Top 3 Playstation 1 (PS1) games

Top 3 Playstation 1 (PS1) games

 28 Apr 2020

    Gaming Industry

In this article we look at the Playstation 1 console and in our opinion the top 3 games.

Hope you enjoy, let us know your top Playstation 1 games.


Number 1 – Abe's Oddysee 

Abe`s Oddysee just had to be our number 1, developed by Oddworld Inhabitants and released in 1997, this game was hours of fun as the player took on the role of Abe as he tried to escape, and free as many enslaved Mudokons from the meat grinder as possible. It also had one of the most memorable into trailers of any game.



Number 2- Worms 

Who would of thought worms could be so entertaining? This military themed strategy game has to be a firm favourite of ours. But beware friendships will be tested if playing multiplayer, it could open a whole new can of worms.




Number 3- Lara Croft, Tomb Raider

We just had to put Lara croft on our top 3 list, what better way was there to pass the time? We just loved being Lara and searching for treasures and artifacts. This game was so popular it went on to become a film.





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