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57 here but I'm still young at heart. Besides occasional arcade games I started gaming in 1980 and I have been ever since off an on do to life getting in the way. :) I will no doubt be gaming until I am no longer able to.

There are some great older games out there that new gamers have probably never heard of.
I'm 43 myself. Happy to have played the great DOS classics when they came out, and experienced the 3D revolution first hand in the mid-90s :toast:
 
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It's funny that people associate gaming with kids but the majority are actually adults. Twice I have run across people on gaming forums that were in their 70s and had been gaming for decades. Never got burnt out on gaming. The trick (for me) is to never force myself to finish a game when I'm not in the mood for it. I put some aside and go back later to finish them. In some rare cases I never go back and finish them.
 
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Because when most of us were kids, the only fun grown ups had then was fishing, hunting or going to war. That was about it. We had Atari's, NES and other pixels on a screen we can blow up. Now video games are just "Press O to win" concept *cough*FFXV*Cough* and that I find for kids. Even puzzles in modern games suck. Remember games like Mist series or Harvester and the like?

I guess only quick time game I can really think of that I played a lot was Dragons Lair.

Can anyone guess?

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Because when most of us were kids, the only fun grown ups had then was fishing, hunting or going to war. That was about it. We had Atari's, NES and other pixels on a screen we can blow up. Now video games are just "Press O to win" concept *cough*FFXV*Cough* and that I find for kids. Even puzzles in modern games suck. Remember games like Mist series or Harvester and the like?

I guess only quick time game I can really think of that I played a lot was Dragons Lair.

Can anyone guess?

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We had Atari's, NES
We had MSX Home computer and later I bought myself a CDi Player in the 90s, it seems no one here on the forum has ever owned one...
Also my first internet experience was in the 90s via the internet connection set for the CDi player! (DialUp)

I'm 43 myself.
Ha! I'm 43 as well.. :)
 
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Netstorm! An in many regards amazing game with an absolutely killer theme, and I wanted to play it and be good at it so bad ... but I thoroughly sucked at it. I really tried, but I couldn't get good at it. I still think about that game sometimes, mostly because of the great theme.

And you guys are really old.

Full title Netstorm: Islands at War iirc.
Played it first on an aging 486DX2 66MHz. Not the best experience, but since it was turn based and it still ran like 7-8fps, it was beautiful and challenging. Oldies but greaties, just like our games.

The uber-soldat fight in RTCW was terrifying, still remember it to this day. Somehow, the Wolfenstein reboots don't capture that same fear... maybe it's the desensitization from frequent uber encounters, due to uber enemies being common.
 
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What's this one?
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I'm 43 myself. Happy to have played the great DOS classics when they came out, and experienced the 3D revolution first hand in the mid-90s :toast:

Is that Postal series?
 
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We had MSX Home computer and later I bought myself a CDi Player in the 90s, it seems no one here on the forum has ever owned one...
Also my first internet experience was in the 90s via the internet connection set for the CDi player! (DialUp)


Ha! I'm 43 as well.. :)
CDi was expensive here. I remember it, but I have only ever seen it in magazines. I also remember a kid at school who had one saying it was hot garbage.

We at my household wasn't all that babied. A NES was probably best Xmas gift we got and it was a whole family present. Before and after till up to 93, we had a TR-80 from Radio Shack. Once I got a Win 93 machine, I almost crapped my pants (probably did) over the amazing capabilities of a desktop.

Still no full answer on my game pic yet.
 
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CDi was expensive here. I remember it, but I have only ever seen it in magazines. I also remember a kid at school who had one saying it was hot garbage.

We at my household wasn't all that babied. A NES was probably best Xmas gift we got and it was a whole family present. Before and after till up to 93, we had a TR-80 from Radio Shack. Once I got a Win 93 machine, I almost crapped my pants (probably did) over the amazing capabilities of a desktop.

Still no full answer on my game pic yet.

I still have my CDi player with many games and movies, I have bought some games on Steam that I had on CDi but they look like shit on PC!!
Pixelated and low quality, it looked much better with CDi on TV.
 
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I'm pretty sure you recognize my favourite series

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Remember games like Mist series or Harvester and the like?
Harvester! Now that was one seriously twisted game. Played it as an adult and yet was surprised how deviant it was. Liked it nonetheless :rolleyes:
 
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Azrael's Tear

No idea, just grabbed the pic from Google search :D
I played every version of the game. My sister bought the first version on PS1 but when she moved out, I purchased the Directors Cut (lol) and then every other resident evil. Then ended up getting the HD remake on Game Cube. I was amazed by the Boob Jiggle Physics on Jill.

I even played Sweet Home. Now mind you it was emulated. I suggest trying it out. Also, the movie is good (free to watch whole movie on youtube).
 
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Azrael's Tear


I played every version of the game. My sister bought the first version on PS1 but when she moved out, I purchased the Directors Cut (lol) and then every other resident evil. Then ended up getting the HD remake on Game Cube. I was amazed by the Boob Jiggle Physics on Jill.

I even played Sweet Home. Now mind you it was emulated. I suggest trying it out. Also, the movie is good (free to watch whole movie on youtube).
Azrael's Tear was the Crysis of '96
 
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Chrome hounds?
Yup

i knew once someone paid attention to the cockpit, or the weapon clusters, they'd recognize something.

it was hard getting a pic that wasnt super recognizable
 
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