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Old 07-31-2008, 10:45 PM
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Happy memories! Super Mario Bros 1, 2 and 3 on the SNES, still play now. Then on my still working sega I have completed Sonic 2 (still working on 1) and a game that no one has yet mentioned, Streets of Rage 1 & 2 (completed 2) 2 of my favorite games of all time, still play with my dad.
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i played sonic3&k on the pc first time when i was 7 ^_^ great game~ i now have all of them either on emulator or on a original cd... good memories..
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I remember the Sonic Collection and Shadow Runner all other have faded into the recesses of wasted time.
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I used to have me a TurboGrafx-16. Bonk's Adventure, Devil's Crush, and so many more. Regret giving that one up.

Never owned a Genesis. Back then I was a die-hard Nintendo fanboy and Sega was the enemy. These days I play the old Sonic games and try to figure out why anybody likes them beyond the nostalgia factor. Never played Shining Force, but I am willing, should I ever run across a copy. And I think I remember reading somewhere that Sega's bringing Phantasy Star Zero to the DS. Will definitely pick that up, as I have a soft spot for console RPGs.

Oh, and as great as FFVI is, Chrono Trigger is better.
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i had the benefit of growing up around classic gaming even though im not that old and i must say that my best experience of sega was shining force a great game that was a relatively high grade rpg oh and comix zone taht was good too.
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I agree with mykal chrono trigger was better than a multitude of the ff games maybe not 7 though
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I agree with mykal chrono trigger was better than a multitude of the ff games maybe not 7 though
Nope, it's better than FFVII.
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