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  1. #41

    Pack Mentality: Best Sports Video Game

    1. NCAA Gamebreaker '99 on PS1.
    2. NBA JAMS on SNES

    I still to this day have my SNES plugged into my LCD tv.

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    MSU was a 17ing beast on this game. Derrick Taite to Eric Molds; and Taite to Shaston Coleman were screamed in my room to the tune of this game often. It was the first (and maybe only)CFB game where MSU could win the National Championship in a simulated season, and finally, the first time I scored a TD and theclip of Hail State! played, I thought technology had officiallytaken control ofthe world.

    Yeah, MSU was bad ass in this game!


    Finally, the game kicked ass because it gave you the option of bowls OR a playoff at the end of the season...

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  4. #44

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    Pong.
    What can I say, I grew up poor and in the country. The game was given to me by a cousin. I have never owned another system. However I will buy my kids the best available when they are old enough. I kind of figure I will make up lost time then.

    bd

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    I spent a lot of time on some Griffey slugfest

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    nm

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  9. #49

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    Dawgman, what year were you in Duggar (also known as the edge of the freakin' universe)?

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    nm

  11. #51

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    I was actually in Smith, but I had a lot of friends over in Duggar, so I spent a little time over there. I was there in '91.

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    Ha! In before t-clap!

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    AA - held the gun against the screen a number of times

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  16. #56

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    1. RBI Baseball (NES)
    2. Blades of Steel (NES)
    3. Mike Tyson's Punchout (NES)
    4. NHL 97 (Genesis, pretty much this whole series on Genesis)
    5. College Football '96 (Genesis)
    6. NBA Jams (Genesis)
    7. Joe Montana's Sports Talk Football '94 (Genesis)

    I could go on for a long while, but I'll stop here.

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    for Sega.

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    Cheat Like Pete!!!

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