Gez yeah i remember playing that!
Die by the sword was neat but the alternate control scheme wasOriginally Posted by (BergHoff @ Feb. 04 2009,19:39)
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Didn't EU invade and take over USA in that game?Originally Posted by (k@voven @ Feb. 04 2009,23:20)
It got good scores in reviews if i remember right. I didnt' buy it, my rig was useless those days.
I'm not much playing retro games. Mostly just golden memories from those days... But that is what they are, memories.
UFO 2 (X-COM 2) that underwater Aliens vs Mankind thing might be latest which i played last year, not much different from 1st one. Just that it mostly happens in underwater and names and outlook of things has changed. That i only even closely retro or old game i've played in a long time (mind you, i started my gaming hobby in year of 1990 with C-64, so 2D jumping games with ugly outlooks are only which i count to belong into "pure" retro-class)... Well Hidden & Dangerous might be another. It's tens years old so it's semi-old. No?
... Well i play relatively old Japanese action/adventure-games, like Final Fantasy and others. But most of those are not retro or even old. Just old looking.
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Ahmm... noOriginally Posted by (Second @ Feb. 05 2009,15:05)
The conflict was set on a Jupiter moon Callisto. It was about two Enterprises attacking each other while the "local police" (G-Police) tried to stop the conflict.
Good news. Word is that my concerns about roms and stuff weren't warranted.
In that case, if you like arcade emulators, you should try mameplus. I've tried a few different flavours of mame and it is the best one so far.
Hmm - I must be mixing it to some other game then... Or i've spent time eating wrong kinds of mushroomsOriginally Posted by (k@voven @ Feb. 05 2009,16:32)
did anybody play return to ringworld?
I've got some old NES, SNES and Megadrive games installed on my missus' Wii via the WFC, to play with my school mates before we head off down the pub or somet. Just as much fun as it was 20-odd years ago.
Playing 'Streets of Rage' with my brother brings back a lot memories of us bickering as kids; I still see red mist when he snatches the health power-ups I need, or 'accidentally' grabs me, leaving me to get layed-into by assorted street thugs. Watching us must mortify my nephew
I still play once a year Chuckie Egg...And I'm very pround of living the days that passing the level 64 of Chuckie Egg was a great honor to any living human being!
I don't know if it counts but i sometimes play C&C 95 or other westwood classics, and sometimes starcraft or civ 3 or transport tycoon.