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|Member Since||Dec 22, 2002|
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All Time Favorite
- Deus Ex -- Game starts out slow, yet finishes brilliantly. Great reward for those that stick with it.
- Fallout -- Vaults. Some shiny and clean with lights on, others dank and musty, but good lord the vaults rock.
- Marathon -- The PC had Doom...but the Mac had Marathon. Bungie's jumpstart to glory.
- Myth: The Fallen Lords -- Strategy, gore, physics, gore, multiplayer tactics, multiplayer gore & chaos. Bungie proving they can do great RTS too.
- Thief II: The Metal Age -- Perfect stealth game atmosphere. Also, Garrett is the MAN.
- Planescape: Torment -- More a story than a game, really. But what a story. If you play it, max out your Wisdom for more dialog choices!
- Shadowrun -- Why, why, WHY has there been no followup Shadowrun game like this yet???
- Fallout 3 -- Not bad. 150 hours invested, so not bad at all. Reached the level cap way too quick, though a mod resolved that!
- The Witcher -- Too early to call it a classic yet. We'll see.
- Sega Dreamcast -- In easily-accessible storage at the moment.
- Sega Genesis -- Right behind the Dreamcast.
- Sega Game Gear -- Version 2, since my original's D-Pad broke from overuse. The TV Tuner still works with it though, I think.
- Sega 32X -- Bought this used for the 32X port of T-Mek. The money could have been spent better elsewhere
- Atari 2600 -- Dusty and archaic. It's hard to play games this old these days, but it's what I grew up on.
- Apple Power Mac -- Peforma 400 (not a Power Mac), and a Performa 6400. Great machines in their day, the 6400 especially for Marathon.
- IBM PC / Compatible -- Intel Core 2 Duo E6400 overclocked to 3 GHz (50% OC), Geforce GTX 260, 2 GB DDR2, 2 TB storage