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    x-wing vs. tie-fighter


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    Quote Originally Posted by Blisster
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    ditto

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    oh my god, can't believe i left out Tie Fighter. That game was AMAZING! so much fun it wasn't hard to believe. Graphics were amazing too. they need to make a new one of those games.
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    Cliff Hanger was such a game! It was laserdisc animation - Ninja fighting, truely remarkable game. Arcade only.

    But seriously, every night I am playing Super Mario 3.

    And I mean, just about every night.

    I never bought a strategy guide either!

    I am still finding more secrets.

    None of the new Mario games have what Super Mario 3 has (Inventory, mini-games that add items to your inventory, so many ways of winning extra lives, the ability to fly, many suits, unbelievable levels that are just so much fun, airships!!)

    Now do you understand why I can't even think of playing any other game?

    Does anyone here have a game that they just can't stop because it is too much fun?

    The only things that can keep me from playing are: Work, driving, phone calls, dating, eating & sleeping.

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    Desert Combat

    i agree I remember playing dc on bridge or lost village map and there would be about 10 of us on teamspeak meggie, 64 bit ( deadly snipin SOB), ace, scotte IRS, buttman blisste , jackal, YOSC, bouncer.

    I loved to wait with xpack at the top of the stairs. I could throw xpack thru 2nd floor windows. or loading enemy chopper with xpack and blowing it in mid flight<<<<* (not for sig material Brian!))) *ahh sigh*

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    Impossible to narrow down, but to name a handful that I put in way too many hours:

    Mortal Kombat (ARCADE)
    NBA Jam Tournament Edition (ARCADE)
    Super Off-Road (ARCADE)
    Space Invaders (ATARI)
    Contra (NES)
    Street Fighter II (SNES)
    Final Fantasy II (SNES)
    007: Goldeneye (N64)
    Elder Scrolls series - Arena, Daggerfall, Morrowind (PC)
    Sid Meir's Civilization series (PC)
    Battlefield 1942 (PC)
    Command & Conquer series (PC)
    Doom I & II (PC)
    Sid Meir's Pirates! - newer version (PC)
    Halo (XBOX)
    Brothers in Arms series (XBOX)
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    Quote Originally Posted by koldchillah
    Contra (NES)
    Yeah..the hours spent on that one too.

    Double Dragon was another huge fave

    And Yi Ar Kung Fu (I'm sure I spelt that one wrong)
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    Quote Originally Posted by YeOldeStonecat
    Double Dragon was another huge fave
    Double Dragon was awesome, but that was another one that I liked on the arcade a lot better than on console.
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    Quote Originally Posted by koldchillah
    Double Dragon was awesome, but that was another one that I liked on the arcade a lot better than on console.

    Agreed....the arcade version. One of the bars on campus up at UCONN, after Phych class my roomie and I'd hit that place...around 4-ish or so..proceed with pitchers of beer..and play that game for hours. Playing that 2x player as a team was a riot. Or get pissed at your teammate..grab him by the head and do those knee shots into the face..then flip them over yer shoulder.
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    C&C (every one of them), Ultima Online, MOHAA, Desert Combat, Quake 2.

    Then for the console I got Super Mario 3 & 4, Chrono Trigger, FF7, and too many for the NES to list.

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    too many:
    Adventure - Atari 2600 ( was about 9 years old...played till the sun came up some saturdays at a friends house)
    RBI Baseball - nintendo (unbeatable, I am )
    Super Metroid - SNES
    Zelda - Ocarina of Time - N64
    Quake 3 for the pc - So many mods and still has very populated servers.

    I've probably logged/wasted the most hours playing Q3, so that would have to get the nod if i could only pick 1.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loop2kil
    too many:
    Adventure - Atari 2600 ( was about 9 years old...played till the sun came up some saturdays at a friends house)
    RBI Baseball - nintendo (unbeatable, I am )
    Super Metroid - SNES
    Zelda - Ocarina of Time - N64
    Quake 3 for the pc - So many mods and still has very populated servers.

    I've probably logged/wasted the most hours playing Q3, so that would have to get the nod if i could only pick 1.
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    If talkin' about console / home type games..

    Back in the 80's.. On the Commodore 64 "micro computer".. the Gateway to Apshai (the begining to the Temple of Apshai series) by Epxy.. was awesome..


    "High Res" graphics! lol


    Back in the Atari 2006 days..
    The Swordquest series really drove me mad.. plus other gammers back then

    Way too many more for me to comment on.. for Nintendo 8 bit system, Sega Master System and Genesis, ECT..
    DOOM for the regular pc.. have a lot of great memories of playing that for hours and hours..
    and Quake 1.. miss Dos games like that..
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    Q2 as Cat said seeing someone right in front of me being controlled from another place was wild

    UT 99 Great game great graphics fast paced

    Twisted Metal 1
    Gran Turismo 1
    Tekken 1
    Ridge Racer
    Resident Evil

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    Metal Gear Solid for psx is probobly on my top list as well. Gran Turismo 1, Resident Evil was amazing when it came out as well.....

    Final Fantasy 7....

    TOO MANY TO PICK!
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