My First Video Game

My First Video Game
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  • zzz
  • rawr
  • *yawn*
  • Glad that's over and done with.
  • do, do-do, do-do, bam
  • What... is that.
  •  My first video game was on an old GameCube system. While I was in bed my dad was setting up the GameCube which IS my only hand me down from my brother who during the time was 13, 10 years older than me. I'm actually 13 as I'm typing this. 
  • pew pew pew
  • this is amazing
  • My dad actually woke me up because of his anger when he was trying to set it up next to my TV in my bedroom. When he finally got it done he went downstairs and watched my favorite movie on Netflix, I don't remember what the name was :{ 
  • Nnnoooooooo
  • Not today
  • I woke up and strangely almost on instinct started messing with the buttons on the GameCube and the controller. And surprisingly my 3 year old self managed to figure out how all the buttons worked on both the controller and the GameCube itself.
  • Yes
  • Glad I survived.
  • I was either playing Call of Duty or a spin off version. I figured out rather quickly how to jump, crouch, shoot, aim, and run. It started out with you playing as a soldier on a boat and once you get to shore you have turrets shooting you down.
  • I got frustrated because the turrets were out of range, and I didn't know that we had to blow up the barrier of sand bags and barbed wire. My dad heard me from downstairs and once he saw me he took the disk out and hid it on top of the fridge.
  • He told me to play or do anything else, so I decided to play another game called PitFall. You play as a young and ambitious explorer that crash lands on an island. Your objective is to uncover the secrets of the island and save all the other survivors. That one day made me a full on gamer, and I'm happy for it. *cringe*
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