies.
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The Curse of Monkey Island (1997) (4.40 average Grouvee user rating)

The Curse of Monkey Island is a point and click adventure game from LucasArts. It is the third game in the Monkey Island series and features the swashbuckling theme, eccentric puzzles, and humor that the series is known for.
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Quake II (1997) (3.63 average Grouvee user rating)

The second game in id Software's Quake series. Not actually a direct sequel to Quake, Quake II tells a story of an alien invasion. It casts the player as a lone space marine named Bitterman who must fight the villainous alien Strogg on their home planet of Stroggos.
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Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee (1997) (3.97 average Grouvee user rating)

Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee is the first game in the Oddworld series. It puts players in the role of Abe, a Mudokon slave that sets out on a quest to free his enslaved race and restore the lost land.
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Rampage World Tour (1997) (3.22 average Grouvee user rating)

Destroy buildings, wreck cars, eat people. If this is what you are looking for in a game, you are in luck.
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Turok: Dinosaur Hunter (1997) (3.13 average Grouvee user rating)

Turok was one of the first fully 3-D shooters that was acclaimed for being something more than just another DOOM clone. It combined an interesting story with innovative level design and technically proficient graphics.
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Carmageddon (1997) (3.61 average Grouvee user rating)

Carmageddon is an infamous racing game that puts the 'laughter' into the phrase 'vehicular manslaughter.'
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Bomberman 64 (1997) (3.33 average Grouvee user rating)

The first 3D Bomberman game in the franchise. It features an action-adventure single-player mode as well as a four-player multiplayer mode.
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Theme Hospital (1997) (4.06 average Grouvee user rating)

Theme Hospital is a hospital management simulator designed by Bullfrog Productions, known for its tounge in cheek humour and innovative designs in their games.
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Mortal Kombat 4 (1997) (2.85 average Grouvee user rating)

Mortal Kombat 4 is the fourth installment of one of the most violent fighting game franchises of all time, moving the series to 3D while introducing limited weapon-based combat.
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Dungeon Keeper (1997) (4.00 average Grouvee user rating)

With the tagline "Evil is Good", Dungeon Keeper invites players to channel their inner dungeon master by building and sustaining an underground lair replete with evil minions and devious traps, with the ultimate goal of overthrowing the sanctimonious Lords of the Land.
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PaRappa the Rapper (1997) (3.44 average Grouvee user rating)

Parappa the Rapper is a hip-hop themed rhythm game for the Playstation and PSP starring a rapping dog and his adventures to impress his secret crush.
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Broken Sword II: The Smoking Mirror (1997) (3.91 average Grouvee user rating)

Sequel to the popular adventure game Broken Sword: The Shadow of the Templars. George and Nico are embroiled in yet another mysterious escapade of brutality, calamity and immorality.
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Star Wars: Jedi Knight - Dark Forces II (1997) (3.92 average Grouvee user rating)

The followup to 1995's Dark Forces, Star Wars Jedi Knight: Dark Forces II is a first-person shooter set within the Star Wars universe. Its story revolves around Kyle Katarn, who must discover his latent connection to the Force in order to combat seven powerful Sith Lords.
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Worms 2 (1997) (3.85 average Grouvee user rating)

The sequel to 1995's Worms, Worms 2 revisits Team 17's world of zany annelid mayhem, adding new weapons and an entirely new art style.
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