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41. Posted: Fri 20th Apr 2012 19:01 BST
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42. Posted: Fri 20th Apr 2012 19:04 BST
My very first videogame I owned was the, "Game & Watch: The Legend of Zelda," handheld. Man! I loved that damn thing. 82'
Edited on Fri 20th April, 2012 @ 19:06 by Nintenbro
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43. Posted: Sun 22nd Apr 2012 03:43 BST
I cant remember if it were Donkey Kong from 94 on the Gameboy, Megaman 2 on the Gameboy or Pokemon Silver for gameboy. I was born in '97. But experienced games for the first time when i was at least 8 or 9.
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44. Posted: Sun 22nd Apr 2012 03:47 BST
I got a gameboy containing Tetris, SML3 Wario Land (can't remember specific name), Pochanatas, Jungke Book, and TMNT2 back to the sewers. Because of this, I had no clue who Mario was for years, I always thought everyone meant Wario! (but I was only 7)
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45. Posted: Sun 22nd Apr 2012 06:20 BST
The first game I ever played was Pac-Man in 1981, when I was 6 years old, on an arcade cabinet at a local supermarket. But the first game I ever owned was 'Buck Rogers' for the Texas Instruments TI 99/4A home computer. Games were so simple back then.
46. Posted: Sun 22nd Apr 2012 07:53 BST
My first game that I owned was Pokemon Crystal, which came with my good old light-blue GBA, so long ago. The first one I played, though, was probably TIE Fighter, an old floppy disc game my dad had way back when I was little. That and Ghost Recon were really the only games I remember before that.
Also, I was born in 1996. So I guess I have my beginnings on retro gaming, even if I wasn't introduced to gaming until the end of it.
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47. Posted: Sun 22nd Apr 2012 08:22 BST
'Spider Man and the X Men: Arcades Revenge' for the Game Boy. I was playing it on the GBC though - my first system. :3This game amazed me completely at the time, having never played any game before.
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48. Posted: Sun 22nd Apr 2012 10:37 BST
For me it was Pac- Man and then Super Mario Bros on the NES, I was born in '79
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49. Posted: Sun 22nd Apr 2012 10:56 BST
I was born in 1963 and the first (arcade) game i played was Seawolf and the first game i ever bought was Jetpac for the ZX Spectrum in 1983.
Edited on Sun 22nd April, 2012 @ 10:56 by Mk_II
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50. Posted: Sun 22nd Apr 2012 11:48 BST
pokemon when i was like 5-6 on gba pokemon crystal so in 2000-2001
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51. Posted: Sun 22nd Apr 2012 13:15 BST
The first electronic game I remember owning was a Mattel Electronics Football II. It was green plastic and had a display with red LEDs on it. I played the heck out of that thing.
I didn't have a games console until my sister and I got an Atari 2600 in 1982 shortly before the crash. This was a version that included both Combat and Pac-Man. I recall being incredibly disappointed with how unlike the arcade Pac-Man was.
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52. Posted: Mon 23rd Apr 2012 18:15 BST
Let's see, I was born in 1988 and the first game I definitely remember playing was Super Mario Bros., sometime in '92 or '93. My dad brought home an NES and a box full of what turned out to be great games for it one day, and I was mesmerized almost as soon as I saw him blow into the first cartridge. I remember it took me forever to stop looking at the controller and give my full attention to the screen.
The first games that were actually "mine" were Tetris 2, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Arcade Game and Metroid, the first game I ever beat was Super Mario Bros. 3., and my first console was a Sega Genesis.
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53. Posted: Mon 23rd Apr 2012 20:01 BST
I don't remember what the first game I actually played myself was, but the first game I've ever seen being played was Super Mario Bros 3, and then the second I've seen was the original Super Mario Bros. The six games we had on the original NES were SMB1, SMB3, Excitebike, Pac-Man, Q*Bert, and Magmax. I was wondering what and where SMB2 was for the longest time. I found out through Super Mario All-Stars on the SNES when my brother decided to borrow my friend's SNES when I was 11.
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54. Posted: Mon 23rd Apr 2012 20:17 BST
I think the first game that I've ever played was The Lion King for the SNES. Good game, but I sucked at it at the time. I was born in 1990.
55. Posted: Mon 30th Apr 2012 21:34 BST
Im not gonna count Atari so my very first real game was the legend of zelda on nes back in good ol 1986.
Edited on Thu 3rd May, 2012 @ 19:58 by Malic
56. Posted: Mon 30th Apr 2012 21:43 BST
I don't remember what the first game I ever played was, but the first game I ever got that was my own was Zelda 2 for the NES. My brother and I both got to pick out one game, and I liked the gold cartridge. I don't think I had even played the original yet. I know it's the black sheep of the Zelda family, but Zelda 2 will always hold a special place in my heart.
57. Posted: Tue 1st May 2012 02:42 BST
I was born in 1963
jeez! im 32 and i thought i was an old assbag...ill be right there with you in gaming heaven either wayrock on
Edited on Tue 1st May, 2012 @ 02:46 by ogo79
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58. Posted: Tue 1st May 2012 09:45 BST
Mk_II wrote:I was born in 1963jeez! im 32 and i thought i was an old assbag...ill be right there with you in gaming heaven either wayrock on
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59. Posted: Tue 1st May 2012 10:54 BST
Super Mario Bros. on NES, from what I can remember.
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60. Posted: Tue 1st May 2012 11:00 BST
First I had owned myself was Donkey Kong 64, I wonder what console, 1996I had originally been playing heaps of games before but this is the first i remember getting (was and is still one of my favourite games)
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