9 Addictive PlayStation One Games You Forgot Existed

9 Addictive PlayStation One Games You Forgot Existed

Reminiscing about our long lost Playstation One games is nothing new. Thanks to the PlayStation Store you can download all your childhood addictions like Crash Bandicoot and Spyro but do you remember these weird and wonderful games?:

1. Kula World (1998)

The game's protagonist was a beach ball whose goal was to collect loose change. The level would end if you fell off the edge, ran out of time, got spiked (literally) or took a dodgy looking pill...

2. Odd World: Abe's Odyssey (1997)

A game hailed by critics as a masterpiece, when Abe (an alien slave) discovers his friends will be slaughtered and turned into food he escapes and tries to liberate as many of his kind as possible. Twenty years later and we still have no clue what this game was about or how to play it.


3. Dino Crisis (1999)

On par with Resident Evil and Silent Hill, Dino Crisis was seriously overlooked. In a time when we were all obsessed with Jurassic Park, Dino Crisis gave us that dino-fighting buzz we'd all been craving.


4. Mary-Kate And Ashley: Magic Mystery Mall (1999)

The game we're least likely to ever replay, Mary-Kate and Ashley's move to the gaming world was pretty darn awful. The game relied on the pair surviving the dystopian space of the 'mall' by, you guessed it, shopping. The game was part of the Olsen twins franchise which included The Adventures of Mary-Kate and Ashley, Mary-Kate and Ashely: Get A Clue and Mary-Kate and Ashley: Pocket Planner. 

5. Dance UK

A game that broke more of your families ornaments and photographs than any other, Dance UK and its corresponding mat was a force to be reckoned with. Can we all agree that the music was awful?


6. MediEvil (1998)

Although its premise was weird and most of us only had the demo, MediEvil was truly one of the forgotten greats. A warrior reincarnated as a zombie, a la Jack from Nightmare Before Christmas, MediEvil was one of Playstation's most difficult games. That being said, the graphics were incredible and we can't wait to play this one again.


7. Rayman (1995)

A game with so many characters it could rival the Game Of Thrones series, Rayman was all about a being who protects a forest and its inhabitants - think Crocodile Dundee destroying global warming.

8. Worms (1995)

Worms is the PlayStation version of the Clangers. As well as barely being able to see the characters on screen, the cackling laughs of the worms would haunt your dreams.


9. Hogs of War (2000)

A single-player combat game, Hogs of War was terrible. For a game that came out in 2000, there was no excuse for the piss poor graphics. Side note: We can't remember if the random voiceover in the walkthrough is part of the game or the person recording the footage.

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