Thread: Games as a kid it seemed you could never beat!

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    When i was younger there was some games it would seem I could never beat, I would spend hours and seems like I would get know where.
    IS there any games you ever felt this with?
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    Most games were like that for me. I was never that good at most games when I was a kid, and lost interest before finishing them. I DID beat Mega Man 1-4, but that was only because I was so obsessed with Mega Man I just HAD to. I still think Mega Man 1 is one of the hardest NES games ever. Games I tried to beat and couldn't were Super C, Super Mario Bros. 3, Metroid, LoLo, Castlevania, pretty much all the classics.
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    Mega Man 1, Ninja Gaiden 1 and The Legend Of Zelda 2: The Adventures of Link. I did finally beat them but they were not easy.
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    Super Mario Bros 3
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    A boy and his blob

    I just always goofed around with the different jelly beans
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    Section Z (NES), huh... that game is PAIIIIIN!
    Castlevania 1
    and many others...
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    Dragon's Lair
    Plok!
    Super Mario III

    ...among others.
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    Fighting Sting Chameleon in Mega Man X was nearly impossible as a youngster, but I can beat him with ease. A lot of games (Mostly SNES, the system I grew up with) that I played when I was young were challenging.
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    Hmmm... I found Super Mario Bros 3 quite easy. I never did beat SMB1, though.
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    most of the games that i got some internal memory problems
    but i got this 1942 that was pretty difficult....
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    I couldn't beat Boy & his Blob either.
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    mortal kombat 2 that game is so hard haha i remember i used to play it so much never could beat the dude with 6 arms haha and then when i did there was the leader the the huge axe haha still never beat that game
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    castlevania 1 still cant beat it.
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    The Legend of Kage. I was perfecty content leaping from tree to tree, takin' out the bad guys.
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    I had a Sega when I was a kid (later sega cd), and I beat every game mom and dad got me. I think Ecco was the hardest...

    now, before that was the ATARI bitches! And that was when I was TINY... now

    First of all, Adventure is the greatest atari game ever made.. and yes, that game was SO hard for me when I was little, I COULD NOT fucking beat that game. And most other atari games too, but a lot of atari games just keep going with like infinty levels it seemed so....
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    the game i could not beat as a kid was "H.E.R.O." for the atari 2600. the dark stages and those dam glowing walls would get to me. i just recently beat it on my 7800
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    Legend of Zelda NES Version. I still can't figure out that game to this day.
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    Quote by Adam
    Legend of Zelda NES Version. I still can't figure out that game to this day.


    I know. It's very easy to get lost in that game!
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    here is a list

    hey you pikachu-still didn't understand

    pokemon red/blue/yellow- i was too young

    donkey kong 64- i couldn't get to my other house to play it

    lord of the rings two towers- almost beat it but it was rented
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    2600 - Pitfall! - 20 minutes is not enough for a meticulous soul like me to gather all the treasures and make it to the end....

    NES - Lots of them, but Ultima: Exodus was the worst. I remember the first time I played it I was totally clueless what I was supposed to be doing with all these badly translated townspeople speaking in broken english ..... "Go to bed, It's too late to play Ultima", "The moongates wane.." yadda yadda

    SNES - Super Star Wars, possibly the most beautiful yet Pain in the Arse games ever made for the SNES, it had graphics, but not much in the way of easy gameplay that's for sure, or even mediocre game play.
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