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    sega megadrive(genesis in usa). Nhl 96 is the best game for it, even tho i dont like hockey at all
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    As much as I loved the PS1, my favorite system (that was current for it's time) was the NES. Not only were a lot of the great franchises started in those days (Mario Bros., Zelda, Final Fantasy, etc...), but there was a lot more variety in games than there is now. Game developers used to try all sorts of things. Like I remember a game called "Blaster Master" where the concept is your frog one day suddenly turns into a tank. Sure the story was lame, but the game was really fun to play. I'm also the only person I know who liked Gyromite and actually used the robot the way it was intended.

    Although I'd have to say if I had to play the old games today I'd prefer the PS1 games over the NES ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Falcarius View Post
    Commodore 64.
    I've got to agree with the Falcarius. Large range of fun games (and, more importantly, I suspect, peaked in popularity when I was in Jr. high school).

    Although... a year or so ago I went to Seattle to visit my best friend from my growing-up days, and we downloaded a C64 emulator to revisit the old times. Let's just say some of those games have *really* lost their luster over the years .

    Still, gotta go with the C64!
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    Xbox.

    Just beat Grand Theft Auto: Vice City this weekend.

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    All the old arcade classics exactly as they were in the machines!
    Though years ago, they cracked down on the rom sites.
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    I liked the atari but my fav was colecovision. We played it an awful lot. Pitfall rocked though.

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    Super Nintendo. It was my first system (got it for my 6th birthday), has awesome games, love it.


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    PS1. We still play Gran Turismo, Tekken and a Japanese game called Boku no natsu yasumi at my house. Super Fami com (English?) Gets a bit of use still too. Bomberman, tetris and space invaders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolfy View Post
    Super Fami com (English?) Gets a bit of use still too. Bomberman, tetris and space invaders.
    The Super Famicom was the Japanese name for the Super Nintendo. They're actually the same system, just called different things.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    The Super Famicom was the Japanese name for the Super Nintendo. They're actually the same system, just called different things.
    That's right. They called it Super Nintendo in the States because you didn't have a culture of game playing as a family. So Discovery said anyway.

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