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CaptainRAVE
01-20-2002, 08:27 AM
Whats your most memorable game on the PC and in general....

On the PC mine has to be Starcraft.

In general probably Zelda.

Ushgarak
01-20-2002, 08:30 AM
Starcraft DEFINITELY has to figure; Alpha Centauri might just pip it, though.

As in general... Lords of Midnight (1985 Spectrum)... I'm assuming it didn't have to be recent, of course.

StormHammer
01-20-2002, 10:10 AM
For me, there are a few games that are really memorable, largely because they introduced something new to me...

1. The arcade Star Wars game with that snazzy ****cpit.
2. A handheld version of the Space Invaders game.
3. Eye of the Beholder II - it was the first RPG I ever played, and I remember I had several parties on the go at the same time at one point. I also played it with a friend of mine - we sat down taking turns and working out the puzzles together. It was great.
4 Wolfenstein 3D - after deleting it twice from the PC's at work, I finally sat down and played it to see why it kept coming back. I blame this game for wrecking my eyesight...because I checked every wall on every level for secrets. I also discovered the best way to play it was with a trackball - because you can spin the ball and do a 180 very fast...essential when being shot from behind. ;)
5 Dark Forces - the first ever Star Wars FPS...it totally captured my imagination.

Then, of course, Jedi Knight arrived...and it's still my favourite game.

Darth Simpson
01-20-2002, 10:15 AM
Command & Conquer : Red Alert.

I was hooked on that for years, and I still play it from time to time.

Starcraft and Quake are also great memories for me.

Fruitloop
01-20-2002, 04:38 PM
Despite it's age and and many rough years, Dark Forces would have to be my most memorable game. I definitely got the most fun out of it as well, and it influenced my life more than any other game to date. During the late evenings of the summer of '97 all I'd do was download new user-made levels for Dark Forces with my friends and play all night long.

Brick
01-21-2002, 01:52 AM
I'd love to say Jedi Knight because it's my favorite, but there are two others that were trailblazers for me.

1) Wing Commander. It manages to outweigh Duke Nukem and X-wing in my eyes, even though I also played those and loved them early on. If I didn't feel the need to limit this, I'd add all the WC games.

2) Dark Forces. Because I didn't expect to like it, for some reason. When I played it, it became one of my favorites before I'd even recovered the Death Star plans.

psycoglass
01-21-2002, 04:09 AM
My most memorible game was probably Wolfenstein 3D the next one was Jedi Knight . and then of course Half- Life.

duder
01-21-2002, 05:42 AM
gotta be mario kart on the snes!!!

GonkH8er
01-21-2002, 06:26 AM
day of the tentacle, no doubt about it :)

Outlaw
01-21-2002, 09:53 AM
I've played many memorable games. At the time Dark Forces was the greatest shock to my system. It was one the first real Star Wars game for the PC. It, for the first time in my experience, allowed you to look up and down in a fps. The game also had cut-scenes which I did not see before in a fps. All the levels were unique since they took place on different planets and ships. This game really set the pace for all future first person shooters.

KordKelly
01-21-2002, 11:28 AM
Two really memorable games...

Dark Forces...
It completely immersed me in the SW universe...I played it for hours on end, and it was the first game I ever beat.

Sam 'N' Max Hit the Road...
Sheer comedy, great gameplay, and I really dig that naked, foul-mouthed rabbit!!!

:max:

jesseg88
01-21-2002, 12:22 PM
Lemmings!

SlowbieOne
01-21-2002, 12:43 PM
I would say it's a tie between a few for me.

Jedi Knight - Never felt so immersed in a game world
Xenogears - Life changing experience
Tenchu : Stealth Assassins - Incredible atmosphere, possibly my favorite game music soundtrack

I know there are more, but those come to mind.:)

Rogue15
01-21-2002, 02:56 PM
PC: Jedi Knight..i remember my first time trying to kill one of those AT-STs, kept dying, i thought it was a boss like in Shadows of the Empire. Also was playing it on my old 486 AST computer. And I liked that game ALOT better than shadows of the empire cause of the enemies talking and they'd actually follow you and fire at the same time, and you could trap them with those mines...aaah the memories!!! :D

In General i'd have to say Rogue Squadron. I remember playing it the day it came out cause one of my friends got it for his birthday...and then I got it for nintendo 64, and played it ALOT...then when I got a newer computer, i got the pc version last year (exactly 1 year yesterday!)

Tay-Mar
01-21-2002, 04:30 PM
I have 3

1/ Jedi Knight, I went to the States for a week, just to buy a copy over there before it came out over here. Expensive game or what ?

2/ Half Life, It was the most involving game around, at the time.

3/ X-Wing Alliance I still play it !!

I blame these three games for making me the person I am and I'm sure my wife wishes I'd spent as much time with hre as I have playing the above games.

Dack
01-22-2002, 02:09 AM
Here we go, by catagory and by impact:

X-Wing- I got that game when I was probably 10 or 11, and I played it for hours on end... really drew me into the star wars universe. Of course now i have X-Wing Alliance (just played a few missions tonight)

Day of the Tentacle- OMG, lucasarts makes the best adventure games. Very Honoroble mention goes to Curse of Monkey Island and Grim Fandango.

Dark Forces- The third level, the sewers, used to scare the crap out of me... classic memories. Honorable mention goes to Coridor 7, the first FPS I ever had, and Half-Life. Yet another game that still manages to scare the crap out of me every once in a while.

Command & Conquer- the 1st multiplayer game I ever played, on my 14.4 modem.

Need For Speed (the original)- best racer ever.

wow that turned out to be a lot...

Sounds Risky
01-23-2002, 05:07 AM
Halo, just way too much fun to be had on that game, especially on Co-Op.

Millions o' Monkeys
01-23-2002, 05:12 AM
1. the original command and conquer
2. Shadows of the Empire
3. JK
4. Sof
5. zelda

Toa Tahu
01-23-2002, 05:45 AM
I have only one game...

UberChild
01-23-2002, 07:14 AM
Most memorable single player.. definitly CRUSADER: NO REMORSE.. dunno if any of ya remember it.. it was pretty fancy with its fancy super vga graphics.. multiplayer (and single) JK i played it religiously every day for nearly 3 years.. the only game ive ever done that too, even learnt how to make web pages and helped run a clan..

Darth_Lando
01-23-2002, 11:13 AM
Hmmmm. This is a hard one. I'll list ones that had the most impact. In a chronological order.

1. Battletech : Crescent Hawk Inception - This game sold me on PC gaming. Played this for hours on end.

2. Civilization- probably the most addictive game I ever played. I spend many many hours playing this game.

3. Half Life/Jedi Knight- these two games did wonders for the FPS genre. And I enjoyed playing through both of these from start to finish.

4. Jedi Outcast??????? :D

thrEEpaGe
01-23-2002, 12:28 PM
jk, that game is 5 years old almost and im still playing multiplayer....really for me the multiplayer experience is the only way to go... a game is nothing without multiplayer...(SP is so, dull, you beat it once and its ... done...) multiplayer you have opponents..its just better...and the difficulty of your opponents is exponentially better on the internet than AI (on any game, not just fps), and multiplayer lets you talk and have fun, and gives you a challenge...
even though jk didnt spawn great changes in the fps world, it did however offer an interesting deviation to what was out in 1997...

also, unreal tournament...its so cool hehe....

for consolez, i would HAVE to mention the greatest game of all time, pokemon (all vers)...that game revolutionized what was on anime (geez there are tons of card game and creature type poke-spinoffs) heh...not to mention setting the bar for other pseudo rpg's...(its sort of an rpg i guess heh...sort of an pseudo rpg/adventure type game), but the concept was novel, and it was cool...

pokemon 0wnz =)

also, i have to give shoutz to the AoE series, which no self-respecting rts player could leave behind...the original aoe is still played a lot, even with the advent of its sequel age of kings has been immensely popular. how many games can say that? (heh is DF played much? i doubt it =)

thoze are the ones i pick, and its my opinion (and im prepared to defend it =))

Kylilin
01-24-2002, 01:52 PM
a few that I have been hooked on at one point or another:

Final Fantasy XII
Metal Gear Solid
Jedi Knight (of course)
Half Life
Half Life: Counter-Strike
Command and Conquer
and finally: NBA Live 95 for the PC (gotta go old school)

GUNNER
01-24-2002, 09:14 PM
Dark Forces. Played it everyday on the old P100.

Half-Life. No doubt about it. This game is the top in my books.

Half-Life single player maps. I have played over 25 SP maps and all of them were great.

JK. Loved it although that Boc guy gave me some fits.

Counter-Strike. This game owns me.:( Wish I could tear myself from it.

Unreal. I just bought Unreal Gold for $6.99 and it was money well spent.

acdcfanbill
01-24-2002, 10:47 PM
FF 12? hell, i though they were just beginning work on 11, since 10 just came out :D

Kylilin
01-25-2002, 07:53 PM
oops, my bad, I meant FFVII:p

acdcfanbill
01-26-2002, 06:23 AM
lol, yea i figgured, 7 seems to be a lot of ppls favorite... i would say my most memorible game was the first one i played, Battle for (or was it of) Britian on my cousins computer, damn that was fun, and it hooked me on computer games ever since... hey, at least no one else named it :D

speaking of irony, i believe it was in fact a LEC game...

Millions o' Monkeys
01-26-2002, 07:27 AM
really ??? ive never heard of it, ill have to have a look aorund for it sometime.

Well people this is my last post for today time for bed. the reason im saying this is because i have been on these forums for 12 hours straight :)

well cya tomorrow mornin'

CaptainRAVE
01-26-2002, 07:57 AM
Indeed that is a long time :).....

Probably it was Lucasarts games that first got me into PC games.......well done :)

Kylilin
01-26-2002, 12:35 PM
I think the first game that actually got me hooked on PC games was Ultima 7, a friend of mine had it and I would play it non-stop, after that RPG's are still my favorite type of game, the latest one I bought and am hooked on is Icewind Dale, which is also incredible...

StarScrap
01-26-2002, 01:03 PM
It's a hard choice for me, but I would have to say StarCraft. The best RTS ever. That seriously took a bite out of the "more is better" and "prettier is better" theories of the time. Even though SWGB seems to live up to the first one.

Honorable mentions:

DF: When you get to kill Boba Fett, there's no way this could NOT be mentioned.

JK: I get a LIGHT SABER?!?!?

C&C: Hooked me on RTS. Before that it was only WarCraft 2.

Might and Magic 6: The first one I played, I've played every one since, and most of the other genres in Might and Magic.

Sounds Risky
01-26-2002, 02:54 PM
The first PC games I played were (I believe) Space Quest III, King's Quest V, and Leisure Suit Larry II.

Imp Destroyer
02-01-2002, 10:18 AM
hmmmm, fav game, would have to Super Mario Bros. 3 with game genie of course
then there is of course JK, and XWA, i wish they would make another in that series either before or after the others, in timeline
i also like DF duh. i can relate on that sewer level, i loved doing it with all wepons "LAPOSTAL" one of my fav codes
die dianoga
though on another note its Battle of Britian not for
i'm getting hooked on C&C Yuri's revenge, i have a map i made that is no too fair tho the guys on the bottom it's 4plr the two masses are separated by water no bridges with a "Lagoon" on the top for a protected area for ships
i'm rambling, though another fav game is Rouge Leader for Gamecube

StarScrap
02-01-2002, 06:24 PM
Is Yuri's Revenge worth it as an expansion? I've found that the C&C expansions aren't all that great, so I never got it. The Yuri side sounds interesting, but not much more.

SL_Ki-Adi-Mundi
02-01-2002, 09:54 PM
Hrmmm...

1. Dark Forces II: Jedi Knight - First computer game I ever played, I still love it. I got it shortly after it came out.
2. Red Alert: Command & Conquer - Gotta go with simpson here, this game r0x
3. Half-Life - While the game itself is pretty good, the mods for it are the best, IMO
4. This Ninja game I forgot the name of for the original Nintendo - While I've never been much of a consoler, or a gamer at that until I got JK, I always loved this game where you were this blue looking ninja guy with a sword. You could pick up throwing stars, or shoukens, too. The first boss was this big fat guy in some kind of diner. You could bounce off of walls as well. Anyone have a vague idea of the game that I'm talking about?

Broode
02-02-2002, 01:43 AM
I can't believe no ones said these yet!

Doom: The most influential and widespread shooter of all time. This is what got me hooked, and I haven't seen the light of day since.

The Secret of Monkey Island: I LOVE THE MONKEY SEIRIES! This was pretty much my first game, not sure how i came across it but I LOVED IT! I have to get my hands on Monkey 4, i can't believe i havent got this yet.

Half-Life may be the most influential game in the genre for years, but it really didn't infuence me.

acdcfanbill
02-02-2002, 03:10 AM
perhaps you are thinking of ninja gaden, a pretty damn good (hard) game... i also read that they are making a new one for the 'cube....

Imp Destroyer
02-02-2002, 08:46 AM
i know that game i think that it was shinjinrui or shinobi

Imp Destroyer
02-02-2002, 09:53 AM
i wouldn't know if Yuri's revenge is a good add on because that's all i've played of C&C

StarScrap
02-02-2002, 11:45 AM
Originally posted by Imp Destroyer

i'm getting hooked on C&C Yuri's revenge

i wouldn't know if Yuri's revenge is a good add on because that's all i've played of C&C

uhhhh.....

Imp Destroyer
02-02-2002, 12:42 PM
it's my roomate's that's all he has of C&C with him

Bartolo_JCS
02-03-2002, 12:30 AM
in order of time

Wolf3d/Doom
Tie Fighter/X-Wing vs. Tie Fighter
Dark Forces/Jedi Knight
Half-Life/Counter-Strike(I despise team fortress..)

:zuckuss: :bossk:

for a console game it'd be the one and only Zelda II for the NES

DrIfTeR
02-03-2002, 12:47 AM
i would say darkforces and jk changed me first i got stuck ito star wars with dark forces then jk made a an online gamer,to consoles goes metal gear,yes thats right the very first one hardest game ive ever played.

*edit=i forgot blake stone the first fps i ever played*

CaptainRAVE
02-03-2002, 05:35 AM
The first RPG I ever played was Star Trek The Final Unity :rolleyes:

StarScrap
02-03-2002, 09:58 PM
I still don't understand how you can get hooked on "C&C Yuri's revenge" without ever playing it.

pinkpanther718
02-03-2002, 11:44 PM
So many to choose from. For PC I have to go with the whole X-Wing series. I have so many memories of going through the X-Wing and TIE Fighter games, then later playing the multiplayer on XvT and XWA. As far as console games go..... I must go with some PSX favorites, namely Tomb Raider, and Metal Gear Solid, also throw in the RE series, all those games bring back some fine memories.

Justus
02-04-2002, 10:58 AM
It's hard for me to just pin-point one game that is memorable to me. But one of the most memorable games I absolutely loved and still love to this day is the Elite series. Totally open ended and you can do whatever you want, absolutely the best game I've ever played. Then came along Privateer (and the expansion Righteous Fire) which was the same basic idea as Elite, which I played for hours on end back in the day. Non-linear plot, you can do whatever you want, and the whole Gemini sector as your stomping ground. It's a shame multi-player wasn't really invented at this time, because it would've made for interesting scenerios, and yes I was a big Trade Wars 2002 fan as well.

I'd say other games that were equally as memorable for me were Day of the Tenticle, Fate of Atlantis, Full Throttle, X-Wing, and definately TIE Fighter and Dark Forces. I've been a LucasArts fan since the days of Maniac Mansion and Loom, and I still play these games pretty regularly.

Justus
02-04-2002, 11:01 AM
Originally posted by CaptainRAVE
The first RPG I ever played was Star Trek The Final Unity :rolleyes:

I'm not a big Star Trek fan, however two of the best adventure games I've played were 25th Anniversary and Judgement Rites.

Kylilin
02-04-2002, 11:23 AM
Tetris for gameboy was pretty cool, in fact its the standard by which all other gameboy games should be measured...
anyone remember Toejam and Earl? that was a semi-cool game...
Blades of Steel rocked the house...
the original Twisted Metal is a classic game...

But there is still one area of gaming no one has mentioned yet...ARCADE GAMES!!! Remember the original Street Fighter, and Street Fighter II? Out Run? Operation Wolf? Marvel vs. Capcom? Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? those are my most memorable Arcade games...

thrEEpaGe
02-04-2002, 11:26 AM
/me is still hooked on pokemon =)

btw, if anyone has ever played pokemon (on gameboy, and not just watched someone else play) and NOT got hooked, please refer me to your psychiatrist please

heh...

Justus
02-04-2002, 12:39 PM
Originally posted by Kylilin
Tetris for gameboy was pretty cool, in fact its the standard by which all other gameboy games should be measured...
anyone remember Toejam and Earl? that was a semi-cool game...
Blades of Steel rocked the house...
the original Twisted Metal is a classic game...

But there is still one area of gaming no one has mentioned yet...ARCADE GAMES!!! Remember the original Street Fighter, and Street Fighter II? Out Run? Operation Wolf? Marvel vs. Capcom? Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles? those are my most memorable Arcade games...

Well my gaming origins are quite different than yours, because I began on an old Apple II+ back in like 1986 or so, I was only 10 at the time and I didn't own a console system until 1990 or 1991, and by that time I was hooked on computer games and nothing could pull me away from my BBS' and various computer games, while some were inferior in graphics compared to the consoles at the time, the whole computer gaming scene was starting to catch up. You'd be hard pressed to try and pull me away from Wing Commander back then, or dare interupt me while I was playing my turns on BBS Door games such as Legends of the Red Dragon, Trade Wars 2002, or Barren Realms Elite.

Text adventures with no graphics, I don't know how I ever played those games now (I'm 25 now) I've tried playing some of those games again but I just don't have the patience without graphics there to spoil me. Anyone here play the original Wolfenstein game that was released in 1983? Now there's a trip.

Justus
02-04-2002, 02:21 PM
Originally posted by Brick
I'd love to say Jedi Knight because it's my favorite, but there are two others that were trailblazers for me.

1) Wing Commander. It manages to outweigh Duke Nukem and X-wing in my eyes, even though I also played those and loved them early on. If I didn't feel the need to limit this, I'd add all the WC games.

2) Dark Forces. Because I didn't expect to like it, for some reason. When I played it, it became one of my favorites before I'd even recovered the Death Star plans.

I absolutely love the first Wing Commander game, and the 2 special operations expansions that came out afterwards. That game takes me way back, and the entire feeling that game gives you is just awesome. I like Wing Commander 2, and Privateer as well. However they lost me once III came out, for some reason I just couldn't get into it anymore. Maybe it was the fact that I was into the X-Wing and TIE Fighter series immensily, who knows.

Dark Forces is probably the best FPS game I ever played, with Jedi Knight a close second. I was never a big fan of Doom, however I did like Wolfenstein 3D. The big plus for this game for me was Star Wars, but once I played it it was much more than that. You could actually JUMP in this FPS, and the level designs were original and very thought out, and VERY Star Wars. The '90's were very kind to us Star Wars fans. The only thing that dissapointed me with Dark Forces, and Jedi Knight was the lack of a Blastech DL-44 heavy blaster... I know that is nitpicking, but that is my favorite weapon in the Star Wars trilogy. It looks like I will have to live without it once again in Jedi Knight Outcast, but atleast I got to use one for a little while in MoTS.

Sounds Risky
02-04-2002, 06:16 PM
Originally posted by thrEEpaGe
if anyone has ever played pokemon (on gameboy, and not just watched someone else play) and NOT got hooked, please refer me to your psychiatrist please

I played it, I didn't get the point of it. Maybe I was a lucky one.

Kylilin
02-04-2002, 11:29 PM
I remember playing text only RPG's in school on the old Apple IIe, those were pretty cool, but my gaming origins are in the Arcade, since I never had a nintendo, I played on my friends, the first system I had was Sega Genesis, and not until I was in high school...

Justus
02-05-2002, 10:39 AM
Sega Genesis had some great games. I played on a friends Sega and loved that thing, almost made me jealous of him. The first console I owned was a Super Nintendo, and then I later bought an NES for really cheap. The games I really liked for both of these were the Zelda series, and Super Star Wars, Empire, and Jedi weren't too bad either for platformers.

Once I got a job and started making money I tried the console market again, I bought an PSX but again got bored with it quickly, then later I bought an N64 because a friend "highly" suggested it, and I have to say the only two games I really LOVED on this system was Zelda Orciana of Time and Majora's Mask. Then for some reason I tried the PS2, and I have no idea why. While I like games like Grand Theft Auto 3, the system otherwise just sits there gathering dust. I am not sure why I keep giving the console market a try for, but I do.

Lord_FinnSon
02-05-2002, 01:10 PM
I don't want to choose only one game out of so many excellent products, so I list few of them:

Tie Fighter(one of the first and most influential SW games to me)
Dark Forces(MUCH better than Doom or Duke Nukem 3D at the time)
JK/MotS(those levels, baby, they are huge!)
Gabriel Knight series(excellent example of good storytelling)
Broken Sword(Circle of Blood in the USA) series(thumbs up to Revolution for still believing in pure adventure gaming)
Grim Fandango(has special place in my heart as one of the most distinctive adventure games ever created)
No one lives forever(one of the most distinctive FPS shooters which keeps my faith alive that there are developers who have encourage to stand out from the crowd and make games full of humour, 60s groovy style and interesting characters)
:D

Imp Destroyer
02-05-2002, 03:30 PM
Yuri's Revenge is the only one of the C&C series that i have played

Justus
02-05-2002, 03:33 PM
I have to admit that LucasArts does make some of the best adventure games out there. I agree that Grim Fandango is an absolute masterpiece, the Monkey Island series is pretty awesome too.

A few other games I cannot get enough of is the Thief series, Deus Ex was pretty fun too. It's too hard to find just ONE memorable game, because there's quite a few out there.

basketFC
02-05-2002, 06:12 PM
Tie Fighter - got me hooked on space sims and the cutscenes are awesome. Made me buy a soundcard for my dad's pc, and I also broke a joystick (crap one) playing the game.

FFVII - didn't get any sleep for two days.

Sherack Nhar
02-05-2002, 06:32 PM
Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis
First game I played on my then-brand-new 166Mhz PC, that game took me almost a year to finish it without using any walkthroughs or hints of any sort. The "bad" ending REALLY freaked me out too!!

Star Wars: Tie Fighter
Need I say more? My first time working for the Empire as a Tie Fighter pilot was the best time I had. I can still remember those late night hours playing the game while eating chocolate between missions :) I had an obsession with the secondary and tertiary mission objectives too - I wanted those cool blue tatoos! :D

Grim Fandango
The style of the game blew me away. Mixing art from Aztec civilization, mexican folklore and '50 Film Noir atmosphere was pure genius from Tim Schafer. The artwork was awesome - and the characters were cool! The humor in the game was a nice bonus too! Also, it's a game that helped me learn a bit more of english ;) I nearly cried when I finished the game...I wanted more! :(

Wow, three Lucasarts games. LONG LIVE LUCASARTS!

darthfergie
02-05-2002, 10:10 PM
1. Star Wars Rebellion
2. Sid Meier's Gettysburg/Antietam
3. Rogue Squadron 64

Dan12R
02-07-2002, 09:58 PM
Obiviously Sam and Max Hit the Road: I was excited when I heard there was going to be another one, then my head fell in sadness when I heard it was going to be on X-Box and not PC

Jedi Knight: I didn't like FPS until this came out and put the twists of light Sabers and force powers in it. That made it more fun and more Chivalrous (sp?) then go around and blow the crap out each other, the one with the bigger gun wins

Excite Bike (NES) Who can forget this game?

Ep. 1 Racer: When I first heard about it, I thought "DUMB!" but then when I played the demo, I was hooked

Wing Commander 2: This was the first CD-ROM game I had. It was classic

Pong. This is just something everyone will remember

Kylilin
02-08-2002, 01:06 AM
excite bike rocked...so did duck hunt, I mean, you could shoot at the screen!?!? that was awesome!!!

thrEEpaGe
02-08-2002, 10:29 AM
since im a youngun round here (maybe not the youngest, but a young person in that im a minor), and anyway, tie fighter was the very first pc game i ever played (with notable exceptions to the elite games on the old macs we had at school) heh.....and that game rocked...i didnt play anything else (i hadnt really gotten into dark forces, but my friend on the bus at school had told me in 97 about a game called jedi knight and a clan he was in.....i was a huge star wars fan, and this guy was my friend for a while, so i went out and downloaded the demo...i was hooked....not short after i was whooping butts on bespin like the best of them (or so i thought hehe) and one day in the demo room i saw someone with the same clan as my friend...i talked to him, found out my friends zone name, and started talking to him....he convinced me how elite the full version was, and i went out and bought it....i was inseparable with that game....i played and played and played it (the only game i played at all until the phantom menace or so, then i played jk mostly)...and till ut came out, it was my favorite game (jk0 has big shoes to fill for me) so im hoping that jk0 will be as good of a game as jk was...that will be an amazing game =)

Imp Destroyer
02-10-2002, 02:24 PM
you can't diss Chrono Trigger!!!

darthfergie
02-10-2002, 02:35 PM
Originally posted by Dan12R
Obiviously Sam and Max Hit the Road: I was excited when I heard there was going to be another one, then my head fell in sadness when I heard it was going to be on X-Box and not PC

THERE IS?!?!?!?:eek:

When did they anounce that!!!:eek:

Dan12R
02-10-2002, 02:54 PM
I saw something about it at samandmax.net I'm not sure about all the details, but you can check it out.

darthfergie
02-10-2002, 03:36 PM
I thought they were just joking and dreaming about a new game?!?!?!?:eek:

I'll have to look at that...