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At 8/28/09 01:10 AM, gamerguy23 wrote:At 8/27/09 07:42 PM, explodingbunnies wrote:If you never played this game, dont ever talk to me.I've never played it.......Hi
GTFO, buy a Sega master system on ebay with the game, play it, and THEN well talk.
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At 8/27/09 04:42 PM, The-Great-One wrote: What was your first video game Newgrounds? And have you gone back and played it since then?
Turok Dinosaur Hunter on the Super N64. It was cool back then, but now I get headaches from the crappy graphics.
Ah I miss those days with my pokemon red version. I first got that game at christmas when it first hit the shelves in stores. I would end up playing it for hours on end. I had that game for many years until it finally started not working as good. I still got that game hidden I a book somewhere in my house. Damnit, I'm all teary eyed thinking about it.
I don't remember what the first actual video that I played, but the first games I owned were Red & Blue. They came with a Gameboy color system, a link cable, both versions, and a strategy guide. It was quite the christmas present.
Well I can't remember what exactly, but it was definitely for the SNES. I remember being addicted to Super Mario All Stars +World and Bomberman, so it's most likely one of them two. Probably the former.
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At 8/27/09 07:10 PM, Simple wrote: Tetris bitch! Loved that game and I still do, it never gets old and it ages like a fine wine.
How do people like Tetris a lot? I don't see anything special, it's just a puzzler.
Mine was also Mario World. Everything about it was great, too. Boss fights, level design, gameplay, you name it!
I laugh at your sigs!
Mine were Super Mario All-Stars, Super Mario World, and Donkey Kong Country for SNES.
Always brings back memories playing them again.
First game I ever played was Ocarina of Time. It was sad, I died against the first boss. Anyone who has played this knows how laughable that is.
First game I ever owned was Pokemon Red. Unfortunately I lost it somehow...
Good'ol Indiana Jones. Although i might of played halo first.
Do you have so much freetime that your reading some kids signature?
WINGS, for the amiga commodore...
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Super Mario World for the SNES. I forget what age I was when I played it, but I remember to be very, very young. Toddler still.
At 8/28/09 05:40 PM, PropaneMassacre wrote: How do people like Tetris a lot? I don't see anything special, it's just a puzzler.
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I feel like I'm dating myself by saying what my first game was...
It was either Tennis or "Outrun" for the Sega Master system. Damn, I'm old.
Puzzle Bobble 2 / Bust-A-Move 2
Puzzle Bobble 2 is the first sequel to Puzzle Bobble, and is known as Bust-A-Move 2 in Europe and North America (in the latter market, the arcade version is called "Bust-A-Move Again). Released into the arcades in 1995, Sony PlayStation, Sega Saturn, Nintendo 64 and PC conversions followed.
others-- crash bandicoot, tomb raider etc.
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I believe my first video game was Legend of Zelda Ocarina of time?
That's as far back as I remember as to video games, I might have played other games but I was a young kid at the time, wouldn't really know.
I do remember that I couldn't even find the freaking sword though. xD I didn't pick up a zelda game until like three years later.
I think it was called Alex the Kid in Wonderland or something like that on the Sega Megadrive.
Well I think mine was Super Mario World as well. I remember I got a 64 in 1 game with my gameboy classic when I was 5 or 6 or so. And Super Mario World was on it, along with games like Tetris and Pacman. Some other well known games were on it as well. The only downside was, none of the games had a save function, so I always had to start over from the beginning. That's why I never completed a game. But since I was so young, I didn't really care to start over everytime.
But nowadays I do not really play them anymore. I do still play old N64 games :)
At 8/28/09 11:37 PM, Randomdude111 wrote: Good'ol Indiana Jones. Although i might of played halo first.
God that makes me feel old. Mine was Frogger.