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post #76 of 136
Jesus Brett, awesome. Unreal, Hexen, Heretic...I loved all of those games. Can we all agree that id made some sick games back in the day?
post #77 of 136
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Jesus Brett, awesome. Unreal, Hexen, Heretic...I loved all of those games.

Can we all agree that id made some sick games back in the day?

hehe yeah, don't forget Rise Of The Triad and that shitty Aliens Vs Predator FPS. And if you are into the old school adventure games... I hated these no-direction boring games but they would suck you in for hours anyway

Hugo's House Of Horrors (and both sequals)




Space Quest



Leisure Suit Larry




Sam & Max

post #78 of 136
kings quest, Betrayal at Krondor...wayyy back I remember DOS golf, Beast, deathtrack...
post #79 of 136
I loved those point and click adventure games, especially those by Lucasarts and the Kyrandia series.
post #80 of 136
King's Quest... I think I remember finding that in our computer drawer at about age 8 and loading it. Never could figure out how to play it. Always really pissed me off, b/c I wanted to.
post #81 of 136
Haha King's Quest was a bit too cerebral for me too.
post #82 of 136
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I loved those point and click adventure games, especially those by Lucasarts and the Kyrandia series.

Zak McCracken - amazing.
post #83 of 136
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That reminds me... Anyone else have fond memories of playing on a Vectrex?

Ha, I remember the Vectrex with those cheese plastic overlays for the screen.
And those horrific little analog joysticks.

I have vague memories of playing Scramble, some kind of combat tank type game and some really bad platform game which had characters that said "Help Spike" and "Oh no! Molly".
post #84 of 136
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I loved those point and click adventure games, especially those by Lucasarts and the Kyrandia series.

Day of the Tentacle was my favorite.
Probably the only game that ever used the phrase "LALR Compiler" in in game dialog.
post #85 of 136
My pick for N64 game would be Conker's Bad Fur Day.
post #86 of 136
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My pick for N64 game would be Conker's Bad Fur Day.
Conker was funny as hell for a 9th grader.
post #87 of 136
If we count SNES, let me throw my vote in for Zombies Ate My Neighbors. That game was so bomb.
post #88 of 136
Mean Streets


Wing Commander
post #89 of 136
Ditto on Wolfenstine....I never bought the additional levels though and it was extremly hard as well as scary...when you're 10. Also there was this other game for the computer, it was a side scroller and you mutated into a monster/better fighter. You could fight in hell...ive always wanted to know the name of that game. I know this is vauge as hell but it came out around the time as Wolfenstine.
post #90 of 136
any of you guys remember grim fandango? Wouldn't consider it a classic, probably less than 10 yrs old
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