There was this one fucking game, I'm pretty sure on Xbox. I don't remember anything else about the game, but it was a third person fighting game with various weapons and guns, there was a level in a child's room on top of a study desk, one level of a kitchen sink I think, and there was another level of some scifi alien base thing. There was a duck character in it called Eugene.
Please. I need this.
Now I feel old
This one? I played it long time ago. First time I got diamond hard off of animated titties.
I'm tearing up. That's the fucking one.
Damn I miss being in primary school.
even if I was to be samefagging, why would it matter? go clean up the cheeto dust off of your keyboard lol
I meant I was the same poster as the question.
>CoD4 came out when I was 12. Shit was bomb. I put over 576 hourse into it.
This game was radical.
I hoped and prayed for LucasArts to make a second, but to no avail.
I wasted weeks of my childhood
Help! There was this PC game and it was this little boy going through fucked up dimensions/worlds and i remember in one level i tturned into a snail and thEy poured salt over him and i would take damage. I think it was like the 90ish .somewhat like American Mcgees Alice i believe
Just got mine down from the attic to play with my daughter. Still as awesome as day one. (that's actually the exact set I have too, in addition to a blue small suitcase thing).
>still haven't finished it, a decade and a half later
Please if anybody can help still trying to look for a game, that had a little boy i believe going through fucked up places and in one of them there are giant salt shakers hoveeing and i tured into a snail and if it touched me it woild damage me
I was playing my best friend one day, he completely wrecked my setup, I had maybe 3 stones stacked and he had most of his left. My ancestors must have been with me that day because in one hit I ended the game. I still make fun of Jake to this day because of that.
I have such a deep emotional connection with the first three Spyro games that I struggle with putting it in to words.
I remember playing them whenever my parents would fight and just feeling like I could make a difference, I could rescue the eggs, I could save dragons, I could be someone.
I felt in control, I felt like a hero.
It was a simpler, happier time, not just for videogames but for my life in general.
Idk, the music was fucking awesome too.
>Dat Stewart Copeland
Legend of Zelda Ocarina of time And Majoras Mask. I still play these games almost daily.
I know I'm revealing my age with these, a little bit, but fuck it, this is still true.
For me, the big three series that defined my childhood were Jack and Daxter, Rachet as Clank, and Sly Cooper.
But like >>612245384 said, I have a deep connection to the Sly Cooper games, because of what was going on at home, when I discovered them. They were my go to game for years. And I've played the orignal three probably a dozen times a piece.
Pic related, still one of my favorite games of all time.
Oh, also this entire series, and Pajama Sam. Fuck, I loved those games so much.
We are now soul brothers.
God these game were fucking babes,I bought rayman on the marketplace after and I still have baldurs gate 1 @and 2
Yep. Me, too. I was born a little bit later in the 90's, but I think I still had a pretty good childhood game experience. A lot of lessons were learned from those games, my friend.
just started replaying
no attachment AK best weapon
I'm not even joking
I cant remember playing this on Window 95 or 98. I feel like it was 98 I was 5 at the time
keep eating your freedom fries with mayo, frenchies
it's not about being trollbait, it's about showing everyone online that I am!
This shit right here.
>Tfw most people associate this game with cringe threads now
Also in my opinion, some of the greatest cinematics in the history of gaming. The voice acting was immaculate.
The first one is still my favourite game. Completed the game :D even beat the final dungeon [ 100 levels ]. The second one didn't do it for me as much, but I still loved it.
Did you hear they're remaking them both for PS3/4?
I actually didn't beat either one, a bit too hard for me at that age. However, I got further in the second, probably because I enjoyed it more. It felt more refined to me, and I preferred the characters and story in that one.
And now that I know, I will be on the lookout for the remakes. I would love to replay them now that I'm older. I had to sell the originals when my family was having money issues.
Take it you're around 19? I loved the first as to me it was much more of a JRPG than a US remake, and the story line was just awesome.
I hope the money troubles are a thing of the past dude / lady dude :)
Everyone in this fucking post is a newfag. Xbox, PS2, Nintendo DS. I was on 4chan while you were playing these shit games.
>on 4chan in 2k+1
>calling ppl newfag
nigga I was on 4chan back in the 90's
Go google," when was 4chan founded "