Favorite Old School Game?
Posted 24 June 2017 - 12:19 PM
Edited by MVP, 24 June 2017 - 12:19 PM.
Posted 30 June 2017 - 7:52 PM
Posted 06 July 2017 - 8:27 AM
Spyro was the best
Edited by ILNX, 06 July 2017 - 8:28 AM.
Posted 05 April 2018 - 5:34 PM
Posted 05 April 2018 - 7:26 PM
I almost exclusively played RuneScape due to no console.
Posted 12 April 2018 - 3:47 PM
Final Fantasy XIII. Played this game for hours on end. Then disc 2 got scratched and I was donezo.
Posted 13 April 2018 - 5:17 PM
Castle sim. Always wanted to create a game myself that took the building element of Stronghold and mixed it with the MMO element of RS. Maybe someday...
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Posted 15 April 2018 - 12:23 AM
Used to play these so much during my younger years. We also had our own DDR pads. As for PC, I liked sandbox games like Restaurant Empire, Mall of America Tycoon, Seaworld Tycoon, and Simcity... and no list is complete without AddictingGames.
Oddly enough, two years of Club Penguin was my gateway into Runescape.
Posted 28 April 2018 - 6:09 PM
Pokemon games were the best and I still sometimes play them!
Posted 16 September 2018 - 9:28 PM
Went around my best mate's house the other day and we spent the entire day playing Gran Turismo 3... I will still happily swear by my life that it was the best PS2 game I ever played... The hours I spent fantasising about one day winning the Toyota GT One Race Car, Nissan R390 Race Car, and Mazda 787B. Still only managed to win the first - but no doubt in my mind I'm going to get sucked into no-lifing it again for the other two.
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