1. Super Nintendo
2. Playstation 1
4. Sega Genesis
5. Sega Dreamcast
6. Sega Saturn
Of all the systems I own, the SNES is really the best. PS1 is a close second, with games like metal gear solid and re1 and 2. Of all the systems I own, I play the N64 the least. A few great games followed by hundreds of medicore games. I really do enjoy some games on the Saturn and Dreamcast as well.
Nobody talked about the sega genesis? It had a pretty good run of games.
Whaaattt cant belive more of you did not go for the master system! R-type is my fav all time master system game. I heard you could not get it on PS3 as one of the PS One classics? but cant find it? anyone managed to find it?
anyway I have found this flash version to keep me going for now. .its so bloody hard! see how you get on. .
i have to NES and N64
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Its too hard to choose between an N64 and a SNES!
I went with the Nintendo 64, it's necessary, but I don't feel like jotting down my reasoning for why, let's put it this way, in this era, I still find myself trying very hard to get my hands on the console again.
For me, It's a Tie between Sega Genisus, and Sony PlayStation. The PlayStation had 3D graphics, a very good game line-up, games that could hold 700 MB of storage, and not to forget it was the only console that made CD games correctly until the Sega Dreamcast. The Sega Genisus, on the other hand, had an amazing game play, and I gan get the games at $4 a game, and if I buy two, I get one free. F-22 Interceptors' 3D graphics are very close to the quality of starfox'es, so it's similar in graphic ability with the SNES.
I currently own a PlayStation one, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, Xbox, Wii, Gamecube, Nintendo DS (Original), Nintendo 3DS, Game boy advance, (Original), PSP PlayStation Vita, Sega Dreamcast, Sega Genius, Nintendo 64, Nintendo Entertainment System, and V.Smile. I use to be a fan of Warriors, by Erin Hunter, but then I took an arrow to the knee.
Despite I had a N64, I have to admit that SNES was the greates retro plataform that ever existed.