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  1. ha ha. Did you get a score of 100 on every level and unlock the secret levels? I need to get hold of the gba version too...i completed it on the SNES over a decade ago but want to play it again. Its an all time classic...my favourite 2D platformer of all time (> SMB3 and SMW).
  2. 1-Zelda 64 2-Resident Evil 4 3-Half-Life 2 4-Zelda: A Link to the Past 5-Super Mario Kart
  3. Clock Tower...without a doubt. Saber08 play that with the lights switched off at night...you'll be scared!
  4. Born in '86. First console was a Sega Master System with Hang-on and Safari hunt (it belonged to my elder brother). I grew up with that with classics like Wonderboy 3. We then got a SNES (IMHO the best console ever) and I was converted to Nintendo for good...
  5. Without any doubt it has to be Resident Evil 4! I could not go back to the others in the series after playing that!
  6. Here are mine: 1-Legend of Zelda: The Ocarina of Time 2-Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask 3-Perfect Dark 4-Goldeneye 007 5-Super Mario 64 6-Paper Mario 7-Banjo Kazooie 8-1080 Snowboarding 9-Waverace 64 10-Sin & Punishment I still have not finished 'Banjo Tooie', 'DK64', 'JFG' or 'Excitebike 64' to see if they deserve to be in the list...
  7. 1) The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past 2) Chrono Trigger 3) Super Mario Kart 4) Street Fighter II Turbo 5) Super Metroid 6) Tetris Attack 7) Super Mario World II: Yoshi's Island 8) Super Mario World 9) Final Fantasy VI 10) Secret of Mana I can't believe im the first person to mention Tetris Attack! 12 years on and I still play that in 2 player. A list of 10 games is not enough. Its painful to omit 'Super Mario RPG' and 'Seiken Densetsu 3'.
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