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Old 2009-12-21, 08:12   Link #41
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Langrisser II.

I'm not sure there are many people who remember this title .
I do, and believe me it's on my list. Easily in the top 05.
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Old 2009-12-21, 08:14   Link #42
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can't belive i didn't say Twisted metal loved the entire series. too bad there prob wont be another game.
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Old 2009-12-21, 11:23   Link #43
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How could I forget Jet Force Gemini on the Nintendo 64 that game was TOO good, I loved it! It was much harder than a lot of the modern shooters and the gameplay is just as good, I really want a sequel to that
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Old 2009-12-21, 21:14   Link #44
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Ah, old school gaming has always been the best. =D

Doom
Doom 2
Final Doom
Doom 64
Duke Nukem 3D
Blood
Shadow Warrior
Rise of the Triad
Quake
Quake 2
Max Payne
Wolfenstein 3D
Sonic 2
Pokemon Yellow
Pokemon Crystal

...And others. It's a long list. xD~
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Old 2009-12-23, 11:18   Link #45
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Tetris and Super Mario Bros. Oh, Contra and Bomberman too XD
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Old 2009-12-23, 11:34   Link #46
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Few of them, in random order:

Fallout 1&2
Baldur's Gate 1&2
Blood
Final Fantasy VII&VIII
Wild Arms 1&2
Starcraft
BattleZone
Resident Evil 1&2
Vanguard Bandits
Legend of Dragoon
Suikoden series
Lunar

Ah, the good old days...
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Old 2009-12-23, 12:02   Link #47
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Seriously has no one played Jet Force Gemini for the N64 here? That game was epic
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Old 2009-12-23, 17:19   Link #48
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BattleZone
OH MY GOD!
I can't believe I forgot about this, Balttezone I know is something of a old arcade fav but I like the 1998 remake, it was something else.
It had to of my fav genres mixed together and pretty well at that.
Sniping pilots of enemy vehicles was hugely satisfying

Which totally reminds me of another game I totally forgot about Total Annihilation!
When TA came out and I just decided to buy it on a whim, its one gaming purchase I've never regretted, its the ultimate RTS game there is. It instantly became my fav RTS, totally sweeping C&C aside.
This was about the time I really started to get into PC Gaming and wasted away hours playing TA

I hang my head in shame for forgetting about TA
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Old 2009-12-23, 22:17   Link #49
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Seriously has no one played Jet Force Gemini for the N64 here? That game was epic
I only played about 5 minutes of the Dreamcast vesion, but I never knew there was a N64 version. o_o
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Old 2009-12-24, 04:50   Link #50
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SNES: Super Mario Legend of the Seven Stars
It has humor, great battle system, first 3d of its time (i think), and just memorably very very fun.

PSX: Metal Gear Solid
Hideo Kojima game, nuff said.
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Old 2010-04-16, 19:38   Link #51
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Revenge of Shinobi
Golden Axe
Gaiares (even though I never made it past level 2)
Sonic and Tails
Streets of Rage
Street Fighter II
Echo the Dolphin
Columns
Mortal Combat
Sega Bass Fishing


Nintendo 64:

Mario Parties 1-4 I think were on this system (me and my cousins would stay up all night until 7AM playing this game when we were kids same for Mario Cart *sigh* good times T_T)
Mario Cart
Super Smash Brothers
Pokemon Snap
Yoshi's World (I think thats the title you play as Yoshi and blah blah blah)

PS1:

Parasite Eve
FF Origins
FF IV
FF anthology
FF VIII
FF IX
Chrono Trigger
Digimon World
Digimon card battle (I forgot the actual title lol)
Digimon Rumble Arena
Twisted Metal

Game Boy Color:

Pokemon Yellow, Blue, Red, Silver, Gold, and Crystal
Pokemon card battle
Zelda oracle of seasons and ages

I can't remeber anymore I used to love lol ^_^''
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Old 2010-04-16, 20:53   Link #52
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OH MY GOD!
I can't believe I forgot about this, Balttezone I know is something of a old arcade fav but I like the 1998 remake, it was something else.
It had to of my fav genres mixed together and pretty well at that.
Sniping pilots of enemy vehicles was hugely satisfying:D
I am very much in agreement with you here, and am surprised that Activision seems to be letting this version of the game wither on the shelf. I take it you remember the NSDF missions on Europa - the first one required you to 'appropriate' a CCA scout vehicle so you could sneak in and download data; the followup had you return in force to clean house. One nasty trick I clued in to for that is this: at some point after you set up shop, about 2-4 artillery units roll onto the cliffs overlooking your base and will proceed to rain on your parade if you let them. Sure, you could simply wait up there and destroy them in transit... but why do that when you can instead snipe them all, reset their IFF beacons, then push them off the cliff into your base so that your barracks will spit out pilots to man them!

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Which totally reminds me of another game I totally forgot about Total Annihilation!
When TA came out and I just decided to buy it on a whim, its one gaming purchase I've never regretted, its the ultimate RTS game there is. It instantly became my fav RTS, totally sweeping C&C aside.
This was about the time I really started to get into PC Gaming and wasted away hours playing TA

I hang my head in shame for forgetting about TA:sad:
Ah, that was another great timesink, complete with plenty of opportunities to be an Insidious Basterd by converting the other guy's units (in fact, one created unit that featured on the devs' site - the Necro - was designed to resurrect destroyed (but not gibbed) units and buildings into your service). One especially nice touch: after bootup, you could remove the game CD and put in an audio disc of your choice - and even specify which tracks to use as ambient and battle music.

Lastly, here's another gem:

Abuse (?) - given its combination of platforming and free-aim (arrow keys for movement, mouse for aiming, firing, and using special items), this product of Crack dot Com could be seen as the spiritual ancestor of Shadow Complex. Gets extra credit for including multiplayer mode and a level editor...
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Old 2010-04-16, 21:50   Link #53
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a few random games i enjoyed growing up
legend of mana
chrono trigger
megaman 8
megaman legends
final fantasy viii
perfect dark
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Old 2010-04-16, 22:25   Link #54
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Jagged Alliance 2

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If you disagree you are most definitely wrong.

If you've never heard of it you are most definitely living an unfulfilled existence.
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Old 2010-04-16, 22:46   Link #55
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Twisted metal. I lvoed the clown car so much because of how 'coolio' it looked when I was younger.

Also, Soul Edge and Soul Calibur 2 being old school favorites. Right before the franchise became fanservice overload. Sophitia's alternate costume (first one) is da bomb... MILtT... Mother I'd like to Tickle oooh~!

Seriously though, the original resident evil was great.

...Also, old school? Brave Soul. Who cares about Marin and the dunce? It's all about Caroll and Clare
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Old 2010-04-17, 00:42   Link #56
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N64
Super Mario 64
Mario Kart
Mario Party 1/2
Super Smash Bros.
Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Diddy Kong Racing

PS1
Final Fantasy series
Crash Bandicoot Warped (3)
Crash Team Racing

Xbox
Jet Set Radio Future
Munch's Oddysee
(i doubt these are considered old school but... meh whatever -__-)

And seriously, TETRIS!
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Old 2010-04-17, 01:01   Link #57
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The one game I could play for months without getting bored would be...Silent Bomber for the PSX. Amazingly good gameplay for its time, a fair plot, great music and a lot of replayability. Also features a VS mode
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Old 2010-04-17, 01:03   Link #58
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-Super Mario Kart (SNES)
-Donkey Kong Country (SNES)
-Sonic Spinball (Sega Genesis)
-Bomberman 64 (N64)
-Super Mario 64 (N64)
-Mario Kart 64 (N64)
-Super Smash Bros. (N64)
-Starfox 64 (N64)
-Mario Party 2 (N64)
-NFL Madden 99 (N64)
-NFL Madden 2001 (N64)
-Mario Tennis (N64)
-NFL Blitz (N64)
-Paper Mario (N64)
-Midway Rush (N64)
-Ridge Racer (PS)
-Driver 2 (PS)
-R4: Ridge Racer Type 4 (PS)
-Gran Turismo 2 (PS)
-Smackdown: Know Your Role! (PS)
-Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door (GC)
-Mario Sunshine (GC)
-Mario Kart: Double Dash (GC)
-The Sims (GC)
-Beyblade: Super Tournament Battle (GC)
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Old 2010-04-17, 07:05   Link #59
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1000 in 1 game cartridges (don't know what i'm talking about? good. let's keep it that way)
super mario bros.
tetris

PSX:
FFVII,VIII,IX
crash bandicoot
playstation underground demo disc (i wonder if they still have those around...)
metal gear solid
legend of legaia
guardian's crusade
chrono cross
destrega
soul edge
wild arms 2

PS2:
magna carta: tears of blood
FFX
front mission 4
MGS 2,3
wild arms 3 & 4
.hack//GU vol.1-3
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Old 2010-04-18, 10:47   Link #60
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Twisted metal. I lvoed the clown car so much because of how 'coolio' it looked when I was younger.

Also, Soul Edge and Soul Calibur 2 being old school favorites. Right before the franchise became fanservice overload. Sophitia's alternate costume (first one) is da bomb... MILtT... Mother I'd like to Tickle oooh~!

Seriously though, the original resident evil was great.

...Also, old school? Brave Soul. Who cares about Marin and the dunce? It's all about Caroll and Clare
yo Twisted metal was the shit back in the day, i want a Nwe one NOW!!!!!!!
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