The National Museum of Play in Rochester, New York has now revealed the four inductees to The Video Game Hall of Fame Class of 2017. These four inductees were chosen from a field of 12 nominees. The inductees, from left to right are: ”Halo: Combat Evolved,” “Donkey Kong,” “Pokemon Red and Green,” and ”Street Fighter II.”

These four games will be joining the other members of the Video Game Hall of Fame, Pong (1972), Pac-Man (1980), Tetris (1984), Super Mario Bros. (1985), Doom (1993), World of Warcraft (2004), The Legend of Zelda (1986), Sonic the Hedgehog (1991), Space Invaders (1978), Grand Theft Auto III (2001), The Oregon Trail (1971), and The Sims (2000).

The National Museum of Play first launched the Video Game Hall of Fame back in 2015. Their International Center for the History of Electronic Games will be exhibiting displays for these four honorees as well.

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Source: CTV News

 

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