iFanzine.com asks a panel of game developers to discuss their earliest, most formative video game-related memories.
Playing Street Fighter II with my brother on the SNES. Many fist fights were had. Good times.
It definitely does sound like good times. Now, I gotta ask, were the fist fights for the controller or were the fights reenactments of what was on-screen? I've heard hadoukens hurt.
A bit of both, haha
Getting to play Mario Brothers, my first game (not that anyone cares), High Speed, and BurgerTime with my dad. That first moment when he handed me the controller and told me to try it out I was hooked. And the other two games mainly consisted of me trying to beat his high scores. I've been an addict ever since.
Mario bros on the Nes. after that contra with the brother. and the instant classic: wild gun man and duck hunt. guns blazing. haven't missed a single gen since then.
I was around 3 or 4 years old, I remember my older brother playing Pitfall and Combat on the Atari 2600. The first games I remember playing were Super Mario Bros, Donkey Kong and Bubble Bobble on the NES when I was 5.
Probably Cookie Monster on the Atari . Probs the worst thing I ever saw, but from that I got hooked on video games
Crash Bandicoot (PS1) when I was around 4 or 5 years old. Spyro The Dragon 1&2, also Shenmue on the DreamCast
Playing paper boy and xatax.. And eho could forget tetris and dave
Playing a table top arcade game (arcades had yet to exist) although I can't remember what the game was. Playing a Space Invaders stand up cab in the very early 80s Not sure hich was first.
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