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#ActualMalabyte

Posted 27 August 2013 - 08:10 AM

I've played so many games that I've completely lost count, after about 500+ titles. But the earliest titles for me started at about 3rd generation (8-bit) of gaming and exploded during 4th gen (16-bit, SNES and Sega Genesis/Megadrive)

 

My first games:

 

- Giana Sisters (Absolute first game I've played)

- Digger

- Supercars

- Commander Keen series

- Eye of the Beholder series

- Captain Comic

 

Here's my absolute favorite games:

 

Gameplay: GTA San Andreas!

Music: Zelda III, Super Metroid and just about every decent SNES game ever released.

Genre: FPS - Deus Ex, Half-Life, Farcry, Crysis, Borderlands and Medal of Honor: Allied Assault

Setting: Post-Apoc - Fallout series, Rage, etc.

Story: Final Fantasy VII and Baldur's Gate

Character: The Nameless One (Planescape: Torment)

Weapons: Gravity Gun (HL2) and the fully automatic eight-shot Fat Boy Experimental Mirv of Fallout 3. biggrin.png (The BFG can go to bed.)


#3Malabyte

Posted 27 August 2013 - 08:08 AM

I've played so many games that I've completely lost count, after about 500+ titles. But the earliest titles for me started at about 3rd generation (8-bit) of gaming and exploded during 4th gen (16-bit, SNES and Sega Genesis/Megadrive)

 

My first games:

 

- Giana Sisters (Absolute first game I've played)

- Digger

- Supercars

- Commander Keen series

- Eye of the Beholder series

- Captain Comic

 

Here's my absolute favorite games:

 

Gameplay: GTA San Andreas!

Music: Zelda III, Super Metroid and just about every decent SNES game ever released.

Genre: FPS - Deus Ex, Half-Life, Farcry, Crysis, Borderlands and the original Medal of Honor: Allied Assault

Setting: Post-Apoc - Fallout series, Rage, etc.

Story: Final Fantasy VII and Baldur's Gate

Character: The Nameless One (Planescape: Torment)

Weapons: Gravity Gun (HL2) and the fully automatic eight-shot Fat Boy Experimental Mirv of Fallout 3. biggrin.png (The BFG can go to bed.)


#2Malabyte

Posted 27 August 2013 - 08:08 AM

I've played so many games that I've completely lost count, after about 500+ titles. But the earliest titles for me started at about 3rd generation (8-bit) of gaming and exploded during 4th gen (16-bit, SNES and Sega Genesis/Megadrive)

 

My first games:

 

- Giana Sisters (Absolute first game I've played)

- Digger

- Supercars

- Commander Keen series

- Eye of the Beholder series

- Captain Comic

 

It's kinda hard to decide what my absolute favorite games are, but here goes:

 

Gameplay: GTA San Andreas!

Music: Zelda III, Super Metroid and just about every decent SNES game ever released.

Genre: FPS - Deus Ex, Half-Life, Farcry, Crysis, Borderlands and the original Medal of Honor: Allied Assault

Setting: Post-Apoc - Fallout series, Rage, etc.

Story: Final Fantasy VII and Baldur's Gate

Character: The Nameless One (Planescape: Torment)

Weapons: Gravity Gun (HL2) and the fully automatic eight-shot Fat Boy Experimental Mirv of Fallout 3. biggrin.png (The BFG can go to bed.)


#1Malabyte

Posted 27 August 2013 - 08:07 AM

I've played so many games that I've completely lost count, after about 500+ titles. But the earliest titles for me started at about 3rd generation (8-bit) of gaming and exploded during 4th gen (16-bit, SNES and Sega Genesis/Megadrive)

 

My first games:

 

- Giana Sisters (Absolute first game I've played)

- Digger

- Supercars

- Commander Keen series

- Eye of the Beholder series

- Captain Comic

 

It's kinda hard to decide what my absolute favorite games are, but I'll try:

 

Gameplay: GTA San Andreas!

Music: Zelda III, Super Metroid and just about every decent SNES game ever released.

Genre: FPS - Deus Ex, Half-Life, Farcry, Crysis, Borderlands and the original Medal of Honor: Allied Assault

Setting: Post-Apoc - Fallout series, Rage, etc.

Story: Final Fantasy VII and Baldur's Gate

Character: The Nameless One (Planescape: Torment)

Weapons: Gravity Gun (HL2) and the fully automatic eight-shot Fat Boy Experimental Mirv of Fallout 3. biggrin.png (The BFG can go to bed.)


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