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Sega Genesis all the way. First game: Rocket Knight Adventures
Panasonic's 3DO was the most obscure (and expensive) system I ever owned. It was badass though...
2600 or 5200. Dont remember which.
we had the different types of atari's growing up, then we got NES (x3 cause my oldest brother kept breaking them), Sega Genesis, SNES, PS1, PS2, PS3.
Funny though my PS3 now is mostly used as a dvd/blue ray player and to play my ps1 games.
The first time MSU basketball aired in France the French surrendered to Tom Izzo just to be safe.
Technically a pc. But i only played games on it.
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When my big sister moved into Case Hall as a freshman in 1972, they had just installed one of these beauties in the grill alongside the pinball machines. When I visited her, all I wanted to do was scrounge a few quarters and play. I don't think you youngsters can understand the profound impact that the radical NEW concept of combining the completely separate worlds of game play and a TV screen had on the nine-year-old mind back then.
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My first was my Xbox I got in 7th grade I believe.
It's funny looking at all of this stuff. When I was out in Seattle for an interview earlier this year, myself and a couple other people that were interviewing came across a video game museum over by the Space Needle. It had all these old systems set up that you could play and a ton of games still in the original packaging. I'm not a gaming nerd, but it was still a pretty cool place.
Nintendo GameCube. May have gotten a hand-me-down ps1 slightly before but I was in 7th grade before we got a gaming system.
Pong by Atari for me too.
What a wonderful Christmas way back in 1972
Did anybody have a NeoGeo? I think they were like $500-600 which was expensive back then.
My buddy had a Turbografx 16 and that was pretty sweet.
Does my Gameboy Pocket count? I still have it and, last I checked (maybe 2 years ago), it still worked...
Same here. Still have it along with a ton of games.
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