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User Info: Emulator

Emulator
3 months ago#11
Just added this board to my favorites.
Hey, lightning, you can visit my board about discussion of fictional characters. See board #1471.
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User Info: lightningxiii-2

lightningxiii-2
3 months ago#12
Emulator posted...
Just added this board to my favorites.
Hey, lightning, you can visit my board about discussion of fictional characters. See board #1471.

Can't find it. Any links?
Horror fans are welcome on the horror board https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/boards/1482-horror-games
My dearest beloved Light you will remain my love for eternity

User Info: yadehtsiyadot

yadehtsiyadot
3 months ago#13
GCN is probably my favorite console. The main console I am playing on now is a PS4.
Bloodborne: https://www.youtube.com/PraiseTheHunt
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User Info: lightningxiii-2

lightningxiii-2
3 months ago#14
yadehtsiyadot posted...
GCN is probably my favorite console. The main console I am playing on now is a PS4.

Seems my topic title needs some editing!
Horror fans can discuss horror games here: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/boards/1482-horror-games
My dearest beloved Light, you will remain my love for eternity

User Info: darthcorpse

darthcorpse
3 months ago#15
The consoles I own are:

Wii U
PS2
GC
N64
GBA
GBC
3DS
PC (well, it is a gaming platform among other things)
NES Classic (if that counts)

I can't really pick a favourite, but I guess the 3DS and N64 are probably quite high, as is my Wii U, whereas I don't spend much time gaming on the PC.

User Info: CatsNeverDie

CatsNeverDie
3 months ago#16
Xbox One

User Info: gwwak

gwwak
3 months ago#17
Tag
Hardcore - We'll probably be modded for this...
Come visit The Range http://www.gamefaqs.com/boards/1003-

User Info: ShinChuck

ShinChuck
3 months ago#18
Main is PC, but my favorites are the SNES, Dreamcast, and Saturn.
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User Info: lightningxiii-2

lightningxiii-2
3 months ago#19
ShinChuck posted...
Main is PC, but my favorites are the SNES, Dreamcast, and Saturn.

You're a PC gamer, why would you say that?! PC has always been my only, and of course favorite, console. Nothing can compete with a good PC.
Horror fans can discuss horror games here: https://gamefaqs.gamespot.com/boards/1482-horror-games
My dearest beloved Light, you will remain my love for eternity

User Info: ShinChuck

ShinChuck
3 months ago#20
lightningxiii-2 posted...
ShinChuck posted...
Main is PC, but my favorites are the SNES, Dreamcast, and Saturn.

You're a PC gamer, why would you say that?! PC has always been my only, and of course favorite, console. Nothing can compete with a good PC.


The nice thing about modern PC gaming is that you can access all of the above, and in terms of quality, PC totally reigns supreme! Objectively, you can't get any better choice, and if I could only take one device to a deserted island, of course it's PC, because I'll be able to take all of the above and more with me.

However, it wasn't PC gaming that I have fond memories of playing into the wee hours of the night on weekends as a kid, or, more importantly, that opened my eyes to whole new worlds and a growing appreciation for the art of games.

The SNES really blew my mind with the deep story telling of Final Fantasy 4 and 6, and games like Donkey Kong Country 2 were just incredible artistic feats. The Saturn took it to another level, with CD-quality music, RPGs that were even more expansive and unique, and games like NiGHTS into Dreams showed you could have beautiful, deep experiences not focused on the typical tropes of killing.

Then we have the Dreamcast, the system that really showed me just what the future held. Soul Calibur was a visual feast. PowerStone released nearly alongside Smash Brothers, showing just how much innovation was still to be mined from the fighting genre. Skies of Arcadia was a colorful ode to adventure in a world of angry, angsty RPGs, and Shenmue...

Well, talk about opening my mind! This was proof of how deep and artistic games could really be, and not only hinted at the open-world future of gaming, but showed how it didn't have to be mindless expanses of cookie-cutter NPCs to mow down in a care, instead delivering a detailed world showcasing everyday life in Japan that is still unsurpassed in gaming to this day.
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