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41. Posted: Mon 18th May 2009 00:54 BST
The way I see it, the SNES had definitive 2D games and the N64 definitive 3D games, so to say that either is better is for me like comparing 2D and 3D games; difficult and not entirely fair.This fence is getting rather uncomfortable...
The way I see it, the SNES had definitive 2D games and the N64 definitive 3D games, so to say that either is better is for me like comparing 2D and 3D games; difficult and not entirely fair.
This fence is getting rather uncomfortable...
The third dimension is the worst dimension ever. The second dimension is so much better, though Dimension X is of course the coolest of them all. Enlist with the SNES, Cow Launch. It is your destiny.
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Edited on Mon 18th May, 2009 @ 00:55 by Adam
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42. Posted: Mon 18th May 2009 00:55 BST
The Neutrinos, fool!
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43. Posted: Mon 18th May 2009 00:57 BST
I am so ashamed... But I still can't find anything but action figures in image searches. How sad.
Edited on Mon 18th May, 2009 @ 00:58 by Adam
44. Posted: Mon 18th May 2009 00:58 BST
Nintendo entertainment system.
Old Nintendofan from up north...
45. Posted: Mon 18th May 2009 01:05 BST
I've found a loophole. The Yoshi platforming series has never embraced the third dimension, and the best Yoshi platformer is Yoshi's Island on the SNES. Therefore I have been enlisted for the SNES.
46. Posted: Mon 18th May 2009 01:09 BST
I own all of these systems but only one rules them all: SNES!
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47. Posted: Mon 18th May 2009 01:14 BST
SNES was such an amazing console, but N64 beats them all by just a little bit in my opinion
48. Posted: Mon 18th May 2009 01:22 BST
The SNES probably had a better run of games, but I think the NES would be my favorite because the NES years were truly the re-birth of home console video games and that excitment alone pushed it over the edge for me. I loved the classy pseudo VHS loading system of the NES. Also,the NES brought multiple button controllers to the masses and who didn't love the Zapper?! And the proof is in the pudding, those early games still play good today.
Edited on Mon 18th May, 2009 @ 01:29 by Turbo_Genesis_64
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49. Posted: Mon 18th May 2009 01:35 BST
I don't know but I was and still am a big fan of the Gameboy Advance and Nintendo DS. They have games that reminded me of older games on the SNES and some oldschool RPGs that I found more enjoyable than anything else. I hold many games from the GBA as a standard. If an oldschool console RPG isn't even barely close to Golden Sun, no thanks.
Ohh and I'm a sucker for Metroidvania games too so.
50. Posted: Mon 18th May 2009 01:43 BST
The GBA and to maybe a lesser extent the DS are definitely fantastic handhelds. I think the GBA takes the cake for me, but that's a different poll. Perhaps you should start a thread for that as you're not the first here to comment on handhelds, which I excluded from the topic.
Oh, and Metroidvanias rule! I think the PC is the true home to this type of game now though. Aside from Castlevania on DS (and even then, the last Castlevania took a small step back from this style), new MVs don't seem to be made on consoles or handhelds anymore, but they're still somewhat popular in the indie gaming scene. An Untitled Story is one of my absolute favorite games. Eternal Daughter is another good one, though way too hard for me (and doesn't seem to cooperate with Vista much).
51. Posted: Mon 18th May 2009 01:44 BST
I vote for SNES. Second would be the NES. Third would be the Wii, because I get to play SNES and NES games on it!
52. Posted: Mon 18th May 2009 01:45 BST
For me it's either N64 or the SNES.I think I like the SNES more though because my dad had one and I played that thing all the time!The only way I ever played the N64 is because my friend had one, but we didn't play it much cause we were playing his PS2 most of the time. (And I have spanked myself for that.)
53. Posted: Mon 18th May 2009 02:00 BST
@AdamI'll look into those two thanks.
And to stay on point, I have fond memories on the N64 but i think the Gamecube is the all time favorite Nintendo home console for me. Metroid Prime and Prime 2: Echoes were perfect games. Both Zelda titles and the SNES quasi remake of ALTTP was fun. Mario Sunshine was brilliant and Pikmin was something fresh.
54. Posted: Tue 19th May 2009 19:49 BST
I have to go with the N64 on this one, but NES and SNES are both very close. The N64 has probably two of the greatest games of all time on it with Zelda Oot and MM, so that is why I have to pick N64. Plus, there is just something charming about the 3D graphics that the N64 produced. Again, I must say the NES is especially nostalgic for me, but the N64 takes the cake as far as games that I still want to play.
55. Posted: Tue 19th May 2009 19:52 BST
ummm 64....no no wait super snes? i cant choose lol
56. Posted: Wed 20th May 2009 05:30 BST
SNES for me.
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57. Posted: Sun 24th May 2009 04:30 BST
Good Lord thats hard......SNES....or.....N64????? I have to say SNES because it has Super Mario RPG being one of my all time fav.. Yes the 64 has Paper Mario wich was awesome too but the SNES has a 2D Zelda also and the 64 doesnt. But the 64 has Goldeneye and Excitebike and oh God I forgot Smash Bros...... but the SNES has Mario All Stars and Super Mario World wich is my fav side scrolling Mario game..... but the 64 has Yoshis Island and Kirby 64........................OMG this sucks..................................SNES i guess........:]
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58. Posted: Sun 24th May 2009 04:37 BST
I vote for the SNES. The ability to play Gameboy games with the Super Gameboy helps my decision. Compatibility with portables FTW!
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59. Posted: Sun 24th May 2009 04:39 BST
Nintendo DS! It has TWEWY!
60. Posted: Sun 24th May 2009 16:37 BST
Gameboy Player on Gamecube was even better, but I sure did play the heck out of my Super Gameboy, too. I almost kept my Gamecube just for the Gameboy player, actually, but decided I'd rather trade everything in so I wouldn't have to pay for my Wii.
It's a shame the DS and Wii are incapable of something like this. There are a lot of handheld games I'd like to play if they were on big screen.
The World Ends With You ruled, though I still place myself in that tiny, tiny minority that prefers Contact for best DS game.Also, this thread is for comparing home consoles. After all these comments about handhelds, you'd think someone would have started a similar thread by now. I would, but I don't want to manage another poll, especially one on a type of gaming system I no longer own.
Edited on Sun 24th May, 2009 @ 16:40 by Adam