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).
WWF classic game, the sequel to WWF Superstars. Fight in the Royal Rumble mode or Saturday Night’s Main Event.
The only soccer game we’ve got, it was the first association football game to use 3D computer graphics and texture mapping. Fancy!
A fighting game where you need to knock your opponent out of the ring – you can even make your own character that looks like you on this one!
You play as teenage turtles going through levels to defeat all the enemies (including Shredder, the Foot Clan and Krang) to rescue April O’Neill.
Battle as Sam Flynn on the Grid against Clu & Rinzler, take on rounds themed on scenes from the film, such as: riding two ramps for Light Cycle battles, defeating the motorised recognizer target bank to expose Rinzler’s spinning Identity Disc, & firing the ball to simulate a Disc War.