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12 Retro Video Games That Will Make You Feel Like a Kid Again

Playing brand-new video games is exciting because of just how far technology and artistic talent have come.

But long-time gamers know that there's something special about retro video games that they fell in love with as kids. These are the top-voted answers nostalgic gamers mentioned.

Baldurs Gate (1998)

u/Local-Cat9375 shared, “Baldurs Gate 1998.” “My dad was into video games as well and I remember him being just as excited as I was the first time playing and creating my character,” replied u/TobyMcToby100.

Rollercoaster Tycoon (1999)

u/bussybeboppin recommended, “Rollercoaster Tycoon <3.” “Man, I just started replaying that one about 4 months ago. It's still Hella fun,” added u/xmetalshredheadx

Super Mario (1985)

3: Super Mario (1985) u/Possible_Ad_5106 said, “Super Mario. always loved that game.”

Fallout 3 (2008)

u/yrys88 responded, “Fallout 3 helped me through some hard times.” “I remember buying a used Xbox 360 with a bunch of games and fallout 3 was one of them. I hadn't heard anything about the game prior to starting it up,” replied u/osktox.

Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee (1997)

u/fitzonatisch responded, “Oddworld: Abe's Oddysee. cute and quirky 90s platformer where you have to save a bunch of aliens from being turned into pies by other aliens. I still play it every now and then.”

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (1998)

u/bschreder13 answered, “Ocarina of Time.” “Yes!!!!” agreed u/Somedudefromaplacep, “One of the few games I have played to 100% multiple times.”

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