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    Quote Originally Posted by JonathanFrakes View Post
    Star Wars - Which one?



    I didn't like Xenon 2. How hard was Xenon? I don't think I ever finished it
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    Used to be massively in to Civilization 1 and 2 when i were a lad! Recently downloaded CIV2 from best old games after a conversation with a mate reminiscing about it and have been playing it literally non-stop since, can't get enough of it!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ross9 View Post
    Turrican - remember the name and that I definately played it but have no idea what it involved lol.
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    On the amiga i liked:

    kid chaos

    soccer kid

    cannon fodder

    dennis the mennis

    They're the only ones i remember because i was about 5.

    Not quite retro enough, but found my mates ps1 in the loft a few months back and completed the crash bandicoots, die hard, duke nukem, cool boarders tekkens, mortal kombat, army men sarges heros. There was loads of games, it was good playing them again.
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    And in Turrican you could turn into a rolling shuriken that killed anything it touched. Belter.

    Civ 2 was one of the first PC games we got and it still works today on vista, albeit a little temperamentally. Quality game and not as complicated as it's successors which claim that musketmen can beat tanks because they're up a hill.

    Must say I haven't seen that version of Star Wars.

    Xenon was pretty hard, as was Xenon 2 and it had an awesome soundtrack that made it totally worth playing.

    My dad finished Xenon after many hours of cursing at the Amiga and was a proud man after it. I was too wrapped up in Frontier: Elite 2 which, although repetitive, was infinitely replayable.
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    The PS1 classics on the Playstation Network are definitely worth a punt if you own a PS3, they've got 2 of the Crash Bandicoots up. You can even download the whole game of Final Fantasy 7.

    Other quality Amiga games have come to mind which made me think, "The Bitmap Brothers ROCKED!"

    The Chaos Engine
    Speedball
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    Universal Soldier, ripped off Turrican so badly.

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    That Star Wars game was by Atari so I guess was only on the Atari ST. It was just called "Star Wars". Awesome game

    Thought of some more classics...

    Speedball 2: Brutal Deluxe
    Super Sprint
    ...and there was also a single screen isometric race game (track was mud with big hills) which I loved, but can't remember the name of. Probably began with an S, as most games do, lol.
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    Almost forgot an Amiga classic

    Zool
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    lol at the double mention of Speedball. I think we both have good taste.

    Didn't play Zool much, but it was decent. How about James Pond and the sequel? (I think there was a third but I never played it)

    Also, can't ever forget Sim City.
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