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1. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 00:53 BST
I wish my first Zelda game had been A Link to the Past. That would've gotten me hooked on Zelda instantly. I didn't think much of the first game.
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2. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 00:59 BST
i wish i had Super Mario AllStars since i never owned a SNES My cousin did i had a genesis he had a huge game library too... since my folks didn't have much i was lucky to own maybe 5 titles for my NES and my genesis i rented games alot but only owned 2 MUSHA (which got stolen) and Sonic The Hedgehog 1 but now since i'm working i can buy games if they are a good prize or if i'm just like "Can't resist must buy... >.<;".
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3. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 01:01 BST
A N64!!!! All I had was my Genesis and Game Boy Color. And the N64 was the coolest thing around. I never got it. Then I got a Gamecube. Since then Ive been Nintendo only owner. I used to have Sonic and Sonic 2. I didnt know how popular they would become
4. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 05:10 BST
Too many before the time I turned a teen.
A Sega Master System, nes, Atari Lynx and a Tg-16. I didn't get a Nes before I turned 13 years old and I bought a Sms when I attended a technical college. I bought myself a TG-16 8 months before the vc existed.
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Edited on Wed 19th August, 2009 @ 05:11 by 7th_lutz
5. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 05:34 BST
For some reason I always wanted Time Lord really bad because I liked the box art.
6. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 05:40 BST
I've been wanting to get a Super Nintendo & a copy of Earthbound when I was 9. I didn't get a Super Nintendo until 3 years later in 2006.
When I was a much younger kid which was around 7-8 years old, I wished I had Paper Mario, Snowboard Kids 2, Kirby 64, Dead or Alive 2, & Capcom vs. SNK: Milennium Fight 2000. I now have these games for a few years except for Capcom vs. SNK.
Edited on Wed 19th August, 2009 @ 05:43 by marktheshark
7. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 05:44 BST
Every Nintendo game I've missed....EarthBound, Tetris Attack....so many more...
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8. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 05:47 BST
A whole crapton of NES games and about a half-crapton of SNES games. It'd take me a while to make a list, so this'll have to do.
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9. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 05:48 BST
I wish I had Earthbound, so that I could never open it and sell it to some poor sap for $250. I've never been a big fan. DEFINITELY not so big a fan as to throw away $250. Now, Ocarina of Time...that's another story.
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10. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 05:51 BST
11. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 05:54 BST
I wish I had a SNES back in the day. I'm dieing to play Earthbound and the original Star Fox game.
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12. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 05:57 BST
PhoenixSage wrote:A whole crapton of NES games and about a half-crapton of SNES games. It'd take me a while to make a list, so this'll have to do.....a....crapton?
Straight from the PhoenixSage Dictionary of Awesome (But Made-Up) Terms:
crapton: 1. A vague, undefined, but astronimically large figure. 2. The amount of dung required to weigh a ton.
First definition, if you will, MetalMario, not the second.
Edited on Wed 19th August, 2009 @ 05:57 by Noire
13. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 06:01 BST
Well, I don't so much wish I had any games anymore, because this summer I spent a "crapton" of money and finally bought all the things I've wanted for so long but never got to have as a kid because my parents loathe video games. A Nintendo, Super Nintendo, and PS2, and a crapton of games. that's a lot of moneys I just spent.
14. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 06:01 BST
@PheonixSage- Where can I buy this dictionary? By the way, can you please explain to me the gameplay of Golden Sun in my thread? I going to regret this later...or not...
15. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 06:05 BST
@PheonixSage- Where can I buy this dictionary?
At the moment, you can purchase this dictionary nowhere. There is a very good reason for this: the dictionary is contained solely inside my brain, and I'm not about to chop of my head so that someone can have a dictionary of awesome (but completely made-up) words. Someday, I will type this dictionary up; until then, no dice.
By the way, can you please explain to me the gameplay of Golden Sun in my thread? I going to regret this later...or not...
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16. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 06:08 BST
Ill try to read all of it!
17. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 13:59 BST
I wished I had Outrun the arcade game instead of the C64 port...
18. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 14:39 BST
The Snes. It was a bit before my time.
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19. Posted: Wed 19th Aug 2009 14:50 BST
@GabeGreens: I wish I'd had an N64 as a kid too. I didn't like the analog stick (too used to D-pads), so I got a Playstation instead. While I did like GT, Spyro, and Crash, the Playstation and its successor didn't impress me much. I got an N64 in 2007, and I love it.
One strange problem I had was being completely oblivious to many video games. My parents bought me all my games early on, so I have no idea how I got some of my games (Marble Madness?). If I'd been in charge, and had a subscription to Nintendo Power, things would've been far different. I'd probably have gotten all the major NES titles, SNES titles, and so on.
20. Posted: Thu 20th Aug 2009 00:34 BST
A 64. I wouldn't have been able to really play it (would of been 2 or 3) but I don't care. Otherwise, Wind Waker.