1st Blog post

Out of the video game timeline, I have managed to play 10 of those consoles, from the Gameboy(1989) to the Play station Portable(2005). I still own my Nintendo 64, Sega Console, Nintendo DS and my Play station Portable. Out of the consoles mentioned, The Nintendo 64 is the only console that managed to work to this date. The memories for my Nintendo 64 are timeless. My earliest video game memory would be finally beating Super Mario 64 by taking down Bowser. Despite the non-functionality of the Sega, DS and the PSP, I still have some fond memories. The only game I played for Sega was the original Sonic. As far as the DS and PSP, they were reserved for my Yugioh World Championship(2007-2012) games. In conclusion, these nostalgic consoles are beneficial in that you can revisit an aspect of your childhood and play some of the more “legendary” games. 

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2 Responses to 1st Blog post

  1. madvision12 says:

    SOUNDS LIKE YOU HAVE A PARTICULARLY STRONG FOUNDATION WHEN IT COMES TO GAMIMG AND THAT YOU’LL BE ABLE TO SEE HOW THINGS HAVE CHANGED FROM THE PAST IF YOU ARE, INDEED, A DEVELOPER/STUDYING TO BE ONE. i BELIEVE THAT THE EARLY MARIO MEMORIES ARE ASSOCIATED WITH THE LOT OF US, AND DEFINITELY DEFINES THE STANDARD PLATFORM WE GREW TO LOVE AND CHERISH. i’M GLAD YOU ENJOYED YOUR CHILDHOOD WITH GAMING. IT’S DEFINITELY THE WAY TO GO AND i just noticed that i’ve been typing this with the caps lock on….

  2. Lord_wolfjr the second says:

    Did the Yugioh games make you want to play with the cards, or the other way around?

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