The video games of my life: Spoiler That scene had me crying my eyes out in frustration for many years. The way that motherfucker would laugh at you just made it even worse. Never beat that game as a kid. Spoiler Best fucking NES game I played as a kid definitely. Then it was onto Sega Genesis. Evander Holyfield's Real Deal Boxing: Spoiler This game made it impossible to beat Holyfield for a long time. What was great about this game was the ability to have two careers running simultaneously in the same universe. With two brothers we made this our lives. Two of us could run simultaneously and you had to use real heavyweights. Once you lost two fights in a row you had to retire. In this game you could only fight forty times max unless you were Holyfield. It took us like thirteen months to beat Holyfield and we had run through quite a load of names of fighters. Razor Ruddock, Michael Moorer, Riddick Bowe, Mike Tyson, Andrew Golota, then we were using guys like Axel Schulz, Peter McNeeley, Larry Donald, it was hilarious. My oldest brother finally broke through with Jimmy Thunder. Once you beat Holyfield he starts to lose a bit until he gets knocked off the game completely. Then, in a move that would mirror real life, all of a sudden like a year later Holyfield reappeared on the game and was working back up the rankings again. It is so funny how this really happened. This is the best Mario wannabe game of all-time: Spoiler To close it off... Super Mario RPG was the best RPG I ever played, until I played Final Fantasy IX. The story in IX was the best of any game I had played. Was also huge into Counterstrike and had a very shitty clan made up of high school friends. Halo on PC was pretty fun for awhile. We had a Madden tournament in high school with 16 people and you controlled two teams. That was pretty sick and battles got intense. Me and a friend of mine ran a Yale-Harvard NCAA dynasty in NCAA Football '06 that went four years deep. My friend [Harvard] would always outrecruit me but I would get really good transfer students. We were put into the Sun Belt and then got into the MAC I believe. I beat him three out of four years with two of them being with the conference title on the line. Went from a D- team to a B in four years.