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Chrono Trigger

Square had no trouble pumping out the hits in the ‘90s, but all those games were just appetizers for what stands up as the greatest…

Super Mario World

Back in the ’80s and ’90s, the debut of each new Mario game was meant to completely change our perceptions of video games. We had…

Final Fantasy 3

It’s not much of a stretch to say that Final Fantasy III (or VI as it’s called now) forever changed RPGs. The setting, a steampunk…

EarthBound

Released at a time when console RPGs meant questing through a medieval fantasy world, most gamers just weren’t ready for EarthBound in the ‘90s. Unusually…

Mega Man X

With a whopping six games released on the NES, the original Mega Man series was getting a bit stale by the early ‘90s. Mega Man…

Super Mario RPG

Square was pumping out classic RPGs at such a ridiculous rate in the ‘90s that even Nintendo jumped at the chance to work with the…

Final Fantasy 2

We now call it Final Fantasy IV, but originally it went by a different name because the second and third games weren’t released in the…

Kirby Super Star

While the Kirby franchise is still very popular, the most consistent criticism of these games is usually that they’re too short and light on content.…

Super Punch-Out

The original Punch-Out!! is still considered one of the greatest games of all time, and Nintendo didn’t change much for the sequel. This is still…