Top 10 Playstation Games For Boys
“PlayStation games”, hearing these words, a young heart gets filled with joy and eager to play these games. Graphics, sounds and the animations of these games are designed so perfectly that we feel the world around us which we see on the screen. It’s hard to believe, but playstation fans spend as much as 6 hours a day playing their favorites at the playstation. If you are adventurous, below are some games which you will really enjoy.
- Final Fantasy VII
- Duke Nukem: Time to Kill
- Final Fantasy VIII
- Final Fantasy IX
- Tekken 3
- Chrono Cross
- Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
- Final Fantasy Tactics
- Crash Bandicoot
- Digimon World
Final Fantasy VII
The Final Fantasy VII was developed by Squaresoft in 1997. In Final Fantasy VII you have to play the role of Cloud Strife, a former member of the military group SOLDIER who carries the enormous Buster Sword with the memories of his sordid past. Cloud has to stop SOLDIER and Shin-Ra, the group behind it from siphoning all the energy from the planet. Shin-Ra wants to use this energy to power their enormous reactors which will destroy the planet. This game is filled with lots of adventure which is the reason that makes it stand out to so many boys.
Duke Nukem: Time to Kill
The Duke Nukem: Time to Kill was developed by n-Space in 1998. It contains a character named Duke who rides motorbike towards the Bootylicious Strip Club in Los Angeles. Duke headed up to find out the alien gate in the modern world with his gun. Duke has to kill the pig cops who were messing up with the history of the world and were trying to take up the world. Due to 28 interactive and expansive levels set in persistently realistic 3D environments, you can carve your way through the game pretty quickly.
Final Fantasy VIII
The Final Fantasy VIII was developed by Squaresoft in 1999. The focus of the game is on a group of young fortune-hunters who are drawn into an international conflict, seeking to protect the world from a fortune-teller who was managing the war for her own purposes. The main character is Squall Leonhart, a 17 year old student at the military academy who avoids the company or assistance of others, who is training to be a “SeeD”, a venal paid by the academy. The breathtaking graphics, detail in the background and the animated elements are the center of attractions of this game.
Final Fantasy IX
The Final Fantasy VIII was developed and published by Squaresoft in 2000. The story of Final Fantasy IX plot centers on a war between several nations. Players have to follow a yooung thief Zidane Tribal who joins with several others to defeat Queen Brahne of Alexendria, who started the war. Facility of switching from one party to other, creatively scripted set pieces made it famous in the crowd of games.
Tekken 3 was developed and published by Namco in 1998. The story is about a boy named Jin whose mother was killed by Ogre and wants to take the revenge. Jin was trained by Heihachi and four years later killed Ogre. As the genre of this game is fighting, it is quite famous among boys.
Chrono Cross was developed by Square Product Development Division in 2000. Yasunori Mitsuda composed the music for Chrono Cross. Chrono Cross’s story focuses on a teenage boy named Serge who is thrust into a parallel world where he died over a decade ago under mysterious circumstances. Serge struggles to uncover his past for which he has been assisted by the flashy thief Kid and many other characters in his travels around tropical archipelago. As it is a role playing game, it is famous among the boys.
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night
Castlevania: Symphony of the Night was developed by Konami Computer Entertainment, Tokyo in 1997. The story of Symphony of the Night begins with the final stage of Ronodo of Blood in which Dracula was defeated by Ritcher Belmont. After four years, Richter vanishes, prompting Maria to search for him and stumble upon Dracula’s castle, Castlevania where they encounter one another and Richter claims to be the lord of Castlevania. Graphics, music and the feature of map system made this game famous.
Final Fantasy Tactics
Final Fantasy Tactics was developed by Square in 1997. The cute-looking characters of Final Fantasy Tactics contradict the serious nature of this game. You will witness social struggle, treachery upon treachery, murder, lost love and moral embarrassment along the way. Soundtrack of the game was composed by Masahru Iwata and Hitoshi Sakimoto. Facility of rotating the terrain 90 degrees at a time and zoom out to a specific point made this game famous.
Crash Bandicoot was developed by Naughty Dog in 1996. In Crash, you have to simply collect the fruits smashing the crates spinning into enemies. Collect 100 pieces of fruit and get an extra life. It is famous among the players looking for an old-school platform with uncanny visual effects.
Digimon World was developed by Bandai (Original Programming), Flying Tiger Development (US Reprogramming) in 2000. Story of Digimon World focuses on the human brought on the File Island of by Jijjimon to save the island. Digimons have been losing their memories resulting to fall into chaos. The player has to play a role of a boy named Hiro, and save the island by helping Digimons to recover their memory. It is a role playing game and is famous amongst the fans of Digimon.