Toplist Results: The 20 Greatest PSOne Games of AllTime

After hundreds of thousands of votes, the results are in -- YOU picked through the vast library of the original Playstation library and came up with the top 20 games on one of the best consoles ever. Are we missing any of your favorites like Jumping Flash 2, Incredible Crisis or Irritating Stick? Do you think Final Fantasy VII isn't ranked high enough? Tell us how wrong everyone else is down in the comments!

 

20. Spyro: Year of the Dragon

Toplist Results: The 20 Greatest PSOne Games of AllTime

Back before he was a part of Activision's diabolical action figure videogame empire, Spyro was just a dragon doing what dragons do. You know, hanging out with dragonflies and collecting eggs. If you didn't have a Nintendo 64 and you wanted the open worlds afforded to Mario and Banjo-Kazooie, the little purple dragon was your best bet besides like, going outside. Spyro represents childhood to a lot of people, which is a lot of the reason you have such conflicting feelings for Elijah Wood.

 

19. Resident Evil 3: Nemesis

Toplist Results: The 20 Greatest PSOne Games of AllTime

Resident Evil 3 is the original pre-sequel. Taking place both before and after RE2, Nemesis follows fan favorite Jill Valentine as she navigates the undead-ridden city with an arsenal of weapons and a really bangin' tube top. Stalking her throughout the entire game is Nemesis, a biological superweapon with a propensity for bursting through walls and giving S.T.A.R.S. members sugary fruit drinks and also punches to the neck. The unstoppable villain defined RE3, even though they sort of already did the Michael Myers-style villain thing with the Tyrant in RE2.

 

18. Mega Man X4

Toplist Results: The 20 Greatest PSOne Games of AllTime

It took three sequels for the X series to get its own Mega Man 2, but X4 finally delivered an installment against all other games in the franchise would be compared. It wasn't revolutionary, or really all that different than the previous games in the series -- you still fought eight robots and cannibalized them to gain their powers -- but it turned out to be the most refined. It helped that this was the first sequel that let you play as the sword-wielding Zero, who finally proved - against all odds - that badass robots with laser-swords could be cool.

 

17. Spyro 2: Ripto's Rage

Toplist Results: The 20 Greatest PSOne Games of AllTime

Spyro games weren't always exciting and new, but you always knew what you were getting - even if it was basically the exact same thing you just got. Back before he was apart of Activision's diabolical action figure video game empire, Spyro was just a dragon doing what dragons do. You know, hanging out with dragonflies and collecting eggs. If you didn't have a Nintendo 64 and you wanted the open worlds afforded to Mario and Banjo-Kazooie, the little purple dragon was your best bet besides like, going outside. Spyro represents childhood to a lot of people, which is a lot of the reason you have such conflicting feelings for Elijah Wood. Even though Spyro 2 wasn't a revolution, to say that it used "cut and paste" would be a little insulting.

 

16. Crash Team Racing

Toplist Results: The 20 Greatest PSOne Games of AllTime

Mario Kart can go ahead and take their blue shells and launch it on themselves in first place -- kart racing fans know a superior imitator when they see one. It's true, Crash Team Racing wouldn't exist without Mario Kart, but it improved on the formula in so many ways. It's got the mechanical skeleton of Mario Kart, the Adventure Mode of Diddy Kong Racing and the great battle modes of...uh, Mario Kart. Naughty Dog tried the racing genre again with Jak X, but it just wasn't the same. Here's hoping they can return to form with Unkarted.