That's definitely me, no PCs when I was a child. Childhood, at least by my definition, is someone from roughly age 2-3 to around 12 years old. I can't really include teenagers in there, as they're kind of going through that alien-morph stage from childhood to adulthood; at least I did. (Note: I don't mean to offend anyone here in that 13-19 age bracket, it's just an old guy's perspective on youth). And I eliminated year 1 of our lives because we just basically drool, burp, puke, and soil our diapers at that age.What if computers weren't really a thing when you were young (well, they existed but not like they do now, very few people had their own)? I guess there are board games...
Amen, brother, we're all still kicken'.Welcome to the old folks retirement gaming forums!
You're very similar to me. I don't think I'd choose System Shock for PC, though. And on N64, I would choose Ocarina of Time over Goldeneye, but we had a lot of fun playing 1v1 Goldeneye.Depends which system!
PC - System Shock
NES - Super Mario Bros 3
Sega Genesis - Sonic the Hedgehog 2
Game Boy - Super Mario Land 2 - Six Golden Coins
SNES - Literally a tie between Super Mario World & Donkey Kong Country
Nintendo Ultra 64 - 007 Goldeneye
XBOX - Halo - Combat Evolved