MindMaze blended adventure with learning, making it a favorite part of the 90s digital encyclopedia, Encarta.
The GameCube brought Nintendo into the world of optical discs and competed fiercely with the PS2 and Xbox. Here are the best games on the GameCube.
The SEGA Master System outshined its rivals in graphics and processor power. Here are the best games for the Master System.
The SEGA Game Gear, with its color screen and landscape format, challenged early 90s handhelds. Here are the best games on the Game Gear.
The SEGA CD's larger storage and dual CPU system propelled gaming into a new era. Here are the best games on the SEGA CD.
The Game Boy Advance (GBA) had a unique form factor and 32-bit prowess. Here are the best games on the GBA.
ColecoVision brought arcade-quality experiences to living rooms. Here are the best games for ColecoVision.
The WonderSwan bravely faced off against Nintendo's dominance in handheld gaming. Here are the best games on the WonderSwan.
The compact TurboGrafx-16, or PC Engine outside of the U.S., challenged giants like SEGA and Nintendo. Here are the best games.
The SEGA 32X was a technological marvel that challenged gaming norms. Here are the best games on the SEGA 32X.