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Also mgs2, FFX, super Mario 64, crash bandicoot, clockwork knight to make a few. 



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Pemalite said:
AngryLittleAlchemist said:

Chaos Island: The Lost World

I used to adore that game when I was younger on the ole' Windows 95 PC I had.

I loved it, yeah. I never finished it though, because I think the last level(?) was too hard for me. 



There's absolutely loads, but I'd say these one in particular:

Sonic the Hedgehog (Master System) - first game I ever played iirc. Still fun to play through today.
Super Mario All Stars and World - the first game I ever yearned for in a nostalgic way. Was probably around2003/2004 and I'd sold my SNES long ago. I found myself really wanting to replay these two games, remembering the music, the levels, how fun it was etc.
Doom + Doom 2 (PC) - memories of sitting playing this, with invincibility, all weapons and no clipping cheats, just slaying hordes of demons on ultra-violence.
Super Mario 64 - my first step into 3D gaming. I can still recall how weird it felt using the joystick for the first time.
Goldeneye - wasted many hours of my youth playing multiplayer on this, and trying to unlock cheats in single player.
Resident Evil - the first game that really drew me in with the story.
Shenmue - my brother got this for Christmas (and the sequel the following year). I just used to sit and watch, astounded by the level of detail and immersion.
Star Fox Adventures - when I think of Christmas, I think of this game (along with Shenmue above). Just reminds me of a particularly good holiday season when I got it as a gift.





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UltimateGamer1982 said:

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Also mgs2, FFX, super Mario 64, crash bandicoot, clockwork knight to make a few. 

It's crazy you mentioned that game of all. I wanted to put it on my list. I looked up a video on YouTube and found a video posted by someone I haven't heard from since GamePro went defunct. His user name is eeriely similar to yours...teh2dgamer.

Saturn was exactly what Sega pumped it out to be. The overwhelming feeling of being rushed to the consumer and shabby support from 3rd party devs. At least it seemed that way. Sega had a pretty decent line up from what I remember. The Saturn itself is nostalgic. Could have been something soo much better.



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Oneeee-Chan!!! said:
Flilix said:
Pokémon Emerald
Mario Party DS
Pokémon Platinum
Disney's The Wild
Super Mario Land
Gain Ground
Alex Kidd in the Enchanted Castle
Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Ecco the Dolphin
The Ooze

Also some PC games for kids that I played when I was 3-5 years old, but I don't remember any titles (only some vague memories).

Are you really a teenager ?

Yes I am. I got a retro Mega Drive console for my sixth birthday (in 2005), with 6 games pre-installed.



COKTOE said:
Oneeee-Chan!!! said:

Are you really a teenager ?

Felix and ALA are both in their mid-30's for sure.

Try a few decades below that.



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My most nostalgic games.

- Pokemon Blue, Gold.
- All 2D Mario games from the 90s.
- Ocarina of Time.
- Terranigma.
- Secret of Mana.
- Smash Bros.
- DKC games.
- Many Rare games.
- Star Wars Rogue Squadron games.
- Sonic 1 to 3 + Knuckles.
- Phelios
- Streets of Rage 1 and 2.
- Legend of Mana.
- Lunar.




Mr_No said:

Driver

Yes this also gives me serious nostalgia from 2000 during my senior year. 



Flilix said:
Oneeee-Chan!!! said:

Are you really a teenager ?

Yes I am. I got a retro Mega Drive console for my sixth birthday (in 2005), with 6 games pre-installed.

I'm sorry fo doubting you !