Eons ago we were content with games that took up less memory than a high quality song and had characters made up of three polygons. Since then, we've moved on to the ninth, tenth or even twentieth iterations of those games. However, it's always important to remember where these games came from. Although they've aged, they're still full of fond memories and incredible fun. Put on your rose-colored glasses, blow the dust of the cartridge and plug in the oldest console you can find.
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