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DN 13 (12 days ago)
Never really had to blow into my Super Nintendo or N64 game cartridges. That was only a NES thing.
dark messiah-minecraft (17 days ago)
i still blow at all my discs
hardwire (20 days ago)
pfft much simpler solution in my day with my friends if you were caught screen watching you got dead legged
Greg Henley (22 days ago)
No Memory Cards? Bruh I Still Have Mega Man Saved Flies On PS1 Cards 😂
Ibraar Yousaf (23 days ago)
i am a kid and i understand all of this list except from rare the studio as i need to look into there history my dad raised me on old games and the old sonic being one of them
Benjamin Fuller (25 days ago)
we have come soooooooooooooooooooooooooooo far
Reilly G (25 days ago)
Not owning a memory card so having to play the first 5 levels of a game over and over. Or having a game (like football manager) where after a certain point in the game the save file would become to big for any memory card
Antanas Paskauskas (28 days ago)
Turok, what memories, I feel old haha!
Gary Liseo Jr (29 days ago)
Bouncing off #1, arguing over who got to be player 1 (especially in 3-player matches where player 1 had twice as much room)
peanutjelly1337 (29 days ago)
How about losing all your progress when the power went out or the batteries died? It's definitely not as common today, and with consoles like the switch that keep running even when the power shorts, it's a lot easier to keep going. Also auto saves weren't a thing, so getting your progress back was all rage and tedious rework. Fun stuff!
Eli Hoover (1 month ago)
what about freeplay arcades where they're all set on a freeplay and there's a bar
Netherwolf6100 (1 month ago)
Medpacks. Oh and Memory Cards. Oh and my favorite, remember how tvs used to be big? With backs to them with wires and what not and not just black glass screens? I showed my little brother an old fashion tv I still have from the 80''s that still fucking works and he questioned why was it so damn big compared to his stupid fucking flatscreen.....
Emily Hill (1 month ago)
LOL Lan.... lans dead mate they wouldnt understand that
Caysenisgamerfox (1 month ago)
arcade age 1980 bit age1990 poly age1996 divercity age 2002 porta age 2016 mind age? between 3000 or 6000 [not confirmed]
SYTHEOPATH 1 (29 days ago)
Kids will never understand the joy of N64 or other consoles that didn't have loading screens! As soon as u qued a race of Mario Kart, boom! There it was u entered the race immediately and didn't have to watch a load screen with some stupid loading icon in the corner of ur screen and a dumb, overly obvious game tip on the bottom of ur screen that would say something like:" shoot enemies to lower their health" 😂
SYTHEOPATH 1 (1 month ago)
Wow Rare! I had forgotten about them. Iconic
Chris Fielding (1 month ago)
I still blow into the Consol to make it go today.
Pesquids (1 month ago)
Don’t remind me of Rare. Please.
Rhys Thomas (1 month ago)
LITTLE BIG ADVENTURE THO. My favourite childhood game that no one seems to have heard of. Delighted it got a shout out. Daymaker.
Bader Alsafadi (1 month ago)
i understood some of them and some that still happen to me like the split screen
chopcooey (1 month ago)
+1 for perfect dark
Laurana (1 month ago)
good times.
Gankatron 5000 (1 month ago)
Changing between tennis to hockey by replacing the green transparent film taped to the TV set with the light blue one.
mikevitosgirl tdfan (1 month ago)
I am a gamer and i understand this lol
Cons Mercado (1 month ago)
i miz the skinny bearded guy he kinda cute although i would boot the excessive beard. Josh was his name?
John Bickerton (2 months ago)
10 things no gamers care about
Mattias Rask (2 months ago)
You forgot a bot Laning white coaxial network or the first tcp cards witch som would never work together
frank ponds (2 months ago)
It's not about knowing, it's about understanding.
XpRnz (2 months ago)
Ridiculously long passwords. *cough* metal gear NES *cough*
DjinnePasse (2 months ago)
541 viewers were born in 2006.
derpyeevee (2 months ago)
"when disney made good games" hmm I thought Kingdom Hearts was a good game :P (tho disney worked with Square enix)
Pat Fry (2 months ago)
Rare best known for the N64 games? nah.. they were best known for making some of the best ZX Spectrum games ever, Tranz Am, Jetpac, Sabre Wulf, Knight Lore, Atic Atac. etc
G Salemander (2 months ago)
Not the dog more like my auntie
Giro (2 months ago)
Donald Duck : Going Quackers ! on gamecube was the best shit Disney ever made.
Emerald Wolf YT (2 months ago)
TEAM SEGA!!!!!!!
KanjimaruGaming (2 months ago)
played the great mighty poo song around my group of friends in college one of them is 16 and did not get it or knew where it came from
Brandon Walthers (2 months ago)
Thanks for pandering to us 30+ year old gamers
CholoHD (2 months ago)
Remember when carts had additional joystick ports on top of them (like Micro Machines Megadrive). Also i thik i had the Sega Saturn Bomberman black multiplayer link. That could entertain all the kids on the whole street in one go.
ASMR Labs (2 months ago)
lol, when I played two player Golden Eye with my little brother, I put a narrow table right in front of the TV, so that one player would see the screen above the table, and one had to play under the table. Lol it worked pretty good.
Pepsy (2 months ago)
thx for mention timesplitters :D i loved that game, it was one of my favorite games which was ever made :D
Brian B. (2 months ago)
Oh man MSDOS! Good times, good times..
Epic5287 (2 months ago)
I'm 14 understood allot of these but I'm not drinking redbull
justokay107 (2 months ago)
rare made sea of thieves, i find it a very good game
Dylan Walford (2 months ago)
Well I was born in 2004 but I played alot of ps1 and ps2. Spyro was my favourite.
Paradoxial Parodies (2 months ago)
You got the WHOLE game and didn't need to buy dlc or the game of the year edition to experience the full game.
Kitty KatAms (2 months ago)
I still blow into the cartridges
Alkaris (2 months ago)
I really fucking hated it whenever I had home console and some dumbfuck walks in front of me to get past and walking through the outstretched cable that's clearly visible, instead of going around or under the cables, they just fucking walk right through it without thinking. Some people are just so dumb and do not think before they do things, and I always kept telling them _"GO AROUND ME INSTEAD OF OVER THE CABLES YOU SACK OF SHIT!"_ not in those exact words, but you get the idea.
Alkaris (2 months ago)
Split screen multiplayer was really fun, while you could do it on Goldeneye and Perfect Dark, it's harder to do it while playing games like Diddy Kong Racing, and Mario Kart 64 since you're too focused on what's going on your screen, unless of course you're playing Battle Mode, then yeah, you can play devilish schemes against the person playing next to you and mess them up. Some multiplayer maps in splitscreen can be really confusing though, for example in Goldeneye, the maps like Stacks and Complex, everything is confusing and easy to get lost. I use to set the mode to disable radar mode so you couldn't tell how close you were getting to the other player.
Cl0ckw0rkkn1ght (2 months ago)
When you think you’re going to be part of the “today” gaming culture yet really you’re not.... lol
TheKid Brazy (2 months ago)
Pokemon red/blue music in the background lol & what about needing a light so you can play ya gameboy at nite ?
Crustation Gaming (2 months ago)
Sea of thieves
KjetilK (2 months ago)
"The 90s saw PlayStation..." *illustrates point by footage from Nintendo 64 game*
Orasaki (2 months ago)
i've always loved sonic and mario games. even back then when you had either a sega genesis or super nintendo.
Michael Lacovara (2 months ago)
I refer to this generation as the woes of humanity
Gamerocker (2 months ago)
i completely understand fog and i understand talking about video game graphics with bits and i know about good disney games like ducktales and castle of illusion castle of illusion even got a really improved 3d remake and i knew about when mario and sonic were enemies and i know about rare and when they were really good i played banjo kazooie and dkc and i understand having to go to the arcade to get better graphics like in 1993 with daytona usa and blowing the cart was never the solution it was taking it out and putting it back in and also i have used command prompt before and i have played with splitscreen
Andre R (2 months ago)
Leaving your console on for hours when saving wasn't an option
HatsODoom (2 months ago)
Playing handhelds with no backlight.
UgliWizardBoii (2 months ago)
So that’s the purpose of to two part wires!!
TheDanimalFilms (2 months ago)
Hahahahha the split screen. People would screen watch all the time to get the upper hand on your whereabouts. Many standoffs. And my goodness I miss Rareware. Perfect Dark, Jet Force Gemini, I still have Banjo Kazooie and Banjo Tooie and Diddy Kong Racing. Dreamcast was ahead of its time with online capabilities, but everyone everywhere still had dial-up.
Destroyer 10 (2 months ago)
Rare is back after 17 years with sea of theives
Centaur Man15 (2 months ago)
What's with the Mario 64 multiplayer mod?
Mehron (2 months ago)
damn.. i forgot about Golden Axe lol
SuperFaex (2 months ago)
I can't believe you mentioned Little Big Adventure <3
Crews (2 months ago)
Game Genie!!!!!
bolsarian productions (3 months ago)
Hey 80s fans you wanna go over to the video store and rent some Nintendo tapes
AUSSIE DUDE (3 months ago)
Ahhh good old ms dos i miss that
pigpen (3 months ago)
Lol if you couldnt get a pc game to run in the dos days then you didn't deserve to be in the master race.
Micheal Eagles (3 months ago)
I never used cardboard, we just called eachother screen peakers.
Iain Ballas (3 months ago)
You should do one on handheld devices, including "Streetlighting", when you were in the back of a car during a long drive with your GameBoy or whatnot, which in those days did NOT have a backlit screen, so you would try to plot your pokemon attacks in the half a second of light you got from the streetlights... or if you were lucky, the car behind you would have its headlights on.
Alulim (3 months ago)
You said tie fighter but showed a screenie of x-wing, how dare you LUL
Legend Mc (3 months ago)
Adam Epp (3 months ago)
I was around during the N64 days and I don't understand using cardboard to block out parts of the screen. Who the hell actually did that? Sure, it doesn't make sense now, but it wouldn't have made sense back then, either. Something like passwords or no saving would be a lot more relatable.
RhythmOvPain (3 months ago)
Level codes. Zero real progess meaning a single fucking damn unless you left your console on for three to six weeks (FUCK YOU EMPIRE STRIKES BACK!) because you're stacked and don't want to lose your score, which was the equivalent of trophies in my day.
M Gr (3 months ago)
Not getting butthurt about the fact that you can get a "Game Over", meaning you have to restart the entire game.
FeatheryFables (3 months ago)
ugggh I remember a game Disney made a really long time ago.. it was one of the few for Donald Duck but I don't remember what it was called, I don't think it was Quack Shot but it might have been.. I was a very aggressive little girl though, I remember that much x'D Whatever game it was it used to piss me off horribly because of how often I died in it x'D
dannytheman1313 (3 months ago)
two rules when playing multiplayer back in the day, if you picked rainbow road everyone was allowed to be pissed at you for wasting an hour, and if you picked odd job everyone was allowed to punch you. Hard.
meltedplasticarmyguy (3 months ago)
I want to become a game dev and publisher hype it up so much, but have it only available on multiple cd or even better... a floppy disk and only available at "brick and mortar" stores. Everything would be strictly offline. No in-game shops or micro-transactions. Honest to god actual cheat codes and no auto saves.
The Communist (3 months ago)
im 12 i understand all of this couse i did play ps2 ps1 nintendo gameboy sp and stuff like that only when i was 7 and got a ps3
LordGimsbury (3 months ago)
you mean child gamers, no?
R T (3 months ago)
why you have to bring up Rare :'(
Eryne Jackson (3 months ago)
Good list guys!! I love it
Chiriac Puiu (3 months ago)
Removing split-screen from modern games is retarded.
Toxicity (3 months ago)
The thing with the bit naming was ditched because it didn't made any sense anymore. The Playstation 2, Xbox, Dreamcast and even the Game Cube were all 32 bit consoles, but still were sometimes called the 128 bit generation. The name scheme was taken from the architecture of the used processor. Like i said the generation after the 32/64 bit generation was a pure 32 bit generation, and the after that was mixed again (Xbox 360 and Playstation 3 with 64 bit processors, Wii and Wii U still with 32 bit processors). The actual generation has only 64 bit cpus.
Andrew Prato (3 months ago)
I remember LANing 4 Xbox consoles together running Ethernet cables to four different rooms and playing 8 vs. 8 Halo: Combat Evolved. Up stairs was red team downstairs blue team. Good times.
FillyInTheBox (3 months ago)
what the video says "gaming changed over the years" what the comment section says "im so much better because im older"
VeroMithril (3 months ago)
AnonymousKELLOG (3 months ago)
I'm 22 and I remember a lot of this stuff. Sad that gamers (some not all) now-a-days don't know how much games have progressed through the years.
Mushroomy (3 months ago)
Le old fag destroying newbies Le epic style xD
Mike Mason (3 months ago)
Idiots!! "blowing into" a cartridge wasnt the thing that caused it to work.. It wasnt the wind from the players breath that did ther trick.. it was the condensation from your breath that collected onto the contacts thus causing it to make better contact and therefore remedy the issue... Same as breathing on a mirror. If anyone still has one of the old cartridge consoles trust me and try it.. u will find that it actually works. softly "huff" into the cartridge as if you were trying to fog up a mirror then place the cartridge back into the console... It isnt because its dusty people.. its dirty and worn metal contacts. Your moist breath will serve as a temporary fix... your welcome. Your lord and savior, Mike MAson
ryan smith (3 months ago)
I was born in 2001 and I dealt with alot of this shit.
LYNX NORWAY (3 months ago)
haha when split screen we used a very thin blanket so we couldnt ghost xD
serisAK (3 months ago)
No good Disney games? KINGDOM HEARTS
C4rnif3X (3 months ago)
When "www.videogamecheatcodes" was in your IE bookmarks
Mike Hoogstraaten (3 months ago)
DOS Era -> Writing batch files to free as much memory as possible, because of the 640kb base memory limit of the PC at that time ^^
Julian (3 months ago)
the year 2000 is the last year of the 90's decade. so 2000 is still the 90's
Moses Zero (3 months ago)
Blowing does not help. Taking the game in and out rubs the contacts together and can remove buildup. I use rubbing alcohol and a q-tip on my old cartridges. Works every time. 007 Golden eye + four player + thirteen inch black and white TV = Nightmare.
funnyguy19792009 (3 months ago)
Not everything you said was entirely accurate, I remember the games before the computers, Atari, intelevision and having to go to the arcade in order to play a video game as in house consoles was not common as they just came out. I also remember the computer games for Windows 3.1 with the 5 X 7 floppies and in order to play you would have to spend a good 15 minutes typing computer code in to load the game, and coming from that Era I was amazed about the graphics for sega Saturn which was the most comparable to the arcade systems and you said that it was either sega people or Nintendo people and that is not true, several of us had both the Sega and the Nintendo as there were games that were only for one and not the other so in order to have that we had to have both. Now there were games that was made for both like Mortal Kombat and I can't lie, I preferred sega but that was the original console it was made for and it had blood which was bloody awesome. Regardless I was a kid in the candy store when it came to the introduction of Nintendo came out in the late 80's and to this day my favorite game of all time is Super Mario Bros 3. Those are my thoughts however, awesome video and thanks for making it. 😊
queenchaotica (3 months ago)
Patches were not a thing. If a game had bugs, they were there forever.
Nietez Dionísio (3 months ago)
Larry Green (4 months ago)
I hated when I was on a co-op arcade game like ninja turtles, and someone joined the game who sucked. Now they throw more enemies at us and i have to carry them to try and save my quarters
Travro (4 months ago)
-Having to look at the back of the game box was the only way to see what the gameplay looked like, which meant having the attendant at Wal Mart unlock the glass case -Figuring out GameGenie made you look like a genius -Having to "unlock" blood on the first Mortal Kombat game -Being a die hard Sega Genesis fan and trying not to be jealous of SNES graphics -Deciding whether or not to ask your parents for an Atari Jaguar, and being thankful you didn't

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