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Submitted by stevivor 874d ago | article

Leo’s Life as a Gamer Part 2: Aquatic Birds and a birthday party for a rabbit

Leo Stevenson -- "After I became addicted to video games on that fateful day in 1989, I had to have more games to play. All the time.

"Thankfully, my Dad was just as keen on gaming as I was back then, so he gladly bought the games on his own, and with minimal haranguing from yours truly. Two of the earliest games I can remember — apart from the wonder that is Super Mario Bros. – are Duck Tales by Capcom and Bugs Bunny’s Birthday Blowout by Kemco. Both games are platformers and both are licensed properties. Yet — unlike the licensed games of today — both hold dear and warm places in my heart." (Culture)

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