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Old 02-01-2003, 12:18 PM   #16
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New addition to Squid's list of best games ever: Master of Magic

Worst game ever: The Sims
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Old 02-01-2003, 01:55 PM   #17
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I must say I do enjoy Age of Mythology a great lotty deal

Unreal Tournament 2003 is pretty kickassss as well.
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Old 02-01-2003, 06:03 PM   #18
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Unreal Tournament 2003 is kick ass.
Battlefield 1942 is awesome.
Starcraft
Diablo 2
Baldur's gate 1 & 2
Dungeon siege
Gran turismo 3 for PS2
Halo for Xbox

just to name a few.
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Old 02-02-2003, 02:11 PM   #19
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PC games only?

Grand theft auto 3
Syberia
post mortem
sim city 4
Unreal Tournament 2003
splinter cell
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Old 02-03-2003, 05:43 AM   #20
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Splinter Cell (holy crap it kicks ass)
Medal of Honor (mainly for the online playing)
Ghost Recon
Deus Ex

Role-playing:
Mafia

Strategy:
Myth (and Myth II)
Myst (and sequels)

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Combat Flight Sim 3
Warbirds III
Need For Speed 2: Hot Pursuit (so it's not the most accurate driving game, but it's fun as hell online)

Arcade/simple stuff - Jardinains. Everybody download this game now. It's basically a freeware version of brickles (or whatever that's called) with lots of fun(ny) touches. extremely addictive.
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Old 02-03-2003, 05:46 AM   #21
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I like Paper Boy even tho thats an old arcade game

I love The Sims and Age Of Empires
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Old 02-03-2003, 05:53 AM   #22
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since we are only talking computer games, i'll say the sims and tropico. tropico's funner though, because at least you feel you're being slightly productive.

i remember this game i used to play in the early 90s. it may have been for the computer, or maybe for either nintendo or (highly doubtful because i think i'd returned it by then - d'oh!) sega genesis. it was a racing game, if you could call it that. you'd be driving your car, but of course you could go off of cliffs and stuff.

the funny part was that when you'd flip, the windshield would crack and the crash sounded like pots and pans being banged together. if only i could remember its name...but alas i don't, since i don't even know what kind of system it was for (either pc, nintendo, or genesis).

as for arcade games, i LOVE galaga. one day, i will buy the arcade version of it to play in the comfort of my own home.

i also like the sonic games for sega and the gamecube. i like some of the mario games but they're TOO DAMN FRUSTRATING.

and for xbox, i like project gotham, amped, dead or alive 3 (not so much since it's so easy to beat), and dead or alive xtreme volleyball.
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I aced Super Mario for the Nintendo


I used to have a commodore 64 back in the day....and Ithought I was one of the coolest kinds on the planet I remember telling everyone about it in school There was a game called Super Monacco grand prix I think and playing it today its such a simple game but so much fun


You cant beat Tetris imho
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Diablo II (w/the expansion pack)



Which character is your favorite?
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Civilization III
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as for arcade games, i LOVE galaga. one day, i will buy the arcade version of it to play in the comfort of my own home.

Buy it? If you're naughty you can emulate the exact same arcade version on your computer. The only draw back is ya don't get the traditional arcade joy stick and fire button layout. Although the cursor keys do just fine.
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Buy it? If you're naughty you can emulate the exact same arcade version on your computer. The only draw back is ya don't get the traditional arcade joy stick and fire button layout. Although the cursor keys do just fine.
that's the thing, i want to get the arcade version.

but for the time being, i do have it on my game boy advance.
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Anyone here ever play Combat Mission: Beyond Overlord or Combat Mission:Barbarrosa to Berlin??
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I guess I'm very conservative when it comes to computer games; I haven't tried out many new games for the last five or six years and I pretty much stick to the ones I've played a long time ago, most of which are RPGs or adventure games:

Legends of Kyrandia series
Ultima series (IMO the greatest role-playing series ever, even if Ultima IX: Ascension was a mediocre and unsatisfying finale)
Legends of Arkania series
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