https://battle.net/recruit/R7HD2VJJ2K My heroes of the storm recruitment link. Looking for MOBA enthusiasts to play with. I also want a cool bike tbh.
Zelda, Battletoads vs Double Dragon, Final Fantasy, (Super) Mario, Turtles in Time, Pokémon, Joe & Mac <3 and too many others! Complete SNES Rom set FTW!
Wasn't that Heretic?Can anyone help me what that FPS was called in a Horror Scene...??
And lots of people mention games that are not relevant to the topic.. Some are "Old School" yes, but not from the era's till SNES (like the one mentioning FFVII and MGS :P)
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My father owned an arcade back in the 80's when i was growing up so i go way back,
That list could go on forever,as far as the nintendo/sega era
Duck Hunt (soooo wish you could shoot that damn dog)
That List could go on forever as well
Jagged Alliance 2. Still playing it from time to time. ("Shadow" and Ivan ftw!)
Old beat`em up`s for Mega Drive, such as Golden Axe and Streets of Rage series, TMNT, and Maximum Carnage.
Flashback - one of the best adventures of all times.
Half-Life, i guess its old enough to be considered oldschool.
*edit* Forgot "Strike" series and Red Zone, how could I?
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Shaq fu counts
Lufia 2 was such a awesome game, played that endlessly when it came out... Can't find my super nintendo anymore to play it though .
I AM CALYPSO.
Twisted Metal, really:
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Also it used the Build engine but was made by Monolith, to me I always saw it as the predecessor to their F.E.A.R series of FPS games.
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My fav game of all time is Nox. It was released back in 2000, It was the first online game I had ever played, it died when the company was bought out by EA games, saddest day of my life ;( It had the best CTF game ever. If i ever become a millionaire, My money is going into reviving that game.
Frontier Elite II - The best ever space simulator combat thingy game ever to grace the floppy disk with an incredible midi music track. I actually learned what classical music was when playing that. Ah the joys of learning while spending ages being docked waiting for someone to post a recruitment ad so you could actually leave and transport stuff =D