What generation did you start gaming?

#81G_Thang23Posted 3/29/2014 10:50:01 AM
Gen 4 on the poll but Gen 5 according to the GameFAQs System List with PlayStation and Game Boy Color, ah those were the days.
---
Death is certain. The time is not.
#82spacejamjordanzPosted 3/29/2014 10:54:39 AM
According to this site. NES is considered third gen. That's where I made my real splash. I do have faint memories of having a Master System, but NES is where I really took off. I remember the day I had it. Two controllers, a red gun, and it came with Super Mario Bros, Duck Hunt, and World Class Track Meet. We also bought the power pad.
---
"You know you've spotted a fanboy when they simply can not concede that anything is worthwhile on the other console"~ Evel138
#83masterlouPosted 3/29/2014 11:03:33 AM
gen 1 but instead of the 2600 we had the 5200 then the 2600
---
" the discovery channel has monkeys and our vcr has gone wonkey" .. anya:: GT:alieneraser
#84EleckzarPosted 3/29/2014 11:07:07 AM(edited)
N64 was the first system I played regularly, it was the SNES that I played first. Star Fox, Donkey Kong, and Mario were my favorite.
---
Gamertag: Eleckzar
PSN: Eleckzar
#85taxman25Posted 3/29/2014 11:10:30 AM
I started with the Atari, then went to the Genesis, Then PS1, Then a PS2, Xbox, Gamecube Combo,
then 360 & PS3, and I currently have 360, XOne, PS2, Xbox, Gamecube, & PS3.
#86brumby82Posted 3/29/2014 11:37:38 AM
I started with Amstrad cpc 464, good old tapes with dizzy the egg. Moved to master system then mega drive with mega cd, then PS1, PS2, xbox, xbox 360, PS3 and now xbox one.
---
XBLGT brumby82
#87cpthighwindPosted 3/29/2014 11:54:52 AM
DarkHoles posted...
Also am i the only person who calls it a mega drive?


If you live in the western hemisphere, then, yeah. Probably
---
Play the console you like, and leave everybody else alone
#88Shadow-KrowPosted 3/29/2014 12:09:06 PM
N64 with that Goldeneye and PSX with Tekken 3
---
PSN: Shadow-Krow
#89dingdongdingPosted 3/29/2014 12:13:16 PM
Gen 1 for me I was given my Moms Atari then quickly moved on to the NES .
#90MOATS7798Posted 3/29/2014 12:22:53 PM
Atari in 1982 and Coleco Vision in 1983...

I just sold my CV a few weeks ago along with 2 Super Action Controllers, 20 games, and a trackball add-on for $400 to a collector at a retro gaming store....

Can't believe it still worked to be honest...
---
In all my years of gaming I've never walked into a store and purchased a game that I've wanted to play based on the resolution.