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Mine was The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers for original Xbox.
Always777 Always777 16-17, M 21 Answers Aug 21, 2012 in Hobbies

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Super Mario Brothers 2 on original (8-bit) Nintendo that I got free from my then-boss, who was the VP of Marketing at a BIG international corporation.<br />
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To this day, I think of myself as The Princess! She was perfectly groomed and ALWAYS intrepid, just like me.

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Sonic the Hedgehog on Sega 16-bit

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Atari 1600, Kalieko vision

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Ummm assassins creed the brotherhood on ps3

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On the N64 F-1 world grand prix

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Super Mario on NES<br />
Track and field on NES<br />
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As for PC it was a textba<x>sed game called "Stugan" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Cottage_%28video_game%29 and I remember playing 9 lives and alley cat

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Probably Doom or Duke Nukem 3D. Maybe Wolfenstein 3D.

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Wolfenstein FTW

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The first Donkey Kong on SNES.

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Pong.

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I've never considered myself a "gamer", but I've always had the latest consoles, up until ps2.. Then I started working, and couldn't be bothered to waste what little cash I had on games.

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I don't even know what it was called. It was basically Duck Hunt but it took place in a jungle, on a system that came out before NES.<br />
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*Must've been ColecoVision or Atari but I'm not sure.

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I'm not a gamer, but I do remember that my aunt bought me a Super Nintendo for Christmas when I was 5. And the very first game I played on it was Donkey Kong Country. I played it all day. Only stopped for bathroom breaks. :)

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I think it was a tony hawk game on the playstation.

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I remember Tony Hawk's Underground on gamecube, that was a fun game.

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Mario Bros on the NES.

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First console game? Probably Super Mario Bros<br />
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First computer game? I think Where In The World Is Carmen Sandiego

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Baldur's Gate II.

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