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What was the first video game you ever played?

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I don't remember the name of the first game I ever played. I think my first game was at a neighbors' house, and they had a video game that I played for awhile. Still can't think of the name, but if I do I'll come back and write it down. What was the first video game you ever played?
 

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Original Mario on the original Nintendo. Mario/Duck Hunt. I was 3, 1989, my dad's friend just gave him the console and so that's when I started playing games.
 
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Super Mario on NES. Most of us started with this game and I say that Mario is the father of digital games. Mario is still getting stronger throughout the years with more friends joining his adventures.
 
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Super Mario on NES. Most of us started with this game and I say that Mario is the father of digital games. Mario is still getting stronger throughout the years with more friends joining his adventures.
Mario is an undeniable powerhouse, and you're right, it's still going strong. According to many of those 'in the know', the latest Mario Tennis game sports many elements that are akin to fighting games in their function and style. It has depth that can be appreciated by both casual and competitive players through its multiple options for different situations, it's resource management, the super moves, and a healthy dose of visual flair (the game reminds me of Mario Soccer, just a bit). Mario's still bringing unique quality content to games today. I might buy this game and see how I like it.
 
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I can't remember the name, but it was a tank game and it was a turn-based strategy game. If you know the game Worms then it is similar to that, but it was made during the time when PC's had green monitors.
 
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I can't remember the name, but it was a tank game and it was a turn-based strategy game. If you know the game Worms then it is similar to that, but it was made during the time when PC's had green monitors.
I think I remember seeing that game in an acquaintance's house a long time ago; objects in the game were 3D, but were rendered in green wire frame. The name eludes me now, but, if I remember correctly, it was a very popular classic title.
 
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