Thread: What was your 16-bit console?

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    Quote by genesisguy
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    I remember the late 80's quite well. But honestly back then I was busy playing mario 2 and classic NES games. Honestly I havn't found a sega game I really like that came out before '92. Both my snes and genesis are hooked into my tv and both get lots of use.




    Well I think Sonic was released in '91. So I was wrong by saying late 80s. When did you first see Sonic 1? You said Sonic 2 turned your head around. Don't get me wrong I was busy playing Classic NES games at the time as well. But I had one friend who had a Genesis before all of us, and when we saw Sonic for that first time we all forgot about our Nintendos for a little bit.

    Altered Beast was another one I remember being very different looking to my 8-bit eyes.


    yes, I sorta enjoy sonic 1 but sonic didn't get cool for me until #2. I tried sonic 1 in '92 but sonic 2 just stole all the thunder. Sonic 2 made me forget my nintendo for a bit. And I still don't get why people like altered beast. I do remember my jaw dropping when me and my friend rented a snes with mario world when it was hot off the shelves
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    Altered Beast enjoys the same weird cult status as Ghosts n' Goblins. Unlike Ghosts n' Goblins, I enjoy Altered Beast.
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    They both feature semi-nude men as playable characters as well.
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    But the semi nude man in Altered Beast can turn into a werewolf wheras the semi nude man in GnG can only die like a bitch.
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    He's good at finding illusion rooms devisateateaded by Satan.
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    The Snes because I'm a Nintendo fan and that was the first system that I played.
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    My 16 bit console has been and will proudly continue to be the SNES. I love that sytem so much
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    My 16 bit console was the Mega Drive
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    Quote by Mezase_Master
    They both feature semi-nude men as playable characters as well.


    this explains why I never got into either series
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    Wasn't it 64-bit?


    Technically, it was really 32-bit. But I guess 64-bit also works.
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    Anyone who likes the Atari Jaguar has never played any other video game system. Including Pong.
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    Quote by the-micro-man
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    Wasn't it 64-bit?


    Technically, it was really 32-bit. But I guess 64-bit also works.

    Actually it was 8x 8-bit processors=64 Lame Had a good Alien Vs Predator game though.
    Sad way to see Atari leave the console market though...
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    The 16-Bit i always played was Sega Genesis. I still play it.
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    SNES
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    The system I wanted during the 16-bit Console Wars was the SNES because of "Super Mario All-Stars" being one of the games to play.
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    Quote by Siouxsie
    Quote by the-micro-man
    Quote by PirateNinja6
    Wasn't it 64-bit?


    Technically, it was really 32-bit. But I guess 64-bit also works.

    Actually it was 8x 8-bit processors=64 Lame Had a good Alien Vs Predator game though.
    Sad way to see Atari leave the console market though...


    it wasn't 64 x 1-bit processors? Or 128 x 0.5-bit processors?
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