Old games are difficult. Old games are too boring. You might have heard so many people say these things but what is your take on it? While you love going all out and playing HD and 3D games, it won’t hurt to go down the memory lane and play iconic games that changed the face of the gaming industry. 

The Top Games that Never Get Old!

Some of the PC games are just as great as the Parx Casino bonus code – they never seem to get old! Wondering which are the best ones? Here are some old but not so old games that you should definitely try:

1. Kid Icarus

One of Nintendo’s most popular fantasy video games, Kid Icarus is based on the Greek mythology called Angel Land. It is a platform game that is the perfect mix of adventure and action. The cult classic is loved by gamers for its music and game play. However, many complain that it is too difficult and requires your complete attention while playing. 

2. The Secret of Monkey Island

A 1990 classic, The Secret of Monkey Island takes place in the Caribbean during the days it was infested by pirates. The video

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game has a rating of 9.4/10 on iMdB, which is one of the highest rankings any game has received till today. Audiovisuals, gameplay, and humor of this game led the creators to produce many more sequels, but none were as good as this one. The 2D game is played in a third person perspective, helping Guybrush Threepwood to interact with people, pick up objects, and solve puzzles. 

3. Half-Life

A first person science fiction game, in Half-Life the player has to solve puzzles and take on combat missions to move on other plots. Most of the scenes in Half-Life are scripted. The character who you are playing is named Gordon. Half-Life has no levels, instead it is divided into chapters that you need to complete to move to the new one. In the game, you come across many guards and scientists that assist you in defeating the enemies.

4. Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty

 Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty is only four years old but it seems like people have forgotten it. It has a 2.5D graphic style in which you play the character of Abe who has the ability to talk to Mudokons. The twist in this game is that Abe is a weak character and there are multiple ways to die from, which you have to stop. There are random flight patterns flying mines that keep the excitement up. 

Then there are games like Roadrash that have recently made its way back. For instance, you could play Road Redemption, if you miss your Roadrash days and while the game didn’t make an impact like you would expect, it’s no doubt that it’s the best way to relive your Roadrash moments. Play any of these games today and relive the good old days. 

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