Originally Posted by thatBeatsguy
Lol. The SNES is home to some of the greatest titles in gaming, one of which is Chrono Trigger. The sounds, the effects, the graphincs, and most of all, the plot. That's what I love about that game. It's a technological marvel in itself. Oh yeah, there's also Final Fantasy 1-6 (damn I love those games).
The N64 brought not much fun into the mix. I was pretty into the first Smash Brothers title, and SM64 (so much fun). Ocarina of Time was annoying as I still couldn't get a hold of the controls. Then there was Majora's Mask, which I never tried.
Oh yeah, there was also the GBA (I got to own the original and the SP), which was my favorite handheld console before the PSP. I got to play Dawn of Souls (FF 1&2), as well as Yoshi's Island, SMB3, FF4 (again), and (wait for it)...Tactics Ogre: The Knight of Lodis. I had so many memories on this thing...and I still have it. Two of them, actually: one of them is blue, and is pretty much broken (though it could still play games); the other is pink and has a brighter display...and it belongs to my sister (but as no one plays it anymore...).
After the 64 was...the GCN. I never got to play a game on that damned thing. Oh well.
The Wii was probably my favorite...at first. SMB Wii was a helluva lot of fun, and I managed to finish SMG, and I played a bit of SMG2. I had the white one first, and I digged the black one, but my mom was so into the red one. We brought the white one back to the Phils, and bought the red one. Oh, how I hate the red one. My discs couldn't be accepted, and I couldn't make a Mii at all...now I wish we returned to the Phils to get the white one.
Nowadays I find myself playing PvZ or Pac-Man Championship Edition Deluxe 2 (long title, huh?) on the PS3, or Minecraft on my desktop, with my sis manning my laptop, and my dad's HTPC running the local home server. Everything else is just gathering dust...