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Games To Try Before You Die: Killer Instinct (SNES)

Fighting games were amazing back in the 90's! Just that simple 1 vs 1 formula worked so well in the arcades. We didn't have to start fight on the street, we started fights on the arcade machines. The standard for fighting games at the time was either Street Fighter II or Mortal Kombat. Button mashing punches at it's finest. Then this word came up in fight games named....COMBO!

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Midway
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Games To Try Before You Die: Ms. Pac-Man (Arcade/etc.)

Where did it all begin? The Arcades. Those large dark rooms with kids, mom's, dad's, businessmen, were pumping quarters into large machines so they could get the highest of high scores on that game. Arcade's are not as popular as they used to be, but they are still fun to go too. Chances are though, if you stumble into any arcade or fun center, you will find a Ms. Pac-Man machine somewhere in there.

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Games To Try Before You Die: Final Fantasy VIII (PSX)

Final Fantasy...what else is there to say? This series has been around what seems like forever. It has it's highs, and it's lows...most of those in my opinion is anything beyond Final Fantasy 10. Anyway, the Final Fantasy's on the PSX were amazing games! FF VII broke the mold, and FF IX was an amazing throwback to the old stylings. FF VIII though, is considered the 'black sheep' of that era. I think otherwise though...

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Acclaim
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Games To Try Before You Die: NBA Jam (SNES/Sega/etc.)

HE'S ON FIRE! BOOM SHAKA LAKA! JAMS IT IN! Sound familiar? Even if you are not a fan of sports games. NBA JAM was amazing, and still holds up insanely well. How could you forget 2 on 2 basketball with some of the greats like Scottie Pippin, Larry Bird, and Bill Clinton! Wait....huh?

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Capcom
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Games To Try Before You Die: Mega Man X2

If you haven't figured it out yet, I am quite the fan of the Mega Man Series. Each one of them is awesome (the older ones that is). Like Mega Man X, the "X" series just seemed to be getting better and better. Super Nintendo was a platform that required perfection in it's games, which you don't see in games today. For another standard in platforming, look no further than Mega Man X2.

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Games To Try Before You Die: Super Mario World

When you first cracked your new Super Nintendo system back in 1991, you were super excited for the greatness that is 16-bit! What is a bit? I have no clue, but the more the better! We were playing the original Super Mario Bros. like it was going out of style on our NES', but then SNES arrived, Mario had to improve...and came out the greatest Mario title ever to be released (IMO)!

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Nintendo
Nintendo
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Games To Try Before You Die: Kirby’s Dream Course

Mini golf is a pretty fun game. It has been forever since I have gone to a mini-golf course. Getting around the damn spinning windmill is always a biotch. You know what would amp up mini-golf though? Tornadoes, Spiky dudes, spinning floors, etc! You might not find these on your typical courses, but you will find them in Kirby's Dream Course.

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Nintendo
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Games To Try Before You Die: Star Wars-Shadows of The Empire (N64)

What is there to say about Star Wars, it is one of the biggest phenomenon's of all time! Who doesn't like Star Wars? Well, I suppose not everyone likes Star Wars, but you are crazy if you don't. Star Wars has graced game consoles since game consoles have existed, mostly based off of the movies. Then this game came around and proved that you didn't always have to follow the movies.

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Games To Try Before You Die: Harvest Moon 64

Before there was the super popular Facebook game of Farmville....there was a similar game (but way better) on home consoles named Harvest Moon. Yea, I know...it does sound like a very boring game in today's standards. I mean come on...HARVEST MOON?!? That doesn't sound fun at all! Wrong you are!

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Nintendo
Nintendo
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Games To Try Before You Die: Tetris (NES, Game Boy, iOS, etc)

The question of the century should be, "Who hasn't played Tetris?" Tetris is the most popular puzzle game of all time. With games at the time like Super Mario Bros. where you were saving the princess, everyone got on board the puzzle craze that is Tetris. Started in the late 80's and the craze continues today.

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Games to Try Before You Die: TMNT 2-The Arcade Game (NES)

If you grew up in the late 80's and 90's, you know who the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are. Pizza addicted turtles that happen to be ninjas. Man, cartoons were so much better in the 90's! Even though they still exist today, they are not as "rad" as they were. With their popularity, also came a Nintendo game. No...not the first one...the second one....kicked ass!

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Capcom
Capcom
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Games To Try Before You Die: Resident Evil (PSX, Saturn)

Well, it's Halloween today, so I think it is a perfect day to do some horror video gaming! What could fit better than the game that perfected the 'survival horror' genre. Zombies right now are all the rage, and that rage began in gaming with Resident Evil.

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