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First Game You Ever Played
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Yeah hence the we in my previous post.
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the brick game!!! tetris of course
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Super Mario Bros. and Duck Hunt
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F / On a journey..^^
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my first game EVER wuhz tetris and pinball lol..first arcade game wuhz Tekken!!! my favorite characters were Michelle and Jun<3
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Zelda Ocarina of Time
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Super Mario Bros. on SNES
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My first game ever was Tetris on the old Game Boy. But the game that made me love gaming was the original Doom on my old ass PC.
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pong (my cousin collected game systems and i played em all)
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mauz15 wrote:

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I tried to get picture for ff4 and ff6 but the site i got them from where being douchebags so yeah most of the originals where some of my favorites.
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sabbacc108 wrote:


Both remain two of my very favorite games ever. I would play Fate of Atlantis for two or three hours every day. I would get home from school, change into my swim gear, play Fate of Atlantis, then hop the bus to swim team. I was freakin' obsessed with that game, and I beat it on all three paths (you'd know what I mean if you've played the game. If you haven't, do yourself a favor, and play one of the best adventure games Lucasarts ever released).
I had to borrow my scoutmaster's joystick to play Tie Fighter, until I saved up enough money to buy myself one. Tie Fighter and X-Wing before it are truly fantastic flight sims (again, released in Lucasarts' glory days).
I learned how to mess with my computer's hardware settings for the first time playing those games, something which opened the doors to learning programming.

I also spent quite a deal of time playing this at my best friend's house:

It's a pretty weird game, but we had a lot of fun. We thought it was unspeakably funny to punch (or hit with a hammer) everything we could in those 3D areas (again, you won't understand if you haven't played the game). My parent's wouldn't allow me to own a game console when I was a kid, so I had to get my fill of those at my friends' houses.


I hear what you mean on both accounts. I worshipped Lucasarts during it's glory days. X-Wing, Tie Fighter, Dark Forces (the original), Indy, Sam and Max, Day of the Tentacle. Rebel Assault was actually the first game I bought on CD-ROM and I remember being blown away by the graphics (lol). Oh yeah the Monkey Island games, The Dig and Full Throttle - how could I forget those! Oh Gods why is adventure gaming dead! Tie Fighter I worshiped in particular. I always did like the "dark side" a bit more, and it was oddly satisfying shooting down all those rebel fighters... remember the book that came with the original version? It almost read like Nazi propoganda, but god it was fun. That and Grand Admiral Thrawn was in it! True Star Wars junkies know who that is and just how much he kicked ass. (and yes I know what you mean by beat it on all three paths, though I only did one best I can recall).

I wasn't allowed to have a console either growing up and had to rely on friend's houses for all my console gaming. Mario, Zelda, Street Fighter II, Sonic. In hindsight it made me cherish each moment I played those games. Now of course I've gone back and bought all those conosle and games, but a little bit of the magic is gone.

I still say Indy and the fate of atlantis is every bit as good as one of the movies.
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i dont really know :/ but i remember yoshi's island on super nintendo! i love that game xD
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mario?
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I thought one of the coolest things in Tie Fighter was the way you got tattoos on your arm to show your rank. I always wished I could find a copy of the Tie Fighter strategy guide, since apparently the story from the manual was continued in the strategy guide.
I just recently bought a copy of The Dig at a thrift store, and I haven't had a chance to play it yet. I'm pretty jazzed about it.
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It was either Final Fantasy VII or the very first Legned of Zelda.
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