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1. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 05:01 BST
What was your favorite games in your younger years. And yes, you can say Smash Bros. I know how you feel.
2. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 05:03 BST
Donkey Kong back in 1982. I'll never forget skipping all of those 6th grade Math classes to play it at the arcade near the school. Ahhh the memories.
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3. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 05:10 BST
You know... My first DK game was Donkey Kong Country.
Edited on Tue 8th September, 2009 @ 05:10 by J-Man
4. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 05:15 BST
Banjo Kazooie....what an awesome game...
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5. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 05:30 BST
I think the games I was most obsessed with throughout my younger years were, in order of intensity of obsession, Ocarina of Time, Super Mario World, Rush 2, Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire, NFL QB Club '99, Battle Tanx: Global Assault, Stunt Race FX, and Rush 2049. Perfect Dark was another one, but I wouldn't say that was during my younger days. I've spent more time on these games than any other by far. I was only eleven when it came out. To this day I still play Perfect Dark, Ocarina of Time, and Super Mario World
Edited on Tue 8th September, 2009 @ 05:59 by grenworthshero
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6. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 05:36 BST
Super Mario Bros, Duck Hunt, Dr. Mario and SMB3 of course!!!
Edited on Tue 8th September, 2009 @ 05:37 by WaLzgi
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7. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 05:40 BST
The very first Legend of Zelda & Sonic the Hedgehog.
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8. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 06:06 BST
Way too many to list but it was mostly NES games such as: The Guardian Legend, Blaster Master, Castlevania, Contra, Rush N Attack and Mega Man.
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9. Posted: Tue 8th Sep 2009 06:21 BST
Legend of Zelda: A Link to the PastSuper MetroidIllusion of GaiaTeenage Muntant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in TimeMegaman XStar FoxSuper Mario World 2: Yoshi's IslandGradius IIISuper Mario KartAladdinHookLion KingThe Magical Quest Starring Mickey MouseSuper Mario All-Stars
Where all my favorites on the SNES during the early and late 90's. I have so many happy memories wiith the SNES.
Edited on Tue 8th September, 2009 @ 06:25 by Link-Hero
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10. Posted: Fri 11th Sep 2009 12:59 BST
SkumballBatmanFantasy World DizzyPang(all on spectrum 128K)
Sonic the HedgehogNinja Gaidenland of Illusion (mickey mouse)Sensible soccerMortal Kombat(all on sega master system when I got that)
When I was older my younger brother got an N64 for doing well in his exams (the same N64 he has now given me) and I used to play a lot of Golden eye (still do) and Liylet Wars on it (got that on vc before I got the N64 off him).
Edited on Fri 11th September, 2009 @ 12:59 by gameaddict247
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11. Posted: Mon 14th Sep 2009 00:05 BST
It was all about arcade games, either in the arcade or through quality conversions, during my main gaming younger days (16bit, around about 1989 to 1995). I have thrown in a racer and platformer, just for a bit of variety, too. Therefore, my list is completely representative of this time period:Midnight Resistance (Arcade, Mega Drive, on Amiga it was the 1st game I ever completed)Chase HQ (just the Arcade on this one for me, none of the conversions captured its glory in my eyes....ooh controversial eh 8 bit Amstrad and Speccy fans).Super Mario Kart (SNES, me and two other mates mastered this, so multiplayer was always amazingly close and competitive).Strider (Arcade and particularly the Mega Drive conversion).Contra III: The Alien Wars (on SNES it was like having an arcade quality game, that was never even released in the arcades).Simpsons Arcade (on...erm.... Arcade, obviously..., Konami mastered these super colourful 4 player brawlers and this was the pinnacle of all of their work).Castle of Illusion Starring Mickey Mouse (Mega Drive, some criticised its slower pace, but its level design and settings was literally sweet, i.e. pink sinking jelly. The graphics and animation were stunning back in the day).
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12. Posted: Mon 14th Sep 2009 00:13 BST
Smash Bros. Melee. I first rented it in kindergarten, and whenever we went to movie gallery, I rented this. I rented it weeks and weeks in a row. I finally got. Now, I don't really play it because we have the superior sequel brawl.
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13. Posted: Mon 14th Sep 2009 00:20 BST
Mortal Kombat: For the Fatalities and awsome gameplay!Killer Instinct: ULTRAAAA COMBOOOOOOOOOOOSuper Smash Bros. Brawl: The game I've spent more hours on than any other game!Metroid Prime Trilogy: The Perfect switch to 3D!Muramasa: The Demon Blade: Best 3rd Party Game on Wii and Great for showing 2D Can still exist!Donkey Kong: Where would we be without Miyamoto!
14. Posted: Mon 14th Sep 2009 01:42 BST
NES: Super Mario Bros. 3SNES: Donkey Kong CountryGG: Sonic the HedgehogPS1: Crash BandicootGBC: Pokemon CrystalGC: Paper Mario TYDGBA: The Legend of Zelda ALTTPXBOX: Project Gotham Racing 2PS2: Kingdom Hearts
Edited on Mon 14th September, 2009 @ 01:51 by The_Ink_Pit_Ox
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15. Posted: Mon 14th Sep 2009 08:28 BST
My comment 11 "my list is completely representative of this time period" (1989 to 1995), needs a small correction:Arcade Chase HQ was released in 1988 !I am not even sure if its two main 68000 CPUs would be considered 16 bit.
16. Posted: Mon 14th Sep 2009 08:39 BST
Donkey Kong Land 2 (the reason I downloaded DKC2 on the VC)Pokemon Red,Blue and SPESuper Mario WorldSuper Mario All StarsPitfall: The Mayan AdventuresMario Kart 64Earthworm Jim 3DPaper Mario (64)Pokemon Puzzle LeagueKingdom Hearts
Edited on Mon 14th September, 2009 @ 08:40 by jpfan1989
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17. Posted: Mon 14th Sep 2009 09:43 BST
Yo' noid. That left a mark on me. Plus pizza hut rules, whatever happend to him?
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18. Posted: Tue 13th Oct 2009 13:00 BST
I loved the Sonic games from the 8/16 bit eras, also the Shinobi and Streets of Rage games.
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