Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by goliath, Dec 30, 2013.
Shadowgate for NES
Nice avatar. I heart Mr. Bungle.
Also, the internet is not big enough for a list of my favorite childhood games. Let's just say I liked a lot of the good ones, and some of the bad ones too.
SD Gundam GX (liked it enough that I bought Super Famicom and the game on ebay for $300+ in late PS2 era [because emulation for it was broken due to some special chip it used])
Warcraft (used to go into friend's house to play when they were not at home)
Command and Conquer
Anything later I wouldn't have experienced during my childhood.
Out of all the games everyone has listed, I haven't encountered atleast one person to have listed ROADRASH as on of their favorites...........wasn't it good enough for any of you???
It was prolly the first game i had ever played and have loved it until now
I was in college when road rash was out .
I am old enough to have played the og pong in the actual unit my aunts bf had it and got to borrow it and play it for a weekend.
never got an atari it was too expensive for us so i had my hand held games which was not unusual at the time.
think i got a c64 when i was in 6th grade, upgraded to a 128d when i was in 8th grade or early hs.
of the sega years road rash would be up there with sonic, mortal combat, twisted metal, sega nhl games were epic.
Some more I forgot to mention:
Soldier Of Fortune & Soldier Of Fortune Double Helix
Tekken, Tekken 2 & Tekken 3
Worms, Worms 2, Worms 3D
Teenages Mutant Hero Turtles
Sonic, Sonic & Knuckles
Streets Of Rage, Streets Of Rage 2 & 3
Wrath Of The Demon
1)Max Payne 1
2)Fighting force(first out for PS1 later for PC)
3)War craft-reign of chaos
oh sorry, i overlooked that one
Super Cobra (ColecoVision 1983)
Oh boy, there was so many games.. I guess gaming used to be more fun back then, as these days it seems almost nothing is good enough.
- SimCity for MS-Dos and later SimCity 2000
- Duke 3D
- Warcraft 2
- C&C: Red Alert
- Zelda 2
- Mega Man 2
- Contra 1/2
- Duck Tales 1&2
- Super Mario 1 & 3
- Super Mario World
- Killer Instinct
- Street Fighter 2
- Turtles in Time
- Crash Bandicoot
- Resident Evil 1
- Final Fantasy 7
It seems quite many here have also console "background". I never had any consoles :/
Which I guess has deeply impacted what games I liked, and still like.
Really I don't know where to begin, there are many games which really hold some fantastic times for me from way way back, here are a few.
Wrath Of The Demon
Prince of Persia
spy hunter, skool days.
the legend of zelda series
legacy of kain series
vampire the masquerade redemption
c&c red alert
and im ending the list now because ill finish next year literally
Some of us like myself cba to do it especially when these kinda threads popup like literally all the time.
Just for the record...
3 out of about 3000.
Wings of Fury
Winter, Summer & California Games
Firepower - It took me a while to find this one, me and my friends used to call it just 'Tank'.
I think Digger and Pirates! were the first games I played in 'full' 16 colors
Hey, nice thread!
LOL. Being a relatively 'old person', there were no video games when I was a child, but the nostalgia for me would be (in no particular order):
Star Wars Dark Forces (First game I ever played)
Shogun Total War
Medieval Total War
Doom (1 & 2)
Duke Nukem 3D
Unreal Tournament (The original)
Clive Barker's Undying
Probably quite a few more, but can't think of 'em right now. I'm off to a party.
Happy New Year all.
When I was a child (1963) I played "guns" with my friends in the neighborhood. We would get together in one kid's garage and divide into two groups, then go off in opposite directions and begin our attacks. Each side had a map of the local area that included great places to hide or set an ambush. There was also important information such as which yard or house had a mean dog to avoid. Today this would probably get all of us sent to some juvenille facility or shot by police due to the realism of our guns. I had a Bazooka that I brought to school for show-and-tell. Imagine that! Seems like a different world compared to today.