What is your game-defining timeline?

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Re: What is your game-defining timeline?

Post by theantmeister » Thu Nov 29, 2012 5:59 pm

DOB* 1977

Childhood games - Galaxian (arcade), Space Quest (PC)
Teenage games - Street Fighter 2 Turbo (SNES), TIE Fighter (PC)
Adult games - Gran Turismo (PS2/3), Fallout 3/New Vegas (PC)

* Shouldn't that be YOB?

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Re: What is your game-defining timeline?

Post by rupert » Fri Nov 30, 2012 8:39 am

Dob - 1981

Childhood - Treasure Island Dizzy (Spectrum), Alex Kidd in Miracle World (SMS)
Teenage - Burn Cycle (CD-I), Monkey Island (PC)
Adult - Tomb Raider 2 (PS1), GTA IV (PS3)


That was really difficult and i'm not sure i'm happy with my choices as I'm missing loads of games that I really spent a lot of time with like Civilization (PC), Super Mario Land (GB), Putt & Putter (SMS), Uncharted (PS3) etc etc. In the end I went with the ones that were clearest in my memory.

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Re: What is your game-defining timeline?

Post by ironmonger » Fri Nov 30, 2012 3:12 pm

DOB - 1983
Childhood Defining Games - Sonic 1 - Game Gear & Sonic 2 - Megadrive
Teenage Defining Games - Quake - PC & Formula 1 97 - PS1
Adult (current) Defining games - Fallout 3 - Xbox 360 & COD MW2 - PS3

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Re: What is your game-defining timeline?

Post by SJ_Sathanas » Fri Nov 30, 2012 3:28 pm

DOB 1981

Kiddie Years - SNES Super Probotector & Street Fighter Two
Teenage Dirtbag - PC Freespace 2 & Xbox Halo or Arcade Tekken 3 I can't decide.
Old Git (current) - Deadspace and...um...I dunno yet....maybe Fallout 3

Intruth SNES would really be early teens and xbox/pc early twenties but whatever...

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