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    (Original post by sleepysnooze)
    MDK 2 was actually one of the first games I ever bought when I was 8 years old - such a great game
    I concur.
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    (Original post by XOR_)
    I concur.
    loving the guts DP btw
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    call of duty 2 Big Red One on the PS2 or Crash Bandicoot also on the PS2.
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    First games played - Street Fighter II and Mortal Kombat on the SNES
    First games owned - Super Mario Land and Super Mario Land II on Gameboy. After that it was Mario Kart on N64 in terms of proper consoles.
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    I guess arcade machines doesnt count so, Double Dragon, spectrum ..😂😂😂😂

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    I think my first game was a Tomb Raider game on my GameBoy, i can't remember the exact name of it though. 12/13 years later and Rise of the Tomb Raider is my absolute favourite game
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    Golden Axe or Sonic on the Mega Drive...bloody loved those games
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    (Original post by Zerforax)
    First games played - Street Fighter II and Mortal Kombat on the SNES
    First games owned - Super Mario Land and Super Mario Land II on Gameboy. After that it was Mario Kart on N64 in terms of proper consoles.
    Mortal Kombat on the SNES? I can't believe it. Have played so many games on this console, but never Mortal Kombat. Would love to play, yeah even to won it, but for SNEs it is quite expensive, isn't it? *
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    (Original post by Kallisto)
    Mortal Kombat on the SNES? I can't believe it. Have played so many games on this console, but never Mortal Kombat. Would love to play, yeah even to won it, but for SNEs it is quite expensive, isn't it? *
    I think that copy of Mortal Kombat got lost (was my uncle's SNES) but I managed to get a copy for the Sega Megadrive.

    Yea older games can be quite expensive now. I picked up a copy of Zelda: A link to the past for the SNES a few months ago and it was like £30 for a USA version (PAL versions can be £50+) :eek:
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    Grand Theft Auto
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    (Original post by Zerforax)
    I think that copy of Mortal Kombat got lost (was my uncle's SNES) but I managed to get a copy for the Sega Megadrive.

    Yea older games can be quite expensive now. I picked up a copy of Zelda: A link to the past for the SNES a few months ago and it was like £30 for a USA version (PAL versions can be £50+) :eek:
    Original old games are even more expensive. Just think about the Mega Man (X) series. Holy moly! that is a huge amount of money! mortal combat in comparison to those are a bargain, but expensive enough to think about buying twice at least.
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    This is football 2 iirc. That or treasure planet the movie video game.
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    (Original post by Paulwyn)
    Golden Axe or Sonic on the Mega Drive...bloody loved those games
    The first named game is an arcade one, right? can remember me that friends of mine played it. Have played Sonic too, but many years later as emulator. It is addictive nonetheless.*
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    (Original post by sharkbate633)
    Not sure if something like this has already been posted but what was the very first Video game that you ever played. My very first video game that I ever played was either TMNT or Super Mario for the NES
    Repton on the bbc. Don't ask! lol
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    Probably nintendogs. I also loved animal crossing and Pokemon but I think nintendogs was first.

    Also Mario kart was amazing but that was a few years later. I always used to search for cheats to unlock new characters.
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    Little Fighter 2
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    (Original post by Kallisto)
    The first named game is an arcade one, right? can remember me that friends of mine played it. Have played Sonic too, but many years later as emulator. It is addictive nonetheless.*
    Aye it was but I only played it on the 16bit goodness of my old Mega Drive, that and streets of rage took up a lot of my childhood...also both had amazing soundtracks
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    (Original post by Paulwyn)
    Aye it was but I only played it on the 16bit goodness of my old Mega Drive, that and streets of rage took up a lot of my childhood...also both had amazing soundtracks
    Streets of rage looks familiar to me. If the soundtracks are so nice - had not listen to them so far - I will take a closer look at these arcade games soon.*
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    Also it should be noted that this game came out in 2005, and I was about 6 when I first got it.

    Damn, I'm old.
 
 
 
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