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Discussion in 'General Gaming' started by M76, Jul 22, 2016.
Occasionally my friends drag me back into WoW. lol it lasts for about a week.
MVP Baseball 2005. Last and best baseball game made by EA. Controls are the best. Timing and aiming that bat are what makes it still fun to this day!
I still miss the High Heat Major League Baseball games. I played the last one, HHMLB 2004, right up to 2009 with usermod roster and stat updates.
Shadowrun on Genesis
oh my... lets see... Pong.. All the Dooms except the newest one... All the Quakes.. Serious Sam all of them.. All the Fallouts .. All the Half-Life's , All the PainKillers... Postal 2, Strange little game called Redline.. ROT and new version of ROT. Dont laugh too hard but all the You Don't Know Jack series.. All the Elder Scrolls except the first 2. And in a sale I got Unreal Gold, Unreal Tournament 2004 and Unreal Tournament game of the year and unreal Tournament 3: Black Edition.
Its sooo good being retired.. lots of time and nothing to do ... Sheesh I just turned 65 this last sunday..
^ you play all of those games more than once per every few months since release?
I'm guessing 99% of the folks in this thread didn't read the OP
Console: The Legend of Zelda.
PC: Star Control.
I had consoles way before I could afford a computer, so I grew up on the NES
Metroid and Castlevania on the NES (メトロイド and 悪魔城ドラキュラ on the FDS), both released in 1986. I do a yearly run of both those and their SNES sequels Super Metroid and Super Castlevania IV, though I'm much better at Metroid than Castlevania. :/
Tony LaRussa Baseball 2 circa 1993 via Dosbox. Play it at least once a week. Hitting homers as Mike Trout vs the best pitchers of 1993 is fun!
Seriously Mattel football 2! Amazon.com: Mattel Classic Football 2 Game: Toys & Games
I suspect as much. On a blog I used to visit they have a recurring post about quote of the week. And each week people post their nominations in the comments, and next week they select the three most popular ones. And each time the blog post contains the warning "These are last weeks favorites, don't nominate these this week as they're obsolete" Still every week there is at least one stupid motherfucker who will choose one from that three.
Soldier of Fortune, yeah just fire it up once in a while for nastalgac purposes but I have been running through Home World.
I'd like to see if there is a way I can play Faxandu on the PC.
Archon and M.U.L.E. on the C64. (I have a stack of real C64s in my basement, but I play on VICE these days. Just so much easier...) Especially when I've been drinking which is usually when my friends and I decide we need to play these games.
I find myself playing X-COM: Ufo Defense in DOS box every once in awhile.
I play Veil of Darkness, Al Qadim, Ultimas, Bloodnet, etc. in DOSBox from time to time. (among others of course) I do love a good DOS era game.
Fisticuffs, NYE we switch off the lights, then remove our clothes then we whistle and slap on another whilst shouting Happy we only play it on NYE
Axis & Allies, BF2, RCT
I still play diablo 2 weekly on my retro pc just because, and for consoles its always 4 person golden eye and perfect dark when i have people over.
Rerunning Max Payne 1 & 2. Great to remember
Warcraft 3 Frozen Throne.
I would say this but I finally quit a few years back because of the massive cheating/bots.
Once they re-release it on Battle.net, I'm all over it
Anachronox, that game is GOLD!
That game almost redeemed Ion Storm because of Daikatana.
Now I'm tempted to replay it....
For me it's WoW. I took a long while off, almost two years, and now back with the pre expansion patch, and liking the changes so far. Will probably just stick around a little bit, get to level 110, try the Raid, and then unsub
I try to not play anything too old, but this one keeps coming back. I have left it paused for an hour at a time here and there, but I play too much. To make it seem even sadder, it's always single player.
Tom Clancy's Rainbow Six (the original from 1998) and the original Deus EX.
I've got that sitting in my GOG account, and still have never played it. I don't know why either. Planning to give it a play sometime though. Just too much stuff coming out in the next month or so, so it will probably have to wait until winter...
Loved that game, played it through twice but sadly it will not install on anything greater then XP, I tried.
Still have the CD case, the publisher went under.
As for oldest game, it's been ages but I have a EA best of ported to PC and played Bard's tale and Wasteland.
Prior I played both games on a C64
compatibility always help.. I still play sporadically and im under windows 10.. my little bro still love to do some great modding stuff for that game.
And whats wrong with single player?
Nothing is wrong with single player, that's what! I love a good co-op game, a nice tipsy Street Fighter match in the living room, or a nice FFA Quake match on a LAN or the like, but 90%+ of what I play is single player. I like to drop myself into another world, and tune out other humans when I play.
Im always playing shit from the 80s and even 70s sometimes. Always been a retro gamer first. Love platformers...currently rebeating all the castlevianias. On Castlevainia 3 atm
Also LOVE classic adventure games, my girl and I love playing all the leisure suit larrys and kings / police quest, etc
Nice! Big fan here too. I haven't played the NES era ones in a while. The last one I played was Chi no Rondo I think. I could use a dose again soon.
Grand Prix Legends and it's mods, updated with new graphics.
Sadly some games which are that old just are no longer compatible, hell the game options were limited to basic sound, small screen and I think voodoo 3 for GPU!.
I'd love to see classic games re-coded and released all on one DVD, like a best of the classic games or something.
The graphics were well ahead of their time, I bet at full 1080P they might still look damn good.
Knight, barbarian and dwarf I went through them all, the amazon was weak and I died to many times on the 1st level so I gave up on that character.
For me, it's L4D2 and Unreal Tournament 2004. I play each every couple of weeks and always have them installed on my computer.
Diablo2 until 2 weeks ago. I discovered Path of Exile and it is so much like D2 that I don't think I'll ever load up D2 again.
My Anachronox disc is too scratched to install....