Post by CantDrive55Andy on Jul 21, 2015 1:21:22 GMT
The first games I can remember playing when I was a young lad were Super Mario 64 and Goldeneye 007 for the Nintendo 64. I think I was only 6 or 7 at the time. I don't know why, but I can clearly remember being scared when dieing on Goldeneye 007 because when you died, there would be blood covering the screen and music playing. You can click here to see what I'm referring to. I can also remember playing... some type of superhero game on the Super Nintendo before getting on the bus before head start (before kindergarten.) Believe it or not, this was back in the days when you could rent a video game console and games from a video store. Needless to say, my parents were awesome!
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Top 5 things to do to make a "great" hit rap song:
1) GET ANGRY! 2) Use a lot of curse words, even if it's completely uncalled for. 3) Say "yeah" and "what" a lot. 4) Make sure there's constant clapping in the background. 5) Always have some sort of problem with a woman and say that she's tripping (even if she isn't wearing heels.)
Post by Leprechaun (kighnet) on Jul 21, 2015 3:36:11 GMT
Super Mario Bros., Duck Hunt, Dragon Warrior 1, Super Mario Bros. 2, Tetris, Marble Madness, Bubble Bobble, and Pac Man or Ms. Pac Man (probably the first game, played at a local coffee shop in the late 80's). Damn, I feel old, having played Video Games for at least a quarter century.
My first games was when I didn't even have interest in gaming. But because my cousin played them I thought it was cool. I remember playing pre installed games on windows 95/98 which I can't remember the name of. Once I started in school I remember playing games like:
[PC]Dungeon Keeper 2 [PC]Heroes Might & Magic III [PC]Age of Empires 1&2 [PC]Warcraft III
So much yes!
I've just started playing Might & Magic III again. There's a remake/HD version on steam which I have been playing 24 hours the last week I'm never going to do the same with AOE or Warcraft since I never stopped playing them. Those games are the perfect LAN-party games and that will never change. I don't care how advanced new 1st person shooters or strategy games become, nothing ever beats playing CS 1.6 or AOE with 3-5 others friends over a weekend :-)