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Gaming Podcast 137: Beaterator

September 1st, 2009 by Derrick Schommer · 1 Comment

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This week’s gaming podcast covers a bunch of topics you’d expect to hear in a gaming podcast. What? Yeah, we’re flashing back to Master of Orion and taking a little look into the background of Stephen Barcia all while covering a bit of news and community comments. This weeks news includes:

This week’s question of the week is pretty simple: what, in your opinion, is the best generation of consoles from the earliest until today’s consoles?

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  • 1 IvanNo Gravatar // Sep 2, 2009 at 10:59 pm

    In regards to the question of the week
    Although my 1st consoles were the Sega and Super Nintendo which originally got me interested in gaming. My favorite console would have to be the Nintendo 64.The 64 was the console of my childhood, it sent my little mind racing of the possibilities of gaming in the future, the 3d environment and awesome titles on this system were just epic. Clocked at 93.75 MHz it was also the most powerful chipset of the consoles at the time and I loved the way some of the games were rendered. Games like Zelda, Mario & Ray man were with their cartoonish graphic looked so good for its time. I would also find some of my favorite games of all time on this console. For FPS 007 Golden eye was a epic multiplayer game and had great replay value, they had some great classics to the Mario series games like Super Mario and Mario party were great( Even if the game was designed to break ur analog stick), Super Smash bros Which to date was my favorite multiplayer game of all time ( even if the only time I could play that 1 was at my mates place) and then on da top of my list would be Zelda: Ocarina of Time best game to date PERIOD.!!! For some many reasons maybe it was the epic story/cast or maybe the sweet battle system with new moves and equipment to be found. The game was great with making you felt that you have achieved something with cool puzzles/dungeons and Bosses Which would sent you to ur death unless you could figure out how to get them unguarded or hit their weak spot, and I gotta say some of those puzzle were so frustrating spending sometimes hours thinking of complex ways to get around puzzle when want you needed to do was so simple eg. Light a lamp or whateva. SO yeah the Nintendo 64 and some of its great titles on the system I will remember as the one that got me well and truly hooked on to gaming and probably gave me asthma from all the heavy breathing I had to do to get the games going.
    Cheers, Be happy to hear everyone else’s comments

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