Nah, just joking. I look a lot scarier during hangover than that little screamer-girl of yours.
Guess who just did a guru move!? Me, baby! Das was ich! I've just got one of my dearest childhood games to work on Win7 - Tomb Raider II (1997). Doggone, people, I was only 9 at the time! And I still finish the levels with the "I think I needed to go here... I think there were enemies here..." -feeling!
I think I'm rather moved... so I'll move on to the next levels. One of my favourites is on now, the Opera House. So dark and gloomy, filled with traps and other hazards... Back then, I was scared. Now, I'm thrilled.
Hey, people - what games did you play when you were kids? I'll tell you about my Amiga 500 / NES -adventures later.
By the by, to everyone thinking of saying "Oh, yes, I've played "Tomb Raider: Anniversary", it's the same thing, innit?" I say, "Aw, heck no it ain't!" - fair enough, Anniversary is a very, very interesting and intriguing (and excellent) remake of TR1, but there's nothing - nothing - in comparison to the enemies of old school of Tomb Raiders, when you actually scream "Hey! That hurts!" in the midst of the game.
I think I'll actually stick on Tekken 3 after reaching the underwater levels. I feel rather... nostalgic? (Oi, British/American members, how is it spelt, really?)
This post was edited by Kogamitsu (2010-11-27 23:09, 7 years ago)