Released in 1990 in the UK, the Mega Drive made us all sit up and listen. No more waiting for tape decks to load slow games – welcome Sonic!
Or the SNES, as it was once known, this was our first taste of Mario Kart and we’ve never looked back since.
A party machine for up to 4 people, the N64 (64 for 64bit) is a 90s classic that’s waiting for you and your friends to gather round for a game of Mario Kart or Mario Party.
The OG next level console – PlayStation was everything we dreamed of… and we just played Crash Bandicoot on it every day (come in and re-live those days!)
Gamecube brings Nintendo into the 21st century. A successor to the N64, our favourite way to play is on Super Smash Bros. Melee and Mario Kart (of course).