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post #46 of 103
Super Mario World on SNES, still playing it now on my PSP.
post #47 of 103
In no particular order aside from Super Mario World being numero uno. The Legend of Zelda: A Link To The Past (Playing it now, seeing as I'm grounded) Metal Gear Solid: Snake Eater FFX (Play it every summer, with my friend Will, it's tradition) Resident Evil 4 Doom Chrono Trigger FFVII Street Fighter series Ape Escape
post #48 of 103
have you played that one called Karate
post #49 of 103
I remember a karate game on the Commodore 64, I think it was called International Karate? It was a fun game in the style of street fighter II.
post #50 of 103
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Originally Posted by phaedrus
I remember a karate game on the Commodore 64, I think it was called International Karate? It was a fun game in the style of street fighter II.

Is that the one Van Damme and Ogre play in the Hotel in the movie Bloodsport? I think it is.
post #51 of 103
I used to play a karate game on my 386 called 'Budokan'. Great game.
post #52 of 103
Forgot this one: Little League Baseball. Barely edges out RBI baseball because of the California team's chick pitcher. She was hot when I was 11.
post #53 of 103
Street Fighter II Turbo
Super Mario 64
Goldeneye
post #54 of 103
All time favorite: Starflight

(here's a link for you young 'uns)

http://necrobones.com/starflt/


FIFA Soccer
The original PC version of Madden with play editor
Touchdown Football
post #55 of 103
Thread Starter 
Any Tekken heads here? Having EWGF trouble with Devil Jin and hoping to hear some advice - afraid I'll get flamed on the tekken zaibatsu forums.
post #56 of 103
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Originally Posted by countdemoney
All time favorite: Starflight

(here's a link for you young 'uns)

http://necrobones.com/starflt/

Awesome, I think that was the one my friend had for Genesis that we spent weeks and weeks playing. Similar and also addictive and fun was Tradewars 2002 for BBSes.

I came back to this thread, though, to mention Uplink, an extremely addictive hacking "simulation". I spent way too much time playing this game when I first found it. It's not terribly realistic, but it is sure fun, especially when you play properly (i.e. don't back up your game). The tension can be nervewracking when you are deleting your traces from a very complicated hack and never knowing for sure (until you figure out the tricks) if you have sufficiently covered your tracks. Also it's one of those great games you don't have to do in any specific order - there are tons of ways to have fun with the game even if you ignore the storyline.
post #57 of 103
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Originally Posted by Brian SD
Any Tekken heads here? Having EWGF trouble with Devil Jin and hoping to hear some advice - afraid I'll get flamed on the tekken zaibatsu forums.

I use Kazuya much more than jin, the principle is the same though. Try to do it as though you are pressing right-punch before you do the d,d/f. Try with Kazuya first ... his ewgf is easier as it is only f,d/f not f,d,d/f. Timing is the key here, not how quickly you can pull off the motion.
post #58 of 103
Quote:
Originally Posted by Tokyo Slim
Is that the one Van Damme and Ogre play in the Hotel in the movie Bloodsport? I think it is.

From imdb:
The arcade game that Van Damme and Donald Gibb are playing is called Karate Champ
post #59 of 103
Just played Elder Scrolls4: Oblivion.

Best
RPG
EVER.

koji
post #60 of 103
Quote:
Originally Posted by Homme
From imdb:
The arcade game that Van Damme and Donald Gibb are playing is called Karate Champ

"Full point!"
"half point"
"STOP! Judge.....white wins"
*cheesy asian music*

koji
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