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    Listening to the Donkey Kong Country OSTs always makes me nostalgic.

    They were the first games I ever played, so they pretty much paved the way for what my main hobby in life would be. The games definitely have a special place in my heart.

    Can't wait to speedrun them some day.

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    Another thing that brought me way back was the sound the original playstation logo made when it booted up on screen. Often meant a long night was ahead.

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    I grew up with the PlayStationOne, so any time I feel nostalgic, I just download the game. There is one Power Rangers, for the Sega Genesis, I think, that I'm especially fond of. Double Dragon too. Can't really play those on the phone.

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    The PS1 bootup takes me back to watching my older cousins play Crash Bandicoot and Tomba back when I could barely hold any controller that had more than 2 buttons.

    As for games I did play, I get chills whenever I hear the Ocarina of Time title screen. Something so comforting, about it, like going on a trip before the sun rises. I don't even really enjoy playing the game anymore (it holds up well enough, it's just very stale compared to what comes after), I just boot it up as audiovisual comfort food. Also, similar shoutout for having my second favorite Staff Roll Themes in a Video Game (First is Vagrant Story, third is FFVII).

    Seriously though, from 2nd to 5th grade, Ocarina of Time ruled my life. I poured over the Prima guide, reading about all the different locations and races, making my own lore theories about the Triforce. The game did a lot for my imagination.
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    Even though I grew up with the NES first. The Super NES is definitely where the nostalgia really hits hard. So many great games that still hold up.

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