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Posted 2/17/17
Pokemon: I miss the sprites(except in SMD)
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Posted 2/18/17
found my super Nintendo last night. all those games make me feel old.
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Posted 2/18/17
Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 on the SNES.
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Posted 2/18/17
Legend of Zelda Link's Awakening, Tetris, Pokemon Gold and Silver, Turok 64, Space Station Silicon Valley, Pokemon Stadium, the original Super Smash Bros, Wolfenstein 3D and Chip's Challenge all those games make me feel old.
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Posted 2/19/17
Pretty much any title with dexterity or overtuned twitch elements makes me feel old.
Remembering the hours I spent playing "Ski or Die" makes me realize that the people who consider me old keep getting more every year.
Or The Secret of Monkey Island, I found my Dial-A-Pirate disc while moving things around in the basement the other day.
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Posted 2/19/17
Gears of War
Video game players will have plenty of reasons to celebrate in 2016: not just because of what’s coming, but also for the games they already know and love. The coming year will be riddled with notable anniversaries of great and influential games.

No matter what era you remember most fondly, there will be “birthdays” of games worth celebrating. Of course, these milestones also serve as a reminder of just how long it’s been since you first fell in love with that classic game the formative year when you played it.

Though there are simply too many to name, here are some of the most important, influential anniversaries coming up that will likely make you feel wistful, then scratch your head and wonder, “where did all the time go?”
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Posted 2/22/17
Mm, most recently the remake of Dragon Quest VII made me feel old, I remember playing that when it was released on the PS under the title Dragon Warrior VII. Mid '90s I believe it was, though I could be wrong. I think the thing that makes me feel the oldest though is thinking about how long ago it was I played my first game, which was Sesame Street 1-2-3 for the NES, or simply just seeing a trailer for a new game in a series I play and inevitably thinking, 'Wow, this game looks so much better than the first/second!'
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Posted 2/22/17 , edited 2/22/17
Probably Final Fantasy 3 for me and then I stopped playing that game till VII came out, then I continued on after that with the other games.
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Posted 2/23/17
Spyro, Kingdom Hearts, Castlevania: Symphony of The Night, and many more PS1, PS2 and Gameboy games.
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Posted 2/24/17
Oregon Trail, first edition.

I don't feel old, I AM old.
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Posted 2/26/17 , edited 2/26/17
Almost anything on the Nintendo 64, so low poly! Hard to believe that Super Mario 64 is over 20 years old now!
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Posted 2/27/17 , edited 2/27/17
Mario 64, and all of the original Pokemon games (Red, Blue, and Yellow).
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Posted 3/2/17
gamecube/ps1/ps2/gameboy verisons
Mario Kart.
Super Smash.
Pokemon.
Legend of Zelda
Final Fantasy.
Tekken.
Soul caliber
Simpsons hit and run
pokemon stadium
Kingdom hearts
MK
Street fighter
spyro
castlevania
devil may cry
wwe
Sonic the hedgehog
Dance Dance revolution.
resident evil
All these hit my childhood.
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