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Favorite Nintendo Console  

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  1. 1. Favorite Nintendo Console

    • NES
      2
    • Nintendo Gamecube
      5
    • SNES
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    • Nintendo Wii
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    • Nintendo 64
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Wat is your favorite nintendo console for me it would have to be the 64 it had some really great games and my favorite game Star Fox 64 :lol: so wats your favorite

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It's hard to choose just one, but my favorite is N64, I also like the Gamecube because Assault/Adventures is on it :)

Gamecube for that exact reason although it would have been nice had they included internet on the gamecube.
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Gamecube for that exact reason although it would have been nice had they included internet on the gamecube.

They have a slot on the bottom of the GC for a 56k connection, don't really know what it does though...

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They have a slot on the bottom of the GC for a 56k connection, don't really know what it does though...

lan connection between two gamecubes sadly  Only Mario Kart Double dash used that to my knowledge and it wasn't very good either
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lan connection between two gamecubes sadly  Only Mario Kart Double dash used that to my knowledge and it wasn't very good either

Yeah, getting on the internet was a little before the Gamecubes time...

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Yeah, getting on the internet was a little before the Gamecubes time...

nooot really xbox had online.
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lan connection between two game cubes sadly  Only Mario Kart Double dash used that to my knowledge and it wasn't very good either

I take it you've never heard of Phantasy star online then... That was Online, not LAN, it's shut down now, but you can download a like remade thing of it for the comp.

Anyways 64, whats not to love bout it.

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nooot really xbox had online.

Xbox was heavily based on PC technology, so it was ahead of other game consoles for internet. The Gamecube ended up being more of a game console in the purist sense; quick, bright, shiny and 4-player. That's why I like it.  :D

It's a shame the Gamecube didn't have an online network though, Assault multiplayer would be a blast online.

Oh, and the 64 was a blast too. It kept the fun in video games, and didn't get too caught up in graphics or confusing gameplay (IMO) (*glares at PS1*).

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The Wii, since it gives you the ability to play Wii Games,

Gamecube Games, and the old school games via the Virtual Console.  :cool:

The best of all worlds.

(I love the Angry Video Game Nerd theme song! xD)

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nooot really xbox had online.

Lol, yea, forgot about the original Xbox :)

It's a shame the Gamecube didn't have an online network though, Assault multiplayer would be a blast online.

Assault on MP would be amazing, I couldn't get off of it :D

The Wii, since it gives you the ability to play Wii Games,

Gamecube Games, and the old school games via the Virtual Console.  :cool:

The best of all worlds.

(I love the Angry Video Game Nerd theme song! xD)

When I first got a Wii around a year ago, the only Wii game that I played on it was Super Paper Mario, the rest were just gamecube games :lol:

Also how do games run thru virtual console?

And Mario, do a barrel roll!

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I'd say the GC. It had a great selection of games, and the console itself was excellent both regarding software and hardware IMO.

I had lots of fun with the 64, but the controll stick was poorly laid out, wasn't good to use and broke quickly.

I haven't tried the Wii enough with other games that Wii sport, so I can't really say for that one. Tough it seems to be shaping up to be a lot better than even the GC.

I'm not a fossile, and I can't say anything about the NES and the SNES. (That was a friendly poke to all you veterans out there. :P)

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I'd say the GC. It had a great selection of games, and the console itself was excellent both regarding software and hardware IMO.

I had lots of fun with the 64, but the controll stick was poorly laid out, wasn't good to use and broke quickly.

I haven't tried the Wii enough with other games that Wii sport, so I can't really say for that one. Tough it seems to be shaping up to be a lot better than even the GC.

I'm not a fossile, and I can't say anything about the NES and the SNES. (That was a friendly poke to all you veterans out there. :P)

Other than Star Fox and Mario bros. I don't like the SNES NES lol

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The NES started it all. The original trilogy of Super Mario Bros!

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I justed looked it up and found out that the GC had online play but was only compatible for like 4 games and was Japan only

Japan always gets the good stuff

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Also how do games run thru virtual console?

Take it to a Gamestop Dealer to upload it for you for a fee.

I'm not a fossile, and I can't say anything about the NES and the SNES. (That was a friendly poke to all you veterans out there. :P)

O rly?

*bops you with my cane*

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O rly?

*bops you with my cane*

Hehe, I've always tought of you as the Cranky Kong of SF-O. :P

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Just to clear somthing up the online play for the GC was in America but 1 out of the 4 games was Japan only

Probably isn't worth getting the extension then lol

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You know I think there was internet for the SNES. I think it was called Satellaview or somthing???

Yeah there was internet for the snes. Dunno why I havena heard of anything involving internet for the 64...

SNES had it 64 lost it then game cube got it back for like pso and maybe some other games, but not much...

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Well about the internet with the 64 they where going to release this attchment to the 64 called the N64-DD that could play disks and could hook u up to the internet. They release in Japan but it was a commmercial failure. They where go to release in America but decided against.

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