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    My parents had a PlayStation when I was very little, so I'd play on it when I was a bit older. But first console for myself was my GameBoy Colour.
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    Gameboy Advance SP, loved that thing haha
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    PS1, our first game was Metal Gear Solid. I think I was 7 and my brother was 10
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    A second hand mega drive for my seventh in 1998, followed shortly by a master system and an Amstrad CPC464.
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    an xbox in year nine....rght before the xbox 360 came out lol :P i got it for my birthday, i was very suprised when i got it really as i made a very off hand remark about wanting one......although my sister had a playstation which i used to sometimes play on.....rayman was the **** back in the day.
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    Sega Megadrive. Still got it and it still works perfectly
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    Super Nintendo, man I loved that thing! Closely followed by a Sega Megadrive.
    One day I returned home from school to find that my dad had sold both of the consoles and bought a PS1, I was devastated at first, but then I grew to love the PS1, and the only consoles i've had since have been the PS2 & 3, excluding handhelds.
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    (Original post by pinkpenguin)


    This beauty loaded up with Safari Hunt and Hang-On!

    Loved Hang-On! but favourites were Castle of Illusion, Taz-Mania and Lion King.

    Yes one of these in 1988 or 89. I didn't eat or sleep for days.
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    my first console was a dreamcast, but my brother's was a Gameboy colour - good times, but the quality of the dreamcast is ****e copared to ps3 or xbox 360
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    The NES around 1990. Came with Super Mario and Duck hunt and a light gun. Awwww yeah.
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    (Original post by somethingbeautiful)
    This:

    http://i39.tinypic.com/fw4028.jpg

    Loved it. It still looks good to me .
    Me too! Plus that game.
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    GBA for handheld, GameCube for console.
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    (Original post by aefli)
    Gameboy Color - man, that makes me feel old! I was about 5 though.
    ^^this.. still play my gameboy sometimes =) :woo:
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    A real gem when I was a kid
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    (Original post by goldenfish)
    ^^this.. still play my gameboy sometimes =) :woo:
    I did really like mine. It was purple! I think if I hadn't broke mine I would be too!
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    I had a DreamCast and loved it
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    Playstation 4.
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    Dreamcast (Sega) :^_^:
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    Amstrad 64, Nes , Snes, Sega Saturn, Sega MegaDive, N64
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    Ain't she a beauty?
 
 
 
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