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I know I had a Nintendo 64, a gameboy colour, and am recently getting a DSi XL for my birthday as a hand-me-down. But there are many consoles that were out there, and had games that were awesome with them.
Furthermore, computers seem to have a great majority of games, including ones that consoles have. I remember back in the late 90s that Putt-putt the purple golf buggy, and Lenny the musical penguin were awesome characters in click and point games, as well as the famous Chip's Challenge. Unfortunately, due to upgrades to pc operating systems, we have to get special programs in order to play them anymore.
To summarise, there are many games out there, many awesome, awesome games from way back in the early 90s right through to the current time, and sometimes some ways to play games are better either due to the system set-up, the powerful graphics, or the community behind them.
What's your favourite way to play games?
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- Species: Dragon
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- Location: Sydney
But to the matter at hand. I started my gaming addiction on the NES (which is still in its original working order ^_^) and the nostalgia is definitely there. But i would say PC is the way to go, easy to connect and user friendly.
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Favorite console ever was the N64 (for me) i do sometimes use a third party controer that is a rip off it.
I can use this made in china rip off N64 controller on my PC for a retro feel. ^u^ <3
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