Since the 2010s, the field of gaming (video games in French) has developed, offering its users new features or new, ever more futuristic games. Among the giants of the sector are Sony, Microsoft and Nintendo. However, there are many who persevere, in order to play the games of their childhood. Backwards compatibility still allows you to enjoy these games of yesteryear.

Retrogaming, as the name suggests, is the act of playing old video games, usually developed in the 1970s through the early 2000s. Retro games are classics, like blockbusters in the movies, and hold a special place in the minds of nostalgic gamers. However, each player has their own definition of retrogaming. Indeed, not everyone played at the same time, and therefore the same games or on the same console.

Retro games are associated with a unique game interface and aesthetics. For example, in the 1980s and 1990s, games were two-dimensional, colorful, and very pixelated. The music and other sound effects also have a very specific imprint of this era. To compare, from now on, players are fighting to have the best quality and more-than-perfect games.

Retrogaming is also a nostalgic and fun way to reconnect with the past of video games, while rediscovering classics that have inspired modern games. Nintendo contributes strongly to this since the Japanese multinational integrates many retro games on its Nintendo Switch.

Now, check out these 10 games (that you may have already played) that are reselling for gold today in our slideshow below. This selection was made thanks to Catawiki.