The first 3D Legend of Zelda game, Ocarina of Time was created for the Nintendo 64 in 1998 and introduced innovative mechanics such as Z-targeting as well as many of the series' other trademarks. It has frequently been ranked as the greatest game of all time by many publications.
StarCraft (1998) (4.10 average Grouvee user rating)
StarCraft has been called the greatest real-time strategy game ever and it's certainly one of the most critically acclaimed. StarCraft features three powerful, yet balanced races: the Terrans, the Zerg, and the Protoss. You play as each race fights to the death for the fate of the universe.
Half-Life (1998) (4.34 average Grouvee user rating)
Metal Gear Solid, released in 1998, is a game developed and published by Konami Corporation. The game follows recent retiree Solid Snake in his return to active duty as he attempts to rescue hostages DARPA Chief Donald Anderson and president of ArmsTech Kenneth Baker in order to prevent terrorists from launching a nuclear warhead.
Brood War is the expansion to the best-selling pc-game of 1998, Starcraft. Brood War expands on the original game with unit additions for each race as well as a new campaign that continues the story of the original game.
Play as lovable goofball Banjo the bear and his bird pal Kazooie in the first of many adventures as they collect valuable "Jiggies" in order to face the vile witch, Gruntilda and save Banjo's sister Tooty.
Final Fantasy Tactics is an isometric turn-based strategy game with RPG elements set in the world of Ivalice. It follows the plight of Ramza Beoulve on his quest to obtain the 12 Zodiac Brave stones and stop the corrupt Church of Glabados from unleashing an ancient evil.
A direct sequel to Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back. Crash and Coco Bandicoot have to travel through time to collect crystals before Doctor Neo Cortex and his allies do. This was the last platforming Bandicoot game by Naughty Dog.