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Old 04-29-2005, 01:34 AM   #31
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1. Tecmo Super Bowl - way better than Tecmo Bowl. Still the best game ever, I can play it for hours.
2. Tetris - Many days wasted.
3. Civ II
4. Sim City 2000
5. FIFA RTWC 98
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Old 04-29-2005, 02:33 AM   #32
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Mario 3 !!!!!!


Other favs - Sonic 2, Ms Pac-Man, centipede, dig-dug, Galaga, DDR , Mario Cart, Mario 1.
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Combat for the original Atari is the greatest game of all-time, with Pong and The unbelievably fucking perplexing Indiana Jones Atari game nipping at Combat's heels.

In all seriousness, my all-time favorite home video game has to be Ultima IV....at the time, it was light years ahead of anything that came before it. Currently, am loving the Metal Gear series of games, and Madden rules, of course. Also love EA's NHL games.

For actual arcade games, give me Galaga or give me death.
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People either love or hate Myst. I love it.
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Haha Goldeneye! That ROCKED. I always ended up being Robbie Coltrane....I was never allowed to be Bond! N64 brings many happy memories, including all the Sonics and the legendary Super Mario 64 with the Mattress Land! How do they think those things up?

All the Sims were classics....apart from SimAnt, I never understood that one. I love SimFarm where the cows used to always escape! Hehe.

On the computer Monster Truck Madness playing multiplayer filled in hours of my childhood. GO GRACEDIGGER!

Ok I could go on! Before the world of Windows...paperboy and Dukenuken!
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The unbelievably fucking perplexing Indiana Jones Atari game
I remember 'Raiders of the Lost Ark" on Atari, I was so excited they were making it into a game (I was about 7 and in love with the movie) and then I finally played it and thought "WTF is this?" I though I'd be swingin' over pits and such (Pitfall!), but not the case...

It was NOTHING like the movie, but a classic and definitely on of my favs!

Come to think of it, has anyone mentioned "Pitfall"? That was the shizzle!
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I remember 'Raiders of the Lost Ark" on Atari, I was so excited they were making it into a game (I was about 7 and in love with the movie) and then I finally played it and thought "WTF is this?" I though I'd be swingin' over pits and such (Pitfall!), but not the case...

It was NOTHING like the movie, but a classic and definitely on of my favs!

Come to think of it, has anyone mentioned "Pitfall"? That was the shizzle!
Yeah, Pitfall was awesome. Kaboom, too! Amazing how far games have come, though. I play GTA III and cannot believe how expansive it is.

Yeah, anyone that played the Raider's game ended up disappointed and awfully confused.
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for me: Final Fantasy VII
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Metal Gear Solid according to critics



Are there really video game critics?


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Are there really video game critics?
Oh yes, yes they do exist...

www.videogames.com
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