1. BlastedGuy9905

    BlastedGuy9905 where's the updated autopsy report
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    Was it hard to clean up the bed full of blood?
     
  2. nasune

    nasune GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    The Saturday after SM64 first came out we took the N64 and a small tv with us to my dad's work (a car wash), so there we were, five people huddling around this tiny tv, all excited to play through Lethal Lava Land, Shifting Sand Land , and a bit of Hazy Maze Cave for the first time. It might not seem much now, but back then we all loved to play together.
     
  3. wormdood

    wormdood pirate booty inspector
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    my favorite moment happened while playing sega genessis as a kid. me my brother and cousin just switched from toejam and earl to nba jam:te, and the babysitter tripped over the sega controller wire knocking the sega off the coffee table. both the sega and my babysitter tumbled to the floor, when we finished laughing at the sitter i noticed the tv screen said . . . "you have unlocked iguana bug mode. please notify the iguana corporation" . . . i slowly re-fixed the segas position and went to start a game and noticed all the default players were replaced with special characters, like bill & hillary clinton, and space ghost (i literally slapped my cousin in excitement). . . . not knowing what caused it (needless to say) we left the sega on for as long as we could, and so for 3 weeks nba jam:te was the only game we played . . . ah those were the days . . . of course (years later) i learned of "punching sega games"
     
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  4. Lodwicke

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    I love retro gaming! I usually play retro games on my PSP/3DS on the go! I love NES/SNES, GEN/MD and PS1 games! They just remember my childhood a lot! <3
     
  5. my2k2zx2

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    I'd go with a Gameboy, Christmas '89. Took that thing with me everywhere.
     
  6. SquidgyBean

    SquidgyBean GBAtemp Regular
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    has this ended yet?
     
  7. placebooooo

    placebooooo GBAtemp Advanced Fan
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    Who were the lucky winners? Have they been announced yet?
     
  8. FateForWindows

    FateForWindows GBAtemp Maniac
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    I presume it has since the topic has been unpinned from the news section. It's still there.
     
  9. shaunj66

    OP shaunj66 GBAtemp Administrator
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    Yes the competition has now closed.

    Winners will be announced on the next GBAtempTV stream and posted here shortly after.

    Thankyou for all your entries and good luck!
     
  10. RedBlueGreen

    RedBlueGreen GBAtemp Advanced Maniac
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    I'm actually really impressed with a lot of people's memories they shared. Being pretty young I didn't have many retro gaming memories, but I really hope someone who posted something really nice wins.
     
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