491. Jurassic Park
Jurassic Park was a very popular movie that came out in 1993. Jurassic Park on Super Nintendo was a not as popular video game that also came out in 1993. I got a Super Nintendo the same year, and the only game I had was Super Mario All-Stars, which I got for free from a promotion Nintendo was doing. Christmas of 1993, I wanted another SNES game, and since I liked Jurassic Park, the movie, I was given Jurassic Park, the Super Nintendo game. I was excited at first, as I was welcomed to Jurassic Park and encountered many varieties of dinosaurs. However, I had no idea where to go or what to do. The game also features no save feature nor passwords, but it does feature Dolby Surround Sound. Too bad I only had a TV with RF input. Since the Visitor Center is near the starting point of the game, I would often wander the building. They say that "Ocean's exclusive REAL 3-D graphics will have you screaming... for more", but they were too REAL for me. Dinosaurs would attack me from behind, with the screen flashing red, and it'd startle and scare the crap out of me every time. I quietly wanted less, so I went back to replaying Super Mario All-Stars. I always felt guilty for barely playing the game, knowing my mom must've spent $70, in 1993 dollars, on it. I got over this guilt enough to consider selling it in 1999, but I was offered $6 for it, and then I felt guilty again. I kept the game. In 2013, I thought "I'm going to finally beat Jurassic Park on Super Nintendo!" With the Nintendo Power coverage and some maps I got online, I cleared the game. I felt accomplished. I had conquered my childhood fears. I did it for you, Mom.