Most beautiful thing to ever grace the screen of my PC.
Earth 2150 anyone? Used to have some epic online battles playing this.
Anyone else have this on their computers in gradeschool?
I am looking for a game i once played. i dont remeber the name cos i was apunk and didnt even know english. I do remember however that it was a TRS. it was somewhat middle ages but with cannons. the resources were wood iron and something else. i remeber that you could put workers to work on iron kilns where there was a building with a kiln and an anvil that had redhot sword on it if worker was working. i only got to the third level becasue the enemy had some mortar looking cannons and beat me every time.
game was fun, shit my pants everytime though, scary stuff
Both 1 and 2 were amazing, but 1 is a definite classic
Always good to see some D2. I remember making a pair of gloves with the item creator that would make it so every time you hit something it would cast every one of the sorcerer's spells at level 99 all at once. My old PC lagged hard lol
Black and White. Awesome game where you play as a god and control a creature while maintaining a town with villagers against disasters and shit. you also help them out with errands and shit. Totally fun when you can turn your creature into hell's monkey (literally, a red monkey oozing with evil)
Fuck, I god that game on a pirate cd I bought on a shady fleamarket in poland. I lost the cd and always wondered what that game was.
Anyone remember death rally?
The game has to be old to be considered worthy of nostalgia
All I remember is sniping people in that space map.
This one I remember clearly.. That detention map though.. LET ME OUUUUT
Still convinced this is the best Battlefield game
>We had intercomms installed at our house so we could talk easily between the upstairs and downstairs without shouting.
>We were supposed to go out the night this came out to buy it from Best Buy.
>My dad refused to take my brother and I to get it. (was probably like $40 at the time)
>I started crying and asking "pleeeease" over the intercomm
>Eventually everyone in the house turned theirs off.
>I had a blanket around me and not sure if that gave myself away or not (was a bright green bug's life blanket), it probably did but my dad just didn't say anything and hasn't since, but I went downstairs and crawled around to get to the intercomm and turn it back on then came back upstairs to continue what it was I was doing.
Eventually we went out and got it.
>MFW pic looks better than i remember the game to look
He's in this thread, you think he would? Also, if you need backstory for your gameplay, so you don't just zip through all dialogue (especially crucial in this game because all decisions determine the outcome of your game) then you NEED to play 1 - 3. All decisions carry over to the next one.
THIS ONE WAS THE BEST!
It had the program that let you CREATE your own tables with custom images/sounds/bouncer properties/etc. on your PC. I created so many farting bouncers.
Totally underrated trilogy.
I have replayed them at least once a year to this day.
2 will make absolutely no sense if you don't see how the first one ends and get the feel for the characters and yourself. I'll admit, the only thing that really carries over is if you're a male or femshep, but still really good to see the storyline and how it progresses throughout the trilogy.
I was freaking the fuck out at how amazing it was when you met the prothean artifact that talked to you in the first one. Best in-game experience ever
>ME1 is best ME
My fucking niggers
I know that.
I was just saying that you have to buy a DLC to actually make the decisions you made in 1 carry over to 2.
I hated that that fucking ashley was still alive when i started 2..
the entire Petz series really was good, especially Catz 4. I remember going onto angelfire websites to get hosted breed files and make the oddest looking fucking cats you could ever see. I'm talking like ones that were just a really tiny ball of fur when fully grown.
That looks like a shittier version of pic related
I remember the second one with the UFO and that super awesome farm music. So freaking catchy
for pic: found this in a nearby store's cheap ass games bin for like $4 - 5. BEST MONEY EVER SPENT
Anyone else a fan of this bad ass series
>being the bad guy was awesome
and another one of my old DOS favorites
when games fit on floppy disks
Back in the days when educational "games" were a big thing. I think pic related was the first thing I "played" on Windows.
Never played crazy taxi. I might have a loooong time ago on a PS1 at a friend's house, but this one and that one were a couple of my all time favorites.
TIM 1 and 2
all greats from the DOS era
This and the Jill of the Jungle series were great platformers.
no other oldfags remember how awesome this game was?
You can do loads of stupid shit in the game.
B Hunter. I was too young to understand it and never figured how I turn my ship again after it flipped for some reason....went on to fly through railway tunnels chasing the train (or vice versa)
Isn't even 2. THIS is what I remember.
GTA 1 and 2 were awesome.
Not that I ever completed any missions.
I always just grabbed the nearest vehicle and wrecked shit.
Never could beat it though xD
Hipster Hotline Miami. The REAL GTA2
PC Gamer Demo disks?
That's exciting to hear! Might be doable. The only companies that nowadays need more money than that to make a descent game (see what i did there?) are really any kind of MMO.
Likewise. Spammed with tanks kek
4 + Rush Hour was pretty good too. but the first one had some pretty classic music.
Always owned the entire yard before entering the house lel
When it comes to videogames, I don't think anything can make me more nostalgic than Warcraft 2.
I fucking loved that game to death as a kid.
My biggest concern is it is being made by guys that were working on Star Citizen, aka the most over hyped game in human history. So I fear they are just doing what they saw happened with star citizen...
>Play on peoples' nostalgia for old games
>make a shitton of money for doing nothing but making a single crysis map and a couple models
>Hey, we should try it with Descent now!
Also, unrelated, mark my words, Star Citizen is going to be a failure of hliarious proportions
f-zero x anyone? still play it occasionally.
Who Carmageddon in here?
stubs is one of my all time favorites also dat soundtrack is one of the best ever
does anyone remember a RPG game on the PC set in medieval times, where you're some kind of knight or whatever who gets fucked up by a vampire in a cave or some shit. Then it proceeds to jump forwards in time, like the 40-50's maybe (maybe even 'today').
I can't remember the name of that game for the life of me
Bummer to hear, but yeah they had some pretty high expectations for that and usually such a massive scope ends up being nothing more than a heap of failure. Technology is not at a point yet that a game can have that kind of sustainability/capability
LEFT FOR DEAD ¬ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fTEw_G7ohUw
This game was the shit and still is the shit.
all games that defined my childhood.
>tfw patrician taste even as a kid
a bit niche
I still have the original artwork somewhere
I was waiting for this one to show up! Out of all the sim games this one, sim ant, and this pic are the ones i remember and loved the most