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Discussion in 'Retro Gaming' started by Navy_Seal, Mar 24, 2008.
NES for me, like many.
I know right lot`s of people have started there gaming up with the NES.
I think it was ps1
Atari at a friends house until i gathered up enough change and mom money to get the nes...
First gaming console was original nintendo, and still to this day I like to whip it out and play with it a bit
I try to, but I don`t always have the time.
I think mine was the N64.
I first played on the Gameboy Colour, although the first *console* I played on was the Dreamcast. Skies of Arcadia Ftw.
uhh, we had this crappy pc that played games like space invaders
but first console was the snes
My first consol experience have to be the Amiga 500 if it counts as a consol and after that the good old NES I Remember that i played some ping pong game at some big black box with yellow joysticks on the very box,(Before the NES and Amiga) but cant remember the name of it
I started with an old Gemini (an Atari 2600 clone) and a half-broken NES, but I really became a gamer when I got my PS1.
Started on a GameGear but I got a SNES the same year. Also played a lot on my aunt's NES in the summers
Sega Master System, I played Golden Axe when i was 3 years old.
Genisis, (none of those add-on crap) i think i had over 78 games, no joke
NES they had it before i can really remember. used to sit and play it all the time. but my parents couldnt ever afford getting consoles for me. so when everyone was getting playstations i was getting a snes, got a ps2 wayyy after they came out. i think the only one i got around the time it came out was the n64. but i felt like shit about it cause i know it cost a lot more than the pos was worth
Some kind of Atari, I forgot and so did everyone else in the family, it got milk spilled on it a few times. Was very young, so I probably chewed on the cables too to help it on its way to the grave.
Who didnt lose the battery door
Man...I read that as "I wonder whee I jacked them off to?" .
I started playing Pitfall on the Atari 2600, it was step-father's console...Then I got a Sega master system for my birthday, but it didn't work right out of the box so I ended up exchanging it for a Nintendo.
So it was a cross between the Atari and Nintendo.
The Magnavox Odyssey2 was the first one I played in my household. Oh yeah Pick Axe Pete.