Though I started with an NES, the SNES is my favorite system. It still gets some playtime, so I may have to get one of those SNES clones soon so I don't wear out the contacts. Maybe I'll pass it down.
I still play FF3/6 (Best one by a LONG shot if you ask me), Chrono Trigger, Contra III, Mario World etc. regularly. Keeps that child-like sense of wonder alive, and I've gotta say, I can't get enough of those old 16-bit sounds (love the 8-bits too).
My old Sega Genesis was pretty fun too, but alas, it has long since passed on. :sad:
Ni > Te > Ti = Fi > Ne > Si = Fe > Se
Oh, this is a little off topic, but I've noticed something odd... my SNES and N64 still work, but I had to replace my Gamecube every 2-3 years over the course of it's life. Alongside roughly the same usage as my N64 and SNES. I'm on my third Gamecube. Why was the Gamecube of such inferior quality?
I've never had problem with the gamecube,... well, sorta,...
If it ever messed up, I would flip it upside down and it would work again, and then vise versa in the event of another mess up,... kinda funny...
Gah. People keep putting SNES, and I keep thinking "that's not retro!" I have become old!
It was released in 1991, the last game released for it came out in 1998, and they stopped producing it in 1999. It's 2009, so that's... 10 years since it was produced or supported. An entire decade. How old does it have to be before you can call it retro? By most people's standards, the N64 is retro.