5 Classic Video Games that Bring Back the Kid in You

By John Roshan Anto, Digital Content Writer, Siliconindia   |   Tuesday, 14 May 2019, 12:12 Hrs
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Duck Hunt

For millennials like me, using a gun at the early 1990s was a dream come true moment. Actions packed sequences are what we crave for, especially with a gun. Released in Japan by Nintendo in 1984, Duck Hunt was an extremely popular basic shooter video game. The game gives us the opportunity to use a NES Zapper gun to shoot ducks that appear on the screen. Even though it gets bored after a while, as the only action is to shoot at the ducks, the epic laughter by the lazy dog tests our patience as we hunt these ducks for that mocker. The dog doesn’t care if you're Clint Eastwood or Bruce Willis; if you miss a shot, you suffer the ultimate tease from the dog. With its huge popularity in the 1980s, Duck Hunt became the bestselling Light Gun game of all time.

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