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I've been playing Skyrim for awhile. Yeah it's a dinosaur of a game but still fun. I take pride in the fact that I'm closing in on my 2nd million $'s worth of gold. lol
nice..i need to get back into that..rumor has been about for a bit now its being re-worked to come over to the x1 and PS4...
i heard it was ported for xb1 as a foundation for fallout 4
not like bethesda needs the money but if/when it gets ported its gonna make a killing...cause i will indeed buy it again lol
well ill be happy if they just make it backwards compatible on xb1
i am sure that will come sooner...hoping that and RDR go backwards compatible
vote on here https://xbox.uservoice.com/forums/298503-backwards-compatibility
I love video games but am definitely more of retro gamer as my most current system is a Nintendo Wii.
I love video games but am definitely more of retro gamer, as my most current system is a Nintendo Wii.
get out of here JK i think my last Nintendo console was n64
thats fine..talk all about it lol havent had a nintendo system since SNES lol
It's always the same story with Nintendo: A great first party system but a glut of third party shovelware. I'm ok with that as long as the core first party games provide you with enough breadth of experience and Nintendo usually always at least covers that. I think the SNES is my favorite system of that generation though.
lol got me beat..unless emulators count
site i currently love more then i should..gog.com
i do want to get one of these http://hyperkin.com/Retron5/
I do a lot of emulation on my computer. I'm using openemu for OSX mostly. I also picked up a cheap PSP awhile back and loaded a memory stick up with retro system emulators.
I've been playing the hell out of OpenXCOM http://openxcom.org Those guys have done some impressive stuff making the game work on modern PCs.I went on a buying spree and got Fallout 1-2, Jagged Alliance 1-2, God...what else...Baldur's Gate, Planescape Torment...I haven't done that in years. I kind of hate buying old games because in many cases all that exists is the property rights held by some or other; the original developers are long gone. But...GoG's stuff always works on modern PC's.
Has anyone followed the drama that is Gamer Gate?
love gog...you could get lost for hours browsing all the old shtuff they got..i got all the old gold box D&D games when they were on sale a few months ago