Halo, Donkey Kong, Pokemon and Street Fighter II entered in to Hall of Fame

The World Video Game Hall of Fame in Rochester, New York has announced Halo: Combat Evolved, Donkey Kong, Pokemon Red and Green, and Street Fighter II as their newest inductees.

The National Museum of Play, known as The Strong established the hall of fame in 2015 to recognise ‘individual electronic games. Previous inductees include The Legend of Zelda, The Oregon Trail, Doom and Pac-Man.

343 Industries founder, Bonnie Ross, tweeted about the induction of Halo: Combat Evolved, saying "It is a testament to the hard work of Bungie, the legacy inherited by 343 Industries and the passion of Halo fans around the world."

The games, along with previous inductees are on display and are playable on the fourth floor of the musuem based at Rochester’s Manhattan Square.

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