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But they sure are fun. :)

I have grown up loving games.

As a relatively young person, I barely remember the Super Nintendo. The first game system that I actually owned was an N64. It was love at first sight. Star Fox was my favorite game for the N64. I loved many others (Mission Impossible, 007, Zelda, Mario, Banjo Kazooie, Cruisin' USA, and a million more), but Star Fox always captivated me. Probably because I was a badass at it. My step-mom and I would sit down every afternoon and play through the whole game, alternating levels. My favorite was always the desert level against Star Wolf and his cronies.

After a while I was introduced to the Final Fantasy series by a cousin. He had Final Fantasy 8 and I was amazed by it. I traded in my N64 and got a Playstation. They didn't have 8 at the store, so I got 9 instead. And completely loved it. It is still my favorite Final Fantasy. I then played Chrono Cross (one of my favorite games of all times, despite flawed leveling system), Chrono Trigger, Legend of the Dragoon, and all the Final Fantasies I could get my hands on.

Road Rash was always a favorite of mine on both consoles. Something about riding motorcycles and beating the shit out of people just called to me.

I also love Diablo II.

As far as browser based games go, I play Kingdom of Loathing, Evony, and Desktop Tower Defense.

Date: 2009-05-20 01:20 am (UTC)
From: [personal profile] aergia
From all you listed I think I played a little of Mario and Diablo II. The last one I played twice (although I don't remember if I completed it the second time XD) I loved that game.

Date: 2009-05-23 08:13 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] mentalkayse
Wow, you are young. The first videogame system I ever played was Intellivision. Then Atari 2600... I can still remember when the NES first came out and had a $100 price tag.



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