Mine was star wars racer for the nintendo 64. I didn't finish the game since it got insanely hard by around the end I guess. I was about 4 or something at the time and I was pretty good at the game despite that I never played it. I got through the first race without crashing anything. I just went straight to the end. My mom and my brother couldn't even get started. I don't even remember if they even taught me how to play the game. Then there was this one puzzle game my moms friend was having trouble with and I didn't even know what I was doing and I was making progress with it through trial and error. So basically I just had luck on my side when playing it. I think my second game was Kirby for the 64. I got to the final boss and just quit because he was too god damn hard. Then the first game I completed was.. eh, from what I can remember, it was spyro season of flames for the GBA and I loved that game. One of the first real complicated games I've completed was Kingdom hearts CoM for the GBA. I wasn't even trying. I was just pressing the save old buttons through the entire game(I believe). I did rearrange my setup at times but it was just fooling around. I wonder what level I was at by the final boss. I can't remember. I was 11 back then. Now I'm 18. The first game my brother completed was driver 2 for the PSX. Me and my mom and him were always playing that game finding secrets and such. Ah, those were good times. Its too bad these days people want rated M games because of the high violence and realistic shit.. Thats one reason why I'm worried about getting kids because of all the shit thats going on in technology. Usernames, games they will play, etc. You can't have them grow on old games because once they reach school, people might tease him and cause my life to turn around in hell.. heh, I dont need to get kids.