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PACks World 3D (1999)
Super Mario World (1990)
I love this game and played it so often that I can play the first levels by memory. But I have to mention: This game has a big Nostalgia Bonus. I remember that I played the game with my Cousin back then on the smallest TV one could have ever. But playing Super Nintendo with my Cousin happened so seldom that it was always something special to me. I'll probably never be able to separate these feelings from the game.
Bubble Bobble (1986)
Mario Kart 64 (1996)
Pokémon Stadium 2 (2000)
Harvest Moon 2 GBC (1999)
Pokémon Yellow (1998)
Zoo Tycoon (2001)
Pokémon Trading Card Game (1998)
Yes, the Pokémania hit me very hard when I was a kid. I bought everything with Pokémon on it, simply everything, especially when it was in discount. I bought this game for fucking 7 Euro and the official Guide for 2,50 Euro. It was definitely worth for all the fun I had - and still have these days! It's just damn hard to win a duel in this game nowadays. Am I getting old?
Pokémon Crystal (2000)
I'm Pokémon Fan from the very first beginning and I loved the first Generation of Games. But I prefer the 2nd Generation over the first games (and over all the games following). The game made alot of things better than the first games like better controls and a better fighting system. Finally I could play a female Character! I enjoyed Johto with it's very different cities and the colorful world. This may sound stupid, but because of that bright colorful world, I prefer the GBC graphic style over the GBA graphics from Ruby/Sapphire and FireRed/LeafGrean. Overall: I spent lots of time with this game. To prove that, I will keep my save with 100 hours of play and the full Pokédex until the battery dies.
Sunset Riders (1991)
Super Mario Kart (1992)
Yea. The game has it flaws and it's damn old in comparison to today's games. But I rarely have seen such a good story. Instead of saving the world you recreate it. You can explore a copy of our real world. You meet famous people like Columbus or Graham Bell. Bonus for the German version: It was translated by "Claude M. Moyse" who put lots of humor in the game. Let me just say: "Holerö!" :)
Kuru Kuru Kururin (2001)
Kuru Kuru Kururin was a very spontaneous purchase. It was in sale and otherwise I would have never bought it. I didn't expect that I would be stuck in this game for weeks. The principle is very simple: You play a stick (which should be a helicopter) through a colorful world of mazes and you aren't allowed to touch the frames, otherwise you'll lose a heart. I played the game so intensively that I imagined for weeks how to go through my house and the urban area with a propellor without touching any borders... It's one of the few games I completed till 100%...
Mario vs. Donkey Kong (2004)
Mario Kart: Double Dash!! (2003)
My first Mario Kart game on the SNES will always have a special place in my heart and so will the fun hours with Mario Kart 64 or with the GBA version "Mario Kart Super Circuit". But nothing can beat the many hours of fun I had with Mario Kart Double Dash which was my first GameCube Game back then! I remember how I played it in Coop-Mode with my best friend back then. We were a perfect team: I controlled the Kart and my friend just played the items. We were an unbeatable team.
Btw, it's hard to win against me in that game. I memorized each track perfectly and know each trick. So if I were you, better prepare when you want to play against me ;D
Unlike most Zeldafans, I am a fan of one of the least popular Zelda Games XD Why I love this game so much? First of all, it was my first Zelda. It's such a colorful game! Link is sooo cute! (Did anybody else watch his face making funny grimaces?) The controls in the game are perfect! I love the music! And in this game, Zelda isn't just the "princess" who needs to get rescued. She's a confident and cheeky pira- oh! spoilers! Plus: I actually had no problem with the sailing and triforce-collecting sessions...
Mario Party 5 (2003)
Donkey Konga 2 (2004)
Yeah. It's just a music game. But I had so much fun time playing it and mastering the songs in different levels of difficulties. It's one of the few games I'm really "virtuous" in!
Super Mario Galaxy (2007)
Back in 2007, I was very enthusiastic about the outer space, planets and the solar system. I read lots of books and learned everything about astronomy for myself. Mario Galaxy and its setting was coming just right in time, waking the "astronomy"-enthusiast in me. The orchestral soundtrack hit me hard as freshly baked video game music enthusiast - I enjoyed so much that the music was recorded with a real orchestra. It was revolutionary for Nintendo back then!
WarioWare: Smooth Moves (2006)
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