Discussion in 'Games, Gaming & Game-demos' started by Steven Hone, Dec 9, 2007.
I would say
Mortal Kombat Ultimatum
My god I still remember buying it at Wal-Mart. Such beautiful memories.
Return to Castle of Wolfestein
I started off playing Wolfenstien 3D. I never had the chance to play Doom back in those days because my mom would not let me play it (blood/gore/etc). I soon got into Lucas Arts' X-wing and then later, Tie Fighter - still my favourite simulator. I played the heck out of those games until my family got rid of our computer (our computer was given to my dad for work purposes and after my dad switched job sites, we had to give it back). I got back into PC Gaming when my friend got the first Rainbow Six. It was so amazing to me that I became obsessed with getting a new computer in order to play such new games, which I never got until about 2001/2002. Now I'm married and living on my own, so I can buy what I want.
Yes! That game was awesome, given it came in a freaking cereal box.
Doom 2. Then Return to Castle Wolfenstein.
A real PC?
Well, the one that came free with Windows 95.
The first real game I remember, maybe the Fallout demo.
Quake 1 baby, ahh memorys
For me it was X-Wing,man i wish they would re make it with current gen graphics.
on my 386 dx40
Wing commander heart of the tiger was the reason i bought a 486 dx4 100 with 8 meg of ram and a 15 in crt. cost heaps in those days
games where so good back then
Star Wars: Dark Forces 2. :nerd:
FEAR with my 3200+ and my 7600gt...
Half-Life 2. Yeah I got started late. I try to play some of the classics though to see what I missed. Currently playing Deus Ex and Warcraft 3.
*Although I did play Oregon Trail down at the library.
All started with Half-Life
NFS series, god how I use to play those games so much.
Quake 2 - Pentium 200Mhz. ATI rage 4MB onboard. Then UT99 - Pentium 2 - 233Mhz ATI AIW 32MB (or 16MB forgot). and didn't really play any game after that until UT2K4. Now mainly playing UT3.
well i had friends with pcs played wolf 3d, doom omg, but my first game that forced me to go out upgrade my home pc and spend too many work nights up till 3 and 4 am fragging friends and enemies was quake 2 after my supervisor at work informed me i must go out and buy quake 2 and play it and what a noob i was if i did not.
Hero's Quest made by Sierra on a 286 with 1MB RAM and a 20MB HDD, still had a monoscreen hehe. 2nd image here is the remake in full VGA, 256 colours.
red alert 1; gg
Castle Wolfenstein in 1994, then Quake2, then what really got me going was Return to Castle Wolfenstein.
my gameing started almost 20 years ago with a comodore64 but I barely remember the exact name of the games... I remember that I played Altered Beast it was on 3 tapes and game over was a pain I also played sport games that costed me 5 joysticks...
my PC gameing sarted 17 years ago with a 386 40mhz
if I remember well first games were:
- grand prix
- golden axe
- fury of the furiest