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3 years ago#81
Started with the first generation when my parents got us an Atari Ultra Pong game. Though really got hooked on the second gen spending many hours playing Pitfall, Carnival and Q-bert on the Coleco.
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3 years ago#82
Really interesting where everyone has started, especially *very* early on.
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3 years ago#83
right at the end of the 1st, going into the second. i remember having the pong game and my brother and i playing it all the damn time.
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3 years ago#84
I was born into a house with a 2600, though by the time I was old enough to make sense of what I was doing the NES and SMS had moved in alongside it.
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3 years ago#85
Sort of the cross over of the 3rd and 4th. I played a lot of Sega Master System at around the same time of the start of the Megadrive (Genesis) era.

But the first I owned was a Sega Megadrive.
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3 years ago#86
Atari 2600
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3 years ago#87
3rd Gen
3 years ago#88
Third generation. First game I ever had was Super Mario Bros. 3 for NES.
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3 years ago#89
NES, I actually played outside more and going to the arcades was funner
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3 years ago#90
Atari....Pitfall , bowling, football, ...other such

Then I got NES in 1990 when I was 5. That changed everything.
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