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back in the day when we were kids and loved every new system out, what was the best game in your opinion and why and for what system?


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gamecube- metroid prime echoes.   the game play and constant open map plus finding treasures was a always fun time killer,  the story line was easy to follow and enemies were challenging and fun for the age group i was in at the time.

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Commodore 64 - Flimbo's Quest


Sega MegaDrive - Golden Axe, Streets of Rage


PS1 - Vacation 2012, or some shit, i cant remember its exact name, but it was so fucking fun.  Doom, C&C (only when link-cabled together with two PS1's and two TV screens.)


PS2 - PES 20(xx), Edit: GTA3, the first 3d GTA.  SO FUCKING AWESOME.




As you can tell, i had a brother, therefore every game i played was co-operative, or vs.  I suppose this excludes Flimbo's Quest, but whatever.


I wish games were as good now as they were when i was younger.  There's nothing like battling through hordes of enemies with a 2d character, a small moveset, and only half a screen to move upwards or downwards.  It didnt matter though, working together to kill shit is fun, and always will be.

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Gamecube: Super Smash Bros Melee, LoZ: The Wind Waker

Dreamcast: Sonic Adventure, Sonic Adventure 2



C'mon, the main reason most of us bought a Gamecube was for Melee. It was the flagship game of the console. As for The Wind Waker, it was the first game I ever owned. I like what my brother says of the game, saying it is "what an open world game should be." I will agree; the world was huge, even if most of it was ocean.


Sonic Adventure and Sonic Adventure 2 are my favorite Sonic games, especially the latter. I always felt the 2D games to be boring and the 3D games to be either over the top or glitchy, usually both. These two games were the exception. I felt that the characters were actually good, the story was enough to keep me interested, and the gameplay, especially of the Sonic and Shadow levels, was fast-paced with just the right amount of difficulty. SA2 had pretty nice multiplayer, too.

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