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<---- To the left.



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marinamari

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Mario Bros, the best! BTW, I have never end this game  :sleep:



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NES: Shadowgate, Bubble Bobble and Street Gangs

 

Sega Mega Drive: Sunset Riders and Shining in the Darkness

 

Game Boy: Super Mario Land 2: 6 Golden Coins and Link´s Awakening

 

PC: CyClones and Red Baron (DOS)



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Star Wars Galaxies (2003)



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Star Wars Galaxies (2003)

It´s that old now? Blimey :P

 

My best Star Wars game is Rebellion :)



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Incredible toon machine. Too addicting and awesome. Im still play it for this year 2016. Im pretty sure i spent more than 3000 hours on that game.

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Pirates (C64), Dungeon Master (Amiga), Wing Commander/Privateer, Freelancer

<-- Seyda Neen :-)  Morrowind


Edited by seyda666, 19 May 2016 - 10:54 AM.


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Chrono Trigger and FF7 

 

Morrowind - nothing beats it!



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Mechwarrior 3.

 

You basically custom fitted your entire 'mech (and later in the campaign, your entire lance's 'mechs) between every mission. Sorting through your accumulated salvage to tweak your 'mech(s) into the ultimate machines throughout the campaign was incredibly addicting.

 

Hint: Pulse lasers. ALWAYS pulse lasers...



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Carmageddon

I know for a fact I destroyed two keyboards and a HDD through shear over-use while playing this game. I still remember walking down to the computer software shop to buy it with cash [Yes, Millenials, people used to actually walk to shops where they sold computer games on physical media called Compact Discs. Amazing!]. I ended up catching a train back home and a guy opposite me in a booth exclaimed how jealous he was that I was holding a copy of the game. [I was reading the booklet - Yes Millenials, computer games used to come with pre-printed things called Game Manuals! There was no internet back then, affordable anyway.]

I still have that Carmageddon CD, jewel case, box, manual and the receipt of sale.

 

Oh, forgot about Star Wars: Dark Forces! 1995-96, nothing else was played.


Edited by kraag, 01 June 2016 - 07:18 AM.





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