1. DerpDingus

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    Boogerman for the Sega Geneses
    fun gameplay, Great animations and poop humor that I was into when I was 10
     
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    Quackshot starring Donald Duck on the Sega Genesis is a fantastic title I can't recommend enough. Lots of memories of my mom and I playing it growing up
     
  3. boomario

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    Speedy Eggbert
     
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    I haven't posted in nearly a decade just to post this

    When brick and mortar mom and pop shops existed, I used to go walk with my grandmother downtown and she would get some shopping done and I would rent a game. I still walk by the place sometimes.. It's a small chain of a major bank now.

    Everyone remembers the classics. No one remembers the games with jank.

     
  5. MeAndHax

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    starcraft 2
     
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    Guardian's Crusade. Super basic "baby's first RPG" kind of thing on the PS1 that I absolutely loved to play as a kid. It was super generic (for the time), and despite having a couple major "firsts" for the era it's not quite remembered these days. Was one of the first 3D RPGs of its kind that had a "seamless" world, for example; all towns, overworld travel, even flight mechanics were rendered in the same engine with no loading sequences in between. Very impressive for the time, especially on PS1 era hardware.

    Still play it every now and again today, and I think it's one of the few old 3d RPGs that still holds up quite well today.
     
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    Ninja Five-O (or Ninja Cop depending on where you live) for the GBA.
     
  9. Obveron

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    I was big fan of SimAnt for SNES. Still like playing it on the emulator actually.
     
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    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00000J9JI/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_Yh7GFb83580PM

    Street Fighter Alpha 3...this game, along with the original Soul Calibur and Marvel vs. Capcom 2 were a mainstay between myself and the only older brother who introduced me to gaming, computers, emulators, etc.. This particular game was his favorite Street Fighter game in the series, and while IDK if it's my favorite, it's certainly up there with 3rd Strike. The nights we spent mashing buttons, until I discovered how to do QC motions and everything in between when I was, like, 10, and just having fun in general were the only forms of consistent social interaction in growing up until I met an acquaintance who I thought was my friend until 5 years ago in middle school.

    It's just a damn shame that, nowadays, Capcom only ports the arcade version of the game if they do a port at all; the console versions had everyone from Super Street Fighter 2 as opposed to just Akuma and Cammy, as well as a few other extras and fun modes that, unfortunately, you wouldn't see in most fighting games today. While SFA3 Max on PSP is OK, the new character sprites just clash with the CPS-2 Street Fighter sprites about as bad as they did in CVS1 and CVS2.
     
  11. CeeDee

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    The goofy-ass looking Paperboy for N64. Apparently it was a stylistic choice, which I kinda respect. Def a unique game in the library.
     
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    Solstice for the nes. I logged many hours memorizing this maze.

     
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    Definitely, definitely this.

    From unique RPG mechanics to plot, this game was definitely a masterpiece all the way through. Although the soundtrack is acknowledged to be one of the best of its time, the game itself was overshadowed. It's still timeless in my opinion, and I would personally recommend it to anyone willing to go "retro/classic" :)
     
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    Microsoft Fury^3. A relative bought it for me and I played it a lot even though I never got far as a child. I remember saving money just to get a Microsoft flight stick for this game. I was still awful at the game though.

     
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  15. lokomelo

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    It is a not well known sega first party game that I love. It is complex and looks beautiful for that era.

    It is kinda short, but not for my skills at that time.
     
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    (This is the japanese box art) Magic of Scheherazade for the NES was one of my favorites and sadly, for about 15 years, I forgot the name of it. Glad I found it again recently and hope to be playing through it again soon.
     
  17. godreborn

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    possibly valis or neutopia. interesting thing to note is that people call neutopia a zelda clone when it was released before a link to the past in Japan by a few months.
     
  18. Silent_Gunner

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    While I'd agree most of the music is great, the battle theme is just...well...



    I feel like they should've just made a new battle theme as opposed to just re-adapting the tension theme from Radical Dreamers and making it sound like something the Joker would play to torture Batman.
     
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    This game is awesome! Played it nonstop when I was younger.
     
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    I mean, with that logic, Legend of Zelda is also a ripoff of Hydlide...and there's several reviews by those on YT picking it and the one on the Genesis apart.
     
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