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There were a ton of great games for N64, PS and Gamecube! Still have the last one, but traded the other two for the newer generation game consoles. Some of my favourites are Final Fantasy VIII, Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, Mario Party and a few others. Really makes me wonder why in the world I traded them in the first place -sigh-
The N64 is the one with the gay trident controller, its to blame for the analog sticks on every gamepad I'm no use with.
Funnily enough I've been looking at preowned GC games for the Wii today - Shikigami no Shiro 2, Ikaruga and Chaos Field.
Super Mario Bros. 1,2,3, Lost Levels
Zelda 1 & 2
Mike Tyson's Punch Out (they took out the Robin Givens punching bag sequence, that's why today they only call it Punch Out; they also took out Mike Tyson :/ )
Ninja Gaiden 1 & 2
I think all of these can be bought and played on the Wii, so I strongly recommend playing these gems.
Super Nintendo had some great games too. Like Super Metroid, Super Mario World, Zelda: A Link To the Past, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.
Sega Megadrive (genesis) - Sonic the Hedgehog, Gunstar Heros, Alex Kidd.
PS1 - Final Fantasy IX, Spyro 1-3
Nintendo 64 - Zelda: OOT and MM
GBC - Zelda: Oracle of Ages/Seasons, Pokemon Blue and Silver.
It's odd that I owned a megadrive now I think about it, as they came out before I was born.
Last edited by jamesem92; April 11, 2012 at 07:46 AM.
Alex Kidd in Miracle World. it was my first game ever on my very first console (Master System 2). It was a great Mario-like.
Prett ymuch all the high profile games on the N64 and SNES. I get nostalgic when I play those games and nothing beats good nostalgia.