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Old 09-06-2017, 01:33 PM   #31
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I mostly play computer games. My son took our NES and Atari 7000. I told him to bring them back. He still hasn't. Anyway, most of my old computer games won't play on Windows 10 so I play them on my old computer (XP)

I've got an old computer down in the basement just for the old DOS games and older Windows games since they won't run on newer systems.
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Old 09-06-2017, 05:48 PM   #32
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My son has a Play Station II and a Wii. He plays some of the older games, mainly racing type games. I play a few games on my Samsung tablet, Blackjack, Solitaire, Wheel of Fortune, a Bowling game and a Skee ball game.
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Old 09-06-2017, 10:31 PM   #33
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for me game systems i owned my whole life are:
intellivision it was kind of like nintendo this was my first game system!! but it was classic games like cool aid men & burger time!!
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we wii nintendo me my mom & Dad did get the we nintendo i didn't really like it much!!

before game systems came out me my brother & my dad would go to our mall they had an arcade room!! then we used to collect hand held video games before we had nintendo!! i always wanted an game boy but i didn't wont one cause when they first came out it was black & white! then it came out in color but my mom didn't wont me to get an game boy!! i did have sega genesis game gear it was in color i had it for long time!! just few years ago i recently gotten rid of it! then my mom & dad got me an play station vita but i didn't like it the games was hard getting in & out of the game system!! i wish i would have gotten nintendo 3ds !
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Few days ago I reinstalled Fallout Tactics, haven't played it in years. This was Fallout's take on a strategy game. I'd forgotten R Lee Ermey provided one of the voices. Reminds me of games like Jagged Alliance 1 and 2, the X-Com games. Loved all these games.
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I have some sports simulation games on my DOS computer that I like to play. I have a game called Big League Basketball which simulates NBA basketball, also have APBA's hockey game which simulates NHL hockey. For the basketball game, I have every NBA season from 1986-87 to 2003-04. For the hockey game, I have only two NHL seasons, 1974-75 and 1975-76, but that's good enough for me, those are the only seasons I want.

It's fun to play these games, simulate past seasons and see how close the results turn out compared to the actual season.
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I still play video games from time to time. I was more into the 1990's games. That's when Sega and SNES were the big two. I can remember sinking hours upon hours playing games like Super Mario World, Final Fantasy III, and Saturday Night Slam Masters. I used to host Killer Instinct and TMNT Tournament Fighter nights every weekend at my parents old house. The newest console I have is a PS4, but I'm not really into the whole online aspect. I rather just sit on my couch eating funyuns playing games like EA UFC 2 or MLB The Show 17.
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