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post #11 of 41 (permalink) Old 02-20-2009, 09:18 PM
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Wow Flick, Masters of orion 2? Such a great game! I remember playing that one for hours.

My favs are Half-Life, Half-Life 2, Counterstrike, L4D. All Valve games are epic.

For rpgs, Baldurs Gate, Neverwinter Nights so on and so on.
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TF2, Crysis, Tiger Woods 2008.
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Wow Flick, Masters of orion 2? Such a great game! I remember playing that one for hours.

My favs are Half-Life, Half-Life 2, Counterstrike, L4D. All Valve games are epic.

For rpgs, Baldurs Gate, Neverwinter Nights so on and so on.
Baldur's Gate definitely took up a lot of my time.

Of modern games, Half Life certainly takes the cake.

I'm old school when it comes to games. I have fond memories of Ultrabots from the early 90's. Mechwarrior ruled my days in the late 80's early 90's as well.

Man that stuff takes me back. Did anyone else out there ever get to go to Battletech? It was an arcade at the mall which had real pilot pods you could get in and play a mech game. You could print out your results sheets and everything. I ruled that place late nights in the mall when I was a teen.
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First Soul Reaver PS1
Little Big Planet PS3
Drakan: Ancient's Gate PS1 (Massive, little known Dragon Riding Adventure/RPG)
First Mercenaries PS2

EDIT: Forgot to throw Dragon Quest XIII in there, that was a fucking amazing game.

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Wow I remember Drakan from my first PC I ever had. Never played the newer one on PS1.

I don't know what my favorite games are. Zelda: Ocarina of Time would definitely be up there. I get Madden about every other year, same with Tiger Woods.
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no one said fallout 3

nothing even comes remotely close to taht game.

08 game of the year (360)

cant wait for pittsburg

oh and who cares for multiplayer. You cant base a game on its multiplayer gameplay.
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oh and who cares for multiplayer. You cant base a game on its multiplayer gameplay.
My guess would be people who like multiplayer would care for multiplayer, and they probably take it into account when deciding how good the game is.
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Fallout 3 is an epic game, aswell as oblivion.

On my sega genesis I remember playing things like sonic, contra, bubsy, haha fun game alltogether.
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Ehh...Landstalker, Fallout 2, Phantasy Star 2, Dragon Warrior 3.

Much like my taste in music, my taste in videogames pretty much doesn't recognize anything post 96.
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my taste in videogames pretty much doesn't recognize anything post 96.
That's because all the old games had heart. Too many games today are all flash and no thunder.

I forgot to mention the Space Quest series. Those games probably had more influence on my weird sense of humor than anything else except Mystery Science Theater. Plus, those games helped me tone my perfect Gary Owens impersonation.
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