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 Posted: Sat Jan 6th, 2007 11:18 am

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raske wrote: Lucian wrote: Blndsk4 wrote: 1. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (Super NES)

2. Pokemon (Gameboy)

3. Mortal Kombat II (Super NES)

4. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (PS2)

5. Super Mario 3 (NES)

TEEHEE. *points at him* He plays pokemon. :p

so? the pokemon games for gameboy are hella fun. there are no age limits for that game. oh and you play Yu-gi-oh so stfu.

Get bent. So I play Yu-Gi-Oh games, but doesn't mean .... forget the word, but it's
better then summoning lil animals on the battle just to please you if they win or get hurt.lol. But in Yu-Gi-Oh, talk about 'Blue-Eyes White Dragon' with 3000 attack points,
but in pokemon, pokemons' strength relies on experiences. bah. :p



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 Posted: Sat Jan 6th, 2007 08:41 pm

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Lucian wrote: raske wrote: Lucian wrote: Blndsk4 wrote: 1. The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past (Super NES)

2. Pokemon (Gameboy)

3. Mortal Kombat II (Super NES)

4. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (PS2)

5. Super Mario 3 (NES)

TEEHEE. *points at him* He plays pokemon. :p

so? the pokemon games for gameboy are hella fun. there are no age limits for that game. oh and you play Yu-gi-oh so stfu.

Get bent. So I play Yu-Gi-Oh games, but doesn't mean .... forget the word, but it's
better then summoning lil animals on the battle just to please you if they win or get hurt.lol. But in Yu-Gi-Oh, talk about 'Blue-Eyes White Dragon' with 3000 attack points,
but in pokemon, pokemons' strength relies on experiences. bah. :p

Yeah. pokemon is gay but yugioh is SOOO cool, right?

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 Posted: Mon Feb 12th, 2007 11:58 pm

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The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time (N64)

Final Fantasy VII (PS1)

Final Fantasy X (PS2)

Super Mario 64 (N64)

Dragon Quest VIII (PS2)



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 Posted: Wed Feb 14th, 2007 01:47 am

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1. Silent Hill-The Room

2.God Of War

3.Smackdown vs. Raw

4.Tekken 4

5.Alien resurrection

 I know he said top 5 but I just have to mention Mike Tysons punch out from the original nintendo I love that fucking game.



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 Posted: Sun Feb 18th, 2007 09:01 pm

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My knowledge of video games pretty much stops after the Super Nintendo ... but my top fave fave video games are:
   
  1. Super Castlevania 4
  2. Zombies Ate My Neighbors
  3. Mortal Kombat 3
  4. Zelda 2
  5. Super Street Fighter
   

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 Posted: Sun Feb 18th, 2007 09:32 pm

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Off the top of my head, from my own experiences:

Top 5 games all-time

1. GoldenEye (N64)
2. Sid Meier's Civilization II (I played on Mac but it worked on PC too I'm sure)
3. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Turtles in Time (Nintendo? was called SuperFamiCon in Japan)
4. NBA Live (my personal fave is 2004 but that means having to create Sabonis)
5. Mario Kart (N64/Nintendo, both were awesome)


My top 5 Games at the moment (Currently have a couple PC games, and an X-box)

1. Dynasty Warriors 5 (X-box)
2. Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne (PC)
3. The Godfather (X-box)
4. Unreal Tournament (PC)
5. Destroy All Humans

it seems one gets more violent as one goes along in age. . .



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 Posted: Sun Feb 18th, 2007 09:34 pm

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The kids these days hate anything that isn't violent. So violence = ratings. I remember when everything was peaceful. Ah, my dull childhood. :p

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Head wrote: The kids these days hate anything that isn't violent. So violence = ratings. I remember when everything was peaceful. Ah, my dull childhood. :p

I dunno, in the UK the top selling games (I believe) are still the various Pro Evolution Soccer and Championship Manager games. So thats a slightly better sign than not.

Looking back at my list, really, its a lot of violence there too. . . Even as a kid, theres games that involve killing loads of people (James Bond & TMNT) Killing entire civilizations and subverting citizens to your regime (Civ II) and trying to create car crashes and collisions (MarioKart)

Bah, I have grown up to be pretty successful thusfar. 



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Head wrote: Capcom owns all. Screw Marvel, Screw DC. It's all about Capcom,
You speak Wisdom, ole chum. It's all about Capcom.



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 Posted: Fri Feb 23rd, 2007 02:11 pm

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1: Need For Speed Most Wanted [ps2]
2. Ace Combat 5 [ps2]
3. Soul Calibour 2 [GC]
4. Mortal Kombat Armeggedon [ps2]
5. Mortal Kombat Deadly Alliance [ps2]
6. YuGiOh!Forbidden Memories [ps1]
7. Nascar 2000 [ps1]


God, I need to play these games again, I so missed them, especially
Need For Speed & Ace Combat 5, those games are so cool.

Shit, also one of my faves that arn't included is none other 'RE2' [N64].
Another also is 'Need For Speed : Unground' [ps2].
Oh, 'YuGiOh!Capsole Monsters & YuGiOh!Falsebound Kingdom'. :grin



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My faves:   1. resident evil 4(ps2)    2. final fantasy x(ps2)  3. madden 2007(ps2)      4. final fantasy 12(ps2)   5. GTA san andreas(ps2)    6. resident evil(the original)    7.manhunt(ps2)         Nice topic!!!!!!!

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 Posted: Fri Feb 23rd, 2007 03:12 pm

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Yeah.  It was a nice topic... :p

 

http://www.horrormoviefans.com/message_board/view_topic.php?id=5328&forum_id=13

 

Posted by Lucy as well, lol.



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 Posted: Fri Feb 23rd, 2007 03:24 pm

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I made this thread? :s
Oh shit......thought this was horrorexpress.com, was wondering
where the hell my topic went....gotta cut back 'weed' that's for sure...:p



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Lucian wrote: where the hell my topic went....gotta cut back 'weed' that's for sure...:p
Preserving the last few brain cells would be a good idea.  :thumb



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Foo wrote: Lucian wrote: where the hell my topic went....gotta cut back 'weed' that's for sure...:p
Preserving the last few brain cells would be a good idea.  :thumb

Agreed. ;)

Anyhoo, gotta re-made this thread to horrorexpress...again. :P



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Hey Lucy, one other thing, quit with the stupid plugs for the new website.  Nobody here cares.



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Foo wrote: Hey Lucy, one other thing, quit with the stupid plugs for the new website.  Nobody here cares.
Ok.....asswipe.
Was leaving here anyway.



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When i get booted from a site, i always use the power of Fightevil.com! Yes, kills even the toughest stains!

 

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*crosses Lucy off list*

Don't worry DeraiLer, you're safe...for now.

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