#151 Posted by EvilKatarn (477 posts) -

Paris-Dakar Rally for PS2.  
Fuck off, I liked that game a bit.

#152 Posted by Meltac (2001 posts) -

Tekken 3 I believe, but I'm not exactly sure. 

#153 Posted by DeF (5216 posts) -
@gla55jAw said:
" Super Mario World. "
same here. but it was a pack-in. the first one I bought was Zelda: A link to the past!
#154 Posted by Jolt92 (1644 posts) -

Super Mario Bros. / Duck Hunt

#155 Posted by gla55jAw (2767 posts) -
@DeF said:
" @gla55jAw said:
" Super Mario World. "
same here. but it was a pack-in. the first one I bought was Zelda: A link to the past! "
Yeah, mine was pack-in also. I think the next one I got was Super Bowling?
#156 Posted by foggel (2777 posts) -

Tetris I think.

#157 Posted by Jost1 (2225 posts) -

Alex Kidd in Miracle World for the Sega Master System. It's pretty good!

#158 Posted by Belmont_Shadow (191 posts) -

Mario world

#159 Posted by supermonkey122 (1031 posts) -

Croc for the Sega Saturn
#160 Posted by bulletzing (74 posts) -

I think it was Super Mario Bros on the NES. 

#161 Posted by Consaw (261 posts) -

Super Mario Bros/ Duck Hunt. 

#162 Posted by drowsap (701 posts) -

Super mario bros/ Duck hunt a classic

#163 Posted by Sargus (762 posts) -

Technically my NES and Atari belonged to my dad (he later gave them and the games to me), so the first console game that I personally owned myself was Sonic the Hedgehog, which came with the Genesis that my parents bought me.

#164 Posted by Teaspoon83 (632 posts) -

Atari was a gift from my parents... I was too young to know what was the first game but it was a collection of games. 
Mission Control 
E.T.......... shudder 
Yada Yada and so on.

#165 Posted by JeanLuc (3795 posts) -

Does handheld systems count? If so then Pokemon Red Version. I played the shit out of that game as a kid. 
Otherwise I never bought a console until the Xbox 360 where my first game was Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion.

#166 Posted by coldmilk (70 posts) -

well, Super Mario All-Stars and Super Mario World came bundled with my SNES but my first standalone game was Mortal Kombat.

#167 Posted by CitizenKane (10682 posts) -
#168 Posted by zudthespud (3328 posts) -

Playstation 1, Rollcage: Stage 2. Still play it every now and then when I get the chance, classic game. 

#169 Posted by jorojoserojas (275 posts) -

Super Mario Bros. / Duck Hunt

#170 Posted by Dr_Cassidy (12 posts) -

Super Mario 64 for the N64.

#171 Posted by Djeffers03 (2537 posts) -

Halo Combat Evolved, turns out it was pretty good.

#172 Posted by kishan6 (1986 posts) -

First one i evre owned 
probly zelda OOT

#173 Posted by Kyle (2375 posts) -

Sonic 3. Still one of my all-time favorites.

#174 Edited by PrivateIronTFU (3858 posts) -

Wizards and Warriors and Super Mario Bros. Got them in 1988.

#175 Posted by Geno (6768 posts) -

Super Mario All-Stars

#176 Posted by Jeust (11463 posts) -

A spectrum game called Soccer.

#177 Edited by csl316 (10830 posts) -

first thing i got when i came to america.   my brother had the system and someone gave me the game.  had no idea what it was, but damn i'm glad it was there


2600 US Box Art
#178 Posted by neoepoch (1317 posts) -

SNES and Super Mario World....all that you will ever need really.

#179 Posted by Otogi (309 posts) -

Crash Bandicoot for the Sony Playstation

#180 Posted by BigLemon (1080 posts) -
General Chaos for the Sega Genesis. Effin' played the shit outta that game. Still love it.
#181 Posted by laserbolts (5444 posts) -

nintendo entertainment system...played me some duck hunt

#182 Posted by laserbolts (5444 posts) -
@gla55jAw:  glassjaw is the greatest band in the history of mankind and i will follow you good sir
#183 Posted by Blair (2548 posts) -

Super Mario Bros/Dunk Hunt.

#184 Posted by fearthephins (152 posts) -

Burger Time on the NES :P

#185 Edited by NathHaw (2848 posts) -
@uniform said:

" That goes way back, but I easily remember it. Miner 2049er for Atari 800xl. "

I had that game.  Cool to see somebody who remembers it. Mine was a slightly different version, but yeah.
#186 Posted by ez123 (2010 posts) -
@Blair said:
" Super Mario Bros/Dunk Hunt. "
Yep... but in 1998.
#187 Posted by JP_Russell (1167 posts) -

Crash Bandicoot.

#188 Posted by ThanatosXRS (75 posts) -
Super Mario All Stars came with my SNES back in 93'
#189 Edited by Jeust (11463 posts) -

They were three actually. Super Mario Bros, Tetris and Nintendo Wordcup all in one cartridge. All for the NES. 

#190 Posted by HarlequinRiot (1092 posts) -

We had an NES but most of those games weren't "mine". The first game I picked out for myself was Metroid for the NES. I played it alot but would always end up getting stuck, and i never did see any of the bosses (I guess I was too young). Not sure what the first game I bought was, probably something on the Gameboy. Don't think I ever bought a N64 games, so next might have been Gamecube games. 

#191 Posted by DoctorTran (1584 posts) -

I don't remember. I think it was that Sega Genesis collection that had like... Golden Axe 2, Sonic, Vector Man, an three other games.

#192 Posted by rbanke (228 posts) -

Combat, Defender, Asteroids, and a few other launch-1982 games (cant remember exactly) with my first console, 2600. I was 4 or 5ish.

#193 Edited by crusader8463 (14744 posts) -

Duck Hunt and Super Mario Brothers for NES.

#194 Posted by Burns098356GX (1366 posts) -

Super Mario/Duck Hunt.

#195 Posted by Russcat (147 posts) -

Our Atari 2600 came with Ms. Pacman, Amadar and Kangaroo.

#196 Posted by Grilledcheez (4006 posts) -

Super Mario World

#197 Posted by 1DER (89 posts) -

Super Mario Bros. 3 bundled in the NES Challenge Set.

#198 Posted by Akeldama (4334 posts) -
@Hailinel said:
" Super Mario Bros./Duck Hunt "
#199 Posted by mrfizzy (1651 posts) -

Rally Cross for the original Playstation. 

#200 Posted by Pepsiman (2766 posts) -

The Genesis I got was nearing the end of its life cycle, so in the box, it came with a copy of Sonic & Knuckles. On top of that, I believe the parents also bought me a copy of Desert Demolition. Although it was a licensed Looney Toons game, it wasn't bad for what it was, all things considered.