Since this is basically a teen forum. What do you have for a video game system?
I have PS3.
I'm no longer a teen but I still play video games. I have three systems, NES, Sega Genesis, and PS2.
Although terribly dated, it's still fun to play Super Mario Bros now and then. And the various EA Sports hockey games for the Sega Genesis are some of the most fun to play sports video games. My favorite PS2 games are GTA San Andreas, and I really like the surprisingly entertaining Lego Star Wars games.
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I have a PS2, X360, Xbox, DS, and a PC. Nowadays I mostly play 360 and PC games.......My favorites are San Andreas, Saint's Row, and The Sims.
MilwaukeeRoad wrote: Since this is basically a teen forum. What do you have for a video game system?I have PS3.
I heard an japanese company was making a train sim. for PS3
Southwest Chief wrote: I'm no longer a teen but I still play video games. I have three systems, NES, Sega Genesis, and PS2. Although terribly dated, it's still fun to play Super Mario Bros now and then. And the various EA Sports hockey games for the Sega Genesis are some of the most fun to play sports video games. My favorite PS2 games are GTA San Andreas, and I really like the surprisingly entertaining Lego Star Wars games.
Man, I miss my Genesis....
I feel old. The games in my day loaded off a tape cassette onto a very expensive computer in black and white no less. I recall even older games that presented you with text messages with sufficient information to make a decision. Such as: Altitude 540 feet, Speed 200 fps down, fuel 300 pounds, thrust 40% (Increase, decrease or engine off?) for a moon landing game and you had to enter a value for the engine to hit enter and deal with the result.
Video games I remember were skeet ball, pinball, pool and bowling. Electro-mechanical games were in use at the time requiring the machine to be operating properly and making good electrical contact. Space Invaders were the beginning of the end. So was Atari, Genesis and Nintendo. Back in those days you were very active and not bloating in a chair munching chips and soda.
I prefer to run a game on the computer. The only worry is either upgrading which is cheaper than building new systems or deploying a new platform every 10 years or so using what is still good from previous machines. I got a 8 year old computer in the corner waiting for a hard drive and serves as a back up if this machine ever goes down.
Try that with today's fancy tv console games. When THEY go down, you want to spend on a new one.
I play video games regularly but they come last after all the chores are done for the day. I probably put about an hour or so into the games several times a week IF it is a quiet week.
Sometimes I think the Internet is one big game... when I consider the actual use of the net for actual real-life needs like banking against hours just "Playing".
i have a Xbox 360, DS, genesis, gameboy color, and PC
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Since I play alot, might as well post.
I have an old GBA advance (broken), Nintendo DS, Nintendo Gamecube, PS2 at my dad's house, and the PC. Some of my favorite games are Sonic Adventure DX, Super Mario 64 DS, and Simpsons Hit and Run for the PC. I was trying to find Sonic Adventure 2: Battle but to no avail. Everytime I went to the video game section, there was only one small shelf for Gamecube games. This probably means the Gamecube breed is dying. Sad news, might have to get a Wii.
Any one have any idea as to where I can find SA2B in Vancouver?