Old school or New school games? 35 replies

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Lyon

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#21 12 years ago
Tomcarr34;3615173Why have both when you can choose?

Don't lie to yourself now..

That was a really stupid thing to respond with.




Tomcarr34

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#22 12 years ago

Yea, but i felt the need to say somthing.




Tomcarr34

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#23 12 years ago

but know on the serious side besides the old school games my favriot game is the GTA series & what will be my fav game ( when it comes out) Assassin's Creed.




Mlncly_shrine

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#24 12 years ago

Old school. i love how the levels were so short,but there were so many,and theyd vary so much, you could replay the level over and over again and not get bored of it.(ex. SMW, SMB3) nowadays games got like 10 40 minute levels that have practically no replay value,and you cant unlock secret levels or anything, etc. (ex. most shooters)




Mlncly_shrine

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#25 12 years ago

Old school. i love how the levels were so short,but there were so many,and theyd vary so much, you could replay the level over and over again and not get bored of it.(ex. SMW, SMB3) nowadays games got like 10 40 minute levels that have practically no replay value,and you cant unlock secret levels or anything, etc. (ex. most shooters)




LNR-005

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#26 12 years ago

Old school for the action.

New school for the graphics and story line.




Tomcarr34

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#27 12 years ago
deaf-man;3615616Old school. i love how the levels were so short,but there were so many,and theyd vary so much, you could replay the level over and over again and not get bored of it.(ex. SMW, SMB3) nowadays games got like 10 40 minute levels that have practically no replay value,and you cant unlock secret levels or anything, etc. (ex. most shooters)

i agree but i hated that one level of Super Mario were u had to run on certian paths in Bowsers castle to reach him or ele u just keep running for ever. any one know what im talking about?




Mlncly_shrine

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#28 12 years ago
Tomcarr34;3615719i agree but i hated that one level of Super Mario were u had to run on certian paths in Bowsers castle to reach him or ele u just keep running for ever. any one know what im talking about?

yea, i remember that level, you had to run across the level in a certain order or else it would never end, took me awhile to figure that one out. And i like new school games just because of the "explore factor",




RedDevilXLT

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#29 12 years ago

hmmm...well, my gaming education started on the NES, continued on the Sega Genesis, and evovled on the XBox/360. Although, I will disagree with most and say my favorite all time games are mostly new school. I do, however, respect my heritage because I can say I LLLOVE Duck Hunt, SMW, original Tetris, etc. My gaming background comprises of almost all major consoles since my best friends had them: Atari,PC, NES, SNES, N64, Gamecube, Sony PS1, Sony PS2, Sega Genesis, Sega Saturn, Sega Dreamcast, XBox, and XBox 360. I have yet to experience the Wii or the PS3 save for the gaming store...which doesn't count.




Johnny Mullet

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#30 12 years ago

You guys need a chat room :)