Super Mario Bros. and Duck Hunt defined my early childhood. This was the mid to late 90s, mind you, and I only had the system because my dad bought it shortly before I was born (which I assume stemmed from a last-minute attempt to recapture some sort of childhood before his first kid was born! ) but it was great. I only had those two NES games then, and I got a SNES when I was about 6, and played games mostly on that...but I still regularly (if not religiously) played Super Mario Bros. and Duck Hunt. When I got to be a teenager I re-discovered the NES and, because of the Internet, got to look up games more and got, from The Exchange, Mega Man 2, Ice Climbers, and Donkey Kong. My mind was really blown when I found out there was a Mario 2 and 3 for the NES...2 was good and 3 was ridiculously great (still wish I had played that in my childhood). The Original Zelda...found that later in High School, and it was like being a little kid all over again. Great system, great games, even better memories...the start of many amazing systems by Nintendo!