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I was a PS1 kid, in case you couldn't tell :tongue:. Had some experience with the SNES and Genesis as well, but PS1 was when I realized how much I loved gaming.

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Jade Cocoon

Armored Core: Master of Arena

Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (my first video game)

Crash Team Racing

Crash Bash

Croc: Legend of the Gobbos

Gauntlet Legends

Fifa Soccer 2005 (first sports game I had and what got me into the Fifa series, at least up to Fifa 09)

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Tekken 3

Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask

Diddy Kong Racing

Snowboard Kids

Banjo Tooie


Crash Team Racing

Crash Bandicoot: Warped

Mario Party 3

Mystical Ninja: Starring Goemon

Mystical Ninja: Goemon's Great Adventure

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I remember a friend introducing me to his SNES when I was around 7 yrs old.  We'd play smash tv multiplayer a lot, that was a lot of fun.  Would love to see that game remade.

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 Zelda Ocarina of time was the start of my gaming obsession...I love it so much I still have it. It's the only game I have now for the N64. I sold all the rest of my N64 games.

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Sadly one of them was Metal Gear Solid for PlayStation, still love it today, but Konami... tsk tsk tsk, anyways...

  • Super Mario World
  • Twisted metal 2
  • THPS 2
  • SoulBlade  and then Soul Calibur 2 :P
  • Breath of Fire 2
  • Star Ocean 2
  • Resident evil 2 (LOTS of sequels / 2's, lol)
  • Tekken 3
  • Pokemon
  • Xenogears
  • Lemmings
  • 7th guest
  • FF Tactics
  • FF7 (I think I only played a little though, I believe me or my brother rented it), maybe 9 (favorite one)

I remember TONS of games from childhood, basically those though...


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I've seen a couple of lengthy lists, so don't hate me if mine turns out like that. This will be in a sort of chronological order from older games to newer. My childhood only ended within the last few years so I was mostly a late PS1 through early PS3 kid.

- Spyro the Dragon, 2, and 3 to a lesser extent

- Dynasty Warriors 4 & 4 Empires (My jam for YEARS)

- Lego Star Wars I and II

- The Sims 1, Bustin' Out, 2 and 2 Pets (PS2) (Such crappy ports, but I loved them)

- Star Wars Battlefront II

- Mobile Suit Gundam: Federation vs Zeon (special place in my heart)

- Metal Gear Solid 3 (Changed the way I thought about video game story telling, but was also late to play this)

- GTA III, Vice City, and San Andreas (and I'm not ashamed to admit I've been playing them since Second grade. FYI, I'm an honor student and as straight edge as you can be, so take that Jack Thompson.)

- The Godfather (one of the best GTA clones ever made)

- Oblivion, and Skyrim (Skyrim was kind of the end of my "childhood" though)

- Fallout 3 (between this game and Oblivion, this was my entire mid-teens)

- Mass Effect 1, 2 and 3 (I'm pretty sure these games taught me how to feel emotions.)

Edited by Boomhouer8606
Had to clean up the list.
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