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Video Game Hall of Fame



- Originally released in 1972
- The first game developed and published by Atari
- Designed by Allan Alcorn
- It took 3 days to develop


Grand Theft Auto 3

- Originally released in 2001
- Published by Rockstar Games
- Developed by DMA Design
- Withdrawn then re-released in Australia due to the games controversy 


The Last Of Us

- Released in 2013 for the PlayStation 3
- Developed by Naughty Dog
- Published by Sony Computer Entertainment
- Rereleased for the PlayStation 4 in July/August 2014 in all territories 


Wii Sports

- Released in 2006 for the Nintendo Wii
- Developed by Nintendo
- The 4th highest selling game of all time
- Packaged with the Wii console

- Contained 5 games: Tennis, bowling, Baseball, Boxing and Golf


Sonic The Hedgehog

- Released in 1991 for the Mega Drive and Genesis
- Developed by Sonic Team
- Published by Sega
- Single-player platformer

- Was rated PG-13


Mortal Kombat

- First released October 8, 1992 in arcades
- Developed by Midway

- Published by Acclaim
- Controversial due to its use of blood 
- Mega Drive blood cheat: A, B, A, C, A ,B, B


Halo: Combat Evolved

- First released on the 15th of November 2001
- Developed by Bungie

- Published by Xbox game Studios
- Released for the original Xbox 
- Main character: Master Chief 



- First released on the 29th of November 1995
- Developed by Psygnosis
- Released for the Playstation, Sega Saturn and PC
- Set in 2052

- controversy over the marketing due to drug culture


Tony Hawk's Pro Skater 1 & 2

- First released on the 29th of September 1999 and the 19th of September 2000
- Developed by Neversoft
- Published by Activision
- The pilot for the first game was Bruce Willis on a skateboard 

- If you 100% the second game with a created skater you can play as Spider-man


The Sims

- First released on the 4th of February 2000
- Developed by Maxis
- Published by Electronic Arts
- Sold just under 200 million copies worldwide

- Money cheat: rosebud



- First released on the 19th of June 1984
- Designed by Alexey Pajitnov
- There was a legal battle over the ownership of the game and the rights were reverted to Pajitnov in 1996
- Over 100 million sales worldwide


Resident Evil

- First released on the 22nd of March 1996
- Developed and published by Capcom
- Created by Shinji Mikami and Tokuro Fujiwara
- Was originally known as Biohazard in Japan

- Resident Evil holds a Guinness World Record for World's Worst Dialogue


Crash Bandicoot

- First released on the 9th of September 1996
- Developed by Naughty Dog
- It was the first platformer where the camera as behind the main character
- Sonys CEO at the time hated crash

- The female bandicoot (Tawna) was based on Pamela Anderson


Half-Life 2

- First released on the 16th of November 2004
- Developed and Published by Valve
- The game has 68 load screens

- Artist: Viktor Antonov

- Writer: Marc Laidlaw



- First released on the 13th of March 2012 (US) and 14th of March 2012 (Europe) for the PlayStation 3
- Developed by Thatgamecompany Santa Monica Studio
- Published by Sony Computer Entertainment

Artists Matt Nav and Aaron Jessie



- Developed by Namco in Japan and Midway in America
- Released in July 1980 in Japan and December 1980 in America
- Ghost names Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde

- Best-selling Atari 2600 game of all time, 7 million


Street Fighter II

- Developed and Published by Capcom
- Released in March 1991
-The SNES sold over 6.3 million cartridges

- Sold more than 200,000 arcade cabinets



- Published by 2K games
- Released on the 21st of August 2007
- Uses the unreal engine 2.5

- Set in 1960

- The city of rapture was built in 1940


- Released on September 13, 1985
- Published by Nintendo
- Created by Shigeru Miyamoto

- Mario was a carpenter before becoming a plumber

- Mario's original name was Jumpman


- Developed and published by: 3909 LLC
- Initially released on the 8th of August 2013 for Windows and IOS
- Released on the PS Vita on the 12th of December 2017

- The game has 20 different endings


- Released in Japan on the 27th of February 1996
- Developed by Game Freak
- Published by Nintendo for the Game Boy

- Released in Europe on the 5 of October 1999 (Pokemon Red and Blue)

- The game was originally titled "Capsule Monsters"


- Released September 1991 for the Sega Mega Drive or Genesis in the US
- Developed and published by Electronic Arts
- The Game Boy version is one of two licensed games that are incompatible with the Game Boy Color

- A SNES version was planned and then canceled


- Released on the 3rd of September 1998 for the Playstation
- Developed and Published by Konami
- Directed by Hideo Kojima

- The developers designed the levels out of Lego

- The game was originally going to be on the 3DO


- Released on the 21st of November 1998 for the N64
- Developed and Published by Nintendo
- This game runs on the same engine as Super Mario 64 

- This was almost built to be a first person game


- Originally released on the 27th of March 1997 on MS-DOS

- Released February 1998 for the Playstation
- Published by Electronic Arts

- Developed by Bullfrog Productions
- It has illnesses such as: Bloaty Head, Alien DNA, Hairyitis, Spare Ribs and many more


- Released on the 20th of April 2018 for the PlayStation 4

- Developed by Santa Monica Studios
- Published by Sony Interactive Entertainment

- Kratos Won The 2010 Spike Video Game Award For "Biggest Baddass"


- Released on the 17th of August 1990 in Europe

- Developed by Konami 
- The game was called teenage mutant ninja turtles in the rest of the world bar Europe

- The turtles were called: Leonardo, Michelangelo, Donatello, and Raphael.


- Released on the 18th of November 1994 in the UK for the Super Nintendo

- Developed by Rare and Published by Nintendo

- It began as a boxing game
- It was originally intended for the N64

- Cranky Kong is actually the original Donkey Kong


- Came out on the PC on the 18th of August 2020

- Released on the Xbox Serise X and S on the 27th of July 2021

- In game there are over 1.5 billion buildings and 2 trillion trees 
- Its a full version of the world so you can fly anywhere you like


- Released on the 18th of April 2011

Platforms: PlayStation 3, macOS, Xbox 360, Windows and Linux

- The game was originally going to have no Chell, no GLaDOS and no portals

- A Wheatly decal was added to an ISS supply ship. So technically he went to space!


- Released on the 25th of August 2009 

- Developed by Rocksteady Studios

- One person spent 2 years working on Batman's cape.

- Only 60 developers worked on the game in total

- Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Windows, Ouya and Mac OS


- Released on the 14th of August 2014 

- Developed and Published by Konami

- When demo was delisted people were selling PS4s with copies of the demo for up to £1,200

- A version of this demo was created in dreams

- The lady of the house is called Lisa


- Developed by Insomniac Games

- Published by Sony Interactive Entertainment

- Release Dates: 

PlayStation 4: the 7th of September 2018

PlayStation 5: the 12th of November 2020

- There's a picture of uncle ben at  F.E.A.S.T.

- On A Wall At F.E.A.S.T., There Are Pictures Of The Developers

- Published by Atari Games and Midway Games

- Released in February 1985

- Released on the Atari system 2

- You deliver a paper called The Daily Sun

- Paperboy made cameos in Wreck-It Ralph and Pixels


- Developed by Guerrilla Games

- Published by Sony Interactive Entertainment

- Initial release date: 28th of February 2017

- The Game Is The Biggest Piece Of Media Ever Produced In The Netherlands (cost 47 million euros)

- Aloy was originally going to ride a horse in game


- Developed by Reflections Interactive
and Looking Glass Studios (N64)

- Published by Psygnosis and THQ (N64)

- Platforms: PlayStation, Sega Saturn, Nintendo 64

- Released on the 20th of October 1995

- Unlock the Ruined Monastery cheat: REFLECT!

- There was a fake cheat that was supposed to make all competitors start smoking: DERBYMAN

- Developed by Namco

- Released in the Arcade on the 20th of March 1997 and for the PlayStation on the 12th of September 1998

- To unlock Tiger Jackson you need to beat the story mode 16 times

- Yoshimitsus hobbies are Watching Sumo Wrestling and playing video games

- Developed by Rare and Published by Nintendo
- Platform: Nintendo 64
- Released on the 25th of  August 1997

- The game had a ZX Spectrum emulator built-in

- Over 8 million copies of the game have been sold

- Developers planned to use the Rumble Pak to reload weapons by unplugging and re-inserting


- First released on the 12th of February 1999 in the arcades and released in 2000 for the Dreamcast
- There were two attempts to make this into a film

- Product placement locations in-game: Pizza Hut, KFC, FILA, and more

- In the 2010 release on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 the brands were replaced by fakes


- Developed by Rockstar San Diego, Published by Rockstar Games
- Released on the 21st of May 2010 in PAL regions

- Developed on the RAGE engine

- The game ended up selling over 15 million copies

- It Was Originally In Development With Capcom (what a different game it could have been...)


- Released on the 18th of November 2011
- Developed and Published by Mojan

- It was originally called Cave Game

- Minecraft has sold 238 million copies since launch

- Creepers began as a coding error

- The sounds that Ghasts make comes from a sleeping cat

- Released on the PlayStation on the 26th of September 1997
- Produced and Designed by Masaya Matsuura

- It had a tv series, songs, movies, and even a musical!

- The name "PaRappa" is a play on Japanese words meaning "paper thin"

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