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Oldest video game you own
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brick game
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Ratchet and Clank the first one, takes me back.... Good game though!
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Phantom of Inferno - 2003 from Hirameki International. I only keep a select few video games and so everything I currently own are 2009-2011 releases.
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I haven't got any of my older consoles left, so the oldest one I've got Fallout 1 for pc.
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all my consoles died years ago, I haven't replaced any of them. The oldest game I currently own is Dark Cloud for the PS2 made in 2001 or 2002 I think. which is quite new for an old game xD

I used to own one of the SNES Mario games but I forgot which one, I think it was the racing one, this was when I was about 6.
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Ms. Pacman, ha3~~ My mom used 2 play it, n she even called us in the middle of d nite 2 watch her finish d game, lol
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caddyalan wrote:

What is the oldest video game that you own?

At this time, I have a working Super Mario Bros / Duck Hunt cartridge. It was created around 1985, and consistently starts up even now.

Quite some years ago, I had an Atari 2600 Jr, along with a number of carts made as far back as 1977. However, it stopped working due to neglect, and I haven't replaced or repaired the system.

(If you're not sure how old your video games are, then start with this Wikipedia article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_video_games )


Same here lol. Although I had a couple more games to go along with it. I think Karate Kid was one of them.

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I would say harvest moon wonderful life, most oldest and the most awesome game i ever got
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shadstar wrote:

all my consoles died years ago...


Were they cartridge or CD-based based systems? I know some CD-based game consoles are fragile and unreliable. But most cart based game systems are pretty durable...
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Tetris (1989) that came bundled with the Game Boy, along with Super Mario Land. Great games! I could just plug in Super Mario Land right now and play though it all over again; and Tetris... I can NEVER get tired of Tetris. Ah, and my old Game Boy works as good as new, too.

Edit: It's been days since I posted this, I'd like to note that I once owned an NES before I got a Game Boy. At that time, my oldest game was Super Mario Bros. / Duck Hunt. But I had since parted with the NES.
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Posted 4/13/11

caddyalan wrote:


shadstar wrote:

all my consoles died years ago...


Were they cartridge or CD-based based systems? I know some CD-based game consoles are fragile and unreliable. But most cart based game systems are pretty durable...


I had a SNES as my first console, I cant actually remember how that one broke, I still got one of the games lying around somewhere, my Playstation broke when my sister tripped over the cable and made it fall off the place I put it (About a metre high from the ground), I sold my PS2 as I got an xbox 360, and the xbox lasted about 3 weeks before i turned into a PC Gamer. I know that CD based systems die pretty quickly, well the newer ones do anyway. my friend had his first xbox for about 2 weeks, his mother was cleaning room and knocked it a little and the disc drive was refusing to work properly after that. Playstation 3's are the same, I miss old consoles now that I think about it, The games were so much more entertaining.
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Dynasty Warriors 3
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Crash Bandicoot. <3
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These days, wireless controllers are common. They've been around since at least the NES era... but I rarely succeeded in getting old wireless controllers to work. I used wired controllers instead of struggling with infrared controllers.

So to go along with what Shadstar said, I had a few experiences in which family, friends, and pets tripped over controller wires. My SNES system is still working despite a few falls, and twenty years of use.

Getting a working SNES console these days isn't too expensive. Some classic games cost a lot, but there's some quality console-exclusive games that are relatively easy to find, and fairly cheap.
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Posted 4/16/11 , edited 4/16/11
wow i have donkeykong for the nes i have a lot of old games&consoles (in working condition) snes, genesis, dreamcast, n64 lol
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