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Bad Dudes for NES and Arcade.
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Super Mario 64. The goat
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Black Tiger arcade never really gets old. I always enjoy playing that game. I also enjoy playing Sega super scaler games like Outrun, Space Harrier and After Burner.
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jon wrote:I’m interested in how much time people are putting in. I almost feel embarrassed to say I’ve been playing Tennis on Gameboy almost exclusively for a long time. Over 6 months I think. The game is so addictive and it’s only me, my opponent, and of course Mario as the referee. He’s always making bad calls which is actually kind of funny. But I wonder what games people can play for months without getting bored.
Since getting the Xbox Series X on launch day I've played Dirt Rally 2.0 several days a week and sometimes for several hours. You are basically playing against yourself and get better over time. Learning each car makes it feel like you're playing a new game each time. I will review this at some point.
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Age of Empires II. I have recently found myself booting up AoEII on my computer to take the odd break from work and let my mind relax. (Specifically, AoEII HD on Steam).