What’s good, everyone? It’s Day 11 of our daily challenge and today we’ll be discussing our personal gaming systems of choice. I’m gonna keep this short and sweet, as most gamers of the same age group as I seem to universally agree on which gaming system was the best one: The Super Nintendo.
In addition to having an incredible library of games and support from some of the top developers in the industry, the Super Nintendo is nothing else if not extremely durable. I’ve still got my original one, and I go back to it from time to time to relive some classic gaming experience, because ROMs be damned! Much of my formative years were spent grinding away on the massive Japanese Role Play Game library that existed on the SNES at the time. Despite the incredible technical advances that have come our way in terms of making video games, to me the SNES remains the best video game console of all time.
— Evo out.
“Hi, Doctor Nick!”
Just kidding. Hannah back again to discuss favorite consoles with you lucky ducks. I firmly select N64 as my top choice.
I loved so many games for this system. I played Pokemon Stadium Gold until my fingers were numb. I went to magical snowy lands and tore up the courses in 1080. I played the crap outta Super Mario 64 and Mario Party. I attempted to play Ocarina of Time (not my speed apparently). Did I mention yet that I beat my older brother in Goldeneye 007? Cause I did.
– HSLAMMA WILL RESPAWN IN THREE… TWO… ONE…
Hello everyone! Megan_Highwind here with this week’s entry into the 30 day challenge! Gaming system of choice was actually one of the easier topics in this challenge for me. My top three consoles are for sure the Nintendo 64, the OG Playstation, and the Playstation 2. Out of those three, however, the top spot has to go to the Playstation 2. I loved a lot of games that came out on both the N64 and the PS over the years, but the Playstation 2 is the console that I have by far the most quality games for.
Some of the stellar titles that came out for this console include Devil May Cry 1-3, Final Fantasy X, Metal Gear Solid 2 and 3 , Kingdom Hearts 1 and 2, Okami, God of War 1-3, GTA: Vice City, ICO, and Shadow of the Colossus, just to name a few. Need I say more?
-Megan_Highwind has left the party.
Hello everyone, James B. Boss back again with my Day 11 entry. All gamers have that one gaming console that we can never forget about; the one console, that you remember for many years to come and are proud to say that it is the console of your choice for whatever reason. For me, the gaming console of choice is the Nintendo Gamecube.
Yes, I understand that the good ol’ Gamecube had an uphill battle having to go up the Xbox and the PS2, and much of the third-party publisher support had long since departed for the Microsoft and Sony consoles, but I have some very fond memories of this little guy. First off, it was the very first system that I claimed for myself seeing as how I was sharing the SNES with my brother, and you all know how hardcore a gamer he is, so “my turn” didn’t come around too often. Second, the games that I played on this system are some of the most memorable. Nintendo’s first party titles and focus on local multiplayer “party” games made playing on a Gamecube more of a social experience, kind of like an arcade experience. Third, I was able to play my GBA, GBC and GB games with GBA attachment. This was big news for me, since was and still am a big Nintendo fan. As time went on, I naturally moved on to trying out other gaming consoles, but that adorable little box of fun will always have a special place in my heart.
— Boss? What happened? BOSS?!