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81. Posted: Sun 7th Oct 2012 07:13 BST
as soon as i was delivered my own mother choked me with the wires of a magnavox odyssey controller in the hospital. ive been gaming ever since.
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82. Posted: Sun 7th Oct 2012 15:37 BST
It was at my neighbours' house around the summer of 1982. It was either playing Pong on their TV or their orange Donkey Kong Game & Watch (on which I never quite made it to the second screen). Their dad bought all the newfangled things, and I think he had picked them both up at the same time on a business trip.
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83. Posted: Sun 7th Oct 2012 15:52 BST
1988, I remember coming home from nursery one day to learn my dad had bought a NES. I remember my brother humming the Mario tune and I saw it on top of the cabinet. I must've known what it was, by seeing adverts for it on TV or something but I don't remember those. I just remember that moment. HA my brother got a thrashing for spoiling the surprise. We didn't end up with many games for the NES, only Mario, Duck Hunt, Castlevania and Faxanadu. I didn't even realise you could change the cartridges because we were never allowed to. I was confused when I came home from nursery one day to see Belmont slaying ghouls wondering why it's not some plumber jumping plant pots. I must've been no older than 4. I've loved gaming ever since!
Edited on Sun 7th October, 2012 @ 15:55 by LavaTwilight
84. Posted: Sun 7th Oct 2012 21:42 BST
Playing Sea Wolf at the local arcade somewhere in the summer of 1977. I was 14 years old at the time. They also had a Western-style shooter (Gunsmoke?) that didnt impress me much but they were the very first video games i ever saw and played. Those were the days, my friends...
Edited on Sun 7th October, 2012 @ 21:42 by Mk_II
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85. Posted: Tue 9th Oct 2012 18:31 BST
Got my first NES in 1987 when I was 6, me and my dad would play Kung Fu all day.
86. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 02:43 BST
My earliest gaming memory? Playing Super Mario Bros. 3 when I was around 2 or 3. Ah, good times. I bought the GBA version of that later so I could play without the NES glitches.
87. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 02:45 BST
My earliest gaming memory is playing Spider-Man: Enter Electro...
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88. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 02:48 BST
Super Mario 64 &/OR Mario Kart 64
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89. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 12:29 BST
It was 2005, I was 8. My brother knew a couple of friends(he was in 5th grade). He got a Game Boy Color, he brought it home and my parents put it in their closet for a few months. My brother then got a Game Boy Pocket from one of his friends a couple months later. He got a Pokemon Gold and Silver from a dumb kid. I played Silver, being extremely amazed at all the cool stuff that was going on. Pokemon Silver made me a fan of Pokemon. A couple of weeks later my brother got a copy of Donkey Kong (94) He played it really extremely. He got stuck. I played it and ruled the game.It took my until 5th grade to complete it, just because I got sidetracked by a PS2 from 3rd to 5th grade, playing Need for Speed Underground 2 and other great racing games. But my greatest moment was when I got a GameCube in 2010. I find many games on the GameCube more enjoyable just because of the controller and just because I can connect a Game Boy Advance to it. I can battle my Pokemon in Pokemon Colosseum and XD. Video games are just great.
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90. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 12:38 BST
The first game I remember playing is Ty The Tasmanian Tiger 2 for Gamecube. It was such a fun game, but I was young, and never finished the game
But I can remember playing a Kart Racing minigame in the game with my dad and sister, and that was really fun
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91. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 12:48 BST
I don't remember too much about what my first games played were.. All I know was that my first two systems I played on were pc and genesis..
Edited on Wed 10th October, 2012 @ 12:48 by WildMan
92. Posted: Wed 10th Oct 2012 12:53 BST
Super Mario Land & Tetris for the Game Boy, back when times were so much simpler (I was 3(?) years old).
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93. Posted: Wed 17th Oct 2012 01:40 BST
my earliest gaming memory is me and dad buying Commodore 64 tapes from the news stand, around 1987. I was 4. I dunno how we ended up having a Commodore 64 at home though. Thing is, my dad was never at home and those bloody tapes where a pain to use, especially for a kid who couldn't read italian — I remember having a hard time trying to get them to work properly. So, my earliest memories involve a lot of tapes but very little gaming.
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94. Posted: Wed 17th Oct 2012 01:46 BST
I think my first console gaming experience must have been playing Sonic 2 on a Genesis at the YMCA. I was so proud that I figured out how the launchers in Casino Night Zone worked before everybody else. As for handheld, it was either Kirby's Dreamland or Pokemon Blue.
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95. Posted: Fri 9th Nov 2012 02:05 GMT
Earliest memories are playing Alex Kidd in Miracle World , an Asterix game, a Taz tazmanian tiger and a Disney Mickey Mouse game on our Sega Master System (type 2). this would have been between 1995 and 1998.
96. Posted: Fri 9th Nov 2012 02:08 GMT
I'm pretty sure it was playing tetris on my super Nintendo. Its a shame it got stolen.
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97. Posted: Fri 9th Nov 2012 02:11 GMT
Odyssey. my first home console.
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98. Posted: Fri 9th Nov 2012 02:16 GMT
My earliest gaming memory is my father teaching me how to wall climb in Megaman X for the SNES.
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99. Posted: Sun 11th Nov 2012 15:09 GMT
Playing Centipede on the Atari 2600 in 1988.
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100. Posted: Sun 11th Nov 2012 15:13 GMT
I remember me and my bro going to my neighbors party when we were little because we were friends with the neighbor kid and his friend that we kinda knew. Soon enough all four of us got bored because the party was mostly adults talking so we went to our friends room where we played Mario Kart 64. I vaguely remember anything else except that I chose Yoshi.
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