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Retro Gaming - Which old (10+ years) games do you play?

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I haven't played any of them recently, but old games I used to play from time to time:

Heroes of Might and Magic 3

Starcraft Brood War

Super Smash Brothers

Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

Mariokart (the original on SNES)

Mario 1, 2, 3

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Pokemon Yellow

Prince of Persia (the 2000 PS2 version, just bought the trilogy for PS3)

Ratchet and Clank (ditto)

Super Mario Bros. 3

Ocarina of Time

Diablo 2

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I've pretty much lost all my copies of these games, but 100% sure I'll still enjoy them.

SimCity 2000

Starcraft (the sequel was kinda disappointing)

Kingdom Heart

Black & White

Populous

The first Red Alert. (Can't believe I sold it to my friend for $5.00)

Pretty much all the N64 games. That system was beast.

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Mario Kart 64

Mario 1, 3, Super Mario World

paper boy

skate or die

pac man

galaga

poy poy

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

Age of Empires

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Spyro, Crash, FF7...just wish my NHL 99 game worked :(

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Mario party/kart

wrestlemania2000

pokemon stadium (all time favourite)

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i replayed the enitre donkey kong 64 game the summer. Was awesome!

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As a Child Of The 80's, I absolutely love compilation discs from my favorite arcade game companies.

I have 2 pinball emulators from Williams and Gottleib which are the bomb. I have Atari, Williams and Konami "Greatest Hits" packages of late 70's, 80's and early 90's arcade classics.

I wish arcades were still around today, but, with the emergence of the home consoles, they just disappeared. If they were still around, I would still go to arcades, even at 45 years old. Video games used to be everywhere... Supermarkets, corner stores, laundromats, arcades, BC Ferries, bowling alleys, bars.

Bring back the arcade! Sh!iloads of fun for only a few quarters!

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The first Red Alert. (Can't believe I sold it to my friend for $5.00)

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Smackdown: Shut Your Mouth!

Smackdown: Here Comes the Pain! (almost 10 years old)

The Simpsons: Road Rage

The Simpsons: Hit and Run (almost 10 years)

Crash Bandicoot

Crash Bandicoot 2

Ape Escape

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I got my mega drive out last week to play sensible soccer and road rash 2. Games were far more addictive when they were fun and didn't require any thought...

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Driver 2; Sony PlayStation; 2000 (12 Years Old)

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Pokemon Snap; Nintendo 64; 1999 (13 Years Old)

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NHLPA Hockey 93; Sega Genesis; 1992 (20 Years Old)

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Sonic the Hedgehog; Sega Genesis; 1991 (21 Years Old)

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Super Mario Bros 3; Nintendo Entertainment System; 1988 (24 Years Old)

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Super Mario Bros; Nintendo Entertainment System; 1985 (27 Years Old)

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In terms of retro games I've played very recently, there's:

Perfect Dark

Streets of Rage 2

Mario Party 3

Was also playing Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time today, but that's only 9 years old.

There were a few others I played through during the summer.

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In terms of retro games I've played very recently, there's:

Perfect Dark

Streets of Rage 2

Mario Party 3

Was also playing Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time today, but that's only 9 years old.

There were a few others I played through during the summer.

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i always find it odd when people mention anything after the SNES as "retro", i guess that just makes me old :(

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