6 Best PS1 games of all time
The PlayStation 1 is a fifth-generation console that initially hit the stores in 1994. Since its launch, the platform went on to become the home of some of the most important video game titles of all time.
Sony launched a PlayStation Classic that included 20 preloaded games on 3 December 2018, which marked the 24th anniversary of the beloved classic console.
The original PlayStation had games of virtually every genre, including racing games, fighting games, PRGs, and even some iconic stealth titles.
In this article, without further ado, let us take a trip down the memory lane, and shed some light on some of the best PS1 games of all time.
#6 Final Fantasy IX
As the name suggests, this is the ninth instalment in the long-standing Final Fantasy series and hit the stores first in the year 2000. Interestingly, this role-playing video game, developed by Square, was the last Final Fantasy game developed for the PS1 console.
The plot revolves around the consequences of a war between nations in a medieval fictional world called Gaia. The game shone new light on the exploration aspect seen in RPGs with its introduction of the Active Time Events, where events unfolded simultaneously in different parts of the map.
Final Fantasy IX was a commercial success during its launch, selling over five million copies. Furthermore, the game is the highest rated game in the Final Fantasy series.
Metacritic Rating: 94/100
#5 Medal of Honor
Medal of Honor is the first game that explored World War II with a first-person shooter viewpoint, and successfully, launched the release of a slew of games that target this genre.
Medal of Honor was released initially for PS1 on 1999 with the story created by Steven Spielberg. This game was the first instalment in the series, and till 2018, fourteen titles are released under the Medal of Honor banner.
Along with an engaging campaign that takes place during the final stages of the Last Great War, the game also features an engaging split-screen deathmatch mode, which engaged the players against each other.
Metacritic Rating: 92/100