What generation do you come from?

Necrofudge

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The first one I actually owned was the playstation but the first one I played was the SNES at a friend's house.
 

reinersailer

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Do you know the time, Computers were tools for qualified specialists?
We played boardgames, cardgames or we played outside in nature with our friends.
 

Cain_Zeros

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Started out on the NES (made before my time, but dammit, six-year-old me didn't care!), then alternating between that and my friend's SNES, then I got an N64 when I was... 11, I think.
 

TelHybrid

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I started with a Master System II, but I didn't really get as into gaming as I am now until I got a Mega Drive.

I then moved onto PS1, got a Game Boy, and got hooked on Final Fantasy and Pokémon.
 

DarkhoIlow

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I started at first with a Game Boy which my dad sent from Belgium when I was a young kid(Mario ftw!).A couple of years later he sent a Sega Mega Drive 2 and my favorite games were Golden Axe,Revenge of Shinobi.I can't recall the year though :<

Good times.
 

alittlepepper

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I started on the PC and original NES. Duck Hunt and Spacewar were some of my first games, then came the good old sierra adventure games (Like The Black Cauldron).
 

Agema

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I started gaming on an Oric-1, although as it didn't last long, I generally consider the ZX Spectrum 48k my start point.
 

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Probably the first console I played was an Atari (one with bright a bright orange panel, wood panelling on the sides and a seletion on inbuilt games), but the first real gaming system I had was an Amstrad 128.
 

Mr. In-between

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I was fortunate enough to be born in 1986, so I got an NES when I was four and progressed from there. I own like 50 something NES game paks that I still play because my NES still works twenty years later.

I'm so glad I'm too old to see any artistic value in Brokencyde or 3OH!3...
 

Keava

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reinersailer said:
Do you know the time, Computers were tools for qualified specialists?
We played boardgames, cardgames or we played outside in nature with our friends.
This, just with the difference i still do it. Hell i even still have my original First Edition Talisman boardgame released in 1983, smuggled by my auntie for me from beyond the Iron Curtain.

As for electronic gaming, Atari, Amstrad, NES, Gameboy was the beginning.
 

Plastic Muscles

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Gameboy Pocket started me off with handhelds and lasted me until 1 year before the xbox 360 was released, then I deicded to get a PS2 which I am playing right now. Both were brilliant and still have them (even though the Gameboy Pocket doesn't work as a battery exploded in it but I still have it).
 

TraderJimmy

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Mega Drive was where it was at. Aladdin, Ecco the Dolphin, the first Sonic, Micro Machines...so many awesome games.