RF Generation.  The Classic and Modern Gaming Databases.RF Generation.  The Classic and Modern Gaming Databases.

New on the Blogs
Hot Community Blog Entries
Nielsen's Favorites on Channel 4
RF Generation Message Board Welcome, Guest. Please login or register.
Did you miss your activation email?
November 19, 2019, 07:43:33 AM
Home Help Search Calendar Member Map Arcade Login Register
News: RF Generation: Where we play the Power Pad with our feet, not our hands, dagnabbit!

RF Generation Message Board | Gaming | Video Game Generation | Introduce yourself please 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic. « previous next »
Pages: 1 ... 9 10 [11] 12 13 ... 97 Print
Author Topic: Introduce yourself please  (Read 202289 times)
TraderJake
Lord of the Forum
Director
*****
United States
Posts: 5237


WWW Stats
« Reply #150 on: August 02, 2006, 04:46:21 PM »

Howdy! On behalf of the RF Generation Staff I welcome you and every one else that's new to our little community. Stick around, say hi, post, be active! All is welcome here at RF generation.

Just to keep these things together though, I am going to merge this into a preexisting thread for introductions, hope that is not too much of a problem.
Logged

Hello World.
Kevincal
Donor
*****
United States
Posts: 969
Awards: RFG Promoter



 Stats

Champion of
  
« Reply #151 on: August 02, 2006, 05:11:37 PM »

Hi all! Newbie checking in... great place you have here!

I'm Rebecca, 26, from DeLand, FL (a bit to the west of Daytona). First system as a very young kid was the Intellivision, and though that one is gone over the years got a NES, Sega Master System, Genesis, about every type of Game Boy, N64, and Gamecube. FINALLY got around this month to getting a PS2, so now looking to add PS and PS2 games. My collections are very small; my favorites tend to be classic RPG's. I especially love my GBA SP, partly because of some of the remakes of great classics that have come out for the GBA. In addition to video games, love fishing, golf, watching football, reading, and traveling.

It's always great to get another women gamer and even better yet, a women collector!?!?  That's awesome.  Wink
Logged

Cherish the most important things in life, your health & family.
Kevincal
Donor
*****
United States
Posts: 969
Awards: RFG Promoter



 Stats

Champion of
  
« Reply #152 on: August 02, 2006, 05:13:10 PM »

Welcome udisi and justabum.  Smiley 
Logged

Cherish the most important things in life, your health & family.
The Metamorphosing Leon
Laying on the green leaf, left and abandoned...
Donor
*****
United States
Posts: 9496


WWW Stats
« Reply #153 on: August 02, 2006, 07:22:25 PM »

Are we going to start greeting now?
Logged

When shall his new form be revealed?
Arrrhalomynn
Beep beep! Boop boop!
Co-Founder
*****
Netherlands
Posts: 3214


WWW Stats
« Reply #154 on: August 02, 2006, 07:33:01 PM »


 
Please stick to introductions only in this topic.  If you'd like to respond to somebody else's introduction, click on their username and follow the "Send this user a private message" link at the bottom of their profile.  It's a great feature to use for introduction topics as well as other personal questions or comments directed at a single user.
Logged
octbane
Tiger Gizmondo

United States
Posts: 3

 Stats

Champion of
 
« Reply #155 on: August 03, 2006, 02:33:32 PM »

Hey there, I'm Octbane. I'm mostly using this site for listing my collection ( not yet fully posted here), but at times I'll talk on here, too. I'm gonna be 16 in 7 days (yay!) and live in Michigan.  That's about it for now.
Logged
Atariboy
N-Gage
*
Posts: 34

 Stats
« Reply #156 on: August 03, 2006, 10:04:27 PM »

Hey just like to say thanks for making a place for me to list many of my games online and Im just starting to get the hang of posting and listing games.

I was born in November 23, 1972 in New York City's Bellevue Hospital at 4:15AM on Thanksgiving Day. And if you can't do the math right Im 33.

Anyway here's my "Video Game Life Time Line"

1972: Born in NYC, Atari was open for the first time with Pong.
1976: Mom gave me Atari Super Pong.
1977: Got the Atari Video Computer System for my B-day from Mom.
1979: Uncle gave me all the Odyssey units he had from first to Odyssy 2.
1980: One of my mom's friend got me the Intellivision and 4 games.
1982: The first 2600 game I got was Barzerk. My aunt got me the 5200.
1983: The last two console mom got me was the Colecovision & Vectrex.
1984: Got alot of used pong units from the flea market in Brooklyn.
1985: The first console I got by my self was the Nintendo NES with Rob.
1986: Found Famicom with 20 games in China town.
1987: Got Master System, Atari 7800 & XE. Also found more old consoles.
1989: Sega Genesis, Gameboy, Lynx, Plus got lots of 2600 games for .99
1990: Game Gear, dad and uncle got me the Neo-Geo and two game.
1991: Super NES, found more old units Arcadia 2001/Telstar/Channel F.
1992: CD-I , more old games like 2600/5200/7800 carts 4 for a dollar.
1993: 3DO, Jag, and got more imports in downtown like Super Famicom.
1995: Saturn, VirtalBoy, PS1, plus found lots of used carts & units.
1996: Got both Japanese and US N64.
1997: Metal Gear Solid is my all time fav PS1 game EVER!
1998: Got the Japanese Dreamcast.
1999: Got the US Dreamcast on 9.9.99
2000: Y2K came and left, still alive, plus got the PS2 both Japanese & US.
2001: Got the Gamecube both Japanese and US units. And the Xbox.
2002: I got my own plase to live in Brooklyn. Good for me now!
2004: Last game unit I got sofar is the GBA SP (NES Classic)
2005: The PS2 (smaller unit), PSP and DS.

MAN!! That takes me back some memory. Good times, good times.

Anyway Il posted some images of some of my collections if anyone like to see them.^_^
Logged
NintendoMania1983
Tiger Gizmondo

United States
Posts: 6

 Stats
« Reply #157 on: August 05, 2006, 02:29:14 AM »

Hi. I'm Aaron, and I live near Seattle, WA. I was looking for a new place to catalog my collection, then I read about this place over at Digital Press (I'm VG_Maniac there as well).

I've been playing video games since I was 4 or 5. I started out playing an NES and Super Mario Bros. at my cousin's house sometime in 1988. I instantly fell in love with video games and finally got my own NES for Christmas 1989.  Although I have been buying and playing games since then, I didn't really start "collecting" until 2003. Anyway, as I mentioned...I'm mostly here to catalog my games. However, I might hang around the forums a little bit too.
Logged
DogBoneNES
N-Gage
*
Posts: 11


 Stats
« Reply #158 on: August 07, 2006, 12:30:54 PM »

Hi, I'm Tim, I live in Waco, Texas. I was introduced to this place by Captain Nintendo himself. I heard about it for quite some time. I recently started collecting NES games again and I thought this would be a nice place to get into it.

I grew up in the middle of the 80's, my first computer was the C64, my first console system was the Sega Master System. My first NES was in 1987. Overall my favorite systems would have to be, NES, SMS, DC, Saturn, PSX, N64, SNES, N64, TG16, and Genesis. Yet I adore the NES Top Loader by far because of it's sleak design and the fact how solid it's built Smiley (I dont even mind the RF signal)

These new systems don't really put much in front of me, sure it's tempting to have all the newest stuff. Yet there's a treasure chest of classics awaiting us all. Plus now that some of us are older and wiser about what games we have missed, it's been the greatest decade to come back to it all. Heck to be honest, I never owned a Turbo Grafx 16 before and I hope someday to own one in this time.
Logged

Kevincal
Donor
*****
United States
Posts: 969
Awards: RFG Promoter



 Stats

Champion of
  
« Reply #159 on: August 08, 2006, 12:39:28 AM »

Are we going to start greeting now?

Well, why not? lol
Logged

Cherish the most important things in life, your health & family.
Kevincal
Donor
*****
United States
Posts: 969
Awards: RFG Promoter



 Stats

Champion of
  
« Reply #160 on: August 08, 2006, 12:40:22 AM »


 
Please stick to introductions only in this topic.  If you'd like to respond to somebody else's introduction, click on their username and follow the "Send this user a private message" link at the bottom of their profile.  It's a great feature to use for introduction topics as well as other personal questions or comments directed at a single user.

Meh, that's from 2004 anyway...Isn't kinda rediculous to not allow saying "welcome" to new members? lol
Logged

Cherish the most important things in life, your health & family.
Tynstar
Achievement Whore
DB Editor
****
United States
Posts: 15616


 Stats
« Reply #161 on: August 08, 2006, 10:09:06 AM »

Welcome to all the new memeber and the rebel Kevincal!
Logged

TraderJake
Lord of the Forum
Director
*****
United States
Posts: 5237


WWW Stats
« Reply #162 on: August 08, 2006, 10:21:42 AM »

Meh, that's from 2004 anyway...Isn't kinda rediculous to not allow saying "welcome" to new members? lol

My God, you dare to strike the Ire of Mark?

PS: Welcome everyone that is new to the site.

*/Thread reverts to being an introductions thread/*
Logged

Hello World.
Kevincal
Donor
*****
United States
Posts: 969
Awards: RFG Promoter



 Stats

Champion of
  
« Reply #163 on: August 08, 2006, 10:23:57 AM »

Welcome to all the new memeber and the rebel Kevincal!

HAHA Cheesy
Logged

Cherish the most important things in life, your health & family.
Kevincal
Donor
*****
United States
Posts: 969
Awards: RFG Promoter



 Stats

Champion of
  
« Reply #164 on: August 08, 2006, 10:24:32 AM »

Meh, that's from 2004 anyway...Isn't kinda rediculous to not allow saying "welcome" to new members? lol

My God, you dare to strike the Ire of Mark?

PS: Welcome everyone that is new to the site.

*/Thread reverts to being an introductions thread/*

That's the spirit!  Wink
Logged

Cherish the most important things in life, your health & family.
Pages: 1 ... 9 10 [11] 12 13 ... 97 Print 
« previous next »
Jump to:  


Login with username, password and session length

Powered by MySQL Powered by PHP Powered by SMF 1.1.21 | SMF © 2015, Simple Machines
Simple Audio Video Embedder

RF Generation Theme derived from YabbGrey By Nesianstyles | Buttons by A.M.A
Valid XHTML 1.0! Valid CSS!
Page created in 0.139 seconds with 23 queries.
Site content Copyright © rfgeneration.com unless otherwise noted. Oh, and keep it on channel three.