The first game you ever played

Discussion in 'Games' started by General Immodet, Mar 23, 2013.

  1. Emperor Von Schweetz Jedi Knight

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    We have baby videos of me sitting on my mom's lap and playing a Winnie the Pooh computer game, so I take it that that's the first one that I ever played.
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  2. Lady_Misty Force Ghost

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    Pac-Man on the Atari or Super Mario Brothers, Duck Hunt for the NES (at some point we got the Legend of Zelda) I MIGHT have played some sort of game on the family IBM computer. But I am extremely sure that it was either Pac-Man or one of the NES games.
  3. Michael McKean Jedi Knight

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    I cannot guarantee that this is the first game I ever played, but it is certainly the earliest memory I have of playing a game, and it is of Crash Bandicoot on Playstation which was released in 1996. Great game but very, very challenging.
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  4. DarthPimpin Jedi Padawan

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  5. TheDarkLordess Jedi Master

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    I'm not sure, but it might have been 'Super Mario Bros.' or something like that. :D
  6. Jordan1Kenobi Host of EUC Battle of... Games

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    Either Crash Bandicoot 2: Cortex Strikes Back or Theme Park World for the PS1, those were the days... I never actually finished that Crash Bandicoot game, I even played it a few years ago and still couldn't finish it!
  7. Grievousdude Jedi Grand Master

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    Yeah the games I played in my childhood and still do are Rayman 1 and the Crash Bandicoot PS1 games.
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  8. TrandoJedi Force Ghost

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    I still play the PS1 even today, the greatest console of all time in my eyes.
  9. Mr Tibbs Jedi Padawan

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    Wow I'm old!! the first game I played was space invaders on a commodore. It was hooked up to a 13 inch black and white tv (standard def!!).

    Man have I come a long way. Now I play my games on the 360 or the PS3 on a 58 inch Samsung Plasma HDTV!:D
  10. Darth Lixiuus Jedi Master

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    for me it was Need for Speed II Special Edition on pc.
  11. dark_jedi32 Force Ghost

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    For me it was a golf game for NES literally called "Golf."
  12. Aragorn327 Manager Emeritus

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    Super Mario Bros. on the NES, then probably Tecmo Super Bowl.

    (first Star Wars game was Dark Forces.)
  13. Giovs Jedi Master

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    I don't remember... my first video game was a Super Nes.
    I have great memories of playing Donkey Kong Country 2. Maybe that one was the first... not sure.
  14. Darth Fright Jedi Youngling

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    I believe it was a Sonic game, or Crazy Taxi.
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  15. General Immodet Force Ghost

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    Very nice to find out what game you first played!
    Keep on posting on this thread!
    I perticularly ask new members to share their first gaming experience with us!
  16. rincewind86 Jedi Master

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    1 game ever: think it was tetris on gb / super mario land 1 (gb) (my own posession) / or Alex the Kid on SegaMD (but i had to go to a friend for that)
    1 game which blew my mind: teenage mutant ninja turtles lost in time (SNES)
    1 star wars game "Dark Forces" ..was a doom look-a-like (PC)
    1 SW game which hooked me even though it was not that good: SW Rebellion (PC)
    the game in which i invested more time, then any other game in my whole freaking life: League of Legends
  17. General Immodet Force Ghost

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    For some reason, I Always get lost while trying to play one of the Dark Forces/Jedi Knight games... :eek:
    I think I never finished any of them. Later on, I used cheats in order to pass the level I was stuck in.
  18. rincewind86 Jedi Master

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    you little cheater ^^...but i did the same in JK 1....flying mode vs the half-beeing on this bridge was a must have ^^
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  19. Ezio Skywalker Jedi Grand Master

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  20. Lazy Storm Trooper Force Ghost

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    That was my third. I played Moto GP 06 second right after I got my first console, the Xbox 360.

    EDIT: I remember the order now. 1. Monoply 2. A Thomas the Tank Enigine 3. Hot Wheels Stunt Racer 4. Hot Wheels Stunt Racer 2 5. A bunch of Hotwheels flash games 6. Moto GP 06 7. LSW 2
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  21. Jedi_Matt Force Ghost

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    My first computer was something we had before the Commodore 64, I am pretty certain it was an Atari.

    I remember a game called Dig Dug, and some other game where you had to jump over monsters to get to your space ship / rocket... I seem to remember a car racing game as well...
  22. Michael McKean Jedi Knight

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    I loved the darker theme of Crash Bandicoot 2 - a sense of evil triumphing good for a change, which we don't see too often in games. More significantly, the title was similar to The Empire Strikes Back! With Cortex as the Emperor...;)
  23. Michael McKean Jedi Knight

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    Crash Bash and Crash Team Racing are my personal favourites :) Love the party element.
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  24. Grievousdude Jedi Grand Master

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    Crash 2 and CTR are my favourites.
  25. General Immodet Force Ghost

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    Very well, lads, keep it going!