8 Best Retro Games on Ps4

1. Ms. Pac-Man

Ms. Pac-Man is a well-liked arcade game. The North American publisher of Pac-Man, Midway Manufacturing Corporation, with headquarters in Illinois, created it. Of all the time Ms. Pac-Man, is the most well-known arcade video game. It was launched in North America, January 1982. Because of its success, Namco, the company that made the Pac-Man video game, which was published in the US in the latter part of 1980, decided to use it as the official title. In contrast to the original Pac-Man, Ms. Pac-Man included a female protagonist, fresh labyrinth designs, and various other gameplay enhancements. The most popular arcade game made in America, Ms. Pac-Man, sold 115,000 arcade cabinets.

2. Bubble Bobble

Taito's 1986 arcade game Bubble Bobble was later ported to several personal computers and video game platforms. The action-platform game, which features the identical Bubble Dragons Bub and Bob, sends players through 100 distinct levels while they blow and burst bubbles, avoid monsters, and gather various goodies. A lengthy list of sequels and spin-offs were produced as a result of the game's huge popularity. Saving Bub and Bob's ladies from the Cave of Monsters is the game's main objective. It is a pioneering instance of a game with many endings that change based on how well the player performs and uncovers mysteries.

3. Puzzle Bobble

The arcade tile-matching game Puzzle Bobble, created and released by Taito in 1994, is also known globally as Bust-a-Move. It features motifs and characters from the classic arcade Bubble Bobble from 1986 as its inspiration. Its arcade popularity led to a number of sequels and home gaming system versions thanks to its distinctly adorable Japanese animation & music, as well as its game mechanics and level designs.

4. Ikari Warriors

Ikari Warriors, also known as Ikari (, "Fury") in Japan, is an operated shooter arcade game that was created and published by SNK in 1986 and distributed by Tradewest in North America. The game was launched at a period when the market was flooded by Commando imitations. Rotating joysticks as well as a two-player mode set Ikari Warriors apart. [10] The rotating joystick controls were based on TNK III, an earlier game from SNK (1985). Ikari was initially supposed to be a legally recognized version of the 1985 movie Rambo: First Blood Part II, but SNK was unable to first get the film's rights.

5. City Connection

Jaleco created and released the platform arcade game City Connection[a] in 1985. Kitkorp distributed it under the name Cruisin' in North America. Clarice, who is being controlled by the player, must cross hills on her Honda City hatchback in order to paint the roads. Clarice is frequently pursued by cop cars, which she is able dispatch by firing oil cans towards them to briefly knock them out of commission before driving into them using her vehicle. When creating the game, Jaleco drew inspiration from maze-chasing action games like Pac-Man (1980) as well as Crush Roller (1981).

6.Metal Slug 4

Run-and-gun video game Metal Slug 4 was developed by Mega Enterprise and Noise Factory for the Neo-Geo play station platform. The remastered edition with in Metal Slug series, it was launched in 2002 again for Neo-Geo MVS arcade system. Playmore released Metal Slug 4 on platforms two years later. The with addition of new opponents, bosses, weapons, vehicles, and a reward combo system, Metal Slug 4 keeps the very same gameplay as its predecessors. In Japan and Europe, it was released on Xbox and PS 2 as just a standalone title, whereas in North America & S. Korea, it was released as a compilation with Metal Slug 5. In 2018, the Switch's version was made available. 

7. Riding Hero

A hybrid racing and performance arcade video game called Riding Hero was created and first released in 1990, July 24 by SNK.   It was the first game to enable "Multi Play," which enabled systems to be linked via a phone jack port built into each cartridge rather than LAN play, both on the Neo Geo MVS and Neo Geo AES platforms. Players in the game have the option of competing in battles against other human players, taking on the role of a protagonist who sets out on a journey to join the Suzuka 8 Hours endurance race, or taking part in a global grand prix tour versus AI-controlled opponents.

King of The Monsters 2

SNK launched the fighting/wrestling game King of the Monsters 2 on May 5, 1992. It is a follow-up to King of the Monsters, which debuted in 1991. [1] The Earth is threatened by enormous extraterrestrial creatures in this game, which features three of the monsters from the previous game that survived. Later, Takara released ports of the game for the Super NES and Sega Genesis.

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