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Topic: Favorite Console of all time?

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Pj1

41. Posted:

Actually for me it's the Wii and then followed by the snes, then the Mega drive. Best hand held I can't answer that all though I'd be tempted to say Game boy advance it was like a portable SNES!!!!!

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Fav Handheld:The Nintendo Ds but PSP comes close lol

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43. Posted:

The DS happens to be my favorite handheld yet. :D :)

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RandomWiiPlayer

44. Posted:

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My vote goes to the Nintendo 64.

The Nintendo 64 got me started on video gaming with the revolutionary Super Mario 64. Despite poor third-party support, the Nintendo-published titles were top-notch, especially Rare games. It also introduced the Super Smash Bros. series with Super Smash Bros., my favorite video game series.

I will never forget the system, I still wished it didn't die. It's a shame that we may never see most of the Nintendo 64 titles on the Virtual Console.

Two things.

1.How was Super Mario 64 revolutionary? It wasn't the first 3D game, or the first 3D Mario game.
2.The N64 didn't die. If it died, then there would be none left on the face of the earth. It is a great console, still praised by many, it isn't dead.

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ASDFGHJKL

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The WIi. So many great games: All classic GameCube games, great VC support, innovative WiiWare games, and absolutely amazing retail games
The DSi: what other hanheld has such a great variety of top notch games? Ranging from an extremely fun Zelda to the awesome TWEWY, nuff said

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Knux

46. Posted:

My favorite consoles are the Wii, Nintendo 64, Super Nintendo, Sega Genesis, PlayStation 2, and PlayStation 3. My favorite handhelds are the Nintendo DS Lite, Nintendo DSi, and Game Boy Advance SP.

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Chrono_Cross

47. Posted:

Probably the Wii since it has all of my favorite games from SNES and continuing with the NES, SNES, & N64. It also plays all my favorite GC games and how could I forget Brawl?

Wii FTW!

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ATRUEZELDAFAN

48. Posted:

I'd have to say the GC. so many awsome games on that system.

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primeris

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DREAMCAST!
Really, I guess it was the SNES, but the Dreamcast had so many great games. I think it's by far the most underrated console ever. The fact that developers would go with the lowest standard (PS1) when developing for multi platforms tarnished the great library this system had.
And I do play NES games a lot on emulator, just because I HATE the actual NES hardware. Battery dependant saves were so unreliable, and I'm still a huge fan of the 8 bit RPGs. I still own the toaster version of the NES, and the top loader (so much nicer) and even an awful, awful Asian "portable" Famicom (Do not recommend to anyone) and a huge collection of original ugly gray carts (and the couple of gold ones, and a couple of Tengen's black ones). And I still have a couple of NES Advantages, with a USB adapter for them I found online. I of course also loved the Gamecube. N64 not so much, though there were some fantastic games indeed.
Only console I have in my current house is the Wii (everything else is in storage :(

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Link-Hero

50. Posted:

The SNES. Nothing compares to it. I have played a lot of great games on that system, but there are still a lot more that I haven't even played yet!

The Wii comes right after it because it can play old classic games from back in the old days. Also that it can play its own games from downloadable (WiiWare) to retail, and Gamecube games.

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Bankai

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The DSi and the Wii. The Wii's back catalogue that allows you to play games from NES era through to GC, as well as Wii retail and online download games makes it a very versatile beast.

The DSi has a great lineup of retail games, plus a rapidly improving online service with Flipnote studios and various apps and games proving simple and easy diversions. Throw in a fun camera and it's a winning console for me.

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52. Posted:

RandomWiiPlayer wrote:

1.How was Super Mario 64 revolutionary? It wasn't the first 3D game, or the first 3D Mario game.

Are you serious?

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RandomWiiPlayer

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Panda wrote:

RandomWiiPlayer wrote:

1.How was Super Mario 64 revolutionary? It wasn't the first 3D game, or the first 3D Mario game.

Are you serious?

Yes, I am. It wasn't revolutionary. It is a great game though. The first 3D Mario game was Mario Tennis for the Virtual Boy.

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DS/PS3

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The_Fox

55. Posted:

RandomWiiPlayer wrote:

Super+Smash+Bros wrote:

My vote goes to the Nintendo 64.

The Nintendo 64 got me started on video gaming with the revolutionary Super Mario 64. Despite poor third-party support, the Nintendo-published titles were top-notch, especially Rare games. It also introduced the Super Smash Bros. series with Super Smash Bros., my favorite video game series.

I will never forget the system, I still wished it didn't die. It's a shame that we may never see most of the Nintendo 64 titles on the Virtual Console.

Two things.

1.How was Super Mario 64 revolutionary? It wasn't the first 3D game, or the first 3D Mario game.
2.The N64 didn't die. If it died, then there would be none left on the face of the earth. It is a great console, still praised by many, it isn't dead.

1. Oh, it was quite revolutionary. Pretty much every 3D game that came out for years tried their hardest to copy the template set forth by the game.
2.I can only guess you're overthinking what he meant by "dead". Are there still games being made for it? Can you still find new ones rolling out of factories? Every system dies in that it becomes obsolete and is replaced by the next generation.

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