Alex kidd aside, because it was built in, it was my namesake - Kung Fu Kid! Got it in Glasgow at a small games shop down the road from my Grans house. Holds some good memories for me coz I remember having to wait for hours at my grans house with it before I could go home and play it! That was 17 years ago, 12 years since my gran died now, how time flies!
I got my SMS with nothing built in...didn't even get controllers, had to go buy those...but it came with a Quickshot and the Phaser, along with Gangster Town and an Astro Warrior cart stuck in a Wonder Boy box. Ended up buying a cart of Wonder Boy so the box wasn't lonely. First game I got apart from the system was, I think, Shanghai, which stands as one of my personal faves. First game I got in trade was Phantasy Star, which I got complete for my complete NES Final Fantasy. Well worth the trade too
When i got my SMS , i was so burnd to play that i did not read any instructions. After a while i noticed a paper in my SMS box that there where 2 games built in. That was the SMS 1 and it was hang on and the maze game. Over happy i was LOL But the wonderboy the drago... was and stil is my top SMS game. I got Ys also from my mom and dad but i was too young to understand the game. I sheard it whit an other game in the store. I dont remember wich game it was.
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My first console game was wonderboy III the dragons trap. And im STILL playing it!!! SORRY FOR MY WRITING MESTAKES , I'M DUTCH , lol
My first (both played and owned) was Kenseiden. I was lucky enough to have a friend that didn't go completely bonkers over the NES like everyone else I knew did, and got himself an SMS instead. Kenseiden was one of the first games he got for it, and when he got tired of it, he sold it to me (just as I got a PBC for my Genesis). I still have it too.
Definitely a good game to start with. That was actually one of the first I played the whole way through when I finally picked up my SMS.
It was 1998 my father was in the hospital waiting for a lung transplant and that is where i got my genesis/segacd i loved the way sega did games nothing can compare to the. genesis and what it did also my father died in the hospital waiting for his transplant
Currently Playing: Penguin Land, Phantasy Star, Tennis Ace Last Game Beaten: Parlour Games