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My earliest gaming memory is being terrified of Dr. Robotnik....In GREEN HILL ZONE. I think it was the music that set me off. On my first playthrough of Pokemon Red, I deleted Charizard's Flamethrower for Fire Spin. I used a P-Wing in the first Mario 3 fortress with the Boos because the Princess mentioned ghosts in her letter, and gave me the item, so I thought I had to use it where there were ghosts. Then I flew into a Thwomp. :(
Got a gaming-related story that you're embarrassed about? Why not post it on the internet? I died to a random encounter in Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure, widely considered one of the easiest RPGs ever made. And this was on a replay.
What was the best aspect of your childhood? Many of us had awesome years as kids with certain things standing out more then others and you could say "yea, that's what made my childhood awesome" what was that certain aspect or situation? But then not all of our childhoods were the best with ups and downs but often times there was something to always go back on that really made all of the childhood memorable and enjoyable to recount of. The favorite aspect of my childhood was I never really had to worry about nothing and I could just hang out with friends in their rooms and just game. When I was younger I also really enjoyed going through my older brothers video game magazines without them knowing (don't tell em) which is one of the reasons why I'm here to reminisce and look back on the magazines that I knew and other things I didn't know of.
What's your best memory from gaming in the past? Mine would defiantly be somewhere near the early 2000's where I finally got my hands on an nintendo 64 and got to play some fantastic games for it of the likes of super mario 64 and banjo kazooie. Just playing those games with my brothers watching was an awesome memory.