I forgot all about Tempest- something about the vector graphics coin-ops that I always enjoyed.
I also liked:
and too many others to list...
just about any pinball machine from the 70's/80's
Also others that may for may not have been mentioned:
Super Mario 1-3
Castelevania III + SOTN
Donkey Kong Country
Super Mario World
Life Force (never played it)
Actraiser was an AMAZING yet relatively unknown game. I thought it was groundbreaking at the time. First you play as God (sort of) in the building of
your cities, then you beam down as a mortal warrior to clear the dungeons which threaten your city with monsters. Ahead of its time, and I think
deserves a re-introduction to the modern gaming world.
originally posted by: SLAYER69
Later, beta testing and tech support for many titles including ... GTA III
Did you have anything to do with the highly underappreciated Riot code cheat?? That totally added a whole new challenge to the game, unfortunately
saving a game with this cheat enabled would corrupt the data.
That really should have carried over to 4 and 5 though, as well as san andreas.
pssh, I live to ruin those kids days. My #1 gun in Black ops 2 (#9) is the tac 45 semi auto pistol. When it comes to quick scopers I use two tactics.
I put on my running class, which is double perks down all slots, and only the pistol, or sometimes a shotgun. Just hug the walls on the way and then
The other method is even more fun. I just go full on noobtube + RPG + C4. My ps3 stopped reading discs last november though, and me and the kids just
been playing PVZ from download.
Everything on nintendo did on the SNES and 64 was gold. Does anyone remember the Xband?? My first taste
of multiplayer was the super nintendo with dial up. The original matchmaking process.
The M-14 was my best friend in MW3. I liked using the specialist class myself. Once you get enough kills you are running around with every perk. My
baby always will be Black ops 1 though for zombies, and ops 2 for multi.
MW3 is where I really started enjoying C4. I don't mind campers, although I rarely ever did. All of us will camp at one point, particularly in
objective games. I get why it makes people mad, but really it should just be motivation to get creative to burn down the tent lol.
I forget the name of the map, but there was one where some of my friends on team would lock down this narrow hallway that was on the second floor. It
had one window, and only two doorways. Two of us would park on both ends of the hallway and the rest would kill anyone who tried to enter. It made for
some very pissed off players. When they would try to rush the tank, we just tossed C4 over his head and boom.
other than that, I was mostly a run n gunner. AH6 was certainly the shiznit. I still got them all on PS3, I just cannot play them.
Double Dragon II and Final Fight. I've been playing A Link to the past on the SNES emulator recently too.
I also just found my old SNES console, now just waiting on the price to go up on those things. I currently only have one game on it, NBA LIVE 96...but
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