What was Nintendo's "coolest" system?

#1DaLastBossPosted 3/16/2013 1:03:43 PM
Was it the N64?
#2fhsfootball74Posted 3/16/2013 1:04:21 PM
SNES fo sho
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#3dancing_cactuarPosted 3/16/2013 1:04:48 PM
fhsfootball74 posted...
SNES
#4DeathSoul2000Posted 3/16/2013 1:04:48 PM
64 obvs. That thing oozes coolness.
#5shaunmePosted 3/16/2013 1:05:18 PM
their handhelds...no fans needed.
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#6STN79Posted 3/16/2013 1:08:49 PM
Snes no contest! So many great memories with that thing.
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#7CranberryPSOPosted 3/16/2013 1:11:02 PM(edited)
I think it was the Super NES.

They really cared about that system, and really pushed it to its limits. It held its own not only against Sega's behemoth, the Genesis, but it also held its own against the Sony PlayStation for a good while too.

Games were enhanced with chips such as the Super FX chip, and some chips that Capcom used in some Megaman X games to keep its graphics and processing at an impressive level for a 16 bit console.

Donkey Kong Country looked fantastic and showed off just what could really be done on that impressive console.

That the Super NES was able to stay competitive against the PlayStation for as long as it did was a real testament to its strength and the quality library it had.

In fact, I still play the Super NES today. It's just that good.
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#8Bancario51Posted 3/16/2013 1:15:13 PM
yeah I was literally called the cool kid with the n64 back in the day
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#9woody71Posted 3/16/2013 1:17:45 PM
64
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#10STN79Posted 3/16/2013 2:29:52 PM(edited)
N64 was good but most games on that thing have aged pretty bad by today's standards. Look at how blocky and ugly the graphics are now. Snes games are basically ageless. For example Chrono trigger looked awesome then and it still looks awesome. Being a kid when super Nes first came out was the perfect time to experience it. This was when Nintendo was untouchable and they were a force the world had never seen. Once it was time for N64 and the 16-bit era ended Sony kinda moved in and stole their thunder.