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21. Posted: Mon 11th Mar 2013 15:23 GMT
POKEMON: GOTTA CATCH EM ALL
(and spend your life savings on them :3 )
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I'm a kid now! I'm a squid now! I'm a duck now! I'm a mod now! I'm a kid noooooow! My Splatloggery
Nintendo Network ID: LzWinky
22. Posted: Mon 11th Mar 2013 15:30 GMT
Super Mario Bros. 2 USA
Mike Tyson's Punch-Out!!
Mega man 2
TMNT II: The Arcade Game (Arcade version)
Super Mario World
Resident evil (PS1)
As far as modern goes....
Metroid Prime 3: Corruption - (Groundbreaking controls)
Wario Land Shake it! - (Best platformer i've played in years. Tilt controls did wonders for the gameplay)
Klonoa - (Surreal, Dreamy, Magical and most importantly fun with one of the most amazing soundtracks in videogame history.)
Mega Man 9 - (Greatest MM since 2! I'll never forget the hype train that surroundig it's release)
Elebits - (Revolutionary Virtual playground controls)
Edited on Mon 11th March, 2013 @ 15:35 by WaveGhoul
Currently Playing: DuckTales!
We shall swim to Bubble Island, or you will suffer the wrath of my Trident Laser!
80s FANATIC & King of NES Tekkidome!
23. Posted: Mon 11th Mar 2013 15:31 GMT
I keep these Nintendo Life threads updated: Missing 3DS VC and Wii U VC between regions, Full of list first party Game Boy, Game Boy Color, and Game Gear games missing from the 3DS VC, and Full of list first party Game Boy Advance, Nintendo DS, and Wii games missing from the Wii U VC.
Nintendo Network ID: MrSRArter
24. Posted: Mon 11th Mar 2013 17:37 GMT
Alright, I'll go ahead and mention some of mine:
Super Mario Bros. 3 - The GBA remake of this was my very first video game. I vividly remember that Christmas morning when I played this for the first time. This, of course impacted me since it made video games my life-long hobby. It also introduced me to Mario, not to mention I proudly was able to start my journey with a remake of one of the best games of all time :3
Kingdom Hearts - I played this game at a time in my life where I doubted the significance of friendship. I felt that, after going through such difficult times with different friends, that I didn't need any all together. This game made me realize how important friends are, and that I should value every moment with them.
Animal Crossing - This game kept me on my feet in those troubled middle school years. I played this to relax and relieve stress most of the time. It also helped me get through many rainy summer days~
Wii Sports - Playing this with my family, and watching them participate in something I usually did alone was a really great experience for me.
Super Mario Galaxy - This is the game that really took my love for video games a step further. There's just something very magical about it. I remember being so in awe at everything that was happening, there was a sense of adventure. The sequel kept me occupied when I was out of school and sick for a good solid three weeks in the eighth grade.
Nintendo Land - A very recent one, I bet many of you wonder how a game that only came out this past November could possibly have impacted my life so greatly. Without drawing out details, for the past few months, starting with November 2012 actually, there's been a lot of sadness and loss in my life. I'm very grateful that, even with all that's been going on in my world lately, this game has been there for me and given me a sense of happiness amid all the dark. Because of that, I hold this game as very special to me.
Edited on Mon 11th March, 2013 @ 17:42 by Emaan
pink ness -quik backloggery
✰ not around as much as I used to be :o ) ✰
Nintendo Network ID: Emaann
25. Posted: Mon 11th Mar 2013 18:49 GMT
I generally hate escort missions in games but Ico's amazing use of emotion made me want to protect her instead of rolling my eyes at the game. I only got annoyed once because I was trying to solve a puzzle I couldn't figure and it took a a lot more effort to bring her with me since I was going all over the place over and over again.
26. Posted: Mon 11th Mar 2013 18:53 GMT
Super Mario Bros. 1, 2 (US), and 3
Super Mario World & 64
Link's Awakening & Oracle of Ages
Ocarina of Time & Majora's Mask
Super Game Boy with Donkey Kong '94
Edited on Mon 11th March, 2013 @ 19:42 by SuperToad
27. Posted: Mon 11th Mar 2013 19:40 GMT
Tetris. Ever heard of the Tetris Effect?
28. Posted: Mon 11th Mar 2013 19:44 GMT
Madden. Got me into football
NHL. Got me into hockey..
29. Posted: Mon 11th Mar 2013 19:48 GMT
Just to pick from a few, I'd say '
Super Mario World. I was born in 1989, and this was I'd say the first real game I remember playing. Hearing the music and seeing aspects specifically from this game, often makes me feel somewhat like I'm at home.
Donkey Kong Country. Me and my dad played all three of these like crazy back when I was in gradeschool. A lot of good memories and some really great games.
Zelda : Ocarina of Time. My first Zelda game. Since, out of about 15 or 16 games, I only haven't beat 5 of them. Pretty sure this is my favorite series (with Mario in second). Went through this one the first time with my dad too.
Nintendo ID : Whopper744
Some online games include: Mario Kart 8, Mario Kart 7, Smash Bros Wii U and 3DS, Super Mario Maker and Splatoon.
Try out my Super Mario Maker stages at well! Here's one of them to start : F98B-0000-0022-0753
(used to be Joshers744...changed it to my Nintendo ID)
Nintendo Network ID: Whopper744
30. Posted: Mon 11th Mar 2013 20:10 GMT
Mother 3 and nearly every game I played from 2009 are the main reasons I am still that much of a gamer at all anymore. This is as far from an insult to recent HD gaming as I can, but I probably would be more of an anime fan more than anything, and I was seriously considering not getting another new home console at all. Mother 3 is the first and one of the few games that made the games as art idea even a thought in my mind too.
I hope Xenoblade Chronicles ends up as significant proof (maybe not as much as Kickstarter though) and a renewal in my faith for fans actually doing cool stuff and buying stuff and supporting good games in Nintendolandworldplace.
Super Mario Bros/Duck Hunt obviously. And Kirby's Adventure is the first game I beat.
OOT had the best atmosphere and world ever as a 9 year old, it blew my mind.
Let's Play Pokemon Mystery Dungeon!
3DS friend code: 2878 - 9709 - 5054
Nintendo Network ID: SliderGamer55
31. Posted: Mon 11th Mar 2013 20:20 GMT
The Legend of Zelda The Wind Waker. Before I played it, I was just a normal kid, but setting sail on this quest awoke a force sleeping within me. A force of an obsessive Zelda fan. That in turn made me become the weird, nerdy/ geeky Nintendo fan I am today. The Wind Waker made me who I am. I'd say that's a pretty big impact.
Edited on Mon 11th March, 2013 @ 22:44 by TsunamiSensei
"Books are the real treasures of the world!"
Nintendo Network ID: Popo_man
32. Posted: Mon 11th Mar 2013 22:37 GMT
The Madden games. Why? Because they are the only games that have really impacted me beyond solely entertainment. How? Because I have both lost and won money on friendly wagers..
To blessed to be stressed.
80's music makes me feel fabulous.
What Would Duane Do?
Nintendo Network ID: Choryzo
33. Posted: Mon 11th Mar 2013 23:33 GMT
street fighter 2 by far, both in the arcade and then on snes, hence the 91 in my nick, coming from the year 1991 when it was released. i made many friends through that game and had a lot of great times as a teenager.
34. Posted: Mon 11th Mar 2013 23:46 GMT
Pokemon red, my first game and mystery dungeon explorers of sky and animal crossing.
3ds friend code:3007 8328 5371
35. Posted: Wed 13th Mar 2013 00:41 GMT
FFIX, for the simple fact that it got me into the whole JRPG craze.
"This sword shall always be the sword of the oppressed. I swear it again now!"
36. Posted: Wed 13th Mar 2013 01:21 GMT
As @ogo79 said, the SNS-RZ-USA is a prime giveaway that it's not a legit retail cart.
And yes, he is (usually) always right, and he is (almost) the sexiest gamer out there (not counting me) ;)
37. Posted: Wed 13th Mar 2013 19:50 GMT
As a kid, I mostly played games for fun, or to escape the constant fighting between various family members. Plus, I could take out my anger on my controllers instead of them.
God, guns, and guts made America; let's keep all three.
38. Posted: Fri 15th Mar 2013 04:18 GMT
Super mario 64
39. Posted: Fri 15th Mar 2013 12:42 GMT
The Legend of Zelda: Link's Awakening - This was my first Zelda game, and it was a huge playground of sorts; I can't imagine how much time I spent wandering around Koholint Island in my youth!
Banjo-Kazooie (Tooie to a lesser extent, and Donkey Kong 64 deserves mention) - Similar to Link's Awakening, the huge worlds were like candy for my imagination. More importantly, I think that the amazing soundtracks (especially in Banjo-Kazooie) profoundly impacted my perception of music as well as the ideas I use when I perform music.
Super Smash Bros. Melee - One of the only games I regularly played (and still play) with other people. In fact, I still play with the same crew from 2006 once or twice a month (a group of people with whom I would otherwise share no interests). Not so much an impact on my life, but it is perhaps a bit heart-warming anyways!
Nintendo Network ID: seanrb
40. Posted: Fri 15th Mar 2013 13:44 GMT
I am the Wolf...Red
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