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Old 09-16-2006, 01:39 PM   #21
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Default Never Winter Nights

Im right here NWN(NeverwinterNights) now thta is an indepth game...all of it and the grapics are amazing..i just downloaded the newest mod for it called endless dungeons..man it is a beast of a game never the same map twice!!!!

Oh BTW Mug.... the stout is fabulious you gotta try some..maybe to we could hook up, go to octoberfest downtown and drink a few and i will bring a bottle of our stout along for the ride???


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Old 09-16-2006, 02:53 PM   #22
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I play many World War II games. Used to play Medal of Honor: Allied Assault. Then I moved on to Call of Duty. Then got Call of Duty: United Offensive. Now I play Call of Duty 2.

I also play World War II flight sims and submarine sims.

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Old 09-16-2006, 06:29 PM   #23
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What machine were you playing on?
My 286. It was a 16MHz bad-ass hotrod of a machine with a 10MB hdd and both 3.5 and 5.25 floppies. I had to turn the 'turbo' button off and drop it down to 8 MHz so that Larry didn't run like he was on crank.

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PS: That machine is still alive today in perfect working order. My grandpa uses it to play solitaire.
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Old 09-16-2006, 06:32 PM   #24
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Iroincally, since I started working for a company that makes graphics hardware I find that I am playing games less and less.

I've played a lot of Neverwinter Nights, Unreal Tournament, Diablo 1&2, and Battlefield 2, but that's about it.

I plan on getting a PS3, but I don't know if I'll actually end up playing it too much.

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Old 09-16-2006, 06:36 PM   #25
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with a 10MB hdd

I remember thinking "There is no way anyone could ever use 10MB! That's like 30 5 1/4s"

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I remember my old Tandy Color Computer 3, with a massive 128kb memory. Computers sure have come a long way.

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Old 09-16-2006, 07:49 PM   #27
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I remember my old Tandy Color Computer 3, with a massive 128kb memory. Computers sure have come a long way.
Lucky bastard. I only had the Tandy CC2. 64k and a cassette tape drive to store programs on.

My biggest complaint about that f*cking tape-drive was not only that it was unreliable, but that you had to reset the computer (losing your program) and try to load it off the tape and verify if your save worked.

If the save wasn't good, you were SOL.

I weas super jealous of my friend who had a floppy drive for his. (The floppy drive cost more than the computer, btw.)

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I am playing the hell out of some FarCry Instincts on the 360 online. It is one of the best games ever made. You can make your own map, go online and kill everyone else in your own fort. Life doesnt get any better!!!

Well unless you are playing with a homebrew also!!!!

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I have been playing games for ages. I'm a PC gamer really, the consoles never inspired me since my Atari 2600 disappeared.


Now I work for Raven Software/Activision doing internal quality assurance.

BTW-- please buy lots of games--- especially Marvel games. (Activision does profit sharing).

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Lucky bastard. I only had the Tandy CC2. 64k and a cassette tape drive to store programs on.

My biggest complaint about that f*cking tape-drive was not only that it was unreliable, but that you had to reset the computer (losing your program) and try to load it off the tape and verify if your save worked.

If the save wasn't good, you were SOL.

I weas super jealous of my friend who had a floppy drive for his. (The floppy drive cost more than the computer, btw.)

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Oh my god I forgot about the tape drive! We had a dual floppy drive too - It was the size of a toaster. Remember the plug-in cartridges? Rogue, Dallas Quest, Canyon Climber, Super Pitfall, Koronis Rift . . . Those 5-lb joysticks with the dinky sticks . . . a useless optional peripheral called a 'mouse' . . . and some games had COLOR!

Man, I wish I knew where that computer went to. It would be cool to check it out some time for nostalgia.

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