Toys of the Nineties, New generation video games
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In 1995 and 1996. the Sega Saturn,Sony Playstation and the Nintendo debuted. They were a success story
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x - August 06, 2007 - Report this comment
i remember being fully annoyed when these came out because it meant no one wanted to release games for NES and SNES anymore. i miss 2D games...
Jay R - November 12, 2007 - Report this comment
I had a Sega, N64, Super Nitendo, Sega Saturn, Playstation, and a DreamCast
GM - February 03, 2008 - Report this comment
I had a PlayStation One. It was tons of fun. My cousin had a Dreamcast, and I would go to his state and play with it. Such good times then. I bought a N64 recently, so thats the only 90's console I have.
ms - February 14, 2008 - Report this comment
I have a dream cast a playstation1 N64 and a sega But I also have a xbox 360 playstation3 and 3 laptops
nick - March 12, 2008 - Report this comment
ms you are rich and nerdy
eastviewss - November 24, 2008 - Report this comment
how much did that cost in total. MS?
J Nugget - December 03, 2008 - Report this comment
lol i still play my N64 and Dreamcast over my 360 or PS3 anyday!!!
Blenheimears - March 05, 2009 - Report this comment
The Nintendo 64 was a revolution in the way video games were designed. While it still used cartridges, it had a 64-bit microprocessor, which was invented only four years before it came out. The PC would not be 64-bit until 2003. It also had hardware 3D graphics with smooth scaling and anti-aliasing (earlier 3D games such as Doom used software 3D). The PlayStation was still 32-bit with blocky scaling though.
kayla - May 04, 2009 - Report this comment
i love you so much jr
hi - May 27, 2009 - Report this comment
j nugget is a gay horney ass
Alice - November 05, 2009 - Report this comment
My mom got us a playstation the year it came out. It was a family x-mas present.
wesker - April 14, 2010 - Report this comment
i have 1 of every system except ps3.
Darryln - December 13, 2010 - Report this comment
Super Nintendo rocked!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Robert S - August 16, 2015 - Report this comment
I wanted a SNES for Christmas, but Santa brought me an N64 that year. Holy crap I love my N64 and play it to this day. I even went out of my way to get the ultra rare Disc Drive attachment from Japan, which the N64 connects with via the removable bottom cover. They made less than 10 games for it, but the F-zero disc gives you a full track editor, new stereophonic music, new tracks, and car editor. Plus, N64 GameSharks could be connected to a computer for ultimate code breaking fun. These days, GameSharks as we remember them don't exist and what IS available doesn't support code generation where you search through the games code using logic to make your own. N64 rules.
Robert - August 16, 2015 - Report this comment
I forgot to add, the DD addon is only compatible with Japanese N64's... unless you take your N64 apart and remove the plastic doors. The plastic nubs on them are physically shaped different between regions. If you remove them you have a region free N64, only downside is the doors to keep dust out are part what is removed. I used to get up before school to play papermario at 5 am before the 7:15 bus. Goldeneye was the game I drooled over. There were church friends I knew who were rich in a big house but they were all extremely jocks... and undervalued it completely. Eventually I think I bought the cartridge from them. Then there was the time I played Donkey Kong 64. I used a GameShark to give me infinite crystal coconuts, but when I saved and quit it corrupted the game. From then on my characters were cursed to walk right through them as if they didn't exist and couldn't pick any up even with the GameShark. RIP game.
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