Do u still love to play Vintage games like Mario bros? Favorite Game?
By RJ Ind
November 27, 2010 10:16pm CST
From the invention of these games in 1947 like Cathode Ray Tube amusement device game 'Missile simulator', to the best stage of running of these games from 1980's till 1995's, Video Games have been stealing hearts of many young people from age of 4 till even age of 22. U wont know how the time passed by playing some famous hit games like Mario bros, contra, road fighter, Ice Climber, Lode runner, tennis, battle city and many more.. Thou today many new advanced games hav come like NFS, Counter strike:Condition Zero, GTA, Half life, Driver, Midtown madness, Cricket, Fifa, WWE, AOE, SWAT, hitman and many more, the above vintage games can never be forgettable by anyone. In Fact i love Mario Bros a lot and play that game still today in my PC at least once in a day. These games and its music makes me remind of the old days and makes me very happy and young... How many of you still love to play these Vintage games/Video games even now? If yes, Share it with favorite game? If no, reason?
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• Ipswich, England
21 Oct 12
We all have grown up with different games that we loved at the time so I am sure we still love them. I for one loved Age of Empires 1 and Empire Earth in strategy, Zoo Tycoon and Roller Coaster Tycoon in simulators and Mafia as a Action Adventure Rpg game. I also loved the Gothic series (all of them).
25 May 12
Honestly i dont play any vintage game anymore.I mean i used to play them when i was a kid,but as time progresses,graphics from these games become more and more lively.So going back to the old pixelised games is really a rpoblem for me because ive been 'exposed' to better games with far more superior graphics.
30 Jul 11
You could still get me to play any RPG like Chrono Trigger, early Final Fantasy's, etc. There is also the Magic: The Gathering by Microprose that came out I think in 1997 that is pretty neat. There are some people that still update it and it's definitely awesome.
19 Mar 11
I love vintage games. The first games I played were Cisco (car's race) and Winter (winter games). Then I played a lot to other games. The ones I love more are: FIFA'98, a revolutionary football game, the Colin Mc Rae rally serie, the age of empires serie (especially the second episode), for the "first person shooter" games I like very much Wolf3d and the more recent "return to castle" and Quake 1 and 2.For role-playing videogames I like very much Morrowind, for tycoon I adore railroad tycoon, especially the second episode. I still play to all these games. Sometimes if they work on the computer I play games such as: simcity serie, some tycoon and some old "need for speed" episode.
• United States
4 Feb 11
It's actually pretty funny how everyone abandons vintage games and move on to the newer modern games. They get bored with modern games and start to look for something else fun to play. They re-discover their vintage games and think it's extremely fun. They then get bored and move back to the modern games. The cycle goes on. I like to play vintage games once in a while. Too much of anything, especially games, is not good. I still remember playing Mario 64 on my nintendo 64. It was one of the first game systems invented. Mario Bros is fun to play, especially with the seemingly endless plot.
• United States
2 Dec 10
I mostly play games on my PC now, so I don't play Mario Bros. too often, but I will pick it up every so often. The oldest game that I still play on a regular basis is Diablo 2, it's "only" ten years old, but it is still incredibly addictive. I wish that my Atari still worked, I would play all of those games all the time if it did.
• United States
1 Dec 10
Basically all of the games I play are old (I play them on emulators). First of all my favorite series of all time is the Akumajou Dracula/Castlevania series. My personal favorite of those is the X68 remake of the original which is ridiculously hard (you seriously have to redo some stages 100 times before you're able to complete them), but very fun and satisfying to complete. I also really love the CAPCOM's Rockman series (Megaman in the US... I hate how they change all the characters names in the US versions...). Very challenging platformers but very fun and innovative. Besides that I play a lot of other old games like Super Mario Brothers, Gradius, Ganbare Goemon, Final Fantasy, Dragon Quest, TwinBee, Kirby and many others. One of the biggest reasons I like old games better than new games is because modern games are too easy. I like the challenge that old-school games provide.