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What's your favourite old game?

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posted on Nov, 18 2016 @ 12:37 AM
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Ah, mine would definitely have to be (in no particular order):

Castlevania: Symphony Of The Night
Zelda: A Link To The Past
Altered Beast (Arcade)
Street Fighter II (Arcade)
Postal 1 & 2
Doom 64
Silent Hill
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posted on Nov, 18 2016 @ 01:55 AM
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early 90's syndicate. you send out terminator like agents to control the city. some versions were crap dont recall which was the classic. they made a new one called satellite reign i haven't played yet but reviews are good.



posted on Dec, 7 2016 @ 06:38 AM
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nuf said...






originally posted by: Emit1
early 90's syndicate. you send out terminator like agents to control the city. some versions were crap dont recall which was the classic. they made a new one called satellite reign i haven't played yet but reviews are good.

Syndicate was released in 93 on MS Dos and Amiga, later ported to consoles and other systems. I finished original game more then once back in time and recently with emulation. There was expansion (American Revolt) to original game, and later games just never got hype original game did.
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posted on Dec, 7 2016 @ 07:33 AM
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originally posted by: Kromlech
Ah, mine would definitely have to be (in no particular order):

Castlevania: Symphony Of The Night
Zelda: A Link To The Past
Altered Beast (Arcade)
Street Fighter II (Arcade)
Postal 1 & 2
Doom 64
Silent Hill


Someone else who loved Doom 64? This makes me happy.
That was my favorite of the classic style Doom games, even though I know that's sacrilege to a lot of fellow old school Doom heads. The more horror themed vibe and creepy sound effects, as well as the artifact keys, made it so distinctive. Must have spent 100+ hours (in the days before I had internet) trying to get all the secret levels (and beat them) including the Hectic stage. There's a pretty great total conversion for it called Doom 64 TC, and a standalone closer to the original called Doom 64 The Absolution EX if you haven't played it in a while.

I still hold out hope for an official re-release with up scaling like Turok got recently.

Peace.
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