Discussion in 'General Gaming' started by SkiMask, May 2, 2017.
Oh yes Skate or Die and T&C Surf. EPIC games.
Also forgot Castlevania, King of the Beach, and Tetris.
No SNK Baseball Stars, the first game with season stats, trades and free agents:
Therefore your list is disregarded.
That was a GREAT game. Totally forgot about that. I still remember the music to that game.
Edit: @MACK IS GOD you also forgot diving fielders and the ability to rob homers if timed right.
Ahhhh rob homers. Nothing more satisfying in a baseball game.
Haha was reading these and wondered where baseball stars was? I remember you would win games and earn money and you could start juicing your players abilities. You could manually enter all your players names. My cubs team was maxed at every position. Grace, Sandberg, Maddux, Dawson, Dunston. Oh those were the days.
I had a NES first also, and you guys listed most of the games I loved. My dad had an Atari and Sega master system. That had a few great games I loved also. Pitfall may be the first game I ever got hooked on. A friend of mine had phantasy star on the sega master system, and it was the first rpg I got hooked on. Loved that game! On genesis EA college football 95 or 96 I believe. Was super fun with friends.
I had a White Sox Team with Fisk, Harold Baines, Tom Seaver, and basically 80's Sox players. That game was too much fun. I totally regret someone had to point that out to me.
I blame copious amounts of marijuana...
I remember they had one team that was like the 27 Yankees and had Babe, Lou, Dizzy and a bunch of other beast players that were all awesome at every position.
And the "Lovely Ladies" team that wore pink skirts.
The American Dreams or something like that...
FTR its pretty easy to play that game on ConsoleClassix.
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