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    Old school systems. What's your fav?

    I prefer NES, although Atari 2600 is a close second.

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    Bonk's Adventure on Commadore 64 da bomb.

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    Colleco vision or how ever u spell it.. made when atari came out

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    Quote Originally Posted by SendCookies View Post
    Bonk's Adventure on Commadore 64 da bomb.
    That's turbo graphic 16, which was my favorite system too

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    I loved the NES. Have the Wii can download a lot of the old school games on it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SendCookies View Post
    Bonk's Adventure on Commadore 64 da bomb.
    Oh god agreed. If you can get your hands on a working C64 or an emulator, look up Leather Goddesses of Phobos. Text based RPG, I never got very far (played it when I was a kid) but was awesomes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AcesUp1439 View Post
    I loved the NES. Have the Wii can download a lot of the old school games on it.
    Downloading old school games on the wii is alright, but still not the same. There's something about blowing out the cartridge and lining it up just right to get it to play that gives me the warm fuzzies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Equalist View Post
    Downloading old school games on the wii is alright, but still not the same. There's something about blowing out the cartridge and lining it up just right to get it to play that gives me the warm fuzzies.
    It is not the same but helps the cause a little. I remember blowing out the cartridges to get them to work. I had the Nintendo built into the TV it was awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AcesUp1439 View Post
    It is not the same but helps the cause a little. I remember blowing out the cartridges to get them to work. I had the Nintendo built into the TV it was awesome.
    I don't remember that one, but it sounds awesome. I still have my original NES from when I was a kid. Still works, been handed down to my kids now. Of course it stays in my room

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    the gameboy with an extended battery.. zelda ftw

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