Mine was Grand Theft Auto!
I don't exactly know what my first played video game was, but as far as I can remember it was Quake on the PC.
My first video game was Kung Fu for the NES. I remember it being pretty fun, should probably find it and play it again.
I reckon that it must have been Harry potter and the order of the Phoenix for Nintendo DS. Not a great game but it seemed incredible at the time
mario kart for gba
My first game was Super Mario Bros. for the NES...I think...in...1985?
I remember back in the day, my very first video game i ever played was the legend of spyro on the Gamecube and of course since i loved that game so much my gamecube had to be purple XD
My first game was a release of Super Mario Bros for Game Boy Color. I want to say it was called Super Marion Bros Deluxe or something, but I can't seem to remember.
"Combat" which came with the Atari 2600; the first one I ever purchased myself was called "surround" (a tron bike-like maze/crash game)
Ummm. Let me think. I think it was Pokemon Explorers of Time...
Mine was PacMan on the Gameboy...
Pokemon Blue/Red/Yellow combined for my GB Colour. For my computer, it was, what was it again...Crazy Drake and Cold Shadow. Good uncomplicated times.
I could be wrong...but I believe it was Pokemon Yellow for GB Colour (**** thing's save never worked..)...if not it was Donkey Kong for GB Colour
My first video game was on tv ... (with box)
On pc: http://takegame.com/shooter/pictures/wolfenstein.gif
next was cs 1.6 cz
Super Mario 64. I was 4.
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