Last year, the Strong Museum in Rochester, New York inducted the first class of the World Video Game Hall of Fame. Today, the second full class of six video games has been announced after being paired down from fifteen finalists. The...Show More Summary
Can I get an extra-long drum roll, please? (Actually, you know what, let me fetch that. Here we go.) The Strong National Museum of Play has named the second batch of games for its World Video Game Hall of Fame: Grand Theft Auto III, The Legend of Zelda, Oregon Trail, The Sims, Sonic the Hedgehog, and Space Invaders. Show More Summary
The Strong's World Video Game Hall Of Fame has added a handful of new titles to its line-up, including popular games spanning decades back, from The Legend of Zelda to Oregon Trail to The Sims. Click To Continue Reading
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After getting snubbed in the inaugural class of World Video Game Hall of Fame inductees, 25-year-old Sonic the Hedgehog is finally getting the recognition it deserves. Along with Grand Theft Auto III, The Legend of Zelda, The Oregon Trail, The Sims, and Space Invaders, Sega's 1991 release is on the list of 2016 hall of famers at the National Museum of Play.
'Grand Theft Auto III,' 'The Legend of Zelda' and 'Sonic the Hedgehog' round out the 2016 class.
Find out if your favorites made the cut for the World Video Game Hall of Fame
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