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what is everyone fav game.and/or console

danzil

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what i would really be interested in is what everyones favourite game is and what year you played it in,and what platform....
meaning=what was your best every game.
what did you play it on,,,,snes,mega drive,amiga,pc, etc
and how old where you and what year you played it in.


one of my favourites was....sonic on megadrive 1 (original) it was built in....10
also streets of rage 2 on the mega drive.16
and the lates..rainbow six vegas on my home built pc..26

what is anyone elses..

interested
danzil
 
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I love my wii! but lack of gaming is a problem! I managed to get one at the beginning of january. My main reason was just for mario galaxy and mario kart! Can't wait for these to come out!
 

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It's not really a platform per se... but I really enjoy the online room escape games such as the "Submachine" series and "Crimson room" and other similar point and click games like "Hazul."
 

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help4me

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bumping this fine thread as i would like to read more of y'all's opinions :)
 

Seth

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Atari 2600, but mostly because of nostalgia.

I also miss the variety of games on the Commodore 64.

I don't like complicated games, so the console epitome for me was the original Nintendo.
 

JEBWrench

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Bump for great justice.

Favourite game: Myst (the entire series, even Exile. :p)

Favourite console: PC if that counts, but if not, the SNES always did it best in my book.

Worst game I ever played (because that's a fun discussion too): Probably an NES game called Sqoon. Yes, I spelled that right. It was a side scrolling 'smup set underwater, I think.

Worst console ever used: I still don't like the XBox. And I doubt anything's going to make me change my mind about that giant block. :p
 

Seth

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Wolfeymole said:
This cost me £100 back in 1977.
I begged, borrowed, and probably stole for the ATARI 2600..but I got it.

Best memory:

I could program in Basic back then. The local department store had an Atari 2600 on display, I programmed it to display "Press any key to continue". At which point the customer would press a key to result in the most god awful high pitched sound that could be heard to the other end of the store.

I would watch from a distance and keel over with laughter. Ah yes, good times.
 

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A doctor in New York state has already coined the term "Wiiitis" after playing Wii tennis for a couple hours, his arm started hurting.


Truly, an expert in the field.