That is a hard question. I don't know how many hours I've put into Galaga and Galaxian but I think I'm gonna say Dig-Dug. the original Dig-Dug not Dig-Dug 2, it was good but no where near as good as Dig-Dug.
What is your favorite card game with a standard deck of cards?
I'm not sure I understand the question. I have seen the first 3 episodes of LWA and lost momentum. I have seen all 7 seasons of Lawyer Friendly Equines tho. LWA is pretty adorable tho. I might pick it up again.
I like Street Fighter 2, never tried 3, Didn't care for 4 but it also wasn't bad, and I haven't tried 5 yet; so I doubt my opinion on Street Fighter or Tekken is very accurate.
I would like to say I like Street Fighter better but I have only played a couple hours of Tekken, and I don't even know which one it was.
I like Street Fighter 2 because (at least with the computers) it isn't about long difficult combos. It is about positioning and guessing what your opponent is going to do next.
Looking back, what is the worst video game you played as a kid?
I think the worst game I played that I remember is the PS1 movie tie-in game Rugrats in Paris: The Movie. While I enjoyed it as a kid because I didn't know any better, looking at it in hindsight makes it an obvious hodge podge of mini-games mixed together for the sake of wasting time with no real end goal in sight.
What's the most underrated or unknown game you played as a kid?
Based on the statistics I'll have to say FIGHTING! I have 32 hours on Undertale and Necrodancer, 370 hours on Town of Salem, but, 536 hours on Skullgirls. Anything that involves combat in some way I can usually gravitate towards (I can be a very violent person).
I try to play all of the characters and form some of my own opinions and then I end up playing three of my favorites. If I care about the game enough I will look up a tier list and find that my favorites are high mid tier usually. with the exception of Kirby in Melee.
Who do you main in all of the fighting games you play?