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Discussion in 'The Water Cooler' started by cybercore, Jul 21, 2010.
Alcatraz Harry? lol
CORRECT!!! your turn
Hahahaha, I got that strictly based on your clues. Have been travelling and working a lot last week so I'll sort that next screen today. Okay.
The Need for Speed
lol....yes, obvious but a great game in its time.
Clearly bubble bobble... i'd say Amiga version to be precise
(SARCASTIC MIMIC TONE) "i'd say Amiga version to be precise" lol, just kidding
lol, indeed, okay try this out for size.... I don't think this will take long to beat, but it was a very underated game in my view.
It's the DOS version.
Mercenaries 2: World In Flames. I never really got into it myself. ArmA 2 has ruined me lol....
Nah PC version was terrible, only the Amiga edition was close to the arcade version, available on MAME as a emulated ROm these days.
CORRECT: However It predates ARMA2, but then I never liked the ARMA series so far... too buggy and clunky controls.... shame cos the potentials there, to be honest I prefered Dragon Rising despite it being a weaker game, at least it ran smoothly.
Looks like you've only played the early release of A2, runs like a dream now. BI release patches all the time. What other developer has that dedication? When I say ArmA has ruined me I mean for the last 10 years I've been playing it. How I hear you ask? Because Operation Flashpoint: Cold War Crisis was developed by Bohemia Interactive and Codemasters. I've been playing it since 2001. ArmA 2 is exactly the same but sweeter graphics. Codemasters tried to screw BI but only made it out of the deal with the name, hence dragon rising and red river or whatever they are called...No editor, no community addons no nothing. With ArmA 2 I can create any scenario man, its great. And the controls can always be remapped I'm beta testing a mod at the moment, scary as hell. Has its own map, units, really good stuff. And its free. Anyway, enough fanboi ranting...
Hahah, you know it.
Who knows this one...
Actually Screamer 2 but close enough.
Ahh.... yea, I had fond memories of Lan gaming on the screamer series.... ok time for a classic 90's point n click offering