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Discussion in 'General Gaming' started by Bazooka56, Jul 18, 2007.
Whats your fave console of all time?I mean from the commodore 64 to the PS3!My fave is PS3.
hard question. but i reckon PS1!
Birth of 3D games mass produced!
still remember playing that crash bandicoot demo over and over again! and a shagload of awesome games on it! Birth of MGS, destruction derby 2, wipeout, FF7, gran turismo, GTA, and loads of others!
Plus it was out when i was about 10, 11! So i didnt care about work etc, all i cared about was play! So life was awesome!
ya 'd agree defntly ps1, all the greats started hear, not to mention off o the inovations it had
I'd say the NES I just had some good times on that.
How come we can only go back as far as the Commodore 64?
The PS360. All the powers combined of the PS3 and the 360.
All of the great game series started here, or became great here, or stayed great here.
Crash Bandicoot was best on PSone, as was the Suikoden ones. Final Fantasy's popularity EXPLODED once FFVII was released on PSone, not to mention that Medal of Honor started on PSone I think.
Playstation then the genesis.
PS2. It had some really incredible games and could play all my favorite PS1 titles. Whats not to like?
Hmmm well in my order it goes NES,Genesis,and the PS1
I've there was a thing like it would cost.$2000 or more.
It's a tough choice. Games wise, it's naturally the PS2 (especially considering the backwards compatability). But if we forget that for a moment, it's PS1.
I mean come on, the first truly big RPG, Final Fantasy VII. My first RFG ever. Still one of the best.
Crash Bandicoot, the start of those platforming games.
MGS. No one can ever forget their first MGS experience. There was nothing like it out there, and you can say it changed gaming forever.
etc etc etc.
I would say PC, but technically, it isn't. So instead I choose the Dreamcast, mainly because i like things that are usually overlooked, and it brougt innovation in modern day platforms like online play. It also had these great (but small amount of) games on it like shenmue, skies of Arcadia, and Soul Caliber. It also featured a memory card that was also a portable game unit. A feature that we still haven't seen in game consoles today
PS2 and NES. Both epic in my mind. Way too many hours wasted on those damn boxes of metal and plastic.
Dreamcast and PS1.These two consoles created the first 3D games.
Put the 360 price and the PS3 price together and its more lke $800 or so.
I guess your right.
Gamecube, countless hours playing Super Smash Bros. Melee