I was just playing Morrowind on PC the other day and I thought to myself "My god this so cool" The world is so huge and there is like an unlimited number of things to do. I have had this game since it first came out like 2 years ago. I still get mezmorized by how impressive the world size is. So heres the question: What was the most IMPRESSIVE game you have ever played? You know, the one that took your breath away when you played for the first time.
Team Fortress Classic, for how kick-ass it was (and is).
perfect dark from beggining to end
Oot - jaw dropped and I creamed my pants once I finished
Golden eye 007, Mario 64, Super mario world, and animal crossing.
Super Mario 64. Transition from 2D to 3D is FLAWLESS.
Ocarina of Time. Stepping onto Hyrule Field is my most memorable gaming experience.
^^^^Originally Posted by Blaksmoke
CHANGED CONSOLE GAMING FOREVER
Metroid Prime - art style and graphics
Half Life 2 - physics engine and graphics
OOT - for its innovative gameplay
ZOOCUBE ALL THE WAY MAN....changed my life I swear......
OH and are Elder Scroll's worlds as big as say Vice City's world
Ephesians 6:12: For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
Mario 64 and the Half-Life 2 alpha
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Originally Posted by Machrider
Ive beat Vice City. Morrowind is way bigger.
Originally Posted by Blaksmoke
Super mario 64 is a tie too. I forgot about that one. Oh how i love that game.
I will go with:
Half Life - Changed FPS forever
Half Life 2
Thats what I'm talkin' about!
This game is old but i have fun playing it once in a while with my friends at my house. That game is
"Starcraft Brood War"
The game is fast pased war. I hope they make a new starcraft that does not exceed 32mb video card. That would be nice!
on your signature aerofan, the ps2 destroys itself after being used. It is one of those methods companies do to make you buy a new one after.
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i liked Resident Evil for gamecube. The game was sweet, and i was just raped by the graphics. Shenmue was also impressive. I only got to watch someone play it once, but the interaction with real-world objects was sweet. Perfect Dark for the multiplayer fun. Diablo 2 for the replay value (sucks now, havent played in a year, too many hackers). And Duck Hunt for it's sweet sweet simplicity.
o, and if you want a game that changed FPS forever, Goldeneye 007 obviously takes the cake.
He means industrial obsoletism.....intentionally making a faulty product so the consumer has to buy another one.
I guess he thought that is what you meant in your sig.
Thats excatly what I try to tell people. But it seems not many listen.Originally Posted by Viper
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