23 Sneaky Things That Everyone Who Played Videogames In The 90s Did
No Oddjobs please.
Made a friend use your weird unofficial player two controller, that you only bought because it was cheaper.
Picked Oddjob on Goldeneye multiplayer.
And vented hard after failing a singleplayer escort mission one too many times.
Locked the butler in the fridge in Tomb Raider 2.
Nicked a win with a last minute shell on Mario Kart 64.
Or took a shortcut, but then didn't tell anyone else how to find it.
Tried your damndest to ditch Tails in Sonic 2.
Threw the baby penguin off a cliff in Super Mario 64.
Nicked a friend's copy of Nintendo Power for the walkthrough.
Gave Gary a childishly ridiculous name when playing Pokemon.
Used a cheat cartridge for that *extra boost*.
Gave a less game-savvy family member a control pad that wasn't connected and told them they're playing.
Used the Konami Code to mainline Contra.
Hogged all the goodies playing Streets of Rage.
Recited this horrible catchphrase on the playground, assuming you were a SEGA baby.
Nicked batteries from the television remote to power your Gameboy.
Button mashed enemies to death with Eddie Gordo in Tekken 3.
In fact, you probably just spammed the same move over and over again in any fighting game.
Then after all that button mashing, you promised your friend you wouldn't to use a fatality... before immediately using a fatality.
Caused havoc camping with the AWP sniper rifle in Counter Strike.
Gave in to gamer rage and broke your friends stuff.
And finally, you definitely screen peeked.
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