I'm sure this isn't the first time I've said this, but it's the NES for me. I grew up on it, I was raised on it, it was my best friend in my childhood, and I've even had it before I was born. It was bought for my brother when my mom was pregnant with me, but I adapted to it faster than he did. I've been playing that lil' grey box ever since I was two... it is almost like a member of the family. Even at fifteen years of age, it is still functioning perfectly today. I hope to have fifteen more years of its service, and then some. we had our first game like Super Mario Bros (1-3),Donkey Kong, Tennis, The Legend of Kage,The Legend of Zelda, Tecmo Bowl, Karate Kid, Kung Fu, Mike Tyson’s, Punch Out, Duck Hunt, Track & Field, Metroid,Dr. Mario.
I could go on & on, but I’ll stop here. My original NES is still up & running. I like to go back to it from time to time. Games now are great, but those 8-bit games still hold a place in my heart
[Edited by VVA1210CK, 12/31/2010 3:34:49 AM]
I grew up in a very poor family so I didn't get any video game system until I was a bit older then most, I remember all the kids at school having video games and always wanting one. First console was a Play Station one.
A simple Playstation. It's lots of fun if you play it with friends or family. Especially Tekken 3 or Bloody Roar 2. Those games were a whole lot of fun when I played them with my peeps.
All times are (GMT -06:00) Central Time (US & Canada). Current time is 11:48:34 AM