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SomewhereInTime72
12-22-2007, 10:42 PM
So it's apparent that anyone who posts in this sub-forum plays video games, so I think it'd be cool to see what the people in Metalsetlists use.

I personally am a Wii guy. I also have a Gamecube (which is somewhat pointless now since the Wii is backwards compatible) as well as a recently-acquired PS2.

edit: Shit I forgot to put handhelds like the DS and PSP in there, ack. :tongue:

iggyb387
12-22-2007, 11:10 PM
Just a Gamecube. I want to start using my PSX again to play some RPGs though. Goddamn Dreamcast broke. Never use my Gameboy advance.

Some people on my floor have a Wii though, and I get to leech off of them every once in a while. :D

Div
12-23-2007, 12:01 AM
i have a DS, xbox 1, n64, and an old sega genesis somewhere, but i havent really played any of them in months/years. maybe once a month ill go over my friends house who has a 360 and well stay up all night playing games but thats about it for me.

i used to be into pc games back in highschool but my computer is quickly becoming outdated. i managed to play through bioshock on my dads pc one weekend, but other than that there arent really many games that've got me anticipated anymore... except starcraft 2 whenever the fuck that come out.

and of course, i dominate all in monopoly :rocker:

hot_turkey_ed
12-23-2007, 01:23 AM
PS3 and Wii... very different gaming experiences.

There's a 360 in my future but the recent rash of exceptional games for PS3 and Wii is delaying that purchase. I only so much time and dough for gaming.

JRA
12-23-2007, 05:39 AM
I have an N64, a GameCube, and I just recently acquired a Wii, but most of the time I use an Emulator on my Mac to play old NES, SNES, and Game Boy games.

Now that I have a Wii, I was thinking about buying some of the games I don't have on an emulator (such as old N64 games I don't have anymore). But their library is very limited...for all systems. Sometimes I wonder if I'm better off just sticking too my emulator, but I'd like to think those official games have a slightly better quality to them.

DethMaiden
12-23-2007, 11:01 AM
PS2 and even older consoles (here meaning N64, Sega Genesis, and Game Boy mainly)

hot_turkey_ed
12-23-2007, 11:38 AM
I have an N64, a GameCube, and I just recently acquired a Wii, but most of the time I use an Emulator on my Mac to play old NES, SNES, and Game Boy games.

Now that I have a Wii, I was thinking about buying some of the games I don't have on an emulator (such as old N64 games I don't have anymore). But their library is very limited...for all systems. Sometimes I wonder if I'm better off just sticking too my emulator, but I'd like to think those official games have a slightly better quality to them.

I picked up Super Mario World off the Nintendo online store and it looked GREAT. I couldn't believe it is so old!

JRA
12-23-2007, 02:35 PM
I picked up Super Mario World off the Nintendo online store and it looked GREAT. I couldn't believe it is so old!

I bought Super Mario Bros. 3 this afternoon (cos I just beat Super Mario World on an emulator this morning :D) and it looked like shit! I've played better looking versions on emulators (and on the gameboy advance for that matter).

Also, I'm kinda pissed they don't have the original Smash Brothers or the Banjo-Kazzoie games in the N64 catalogue.

Nick
12-23-2007, 03:48 PM
PC: Currently Mechwarrior 4 + expansions.
PS2: Currently GTA - Vice City, God of War II, and Guitar Hero III.
Board games.

ChildrenofSodom
12-27-2007, 05:40 PM
I picked up Super Mario World off the Nintendo online store and it looked GREAT. I couldn't believe it is so old!

I firmly believe that despite all the new technology for game making today...and all the new fancy systems, Super Mario World ofr Super Nintendo is one of the best games ever created.


I usually only play a few games per system. Pokemon and Tony Hawk on Gameboy, Donkey Kong/Megaman/Mario on Super Nintendo, Sonic on Sega Genesis (just doesnt feel right on any other system), Twilight Princess on Gamecube, Tony Hawk and Dragonball Z Budakai on PS2, Halo 2 and Tony Hawk on Xbox, and Civilization on PC.

And then there is the best game system ever created: Nintendo 64. Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time AND Majora's Mask, Starfox 64, Diddy Kong Racing, Castlevania 64, Banjo Kazooie, Banjo Tooie (or whatever it was called), Snowboard Kids, MARIO FUCKING 64, WCW...etc etc.

Can I get a testimony from the congregation?

powerslave_85
01-02-2008, 01:47 PM
DS and PC, though my PC gaming days are going to come to an end soon when I get my Macbook.

Maiden33
01-03-2008, 07:00 AM
I play on crack. :party::dance::dorky:

JRA
01-03-2008, 01:22 PM
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And then there is the best game system ever created: Nintendo 64. Legend of Zelda Ocarina of Time AND Majora's Mask, Starfox 64, Diddy Kong Racing, Castlevania 64, Banjo Kazooie, Banjo Tooie (or whatever it was called), Snowboard Kids, MARIO FUCKING 64, WCW...etc etc.

Can I get a testimony from the congregation?

I would give you an "amen" if the super Nintendo didn't have one small edge over it: the first 3 Mega Man X games.

SirLardsAlot
01-03-2008, 02:30 PM
PC
Xbox 360
PS2
Wii
N64
Super Nintendo
Board games

floydhunter9
01-05-2008, 05:26 AM
I went through all of the main next-gen systems, but incredibly slowly. I got a Gamecube just about the time it came out and went nuts with it, and then last summer my friend gave me his X-Box because he was moving and didn't need it anymore. I just bought a PS2 about a month ago, mainly because I played GH2 and "needed" to buy it. >_>

Funny little story: I'm probably one of maybe...ten or so people in the world to have played the three Metal Gear Solid games on three different systems.