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General

What is the best game on each console?

Atari 2600: Pitfall 2

NES: Super Mario Bros 3

Master System: Phantasy Star

SNES: Chrono Trigger

Genesis: Sonic the Hedgehog 2

Turbographx-16: Super Street Fighter II

Gameboy: Pokemon Red & Blue

Game Gear: Sonic Chaos

Atari Jaguar: Doom

Nintendo 64: Zelda Ocarina of Time

PS1: Final Fantasy IX

Saturn: Virtua Fighter 2

Gamecube: Super Smash Bros Melee

Dreamcast: Soul Calibur

Xbox: Halo 2

PS2: Metal Gear Solid 2

Gameboy Advance: Golden Sun

Wii: Super Mario Galaxy 2

Nintendo DS: Grand Theft Auto Chinatown Wars

PSP: God of War Chains of Olympus

Xbox 360: Gears of War 2

PS3: Uncharted 2

3DS: Super Mario 3D Land

Vita: Persona 4 Golden

Xbox One: Red Dead Redemption 2

PS4: God of War

Switch: Zelda Breath of the Wild

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Tech

Which laptop brands are the best and worst? Why?

So, qualification for myself, I collect computers and laptops especially:

My favorite laptop brands:

-ThinkPads. I own like 4 of them. Seriously they are awesome, the older Lenovos and IBMs tend to be better though. The ThinkPad X61 is my personal fav. The ThinkPad 25 which i also own below is my daily driver:

-Dell Latitude. Similar to ThinkPads, but the new ones come with the nifty InfinityEdge display and tons of Thunderbolt 3 ports. Haven’t had an issue with any of them yet.

-Alienware. Yeah, I used to think they were overpriced, but surprisingly they are well made. They use aluminum and magnesium for their builds which is better quality than the Asus ROG / MSI / Acer Predator ones which use plastic usually. I’ve been using the same Alienware for almost 2 years, everyday its been left on, for VR / gaming etc and had no issues

-Apple. Yeah, I’m not a big fan of Apple in general, but I don’t doubt their Macbooks are well built and look really clean and stylish. The new Macbook Pros I do not recommend for professionals (go for a Dell XPS or ThinkPad X1 instead) but they make great consumer laptops (I know, it’s “Pro” but its actually an upgraded Mac Air)

-Microsoft. Their Surface Pros and SurfaceBooks are excellent. They are taking design cues from Apple and some like the SurfaceBook are just straight up innovative. I used to use the X1 Yoga as my convertible but the SurfaceBook 2 is now my main convertible. detachable, convertible, dedicated graphics, 3:2 display with high ppi (in my ranking its the third best screen I ever had right behind the MacBook Pro and X1 Yoga with OLED), stylish, and portable.