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  Mara Jade Skywalker
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I won, I won, I won! *does happy dance* I didn't beat it with all the Chaos Emeralds, but who cares? I beat Sonic the Hedgehog! Ha, ha, ha...miracles do happen! Very Happy

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Just so you know, it's impossible to beat Sonic 2 without getting all the chaos emeralds, so keep that in mind should you play that awesome game.
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Oh, bummer. Guess I'll have to go get all the Chaos Emeralds, eh? Suppose that's my next goal. Smile
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Five emeralds, taking a break and then going for the sixth...wish me luck! Very Happy

Edit: Well, scratch that. Becca walked by and accidentally kicked the cord. Bye-bye emeralds. *sniff* Guess I'll go at it again tomorrow. Neutral
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Whoo-hoo! *does another happy dance* I beat it again, but this time with the emeralds! I'm so happy! Very Happy

Sorry, but I kind of have a one track mind when it comes to beating something. Until it's conquered, I have trouble focusing on anything else. Smile


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Haha. Good job, Mara. Indeed Sonic is addictive.
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Thanks much, Reep. Very addictive indeed. Neutral
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Congrats for your dedication!
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I must say, I never did get into the Sonic games. I was always a Mario fan. Especially Mario Kart. Very Happy
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Now Mario Kart is an awesome game. Especially when there are four players. And Rainbow Road? I dare somebody to play that without falling off. It's like...impossible. But it's one of the greatest games. Smile

I never used to like Sonic. I mean, I liked to play it, but I would choose Mario over Sonic any day. It made me mad that you couldn't save, since I was never good enough to get past the 3rd zone. But this time I resolved to beat the entire game, and it actually wasn't that bad. I came to really enjoy it, though I would still choose Mario over Sonic. Smile
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Mario Kart is awesome. Im always Peach or Toad. Did anyone ever play Diddy Kong racing for n64?
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I always liked Crash Bandicoot. The makers of that are pretty clever and hilarious.
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Spyro was always my favourite. I always loved how each world was so different. Mario and Crash are sweet too.
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I used to love Donkey Kong on the SNES. I never did beat it, though. Didn't even get very far, actually. But it was still fun. Smile

I know this isn't a cartridge game, but it is an older game. Did any of you ever play Chip's Challenge? I loved that game! I always played it at my cousin's house, but could never get past On the Rocks because it took so long! Shocked

Of course I have it and have beat it now, but I still love to play it! It annoys me to death, though, that I can't play it on Vista 64-bit, which is what I have. Anybody have a solution to that woe? Haven't found any insight on Google. Sad
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Mara Jade Skywalker wrote:
I used to love Donkey Kong on the SNES. I never did beat it, though. Didn't even get very far, actually. But it was still fun. Smile

I know this isn't a cartridge game, but it is an older game. Did any of you ever play Chip's Challenge? I loved that game! I always played it at my cousin's house, but could never get past On the Rocks because it took so long! Shocked

Of course I have it and have beat it now, but I still love to play it! It annoys me to death, though, that I can't play it on Vista 64-bit, which is what I have. Anybody have a solution to that woe? Haven't found any insight on Google. Sad


I loved Donkey Kong on SNES! I beat it like 3 times, it was a favorite of mine Smile
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