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The Alien films (my favourite film ever is Aliens) The Terminator films Predator The Thing Ghostbusters An American Werewolf in London Star Wars (Apart from Ep.1, most of Ep.2, and a bit of Ep.6 - the furry part) The Butterfly Effect Donnie Darko Weird Science The Crow Ferris Bueller and loads more....
Yep, me and my Brother used to get annoyed with games and had to punch the bed, or pillows at certain times. Once, he punched me. In the face. For bumping into his car in Jaguar XJ220. I've mentioned the story a few times before in different forums, but to recap, the punch was followed by a chase; a...
- Fri Jan 27, 2006 2:27 pm
- Forum: Retro Gamer Mag & Site Feedback
- Topic: From the Forum question for issue 22
- Replies: 85
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For the C64, Mastertronic were always a favourite because of the cost. Epyx's "Games" series were the best sports games, and Andrew Braybrook's were extremely playable. On the Amiga, I think Team 17 did a fantastic job of pushing the hardware furthur than most other developers, while maintaining the...
I remember Breach II on the Amiga was probably the longest single disk loader I had. It took minutes, and it had crap music when the loading picture came on, but the game was so good that I didn't care.
- Tue Jan 24, 2006 9:01 am
- Forum: Article Suggestions & Pitches
- Topic: Star Trek game saga
- Replies: 42
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Agreed. I didn't play very many point and click games, but that was one of the best I did play. Being a fan of the shows helped.25th Anniversary was ace. One of the best adventure on the Amiga IMO.
I thought it was okay from disk. Maybe I was so amazed at it taking under an hour that I didn't notice, or it was a cracked turbo version, or I played it under emulation and speeded it up.it still took over ten minutes on DISC
The worst one I can remember was the tape version of "Racing Destruction Set" on the C64. I don't know how long it was, but if it was an hour, I wouldn't be surprised! It was a multi load game that let you choose the track and cars to race on. The problem was that it had to load each option you sele...
- Tue Jan 24, 2006 5:22 am
- Forum: Retro Everything Else
- Topic: TV that scared you...
- Replies: 106
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The Day After had an amazing 5 or 10 scary minutes when the bomb goes off. The rest was a bit of a let down though. I've wanted to see Threads since I first heard of it, but I don't think it's been repeated. I think that's the one my Brother saw at school and at one point there is a radio sports rep...
For a second, I thought about using the 883 droid (or even the 999), but you don't get the "eyes" effect with those. Plus, the I.D. is the base unit that you control. yep me too, also looks like the "old timer" droid from black hole B.O.B. :) That is one of the most under-rated films ever. V.I.N.Cen...
- Mon Jan 23, 2006 9:32 am
- Forum: Retro Games
- Topic: commodore dtv thingmijoystick fingy
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There's a pic of the Summer Games menu on my PAL DTV and 1084S monitor here if anyone wants to see - the white and cyan are almost the same luminance which isn't the case on a real C64 so whilst that's visible on the real deal it's difficult to read on a DTV. :shock: I forgot about that. I remember...