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RE: Your favourite game #31
(01-04-2019, 05:35 AM)mothered Wrote:
(01-03-2019, 11:16 PM)ATU/M/ISK Wrote: man it would really have to come down to different generations of my life that I've been gaming.

If you think the Nintendo 64 Is old, I used to also game on the Commodore 64 In the 80s (Google Images):
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Ha that's awesome.
I was born in 1990 so I just missed the 80s, but my father had an old Commodore_64 that I've played on before.
I'm actually looking to get my hands on an old one, there's a project a hacker named D10D3 worked on where he used a Raspberry Pi and Bluetooth Keyboard and turned a Commodore_64 into a mobile retro cyberdeck computer.

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RE: Your favourite game #32
(01-04-2019, 12:28 PM)ATU/M/ISK Wrote:
(01-04-2019, 05:35 AM)mothered Wrote:
(01-03-2019, 11:16 PM)ATU/M/ISK Wrote: man it would really have to come down to different generations of my life that I've been gaming.

If you think the Nintendo 64 Is old, I used to also game on the Commodore 64 In the 80s (Google Images):
Spoiler:
[Image: ZV1qRtm.png]

Ha that's awesome.
I was born in 1990 so I just missed the 80s, but my father had an old Commodore_64 that I've played on before.
I'm actually looking to get my hands on an old one, there's a project a hacker named D10D3 worked on where he used a Raspberry Pi and Bluetooth Keyboard and turned a Commodore_64 into a mobile retro cyberdeck computer.

Spoiler:
[Image: c367eb_79964af9353c4724b86e3fa682222d0d~..._s_4_2.jpg]

[Image: c367eb_a7ccecc04ad3484eb3bb069622918e78~..._s_4_2.jpg]

That Is magnificent to say the least.

If you wish to purchase one, there's a lot for sale on eBay- some of which are extremely cheap, Inclusive of a few cassettes and accessories.
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RE: Your favourite game #33
Relative to the forum I don't think I'm that old so I missed out on a lot of the games previously mentioned, but for my top (nostalgic) favourites I'd have to go with (in no particular order):

-Fallout 3/NV (My first real introduction to open world RPGs, my dad and I spent many many hours exploring the wastelands together as a kid. You can also toss basically all of the Elder Scrolls series in here too as they're very similar and I love those a lot too, but for me Fallout>Elder Scrolls every time. I'd also like to mention NV slightly edges 3 out on quality of the game for me, however since 3 was my introduction to the series it felt unfair to list only New Vegas)
-MW2 (Makes the list purely based on the amount of time I spent playing that at 12. This game was my first real introduction to online gaming, before that I was single player only always. Technically Warhawk for the PS3 was my first ever online game, but I never actually got invested into it)
-Minecraft (Besides Lego (actual physical Lego blocks) this game is probably the main reason I'm taking an Engineering degree not going to lie, I loved this game so much as a kid and I still do and it really helped me build on my creativity as a child, constantly challenging myself to build to coolest house or make the most intricate redstone circuit)
-Pokemon Emerald (I chose Emerald because it's the one I played most as a kid, however they're all generally the same in my eyes so I pretty much love them all equally. Side note, Pokemon basically taught me how to read)

It was really hard making this list, partly because my memory of all the games I played as a child are slowly fading away but also mostly because if I had to sit here and write about all the games that had an impact on me as a kid I would be here for days. For now though, I'd have to say these are definitely the games that had the biggest impact on me overall.
(This post was last modified: 01-04-2019, 04:42 PM by Erebus.)
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RE: Your favourite game #34
(01-04-2019, 03:25 PM)mothered Wrote:
(01-04-2019, 12:28 PM)ATU/M/ISK Wrote:
(01-04-2019, 05:35 AM)mothered Wrote: If you think the Nintendo 64 Is old, I used to also game on the Commodore 64 In the 80s (Google Images):
Spoiler:
[Image: ZV1qRtm.png]

Ha that's awesome.
I was born in 1990 so I just missed the 80s, but my father had an old Commodore_64 that I've played on before.
I'm actually looking to get my hands on an old one, there's a project a hacker named D10D3 worked on where he used a Raspberry Pi and Bluetooth Keyboard and turned a Commodore_64 into a mobile retro cyberdeck computer.

Spoiler:
[Image: c367eb_79964af9353c4724b86e3fa682222d0d~..._s_4_2.jpg]

[Image: c367eb_a7ccecc04ad3484eb3bb069622918e78~..._s_4_2.jpg]

That Is magnificent to say the least.

If you wish to purchase one, there's a lot for sale on eBay- some of which are extremely cheap, Inclusive of a few cassettes and accessories.

I actually tried to order one from E-bay back in August, it took 9 weeks to reach me by mail and when I got it, it wasn't even the full system, it was just a replacement cap for one of the ports on the chassis. I went online to double check it and make sure I hadn't missed anything in the title, and they took it down.

I'm doing more research next time, but god dammit I will have one.

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RE: Your favourite game #35
(01-05-2019, 01:57 PM)ATU/M/ISK Wrote:
(01-04-2019, 03:25 PM)mothered Wrote:
(01-04-2019, 12:28 PM)ATU/M/ISK Wrote: Ha that's awesome.
I was born in 1990 so I just missed the 80s, but my father had an old Commodore_64 that I've played on before.
I'm actually looking to get my hands on an old one, there's a project a hacker named D10D3 worked on where he used a Raspberry Pi and Bluetooth Keyboard and turned a Commodore_64 into a mobile retro cyberdeck computer.

Spoiler:
[Image: c367eb_79964af9353c4724b86e3fa682222d0d~..._s_4_2.jpg]

[Image: c367eb_a7ccecc04ad3484eb3bb069622918e78~..._s_4_2.jpg]

That Is magnificent to say the least.

If you wish to purchase one, there's a lot for sale on eBay- some of which are extremely cheap, Inclusive of a few cassettes and accessories.

I actually tried to order one from E-bay back in August, it took 9 weeks to reach me by mail and when I got it, it wasn't even the full system, it was just a replacement cap for one of the ports on the chassis. I went online to double check it and make sure I hadn't missed anything in the title, and they took it down.

I'm doing more research next time, but god dammit I will have one.

That's terrible. You should've got what you paid for, or a refund Issued.

I had a very bad experience with eBay many years ago, and haven't dealt with them since.
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RE: Your favourite game #36
On ps2 gta vice city liberty and bully!

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