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Thread: Favorite Nintendo Games

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    Maple SERP savafan's Avatar
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    Re: Favorite Nintendo Games

    Quote Originally Posted by Boston Red View Post
    NES: Baseball Stars
    I think 2 full years of my life were devoted to playing this game
    My dad got to enjoy 3 Reds World Championships by the time he was my age. So far, I've only gotten to enjoy one. Step it up Redlegs!


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    Re: Favorite Nintendo Games

    NES: Baseball Stars
    SNES: Final Fantasy VI
    N64: Mario Kart 64

    Lots of strong picks in this thread.

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    A Pleasure to Burn Joseph's Avatar
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    Re: Favorite Nintendo Games

    Superstars of Wrestling

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    Chicago Blackhawks - 10, 13, 15
    University of Kentucky - 78, 96, 98, 12
    Chicago Bulls - 91, 92, 93, 96, 97, 98

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    Re: Favorite Nintendo Games

    Atari 2600 Combat

    Sega Genesis Eternal Champions, Sonic 2, NHL 94 (played it the morning i got married) and....

    "There was like a softness to it, a glow to it. I felt... I felt warm."

    -- Joseph Daniel Votto 7/10/2017

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    Re: Favorite Nintendo Games

    Back when I was a kid we didn't have no fancy Nintendy-o. We had to make our own video games by drawing a tic-tac-toe board on the tv screen with a magic marker. And then when our parents saw it, we got spanked and sent to bed without our supper.
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    Score Early, Score Often gonelong's Avatar
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    Re: Favorite Nintendo Games

    Super Techmo Bowl - My brothers (and now our kids) play this all day on Thanksgiving every year.

    I worked second shift one summer and played a season with the Raiders in which I ran Jackson for 1000's and 1000's of yards. I'd run Jackson forward and then out of bounds just past the first down marker. I'd then take Marcus Allen backwards for a good number of yards, the run Jackson again for more positive yards (cover the same portion of the field 2,3, or 4 times if I could. Can't remember how many yards I got him, but it was a bunch.



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    Re: Favorite Nintendo Games

    Sort of skipped past the NES/SNES era (was more of a Sega guy), but...

    Gameboy Advance: Advance Wars
    N64: Conker's Bad Fur Day
    Nintendo Gamecube: Star Wars Rogue Squadron III (bonus disc includes original Star Wars wire-frame graphics arcade game)
    Nintendo DS: (tie) Dragon Quest IX, 999
    Nintendo 3DS: Xenoblade Chronicles
    Nintendo Switch: Zelda- Breath of the Wild (duh)
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    Re: Favorite Nintendo Games

    The Legend of Zelda
    Mike Tyson's Punch Out
    Dr. Mario

    Super Nintendo:
    Donkey Kong Country 1 or 2
    Super Metroid

    Ocarina of Time

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    Re: Favorite Nintendo Games

    Legend of Zelda
    Baseball Stars
    Super Mario Bros.

    Super Nintendo:
    Super Fire Pro Wrestling
    Super Punch-out

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    Re: Favorite Nintendo Games

    I like Atari 2600 Combat!

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    Re: Favorite Nintendo Games

    Nintendo: Baseball Stars
    SNES: Punch Out!!
    Wii: The Raving Rabbids games, followed closely by the Wii Punch Out!!!
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