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Discussion in 'Video Games & Weeaboo Shit' started by jackass, Sep 11, 2011.
Post a video of said game. Mine was Dink Smallwood.
Mine was Silent Hill 2. I was 8.
Yie Ar Kung Fu for NES
Spartan X for NES
This was in 1993. Everyone else were playing SNES and I had to go to some shop and pay some money to play NES for half an hour
Age 3 with warp, age 4 without
Old man was a gamer, started me early
Spyro the Dragon 3
Yoshi's Island - SNES
Super mario deluxe for gameboy color, if my memory serves me.
Spider-Man 2 for PS1
Super Mario World
Mike Tyson's Punch out
The first Rayman. I almost died of heart failure multiple times whilst playing it.
Super Mario 64. I remember the first time I fought Bowser I kept throwing him off the thing and was raging because he wouldn't die.
Spyro the Dragon, or Crash Bandicoot 2, one or the other.
The Legend of Dragoon for PSX
Phantasy Star 1 or Link to the Past, I think I was playing them at the same time.
Super Mario Land
without cheating, probably this:
And in PC, this:
In 1989, I beat the original Super Mario Bros. (but that doesn't really count because I warped). That same year I also beat Megaman 2. Did I mention that I was 5 years old at the time?
you must be a genius of Ulilillia's caliber. Very quick reflexes
2001, I cracked ocarina of time.
Pong. On an Atari.
This was state of the art Star Trek stuff in those dats
Oh, I remember well the Atari 2600, I didn't owned it but a classmate had it...
But it doesn't count as example, you can't beat Pong same you can not beat Pac-Man, there wasn't a programed end to the game
(Well, that's not really true for Pacman, as the screen counter was a byte, when you reach Level 256, the game kinda brokes...but you now what I mean...)
it just becomes faster and faster and faster
if the bug is straightened, there'd be unlimited speed and all you see are blurring colors whizzing. Gamer nirvana
donkey kong country on the SNES.
Like a Boss.
"The last metroid is in captivity, The galaxy is at peace" fuckin' epic.