Getting the Sword of Kings in Earthbound. Fuck those starstorm fucks.
Figure I'd make this for games in general instead of the one just specifically for MMORPG's.
Earliest and most gratifying for me that I can remember was finishing Metal Gear (NES). I was in 7th grade at the time and was the most I had ever accomplished in a game (even if I did have the guide that told me you had to put 16 plastic explosives on the super computer). Other moments:
Finally beating Sephiroth in FFVII (took a shitload of tries)
Finishing up the main storyline in Skyrim (first elder scrolls game that I've done that with)
Getting the Sword of Kings in Earthbound. Fuck those starstorm fucks.
Shining Force 1 for the genesis (avatar pic related)
Dark Wizard for the Sega CD
Halo lan parties in Highschool.
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Beating Lufia 2: rise of the sinestrals. Right in the feels
Playing The Legend of Zelda (original one on NES) at my friend's house in 6th grade. It was definitely the point at which I became obsessed with video games. I immediately went home and begged my mom to buy it.
Mordin's end in ME3, them feels.
Super shotgun in Brutal Doom, it's been a while since I've started giggling due to firing a weapon. The guts all over the room in front of me helped.
Old World Blues, Point Lookout, Dead Money and The Missing Link win the awards for best DLCs ever.
CoD 1 MP, I think I could find my way around Carentan in sleep. Leaning was so overpowered with Car98
Mark of the Ninja, the ending is what elevates the game from awesome to one of the best I ever played.
Diablo 2 wth Median XL for being the best hack n slash RPG I have ever played, with so much depth you could drown an elephant in it and pushing all the mechanics to the bleeding edge in uberquests and uberlevels.
I mostly just played Fighting games, so probly Street Fighter Alpha 2 on the Playstation was my first big game I put a shitload of time into.
Competed in tournaments every week etc.
Then Halo 2 later on sucked me in for a good bit. Didn't really play many computer games till Everquest.
For me, probably Phantasy Star 1 and 2 for Sega Master System and Genesis.
My father was a gamer when I was born (not at all now) and bought Phantasy Star 1. It came out 2 days (?) after Final Fantasy 1, and is considered one of the father's of modern RPGs. It had a lovable cast of 4, unique combat, and a 3-d sort of dungeon crawl - it was amazing. My dad let me play it, AT AGE 5. And played the fuck out of it I did. I don't know many other 5 year-olds that can play RPGs, but I loved it. Finally beat that shit and it was awesome. I still beat it every couple of years because I love it so much. Same with...
Phantasy Star II. On the genesis, much better graphics, a ton of characters, great dungeon design, tough combat, the first character death I had ever seen ! (Nei died before Aerith you bastards). I consider this to be one of the great RPG's of all time, possibly number 1 on my list. I play this every couple of years as well, can't get enough.
My best friend had a Sega Master System. I think he got Phantasy Star the same Christmas I got Zelda 2. Phantasy Star was so much better. I was definitely jealous.
Phantasy Star was pretty awesome, yeah add that to the list, I loved some of the Combos you could do (if you did certain attack patterns with your characters)
I never played PS1 but I owned PS2 (could never get past the part where Nei always dies) and PS3 (which wasn't as good). As a matter of fact my first gaming system was a Sega Master System, not a NES. First game on that I ever owned was Rambo First Blood part 2 for the SMS. Played the shit out of that (since it was the only thing I owned at first). I remember having this old tube tv in my bedroom (it was black and white) on the floor and I'd sit in there all day long playing the same game over and over. I also had this game called Zillion and it was pretty gratifying when I finally beat that.
Probably getting my first PC when I was about 10 or so (1991ish?). First two games I'm pretty sure were Airbucks and Railroad Tycoon. Man the 90's were awesome for PC games. I had so much fan with the various Microprose and Impressions strategy/simulation games.
Probably split between early NES games like Mario, Metroid, Zelda and Metal Gear with PC games like Kings Quest 4, Police quest and of course Space quest. Monkey island also comes to mind.
Out of all of those roaming around as Roger Wilco was one of the better gaming experiences of my early years. I can also remember trying to play Zork as a really young child.
Good times. Fuck me how stuff has changed since then.
My best memories are playing games from 386/486 PC's from the 90's, NES, SNES, Playstations and everything in between. I feel spoiled now, I feel everything has to be played online with people. I almost get a sense of boredom if I play a single player game. For example, I am pushing myself to finish The Last of Us on PS4 not because its a bad game, its just I want to play with people and interact online. Single player games are tuff for me to sit through now and were king during my childhood (minus Golden Eye, that's a whole other story).
My biggest memories of gaming, waiting for my dad to setup my NES for the first time through the VCR (Channel 3).
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Playing Diablo in my studio apartment all night as often as I wanted after graduating and living alone for the first time. Had a super cushy IT job that paid well and demanded little, so going to work exhausted but happy was never a problem. A central part of one of the best times in my life.
- Saving up for and purchasing a SNES as a kid, which I still own. Learned some goal-setting and responsibility there. It also has a great library of games that have aged well.
- Group sessions of N64 Bond with friends on a big-screen TV.
- Playing old school games like DOOM and WarCraft 2 1v1 over the modem.
- Getting up at off hours to get my turns in on BBS door games.
- Talking shit down the hall in dorm Quake 2 deathmatches.
- Replaying Super Metroid and Symphony of the Night a shitload of times, then watching speed runs and feeling massively inferior.
- Accidentally playing an all-night session of Terraria with friends. "Fuck, is it light outside?"
- Shit talking some morons on a Killing Floor server and getting kicked, while my friend rounded up a MASSIVE death train of zombies and dropped it on the chuds running the server. Being an EQ monk myself, I laughed so hard I cried. Memories!
Completing a single player game to me was (and still is) always an accomplishment, no matter how hard or easy it was. I would finish the game, end sequence would play and then I just sit there staring at the credits (usually asian names), not shutting the game off until the title screen came back. I just don't have the patience (or time) anymore to play a game through to the end. Back in the SNES days, I made it a point to play all that I could to completion, not playing anything else until the game was beat.
Yeah, now I have like 12,000 games on Steam, all with 30 minutes played.
Sleep overs at a friends house with 6 of us playing NES Tecmo Superbowl all through the night. We'd each pick a team and play through a season. Then the next day we'd get up and play wiffle ball all day. Man thems were the days.
I'd rank them PS2>PS1>PS4>PS3
A lot of hate for PS3 because it was weird, but the generation stuff was pretty awesome for replay value.
If you can't tell it is my favorite RPG series ever (Up to PS4.. the online stuff is shit).
Beating Final Fantasy IV for the first time. Me and a whole group of friends spent an entire weekend playing the game during a sleepover/ birthday party. We camped out in the living room. Made an awesome fort, Ate tons of junk food and were riveted to the screen as we watched the story unfold.
Counterstrike was a big part of my online gaming. I loved pissing people off with flying, no scope headshots in the ScoutzKnivez map.
Zelda a link to the past. I didn't have an SNES at the time, but the video store a mile from my home had one set up in the front window. I would go there every now and then and just play the game that was on display. Well one day during winter vacation they had Zelda a link to the past, in there. So I started a fresh game. I was hooked and wound up playing until it started to get dark and went home. The next day was a blizzard, but I called the store and they were still open. So I walked through the snow, uphill, and when I got there... some other kid was playing, on my saved game! We ended up taking turns, and played through a good chunk of the game, until the store closed. We agreed to meet up the next day as well. And so we did until we beat it. The game itself was awesome, but the struggle imposed by the circumstances made the victory all the more amazing. That kid moved away soon after, but for a brief time we were really good friends.
- Entering for the first time a small video game import store in late 1990. The guy who ran it was an audio-videophile with notions of electronics and had a Super Famicom running on a big TV with a home made RGB cable and connected to a beefy sound system. The game was F-Zero. Jaw on the floor-
- Entering the same store a few months later and 20 people are packed in the store in awe. The game: Super Ghouls 'n Ghost (well... Chōmakaimura). The stage: 2-2 the raft in the waves.
- Playing Snatcher (a japanese style adventure game by Kojima) on Nec's Super CD-RomRom in japanese with minimal notion of the language. It's still possible to make progress going through the menus, but at some point in the game you have to find the address of a hospital by searching through a list and the game asks you for a text input... in japanese. I can do that! Except finding the right name for the hospital was also a puzzle involving clues and wordplay... it took a while, but the epiphany of finding the solution and then entering it correctly was elating!
- Seeing the intro of Microcosm on a friend's FM Town Marty in 1993.
- The rain in a Link to the Past.
- Watching the demo play at the start of Super Metroid after having completed the game. Wait? You can do THAT? And THAT? And then managing to find how to rush diagonally and do complete heals.
- Jumping for the first time in Journey (and then the rest of the game).
- Playing the demo of Silent Hill at ECTS' Konami booth. That real time camera work in the L shaped alley!
- Discovering the teaser trailer for Silent Hill 2.
- The end boss of Radiant Silvergun, all 6754654 phases of it.
- Discovering The Great Ragtime Show (aka Boogie Wings) at an arcade in Tokyo in 2010. The most insane 2D shooter-platformer from the '90s you never heard about!
I better stop this list because I can go on a while!
Beating Lagoth Zanta in The Bard's Tale 2. Those old RPGs were so different back then, so much less direction and easy to get lost/stuck!
Tournament setting: Medal of Honor: Allied Assault
It's nearly impossible to describe complex maneuvers in an FPS, especially one so old and where people don't know the maps anymore. But I just remember my whole team getting smeared early on. I was trapped in the lower level of a blown out 2 story building. It was me vs 7 dudes. I ducked and jived, jived and ducked and swayed and picked them off one by one. It was uber as hell, trust me.
I'm one of the only people in the world to successfully land on the carrier in Top Gun for NES.
Basically nobody is as elite as me.
C64: Beating Ghost n Goblins one day on Commodore 64 when I was 9 or 10. Dad came home and didn't believe me and I was able to do it again on first play try. First time I ever remember my dad being blown away by something I had done. Knowing now hard hard that game is, I'm kind of impressed by it too. Lots of C64 memories with dad. Temple of Asphai, Pool of Radiance, Archon, Pole Position, Beachhead...good times.
NES: Playing Dragon Warrior for months on end. Saving up money for a couple months to by Final Fantasy on NES for $42. Beating Battletoads. All nighters with cousins, drinking Jolt Cola all night playing Ice Hockey, Punch Out, Adventure Island, Mario 2 and so many more.
SNES: Being blown away by the graphics at the time. Hours upon hours with Secret of Mana, Final Fantasy's, Chrono Trigger...so many good RPGs with my buddy Tuyen. Still friends with him, still talk about our gaming days back then...great nostalgia.
Playstation: Teenaged drug and alcohol fused all-nighters. Vigilante 8, Jet Moto 2, Tony Hawk Pro skater. Many good RPGs...Final Fantasy Tactics.
Playstation 2 / XBOX: So many games! Modded xbox MAME parties were a blast.
Xbox 360/PS3: Online Halo all-nighters. Massive game variety. Culdcept Saga binges. Disgaea fun. Gears of War campaign duo's with good friends.
PC: Has been there since the c64, 386 days. Too many memories to even count...single player, LAN, taking turns with dad/friends, MMO's. Main form of gaming nowadays.
Christmas morning of '93 -- a Super Nintendo under the tree, with Super Mario World and Super Mario Kart alongside.
Pokemon. Everything involving Pokemon. (Red & Blue)
Sleepovers with my friends; staying up 'til dawn playing Super Smash Bros and Ken Griffey Jr. Presents Major League Baseball.
Lazy days in college, getting baked with my friends and playing Geometry Wars, Gears of War and Paperboy for endless hours.
I got really baked one hot summer day and made a video of me throwing a wiffle ball. I put it up on YouTube. It now has 50,000 views lol
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Beating the helicopter mission for Pilotwings and landing successfully at the end.
Beating Battletoads? Now we know you are full of B.S.
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Turtles in Time on Super Nintendo.
Some game I used to play on our first computer, crashed on a random island and you had to side scroll through certain areas finding clues and type commands into a little CLI on the bottom. You'd say shit like "Open Door" and you'd get a smartass response from the fucker who never did anything you said.
Few highlights over the last 27 years (playing since I was 5)
- FF3 for SNE; the early seen with Tera and the malachite etc then shortly followed by FF3's opera scene. I'll never forget those until the day I die.
- FFT; working so hard to get the most super elite fighting team with all the best job abilities etc and then fighting the ending boss and crying at how easy he was
- FFT; me reading about the game and not being familiar with computers or anything really but sending money to get the game "3 months" before US had it available. I waited every day like it was my secret decoder ring coming in the mail and when it finally came I go to play and its in fucking Japanese and WORSE it wouldn't let me actually get passed the title screen. I was so devasted, I had saved up for that game working my ass off
- Infiltrator for the NES; first level (at least as a kid) may have been the hardest experience of any game I have ever had. First level was a flight sim in a helicopter basically and oh god...battle toads speed racer? No problem what so ever; infiltrator? Almost made me quit gaming before I started...was my first game for the NES basically.
- Killer Instict; SNES...first and second controller I have ever broke on a gaming system. Hardest difficulty last boss (had multiple heads and shot fire); I had SOOO many times I had him 99% dead and lost because you had to play just pure perfection. I finally beat it with my go to player which was Orchird (sp). I've never been so happy to not play a game again. So much rage as a teenager....
- Tactics Ogre (PS1) - I had over a 120 hours into that game; I was working 80 hours a week that summer and had TWO full days off the whole summer so basically any free time was lifting for football or playing TO. I came home one day and my brother was mad because I had grounded him from my PS1 for a week for being a little shit (I had bougth with my own money so I could!)...well he showed me by deleting my saved game. Oh the carnage....
- Double Dragon (NES?); There was a secret invisible guy you could beat with a baseball bat and get leveled up a shit ton. Was always such a fun game
- Operation Wolf (NES; think that was the name) Was like the arcade game that had the gun but was way harder on NES. It was one of about 3 games I ever played with my dad growing up.
- NBA Live (1999 maybe?) - I was so big into stats I'd literally play max length games and do a full season and I'd cheat by playing some games against myself on the other remote. I'd get like 50 blocks in a game by timing it with two controllers (I'd have one on the ground with my feet haha). David Robinson averaged a Penta-Double on my team yes some how didn't get MVP.....I quit the game on the spot.
- And the last memory which isn't anything special but will never leave my mind for some reason is FF1 after you kill the pirates and go over to the elf town on their boat. You get to buy Fire II (or was it 3) but everything is so expensive. You get Ogre's that give mass amounts of gold and exp compared to previously but they were ass rape and god forbid if you went to far away from town you got a green ogre with 3 others....game over period. I farmed ogres forever and hadn't saved in town and got wiped and about cried. I guess that was were it all started for me as far as trying to pick the best team combo's and wanting to work hard for progression etc. Its funny it really helped define me to this day....long grinding hardwork sessions sacrificing the short term to succeed in the long term and always trying to maximize (I do a lot of Six Sigma and similar approaches in the department I run). I owe it all to FF1!
So many more memories but those were all the random ones. Notice everything is from my younger years? Partially because MMO's consumed what little free time I had later on and I just didn't get the same enjoyment from newer games. The only exception was Disgaea. I was a college football player and at the end of my Junior year I had to get a back fusion that ended my career and was a huge life changing event for someone who had played sports year around from age 5 on. I was so depressed coming out of the surgery they took me off the morphine because they thought it was having bad effects. The only thing that kept me going was Disgaea; I tore into it with such a competitive nature and the game was perfect and consumed so many sleepless nights worth of time trying to level and maximize characeters etc. Its 1 of maybe 3 game series I buy period in the last 5 -7 years for console.
Ordering shitty pizza and playing super smash bros brawl with my friends in college.
Beating ikaruga on hard mode after 4 months of playing everyday.
Beating ruby and emerald weapons in ffiv
I still remember to this day the first time I beat Gary in the finals of Pokemon blue.
All of my Pokemon were dead except for my level 25 haunter. He was using whatever his last one was, I think it was a blastoise. For some reason, I was able to keep him hypnotized and used dream eater to slowly wittle away his health. Yes, my level 25 haunter won me the game.
I have many but one that comes to mind is from playing Mario 64 and figuring out where the last star was. When you walk in that main Castle or whatever and you look up at the sunlight it ported you, that was cool after searching elsewhere.
With the exception of being able to do most fatalities in Mortal Kombat on sega, all of my "fond memories" are from mostly newer games.
Halo - The only time I've ever done a LAN party. We had 3 Halo LAN/Drinking parties, 2 of which were put on by our Lt. It was supposed to be this big secret that he was hanging out and drinking with us, but about 30 people from our flight showed up. We did 4vs12(I think, it might have been 4vs8) capture the flag and fucking dominated. My friend's 9 year old son kept sitting on the floor between my legs and creeping me out, so everytime I got shot, I'd "accidentally" drop my controller on his head. He finally moved after about 6 of those.
America's Army - Playing with my friend who was on the other side of the dorm. We didn't have headsets, so we put belts on our heads and put our cell phones in between the belt and our ears. We'd spend fucking hours trying to get across the bridge.
Everquest - Hitting 20 for the first time on my Iksar and being able to choose a surname. Also, Soloing in pauludal caverns on my beastlord. I'd never had a toon that could solo before. At higher levels, I made it balls-deep soloing in some lvl55ish dungeon. It was somewhere in the mountains in Kunark, can't remember the name.
WoW - PvP in stranglethorn during Vanilla....back when wow was still fun
SWKOTOR - Not a fond memory, but the biggest moment that hit me right in the feels. Accidentally making the wookie kill that one chick. Oops.
Battlefield 1942 hands down.
Coral Sea; A new map released in a patch that had a aircraft carrier on each team that spawned infinite planes on a 5-10 second timer once one took off. The thing is with the aircraft carrier being the only spawn point for both teams, they ended up being super crowded since it was 32v32 game. What I would do is I would take off in a plane, then turn around and fly into the deck of the aircraft carrier, were usually there would be 15-20 guys just standing around all trying to jump into the next spawning plane. Usually when I crashed into the deck I would take out 2-3 people at a time. Sometimes planes taking off would try to avoid me by turning off the carrier right away but they would just fall into the ocean and blow up. I remember one particular time I did this when the round was over I had around 50 team kills(lol no auto kick).
Battle of Britian; Similar map to coral sea in that it was based around airplanes. Difference is that you started at an airfield, and these airfields had a few jeeps on them for some reason. I would play with my brother and a friend of ours and what we would do is load up into the jeep and ram into planes trying to take off. That in itself was hilarious but what made it even better was that the game always thought the guy in the plane teamkilled us in the jeep. So what would happen is as soon as we collided and the server thought the pilot TKd us, it would instantly kick him for having 3 TKs since that was the default auto kick setting. Also fun was loading up a plane with 4 guys in flying out of bounds and getting everyone killed.
Other memories - playing neuromancer on a c64, thought it was so cool.
Walking into an arcade in Times Square back when arcades were more of a thing - place was packing with crowds around the MK and SSFA machines.
Super Mario World & Super Mario Kart on SNES. I have 2 older brothers, and we never had a SNES, we owned NES and Genesis. My oldest brother's friend had an SNES and whenever he would come over he'd bring his SNES and that's all me and my other brother would do. Play SMW and SMK all day long, until my brother & his friend got back and kicked us off. Super Mario Kart is such a blast of a game and really got me hooked on other racing games.
SEGA - Sonic 2. Best Game Ever! I played that game so many damn hours of my childhood. Nothing better then getting to Casino Night zone and just spending the entire time gambling. (weird cuz I don't gamble much as an adult) It was great too because we never actually had the Sega console, we had a Nomad (the handheld one) and try playing on the Nomad with Game Genie + Sonic & Knuckles cartridge + Sonic 2. One tiny mistake, the tower shifts a bit and the game freezes lol.
Playstation - FF7. This game, I can go play it right now and would still enjoy it and get drug into the story again. The characters, the story, the graphics at the time, so good. My best friend had the game before I did, so I basically had a lot of it spoiled to me, but still it was so amazing playing it the first time. Hell, one time I had to go to my friends house so I could catch the school bus with him and he had to show me this really sweet cutscene (aeris scene at end of disc 1) and we missed the school bus because we were both so enthralled into it lol. His mom was pissssed when we had to wake her up and explain why and how we missed the bus. I was even the first of my friends that legitimately beat both Emerald and Ruby weapons. fk yea!
PC - Counter Strike & Starcraft Brood War. Those 2 games sucked up my entire middle school & high school life.
Civ 1 on my Amiga 500, easily.
I got two games for Christmas that year (very early 90's), the other being Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis. I was very much into Lucas Arts adventures at the time, and was hyped about getting that one. I figured I try out Civ first (which I wasn't too sure about), and leave the other game for dessert. I really never even got around to it. I tried to give Indy a shot here and there, but really all I wanted to do was Civ.
At that point, no matter what I was did, it made me want to Civ. I'd read the Civ strategy guide and want to go implement all the tactics they talked about. I'd read a novel about a fictitious Incan emperor and I'd want to go create that guy's empire in Civ. I'd watch a history channel show about Egypt and of course I wanted to Civ. I watched "Das Boot" in history class and I was determined to go Civ until I had the greatest sub fleet and naval battles ever seen. etc. etc. The only thing that was finally able to break my Civ thirst for a long run of years was EQ.
When I was young enough and had little enough responsibilities to stay up until 4am playing them.
Too many to name, I miss them all. But that sums it up.
Descent was hardcore.
I really liked those early book games. Nine princes, rendezvous with rama, Fahrenheit 451, there were a few others. F451 was the best I think, it had absolutely nothing to do with the book. Lol. Which was neat because that made it an actual game. It was like zork with pictures.
It is very dark.
You have been eaten by a grue.
Honorable shout out to tropico. That game is one of the better train set games I've played.
PC side it was building my first rig from scratch with my Dad (an intel 4x86dx 100) and playing Ultima 7 and Daggerfall and so much shareware for God knows how many hours. A close second was building my first system myself with my own money. An overclocked Intel Celeron 300A to 450 with a Matrix 2d card and 2 SLI 12 meg Voodoo 2s in a full tower case with an ultra SCSI controller for the hard drive and cd burner on a 20in flat CRT. This was mainly for Quake, Unreal and all the games that came out on those two engines (not to mention the Glide version of EQ).
Console side was getting to play an early version of Mario 64 at either Comdex or CES. I think I was 14 at the time and realized that games would never be the same after that and I immediately started saving for the at the time Ultra 64. It finally came out a week or so after I had gotten my drivers license and I remember getting a lot of dirty looks from the people who didn't preorder it and was actually nervous walking to the car with the system and games in a fairly shitty part of town. My brother still won't let me forget he got all 120 stars a month before I could beat that damn clock tower 100 coin star.
A big part of my childhood back then was reading gaming magazines, specifically Game Players and Video Games/Computer Entertainment and then later on, Game Informer. Game players was great because they had guides (with screenshots) for many games in the early nineties. The VGCE reviews were (to me at the time) pretty in-depth from stuff like PC adventure games to NES games (I remember a pretty scathing one for Back to the Future 2&3 for the NES). I wish I had kept some because you really can't find any of that stuff anymore. I was strictly a console player at the time (although I did own a C64) but reading those magazines really got me into wanting to play PC games although there was no way we could afford one at the time. I really didn't get my first PC (piece of garbarge Compaq machine) until around 1998.
Street Fighter, Samurai Showdown and Marvel vs Capcom 1 in the arcade.
Secret of Mana and Rock and roll racing on Snes.
Final Fantasy 7 on PS1.
So many feels.
Everyone who says FF7 is a fag.
Big shout to Battlefield Vietnam also. Going 64 and 2 with the Russian helicopter was good times.
FINALLY beating TMNT on the NES. I had every level but the last one memorized. Those fucking flying ghost guys at the end were such a bitch.
Staying up all night playing 4-player Golden Eye on the 64 with friends. Second TV for FF7 or for an R-rated movie playing in the background. Eating so much junk food you thought you were going to puke.
If there was a computer with internets, someone would be on MIRC downloading porn.
I think the last FF game I played was 3/4? It was still very much out of the way of what I wanted to do. All I remember is getting lost and some cococococobos. I would guess the next that I remeber is 7? The dude with the big sword. I recall a subway or something in it.
Even though it was a pile of shit, I always wanted that solar flare red nintendo thing that they came out with. The first game was Mario tennis or some shit. It was "3d" and you looked in the view goggles.
My basic weekend/sunday was watching "Koz Zone" or wrestling and trying to beat some random ass game for countless hours. Even with all the previous memories of shit and video games... trying to figure out Jurassic Park on snes (I think).
Raptors, bolas as weapons, tranq darts, night vision in the sheds... I would play that game for ten hours and not have 1 fucking clue what do to next. Ohh you died... restart. Tough shit. What was I doing? I had no idea but I had an egg after five hours.
Later finding out that someone can speed run it in 17 minutes or whatever it was a realization of not knowing what the fuck was going on for years.
Just like everyone else in this thread, I can kick your ass in mario cart AND golden eye. Don't even try to pretend to beat me, it won't happen.
Playing Final Fantasy 3 and 7 for the first time.
Discovering Ogre Battle.
Playing Battlefield 1942 at an internet cafe with my brother for the first time
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