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Which Classic Video Game Character Are You?


Which Classic Video Game Character Are You?
It's amazing to see how far video games have come. If we go back to the '80s, no one could imagine how some video games started. In fact, they started with just an idea in mind with a bunch of animated pixels called sprites. These sprites, however, also include some of our best characters. For example, from Duncky Konk The Mario franchise was born. Just think about Mario Bros and even Super Mario Bros games. What about Zelda and even Sonic? We all know these characters since our childhood, and 30 years later those characters also evaluate with the technology.  Everyone's favorite portly plumber used to look like a pointy-nosed old man. Now he looks like a well-defined mustachioed hero. Character's like Princess Zelda, Kirby, and even Lara Croft, saw the same treatment. But what if you were one of those characters? Witch of the classic video game character are you? I know this iss crazy to think about that, but if we take a moment we will find that retro and classic games aren't just defined as NES and Sega Genesis anymore. Even some titles from the Playstation and Nintendo 64 eras could be considered classic by today's standards. So let's check out this little interesting quiz and see what it will say. So let see what type of video character fit the best for your personality. So this quiz will allow you to test your personality and see which retro character you best represent! Are you ready?

So check out the full quiz by visiting this page and just follow the instructions. I am pretty sure you will have some fun doing so. They will ask you some questions like What's your favorite fruit? What do you like to do on the weekend? What's your favorite color? Which words best describe you? This is just a peek of what they ask you. Again just check this out and let us know in the comments what are your results. As for myself according to my answers, my character is Sonic. So let us know, we are waiting for your comments.

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