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Top fifty....games around

Postby Neo » Sun May 25, 2003 8:43 am

Welcome one and all to thhe top fifty games of all time!
1Tao feng
fist of the lotus for xbox

2Vice city for ps2

3project gothom for xbox

4 Splinter cell xbox
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Postby KidD01 » Sun May 25, 2003 9:18 am

No no no

If you refering the term "of all time" then it must come down to :

1. Lemmings - PC

2. PitFall - Atari console

3. Ninja Gaiden series - NES 8

4. M.U.LE. - PC

5. Eye of Beholder series - PC and Dune 2 - PC

6. Legend of Zelda 2 - NES8 and Wing Commander 2 + add on - PC

7. DOOM series - any platform and X-com UFO Defense - PC

8. Wing Commander 3 - PC (it's the first PC game utilising video movie w/ the system) and Super Shinobi 3 - Genesis

9. Donkey Kong Country - SNES

10. Knight of Xentar - PC & Cobra Mission - PC (I bet only some of you know these :D )
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Postby Obike Fixx » Sun May 25, 2003 9:39 am

1. - Planescape: Torment

2. - Fallout 1 & 2

3. - BG 1 & 2

4. - Morrowind: The Elder Scrools 3

5. - Nox

6. - Freelancer

7. - Black & White

8. - Grand Theft Auto 1 & 2

9. - Half-Life

10. - Doom or Wolfenstein

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Postby Aegis » Sun May 25, 2003 9:48 am

Super Dodge Ball. :D

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Postby ThorinOakensfield » Sun May 25, 2003 9:54 am

1. Baldur's Gate 2
2. Legend of Zelda; Ocarina of Time
3. Baldur's Gate 1
4. Grand Theft Auto 3
5. Half-Life
6. Counter-Strike
7. Sonic 2
8. Sonic 3
9. Civilization 3
10. Mortal Kombat 3 Deluxe Edition (name?)
11. World of Illusions
12. Goldeneye 64
13. Mortal Kombat 2
14. Golden Axe 2
15. Quack-Shot
16. Civilization 2
17. Battlefield 1942
18. Unreal
19. Day of Defeat
20. Fifa 95

The games were on Sega Megadrive 2 (Genesis), N64, PS2, or PC.

Games in the future I can see on the top of this list: Half-Life 2, Rise of the Nations, Total War: Rome, Doom 3.
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Postby fable » Sun May 25, 2003 10:08 am

Well, I suppose 50 games is a bit different from the usual "top 10 games" that this kind of category draws. :rolleyes: ;) Still, can't say most of us remember 50 games we've played. Most of us probably haven't played 50 computer games in our lives, I suspect.

Here's the list of my faves from 1985 onwards. Not the best, or the top; just the ones I liked, and played a good deal for a while. Only a couple draw me back. Life remains the most interesting and confusing experience of all.

Murder on the Zinderneuf
M.U.L.E.
Archon
The City
Hidden Agenda
Ultima IV-VII
Betrayal at Krondor
Master of Magic
Darklands
Alpha Centauri
Might and Magic III
Planescape: Torment
BG2
Sacrifice
Simcity 2000
Magic Candle series
Patrician II
The Longest Journey
King of Dragon Pass
Sam and Max Hit the Road
Monkey Island I and III
Quest by Fire III, IV
Civ II
Dr. Brain series
Morrowind
Chessmaster 8000
Railroad Tycoon II
Worlds of Ultima series (not Underworld)
Europa Universalis II
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Postby Littiz » Sun May 25, 2003 10:43 am

Originally posted by fable
Most of us probably haven't played 50 computer games in our lives, I suspect.

You kidding right :D ?
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Postby fable » Sun May 25, 2003 10:50 am

Originally posted by Littiz
You kidding right :D ?


Um, no. I mean, you *do* have a life away from playing games on the computer, right? Family, friends, lovers...? Work? A world filled with incredible things to see, hear, do, learn?

You are having me on, I hope? :confused:
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Postby Xandax » Sun May 25, 2003 11:39 am

a ... life??

Think I saw a program on that once, on discorvery .... or was it "Twilight Zone"??
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Postby fable » Sun May 25, 2003 11:58 am

Originally posted by Xandax
a ... life??

Think I saw a program on that once, on discorvery .... or was it "Twilight Zone"??


You're scaring me, @Xandax. :eek:
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Postby HighLordDave » Sun May 25, 2003 12:19 pm

Originally posted by Xandax
a ... life??

I sold mine a couple of years ago for a CD burner, two tires for my car and a collection of Janine Lindemulder videos.
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Postby KidD01 » Sun May 25, 2003 12:33 pm

Originally posted by HighLordDave
I sold mine a couple of years ago for a CD burner, two tires for my car and a collection of Janine Lindemulder videos.


I'd buy that for a dollar :p :D :D
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Postby Xandax » Sun May 25, 2003 3:19 pm

Originally posted by fable
You're scaring me, @Xandax. :eek:


Yeah - I*m sorry I can't remember where it was ... I'm so ashamed of my self .....

well not really, but it did sound good :D
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Postby frogus » Sun May 25, 2003 5:33 pm

Originally posted by fable
Um, no. I mean, you *do* have a life away from playing games on the computer, right? Family, friends, lovers...? Work? A world filled with incredible things to see, hear, do, learn?

You are having me on, I hope? :confused:
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Postby Stilgar » Sun May 25, 2003 7:25 pm

1. Tetris
2. Baldur's gate II
3. Baldur's gate I
4. Final Fantasy VII
5. Zelda for the SNES

This is equal to the hours of gameplay I put in each game
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Postby Neo » Mon May 26, 2003 8:28 am

Originally posted by Aegis
Super Dodge Ball. :D



No not super dodge ball Super dodge ball XP! dont 'cha know?
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Postby Littiz » Mon May 26, 2003 10:34 am

Um, no. I mean, you *do* have a life away from playing games on the computer, right? Family, friends, lovers...? Work? A world filled with incredible things to see, hear, do, learn?

Uh?
:confused:
I heard about a game once that spoke of those things you mention...
"The Sims" I think it's called...
Never played that one :D :D

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Sorry for infesting the forums with my "problems" anyway :mad: :mad:
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(hey I'm not so filled with problems, I'm just too much driven by my moods! :D )

Actually I *was* kidding ;) , but if I try some calculations..
Well my father bought the first PC for his work when I was about 6 or 7... Apple IIc..
Yes, there *were* games for that!
I had a lot, Load Runner, Choplifter, a few text adventures...
Then came the Atari (who remembers Snoopy flying on his "plane"??)
Then the C64 of course... and those magazines sold together with 10-20 games: I bought some, played very few but of course I *tried* them all..
Then the first "real" PCs, the first cool games, EoB, Tie Fighter...who can remember them all!
Till the "new generation" of games, of which of course you play only a few (BG2...)...
But add the TONS of Coin-Ups...
:D :D
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