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    Quote Originally Posted by Jolene View Post
    Memories of when I first started.

    I can finish the Deku tree in 15 minutes now.
    Well Im not good at playing Zelda so it's taking me a long time.

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    Still talking about Zelda are we? I've never played one and I really don't care to. I'm not much of a Nintendo fanboy anyway.
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    I've only ever played one Zelda game, and that's Ocarina of Time. I never got past that darn tree, I kinda just gave up and haven't touched it since last November. I play Four Swords (the free version thing) now and again, but I don't think that really counts.

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    Super Mario 64 and Pokemon Silver were all I needed when I was little. Man, I could play Super Mario 64 for hours.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt View Post
    Super Mario 64 and Pokemon Silver were all I needed when I was little. Man, I could play Super Mario 64 for hours.
    I pretty much obsessed over Pokemon Gold, play that all day. I never completed the dex, there was a bunch of Pokemon I never saw, like Tyranitar, but I loved playing it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt View Post
    Super Mario 64 and Pokemon Silver were all I needed when I was little. Man, I could play Super Mario 64 for hours.
    I pretty much obsessed over Pokemon Gold, play that all day. I never completed the dex, there was a bunch of Pokemon I never saw, like Tyranitar, but I loved playing it.
    Yeah, I was basically screwed in getting the entire Pokedex since all my friends had Sapphire or Ruby on their fancy Game Boy Advances. The third generation had just come out when I got my first Pokemon games (Silver, Gold, and Yellow).

    I've always been a bit behind the pack when it comes to video games. xD

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    When I was little the original smash bros and Pokemon Colosseum where like my drug. Aaaah good times

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by fabfab View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt View Post
    Super Mario 64 and Pokemon Silver were all I needed when I was little. Man, I could play Super Mario 64 for hours.
    I pretty much obsessed over Pokemon Gold, play that all day. I never completed the dex, there was a bunch of Pokemon I never saw, like Tyranitar, but I loved playing it.
    Yeah, I was basically screwed in getting the entire Pokedex since all my friends had Sapphire or Ruby on their fancy Game Boy Advances. The third generation had just come out when I got my first Pokemon games (Silver, Gold, and Yellow).

    I've always been a bit behind the pack when it comes to video games. xD
    Ah, I don't even keep up with games. I'm not really a gamer, basically. I'm just more interested in music, quite simply.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Booster Gold View Post
    When I was little the original smash bros and Pokemon Colosseum where like my drug. Aaaah good times
    Pokemon Snap and Stadium were fun, too. Besides Pogeymanz, though, I remember Tony Hawk Pro Skater vividly. Maybe a bit too vividly.

    I remember the time I did a 1080. mmrs dood :'3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Booster Gold View Post
    When I was little the original smash bros and Pokemon Colosseum where like my drug. Aaaah good times
    Pokemon Snap and Stadium were fun, too. Besides Pogeymanz, though, I remember Tony Hawk Pro Skater vividly. Maybe a bit too vividly.

    I remember the time I did a 1080. mmrs dood :'3
    lolz, the only other game I remember vividly was the star fox game. Man that game was sooo fun I beat it like 50 times before breaking my system.
    I remember the time I did a barrel roll Xb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Booster Gold View Post
    When I was little the original smash bros and Pokemon Colosseum where like my drug. Aaaah good times
    Pokemon Snap and Stadium were fun, too. Besides Pogeymanz, though, I remember Tony Hawk Pro Skater vividly. Maybe a bit too vividly.

    I remember the time I did a 1080. mmrs dood :'3
    lolz, the only other game I remember vividly was the star fox game. Man that game was sooo fun I beat it like 50 times before breaking my system.
    I remember the time I did a barrel roll Xb.
    Oh, man, Star Fox 64 was fun. I think I beat it once.

    Nowadays, I'm pining for Shadow of the Colossus and Heavy Rain. They both look so good. ewe

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Booster Gold View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Pschitt View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Booster Gold View Post
    When I was little the original smash bros and Pokemon Colosseum where like my drug. Aaaah good times
    Pokemon Snap and Stadium were fun, too. Besides Pogeymanz, though, I remember Tony Hawk Pro Skater vividly. Maybe a bit too vividly.

    I remember the time I did a 1080. mmrs dood :'3
    lolz, the only other game I remember vividly was the star fox game. Man that game was sooo fun I beat it like 50 times before breaking my system.
    I remember the time I did a barrel roll Xb.
    Oh, man, Star Fox 64 was fun. I think I beat it once.

    Nowadays, I'm pining for Shadow of the Colossus and Heavy Rain. They both look so good. ewe
    Well Shadow of the Colossus looks like it's entertaining. Heavy Rain looks almost like real people.
    Well, at least you don't own a cod game like I do *facepalm* I was so naive back then it was sad. Now I play games like Dishonored so I've gotten better, but nothing beats the classics.Am I right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Booster Gold View Post
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    lolz, the only other game I remember vividly was the star fox game. Man that game was sooo fun I beat it like 50 times before breaking my system.
    I remember the time I did a barrel roll Xb.
    Oh, man, Star Fox 64 was fun. I think I beat it once.

    Nowadays, I'm pining for Shadow of the Colossus and Heavy Rain. They both look so good. ewe
    Well Shadow of the Colossus looks like it's entertaining. Heavy Rain looks almost like real people.
    Well, at least you don't own a cod game like I do *facepalm* I was so naive back then it was sad. Now I play games like Dishonored so I've gotten better, but nothing beats the classics.Am I right?
    Well, about that...

    I'm kidding, good older games are fantastic. They have a sense of creativity to them, like both the player and the developer have to use their imaginations a little bit. But I'm a person who craves depth and immersion, and more recent, more technologically advanced games can accomplish that better than the old side-scrolling platformer or 2-dimensional RPG. Video games are supposed to create a fantasy, and whether or not you want to immerse yourself in it or let the game pull you in is just a personal preference. I don't even know which I prefer.

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    Good Point's
    without technology we would have never gotten games like cod or Bulletstorm. So people like me should stop being stuck in the past and move foreword like the rest of the world is doing and stop saying classics are better, and just say "I'M A GAMER AND I AM PROUD OF IT!! Or at least be open to the world
    what the hell am I saying

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    Beats me.

    Yeah, better technology leads to excess and embellishment, but in the hands of great artists, it can make a great idea for a game that much better. If we didn't have the technology to make Call of Duty or MadWorld or whatever, we wouldn't have the technology to make Shadow of the Colossus or Batman: Arkham City, either.

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