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New wheels john, for those who have no clue what i am talking about was an old spectrum game by Automata that allowed you to be a second had car dealer, buying from the public or at auctions, fixing up or bodging the cars for sale, could even roll back the mileage if you were brave enough. A very plain and simple game, but i still play it today, 29 years later, pure classic.
That brings back some memories. And one of my top 5 is also from the humble Speccy. (I actually had to narrow it down)
World of Warcraft
I'll play this game as often as I can until either I die or it dies, I'm still as in love with the game as I was on launch. Nuff said!
(played 2004-Present) PC
Championship Manager / Football Manager series.
I was first introduced to this management masterpiece on the Amiga and I've bought it religiously every year since. (obviously choosing the far superior FM version when the company split)
(played 1993-Present) Commodore Amiga - PC
Having played the earlier GTA top down games (GTA 1,2 and London) I was so excited when the 3D version was announced. GTA is simple put the best sandbox experience you will ever have.
But I'll tip my hat to Saints Row.
(played 2001-Present) Commodore Amiga - Xbox - PS2 - 360 - PS3 and PC
Like all EA Sports games some years this has seemed like nothing but a roster update, but when they do make changes they hit the ball out of the park.
I love this series, I can still replay goals in my head. (Celtic Vs Rangers online, Shot from the halfway line took a wicked deflection from an attempted block and looped over the keeper in the final seconds to win 2-1, sorry whoever you were :p)
(played 1993-Present) Mega Drive - PSone - PS2 - Xbox - 360
In my mind the first REAL football manager sim, with real players, decent tactics and a real depth to it.
The Spectrum gave results via a vidi-printer scrolling display, but the Commodore actually had match highlights. I'm not sure many if any of you here will have a clue what I'm talking about, but this little masterpiece will always hold a special place in my heart.
(Played 1987- Present, although intermittently) ZX Spectrum 48/128k - Commodore 64
2. The Legend of Zelda
3. Tomb Raider
4. Chrono Trigger
Yes, I loved and miss the PS2 game system.....
1) Mass Effect Trilogy
2) WoW (when considering the overall experience, including the people I met and the fun we had raiding)
4) Everquest II
5) FInal Fantazy VI (III American)
This is hard. So many great games through the years.
I made this list based on how memorable they are/were for me.
1) World of Warcraft... Easily #1 on my list and I have easily logged more hours on WoW than any other game.
(various Windows PCs). Started playing in 1991 and still play the current edition. Addicting... Just 1 more turn and I'll log off!
(IBM PCjr) Played it back in 1983 or 84. It's also around the time I started playing DnD. What a game it was for its time!
. The FPS I've logged the most hours on.
(Windows PC) is a close second.
Adventure (Atari 2600)
. This was THE game that got me addicted to gaming. Around 1980 or so (I would've been a 10 yo). It's silly now looking back at it's simplicity but it was my first RPG! lol
1. World of Warcraft
Game pretty much absorbes all my current game time and has been for the past 5 years. Any new games are usually only played for a few hours and often forgotten before completed. There are exceptions, but after a while it's back to WoW anyway.
2. The Legend of Zelda
I've bought consoles/devices, just to play the latest installments.
3. Guitar Hero/Rock Band
Jamming with your mates on plastic instruments somehow had its charm. Played this a lot and sometimes still gets dusted off.
4. Battlefield / MW
The only shooters i could tollerate for an extended period, especially in my pre-wow time. Battlefield 4 still gets played though.
5. Fallout 3
One of the few (non-Zelda) games that i played through multiple times. I'm still hoping for a sequel in the near future.
1. World of Warcraft, i never sunk so much time in a single game as i have in this. and that wouldn't have happend if i didn't truely enjoyed it.
2. Age of Empires 2, loved this game spent tons of time on it with friends and when ever i feel nostalgic. this is the first thing that pops up in my mind.
3. Pokemon Silver, first pokemon game i ever owned and i loved it. every couple of years i restart the game and replay it. trying too beat the time it took me last time too beat the champ and using a different team setup.
4. Empire Earth, i started playing this game long after AoE2. and i truely loved the fact how it had all the times of AoE (1/2) and beyond. yet it never was as good as the AoE2 in my eyes.
5.Age of Mythology. yeah im a true sucker for the RTS games out there especially the AoE franchise.
loved the idea of myth creatures that were introduced and the heroes too combat them.
the biggest dissapointment in AoM was its expansion, the atlantians and it's additions never felt as good as the orginal game.
2) Perfect world international. (now, i'm not saying its a good game.it is far from that, but it's the first MMORPG i played and if it weren't for that i wouldn't play WoW)
3) Crash bandicoot
4) Lord of the rings online (just nostalgia)
5) Guild Wars & Guild Wars 2 (It IS better than world of warcraft, but my pc can't run it very well so i play wow)
HONOURABLE MENTION: Frogger! I grew up in the ps2 era and i played crash bandicoot with my brother in sister all the time. The memories!
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