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Pity I never had a snes. I was reliant on whatever system my older brother had, but he did have a mega drive which was win.

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i never had an NES or an SNES, but i did have a sega genesis, which was great,

but i did have plenty of friends with the nintendo systems, and i pretty much used them sometimes to play their games

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QUOTE (BILLY AGE 8 @ Oct 24 2007, 01:33 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
i never had an NES or an SNES, but i did have a sega genesis, which was great,

but i did have plenty of friends with the nintendo systems, and i pretty much used them sometimes to play their games


well damn...i've got a CD right here with just about every nintendo and snes game ever made. if you want to play just download some emmulators and you'll have a vast library to choose from. the roms take about 1 second to download on dialup. it's great.

i'd suggest getting an SNES emmulator, and metal marines, un squadron, super mario rpg roms to get you hooked.

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Sure, the games I love from that video are great for nostalgia, but there were so many others peppered in there that I vaguely remember that also give me a good feeling. Kind of hard to explain, but mostly like "OHhhhhh! I remember that one!"

Good times.

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I got chills from that.

I never owned an SNES, but I have an NES and a genesis. Ahhh the memories...


I have such fond memories of my brother and I getting an SNES game and spending ALL day playing it.

Thanks so much for posting that. I must show it to my friends.

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DAMN! Really! I'm only 17y old but oh yeah, I remember my bro playing those games and me trying to pick up the controller and try them out icon_razz.gif, I actually got some flashbacks to my childhood and could hear and smell everything in that moment! Nice vid!
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I'm 14 and I recognise the majority of them...

You don't have to be that old
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QUOTE (Omeganecron @ Oct 25 2007, 07:24 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I'm 14 and I recognise the majority of them...

You don't have to be that old

There's a difference between recognising them and remembering growing up playing them. I remember growing up playing most of them, and only recognise a few.
Give up all you suckers we the tightest muthafuckas And you never seen us talking shit before now

You peelin' potatoes while we sonic alligators
Makin' records sellin' like we smokin' crack now

'Joe' -'what now'?
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'We make a track to shake a cow
and move you like you startin something nasty?

'And then' -What then?
'We do it again, don?t make no money for us to spend
on yachts and boats and planes and drugs and scooters?

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Lol, old people. I played maybe 3 of them that I saw so yep... Lol, old people.

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i still have my snes, n64 and sega :DDDD

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QUOTE (Mkoll @ Oct 24 2007, 11:15 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
There's a difference between recognising them and remembering growing up playing them. I remember growing up playing most of them, and only recognise a few.

im 16 and i remember playing super mario bros, i still have it, i still own it, i still remember tomb raider 2 and 1

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QUOTE (Kane @ Oct 24 2007, 06:26 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
Lol, old people. I played maybe 3 of them that I saw so yep... Lol, old people.

Also good, <a href="http://thisisheavenonpcandconsole.ytmnd.com/" target="_blank">http://thisisheavenonpcandconsole.ytmnd.com/</a>


wow...what are you 12?

how can you honestly only recognise 3 of thoes games...either you are pubeless or your parents thought video games were made by satan.

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QUOTE (Mkoll @ Oct 24 2007, 06:15 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
There's a difference between recognising them and remembering growing up playing them. I remember growing up playing most of them, and only recognise a few.

not really.. im only 16 and i remember growing up playing these simply because my dad was a big kid back then, and had all the old consoles, and didnt buying the new ones like n64 icon_biggrin.gif

i remember the summers up at my cottage playing NES while it rained assloads outside.... good times.

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QUOTE (Mkoll @ Oct 24 2007, 05:15 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
There's a difference between recognising them and remembering growing up playing them. I remember growing up playing most of them, and only recognise a few.


Good point I guess
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QUOTE (Cobalt. @ Oct 23 2007, 04:02 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
I cried like I did when Aeris died [/fanboyishness

To Confrico - I'm only 18 and I remember almost all of those games

Zelda: Link to the Past + Super Mario Brothers World = 1/2 of my childhood. Good times. (the other half was FF7 and the original Wild Arms)

I'm not quite 18 and I was around for a lot of these games.
And dammit who 16-20 didn't spend a quarter of their life with FF7 icon_biggrin.gif



Anyways, not very old at all I guess = /


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QUOTE (st1dinoh @ Oct 24 2007, 03:43 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
wow...what are you 12?

how can you honestly only recognise 3 of thoes games...either you are pubeless or your parents thought video games were made by satan.

nice history lesson there st1dinoh. if you can't recognize the classics then you've basically pwned yourself

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thx for posting, brought back a lot of memories.
QUOTE (Christron @ Mar 7 2008, 07:38 AM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
are you fucking kidding me? i would totally use that as my comedy act at school, bitches love feces, ever seen 2girls1cup?

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A bad genre is still a genre.


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You know, A developer could take up to making classic games with the graphics and stuff...i mean....We consider it a art style now, so why not? its not hard to make. The games are highly and original and fun, and you dont need to program a 3D enviroment. SO why don't they?


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Well I gamed primarily on the computer, so I wasn't exposed to the mass amounts of Nintendo games out there. Like excite bike, I never heard of that one until college. Only the big names like mario, nba jam, contra, zelda, spy vs spy, paper mario, etc. And the games in the arcades like Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter. But yeah, I was a PC gamer always and forever (Commander Keen, Duke Nukem, Doom, and others that aren't well known).

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Oh lord, the nostalgia. My Sega Genesis, and the NES and SNES my friend had were some of my favorite moments I remember. I also remember playing the Duke Nukem and Doom games at my cousin's house (Duke Nukem 3D was the first game that I had ever seen in 3D at that time).

QUOTE (Silent_Dirge @ Oct 24 2007, 08:54 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>
You know, A developer could take up to making classic games with the graphics and stuff...i mean....We consider it a art style now, so why not? its not hard to make. The games are highly and original and fun, and you dont need to program a 3D enviroment. SO why don't they?
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But yeah, a lot of noobs would probably be turned off by 2D games, and would be bad for the developers who need money. I know what you mean though, a lot of the old 2D games are really good, and there are some games that would only work in 2D (Like Contra). The best new old-school style game that I have played in a long time would have to be Cave Story. Every thing about that game was great TBH.




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