Christmas in the 1990s didn’t include all the young people sitting around on their phones. Or parents having to drop multiple car payments on a new phone every year. Or people receiving accessories for their phones as presents. So here’s a quick rundown of what a ’90s Christmas looked like. Get ready to be either very nostalgic or very jealous.
The Nintendo 64 Was Released In 1996
This means that until 2000, you got these presents from your parents, because at that point they’d made an investment:
1996 – Super Mario/Mario Kart 64
1997 – Goldeneye/Starfox 64
1998 – The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 1999 – Donkey Kong 64
What else could you possibly have asked for?