I don't know how many we're listing, but here's my top 5.
1. NBA Jam - would go to a local restaurant and play this game with friends, not even going into the eatery area, just playing this game. 2. The Simpsons - was a frequent during birthday parties, great 4 player game. 3. Karate Champ - was everywhere when I was little and while I wasn't very good at it, I remember it vividly 4. Mario Bros. - when my dad lived near a Gulf station, this was the video game inside. I'd play it every time we went there. 5. Cruisin' USA - Was the first video game at the local Wal-Mart and I played it frequently.
June 2130 GWF Champ: Shayne(2) GWF Tag Champs: Rush & Turmoil(6) Interplanetary: Sur(3)
August 2100 GWF Champ: Spike(6) GWF Tag Champs: Vanguard Interplanetary: Spike
Rolling Thunder- played it constantly at the bowling alley across the street from my school in the late 1980s.
Captain America and the Avengers- I played this alot in the arcades and remember being disappointed with how bad the NES version was by comparison IMO when I later got it for my Nintendo.
Karate Champ- played it for hours at the local small grocery store in the mid 1980s
Sunset Riders- In high school I worked at a McDonald's in a food court where there was also an arcade and this was the game I played the most there. It led to me getting the game on both the SNES and SEGA versions.
Post by Crimson Cross on Aug 17, 2011 13:35:06 GMT -5
Galaga Elevator Action NBA Jam Cyberball - my friends and I would get to this old arcade and be the first one's as they opened to play the Cyberball, at one point the arcade owner put a 2 game limit on one person each, that was the most popular game I remember when it came out...