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May 06, 2015, 12:48:04 AM
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Carmagedon, Age of Empires.


Also Club 2 Da Face running on Rockintosh powered by NoIntel. C2DF was the best game ever.

Never played Carmagedon – always heard they were good though...



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May 06, 2015, 04:36:37 PM
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TETRIS legendary  Grin
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May 06, 2015, 07:02:00 PM
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Golden Axe!



Used to play this a lot in my local arcade.
I love this game!

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May 06, 2015, 07:34:54 PM
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What's the best old school games? Even if they are new games but play like an old game for one example of this would be dynasty warriors 8 it's the same game but got that old feeling that I love. Been playing since dynasty warriors 2.

Step slip attack ? May be you dont understand, its not your fault either. In this game we used to 'slip' by stepping forward as much as we could and if we would touch the guy with still foots (having just one chance to move) , the attack would be successful.

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May 06, 2015, 11:03:07 PM
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Dungeons and Dragons is pretty good

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May 07, 2015, 12:41:12 AM
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Dungeons and Dragons is pretty good

me too and i can earn some money there  Cheesy
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May 07, 2015, 05:48:10 AM
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The real "classics" would have to be games that started genres on their own, like Quake, Silent Hill, GTA III, Half-Life, Starcraft, Legend Of Zelda, Mario, Pac-Man, Star Wars KotOR, etc.

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May 14, 2015, 09:19:42 AM
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FF4 (SNES version, ditch the remakes; a little cheesy at times but so frickin' epic, incredibly fitting music)
FF6 (need I even comment?)       (SNES version of course!)

The rest are mere games, but very good:

FF Tactics (PS; best strategic battles)
Dragonquest 3 (the SNES remake; fun, great use of randomness)
Dragonquest 4 (NES; best RPG of this type)
Dragonquest 8 (PS2; fun, long, graphic style ages well)
Soul Blazer (SNES; cute, fun, feel-good action-RPG)
Secret of Mana (SNES; fun, neat Bali-inspired music)
Lost Odyssey (XBOX; spiritual successor to Final Fantasy, emotionally powerful and "makes you a better person" (like FF4/FF6))
SMB3 (duh)
Super Mario World (duh)
Super Dodgeball (NES; hugely fun game back in the day, especially 2-player)
Kickle Cubicle (NES; obscure sleeper hit, great puzzle game, makes you smarter)
Zelda 3 (duh)
Tetris Attack (SNES; dumb name, absolutely classic game, nothing to do with Tetris, makes you smarter)
Dungeon Crawl (free PC game but feels old skool/roguelike, extreme hardcore, ultra-addictive, can play for years)
Super Bomberman (SNES; fantastic party game, never found a better game for 3-4 players besides maybe Mario Kart battle mode)
Twin Seeds 2 (obscure free PC "bullet hell" game)
Street Fighter 2 (arcade original version and Champion Edition; after that they fell off a lot; need a very good joystick)
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May 14, 2015, 10:12:01 AM
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Dune II

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May 14, 2015, 10:19:42 AM
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Tetris is the best dude
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May 14, 2015, 11:09:12 AM
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FF4 (SNES version, ditch the remakes; a little cheesy at times but so frickin' epic, incredibly fitting music)
FF6 (need I even comment?)       (SNES version of course!)

The rest are mere games, but very good:

FF Tactics (PS; best strategic battles)
Dragonquest 3 (the SNES remake; fun, great use of randomness)
Dragonquest 4 (NES; best RPG of this type)
Dragonquest 8 (PS2; fun, long, graphic style ages well)
Soul Blazer (SNES; cute, fun, feel-good action-RPG)
Secret of Mana (SNES; fun, neat Bali-inspired music)
Lost Odyssey (XBOX; spiritual successor to Final Fantasy, emotionally powerful and "makes you a better person" (like FF4/FF6))
SMB3 (duh)
Super Mario World (duh)
Super Dodgeball (NES; hugely fun game back in the day, especially 2-player)
Kickle Cubicle (NES; obscure sleeper hit, great puzzle game, makes you smarter)
Zelda 3 (duh)
Tetris Attack (SNES; dumb name, absolutely classic game, nothing to do with Tetris, makes you smarter)
Dungeon Crawl (free PC game but feels old skool/roguelike, extreme hardcore, ultra-addictive, can play for years)
Super Bomberman (SNES; fantastic party game, never found a better game for 3-4 players besides maybe Mario Kart battle mode)
Twin Seeds 2 (obscure free PC "bullet hell" game)
Street Fighter 2 (arcade original version and Champion Edition; after that they fell off a lot; need a very good joystick)
 
 
Have you tried any of the recent modern classics on Steam? 
 
Rogue Legacy  (Amazing randomized dungeon crawler) 
La Mulana ("LOL, fuck you.  - a metroidvania adventure" should be the game's tag line) 
Castle in the Darkness (excellent fantasy metroidvania)
Shovel Knight (mega man style fantasy platformer)
Axiom Verge (about to be released super metroid on steroids)

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May 14, 2015, 11:34:37 AM
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Cadillacs and Dinosaurs.  Smiley
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May 14, 2015, 11:50:38 AM
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The real "classics" would have to be games that started genres on their own, like Quake, Silent Hill, GTA III, Half-Life, Starcraft, Legend Of Zelda, Mario, Pac-Man, Star Wars KotOR, etc.

Starcraft came many years after Warcraft I and the first Command & Conquer.

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May 17, 2015, 01:14:40 AM
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Prince of Persia

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May 18, 2015, 09:53:48 AM
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Have you tried any of the recent modern classics on Steam? 
 
Rogue Legacy  (Amazing randomized dungeon crawler) 
La Mulana ("LOL, fuck you.  - a metroidvania adventure" should be the game's tag line) 
Castle in the Darkness (excellent fantasy metroidvania)
Shovel Knight (mega man style fantasy platformer)
Axiom Verge (about to be released super metroid on steroids)

Haven't tried these. Rogue Legacy looks interesting. How does it compare to Dungeon Crawl?
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May 18, 2015, 10:00:15 AM
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My favorite is SuperMario, Contra and Mortal Kombat.
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May 18, 2015, 10:32:27 AM
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My favorite is still Monkey Island.
A unique masterpiece.

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My favorite is Prince of Persia
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May 19, 2015, 02:37:22 AM
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I was always a big Flight Sim guy.

I loved Red Baron by Sierra/Dynamix 1990.
I've had just about all the Microsoft Flight Simulators.

From NES I would say Ninja Turtles Arcade was great.
SNES I recall playing a lot of Joe & Mac and really enjoying it.
N64 Wayne Gretzky 3D Hockey, MarioKart and of Course... Smosh Bros.
Xbox I thought Return to Castle Wolfenstein, specifically for the online gameplay, was the best there ever has been. I've yet to play another online FPS that requires everyone to work as a team for victory. If everyone is a medic they can constantly heal, but they'd run out of ammo, and vice versa for the Lt. I really wish they would just make a brand new one and base it off the maps and gameplay. Bring back elimination as well.
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May 19, 2015, 03:34:30 AM
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I was always a big Flight Sim guy.

I loved Red Baron by Sierra/Dynamix 1990.
I've had just about all the Microsoft Flight Simulators.

From NES I would say Ninja Turtles Arcade was great.
SNES I recall playing a lot of Joe & Mac and really enjoying it.
N64 Wayne Gretzky 3D Hockey, MarioKart and of Course... Smosh Bros.
Xbox I thought Return to Castle Wolfenstein, specifically for the online gameplay, was the best there ever has been. I've yet to play another online FPS that requires everyone to work as a team for victory. If everyone is a medic they can constantly heal, but they'd run out of ammo, and vice versa for the Lt. I really wish they would just make a brand new one and base it off the maps and gameplay. Bring back elimination as well.

I miss RTCW soooo much! It's one of my all-time favorite games. I played the pc version. The 'Penguin' server held matches with up to 64 players. I played RTCW: Enemy Territory after that and I even went on to play Quake Wars, but it wasn't quite the same. You should try 'Heroes and Generals'. It's not as good as RTCW was, but still pretty good and F2P.

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