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Topic: First game you ever played

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Storm_Owl

1. Posted:

I cant remember but it think it was
Sonic the Hedgehog on the Genesis or
Michael Jackson's Moonwalker Genesis

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Roopa132

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I don't really remember...
I think it was Batman Chaos it Gotham on the Gameboy Color... I can't even remember all games I had but of the few I can remember this was the first one I got.
And I'm not even a Batman (or any comic hero) fan but I liked the game :D

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The_Ink_Pit_Ox

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Super Mario Bros.

When I was maybe about five, my dad got an NES for Christmas. I adopted it, so to speak.

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Corbs

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It was October 17, 1980 at the local arcade/pool hall when I was 9 years old. The game was Asteroids.

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Edwin

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SMB1, not very original, I know.

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Twilight_Crow

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I don't remember it clearly, but I remember my mom installing the Atari 2600, and giving me a flat blue control; I think it was a Sesame Street educational game; I actually enjoyed it, I mean, I was like 4 years old.

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WolfRamHeart

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It was Pac Man. My parent's bought me Coleco's Pac Man Mini Arcade(Yes, it was an actual mini arcade cabinet) and that was my favorite thing ever before the NES came along. It was sooo cool!:)

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Link79

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Pong on the Atari 2600. I was about 5 yrs old.

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Link-Hero

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Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past on the SNES when I was about 3 or 4 years old. I still remember my Mom plugging up the system to the TV in my room, inserting the game into the console, playing the game up until after saving Zelda showing me how to play, then giving the controler to play myself. I became a video gamer, and a fan of the Zelda series after that.

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Omega

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For me it was Pong on an odd console that I even don't know the name of. It had two paddle-controllers and some switches. A turn-switch was for selecting one of the built-in games. They were: Pong, Pong, Pong and Pong. (Though it was named Football, Tennis, Squash and something else.)

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Sean_Aaron

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Space Invaders is the first game I can clearly remember playing at the local 7-11. Naturally when the first arcade opened up in my neighbourhood (the now consigned to history Dennis' Place for Games) I was completely blown away by the sheer number and variety of games that existed. It was truly a golden age...

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V8_Ninja

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For me, it was the SMB/Duckhunt cartridge on the NES. I first remembered playing the game right before my family wanted a N64.

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potomas

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had a machine(cant remember what it was called)with one cart which contained 15 games,all variations of same thing.one was pong another u had to shoot a square which flew over the screen.it was paddle controlled and before atari 2600.yes i am old

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Rensch

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I think it was Tetris.

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SeniorDingDong

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Tetris on the original Game Boy.

I was four years old, I could barely reach the GB in its shopping mall demo station and had basicly no idea what I was doing anyway. ^^ But I got amazed by it. Still am :)

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Combat for the Atari 2600! The game is a gold standard.

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Reala

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Alex Kidd in Miracle World.

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Outrunner

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Probably Centipede or something on our old Atari.

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Digiki

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Most likely SMB.

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Rawk_Hawk

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I can't recall since I was very young in the early 80's but it was probably an arcade game.
My first NES game was Ghosts and Goblins

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