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Or maybe just Vibration White Finger...
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Well.....Matchbox cars for me when I were a lad....and amongst the retro loveliness I still find plenty of time for Gran Turismo 4...so....I have to say yep!
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This is why I loved the original top-down GTA
Just like playing with toy cars
Mr Flibble says...
"Game over , boys!"
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Randall Flagg wrote:
for the most part I stopped playing with toys when I got my first home computer. I pretty much considered any toy totally inferior to the amount of entertainment a computer could give.....probably why I had no friends.....
OH MY GOD!!! YOU ARE ANOTHER VERSION OF ME!!!!
I fell into the same trap (so to speak) - when I got my C16 I never played with another toy for ages. I rarely left the house.
When I got the Amiga 500+ later in life - I became a true gamer at the tender age of 11
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