here's mines.1.the last ninja c64. 2. burnout 2 point of impact ps2/xbox/gc. 3. zelda twilight princess gc. 4. doom pc/ps1 e.t.c . 5. final fantasy vii ps1. they all hold great memories for me,that is why they are my favourites.
your top 5 computer games of all time.
in no particular order
3. Halo 1
4. Timesplitters 3
5. Mario Kart 64
Start Wars (on the machine in Hazel's coffee bar in Manchester!)
Chuck Yeager's Air Combat, Command and Conquer
Mario Kart 64
Silent Hill 1
2. GTA Vice City
3. Super Mario Bros. 3
5. SNES Mario Kart
1. Commander Keen (PC)
2. Wolfenstein 3D (PC)
3. Goldeneye (N64)
4. Cool Boarders (PS1)
5. Tetris (Gameboy)
mariocart - SNES
skate - xbox360
call of duty 4 - XBOX 360
jet set willy - spectrum
sonic - megadrive
1) Mario Kart - SNES
2) Speedball 2 - Amiga
3) Doom - PC
4) Battlefield 1942 DC Mod - PC
5) Transport Tycoon
Currently playing Worms Armageddon online it's free if you know where to look and great fun with friends.
1 - Super Mario World - SuperNES
nothing else comes close
sorry for jet set willy read jetpac
1. Worms (PC)
2. Sensible Soccer (Amiga)
3. Supercars 2 (Amiga)
4. Lemmings (Amiga)
5. Arcadians (BBC!)
Half Life 2
Shadow Of Colossus
Transport Tycoon! Nice one Drac.
Command & Conquer/Red Alert Series (I'm counting these as one)
Half-life & the Counter-strike conversion/add-on (again one game IMO)
and a late comer, from my spectrum days "quazatron", loved this game, memories stayed with me for years - downloaded a emulator last year and thought it was pretty boring...DOH!
In no particular order:
Marathon on the 68k mac
Sonic 2 on the mega drive
Lemmings on the amiga
Chuckie egg on c64
GranTurismo 3 on the ps2
oh man,i should have made it a top 10.how could i forget ico,awesome game i thought.
Tetris (arcade 2 player version)
Gauntlet (elf needs food badly)
Star Wars (original arcade vector graphics version)
1) Hitch Hiker's Guide to the Galaxy (~1995)
I only played it once, and couldn't get out of Arthur's bedroom. That's my entire experience of computer games :o)
Transport Tycoon! Nice one Drac.
Loved that game had a huge Tycoon going massive railways, roads and airports that I could afford to upgrade the vehicles every year. For some reason though it would always crash at a certain point so never got to see just how much my empire would be worth.
Dammit, how could I have forgotten Chuckie Egg! Genius!
- Elite (BBC)
- MarioKart (SNES and much better than N64 or Wii which are too random with their playfield levelling)
- Goldeneye (N64) - spent almost a whole year at uni playing this when I was home with my housemates
- Xenon 2 (PC early 90s)
- Riven (PC late 90s)
I am old too...
Grand Theft Auto
Call of Duty
So many to chose from though so mine really wasn't a top 5 just a list of 5 I loved, another sneeky 6th.
Shadow of the Beast - Amiga.
Diddy Kong Racing
Critical Mass (spectrum)
halflife, plus blue shift and countermeasures (PC)
Secret of Monkey Island
Call of Duty Modern Warefare
Can i have another too? Sam & Max - i've never laughed so much at a computer game before or since.
1 - Secret of Monkey Island
2 - Monkey Island 2, LeChucks Revenge
3 - Stunt Car Racer
4 - Age of Empires
5 - TOCA Racedriver
1,2,3 Amiga, 4 PC, 5 PS2.
Phoenix/Scramble/Defender - can't decide
Difficult to choose only five.
Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
Final Fantasy 6
UFO Enemy Unknown
F16 Fighting Falcon (Atari ST)
Elite (Atari ST)
Those are the ones that left me breathless at 3am night after night wondering what the hell this weird reality surrounding me was after quitting the game...
Played other good games but those 5 were the ones that were on another level entirely.
Sam n Max - utterly twisted
Day of The Tentacle ( spent £250 on a Cd rom drive and the best part of £200 for a sound card in order to play it )
The Secret of Monkey Island
Sudden Strike ( not great graphics, but very playable )
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