Mine was Grand Theft Auto!
Sonic for the Gameboy
mario kart wii
i dont remember the first time i played a videogame i had to sit on my dads knee to reach the keyboard
Pokemon red Yeahbuddy!
mine was crash bandicoot on ps2..
Super Mario on Gameboy
Megaman network transmission on gamecube :P
Everyone on the interwebs, including the funny bunnies at IGN, thought the game was too hard. At the age of 7, the difficulty seemed just right for me
mine i think that was "Jazz Jack Rabbit2" or "Future Cop"
Rachet DeadLock for PS2
Doom 2. I've had a thirst for demon blood ever since.
First game ever, and I will never forget: Super Mario World for the, "Super Nintendo". I have fond memories of me watching my dad play it, and a little 3-year-old me walking off cliffs because I didn't know how to jump.
i think mine was pokemon emrald
Super Mario Bros (NES) was the first game I ever came into contact with by watching my brother play it, and we played the co-op game (and like every woeful younger sibling, I had to be Luigi). As for my first very own game that was only played by me...my memory is a bit fuzzy, but I think it was the first Spyro for the first Play Station.
My first game was a Digemon game for the Playstation
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