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12-13-2012, 08:58 PM
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here's a few more old faves of mine off GOG ...

Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Fathers (was one of the first games i ever owned on PC ....might have been the 2nd one i bought)
http://www.gog.com/gamecard/gabriel_...of_the_fathers

Out of this World (actually owned this on the SNES, before i ever owned a PC. completed it many times tho ...really liked it)
http://www.gog.com/gamecard/another_...ersary_edition

MDK (this game kinda blew me away when it first came out. there was really nothing else like it ...at least as far as i can remember)
http://www.gog.com/gamecard/mdk

Phantasmagoria (was the biggest game ever released at the time. came out on 7 CDs and was probably the most 'mature' game i ever played back then. had a bit of nudity (which was totally uncommon in games at the time, and some really disturbing and gory death scenes. it also had a r*** scene ...which is something you don't ever see too often in games)
http://www.gog.com/gamecard/phantasmagoria

Giants: Citizen Kabuto (i remember this was one of the first games that made use of 'T&L' tech (transform and lightning) on the first Nvidia Geforce cards. after all the hype about how awesome this game was gonna look, i finally picked it up and was pretty blown away by the graphics (i believe i was running a Geforce 256 at the time). aside from having some really nice graphics (pretty awesome for its time), it was a pretty good game, too.
http://www.gog.com/gamecard/giants_citizen_kabuto


and here's the very first game i ever bought on PC. i actually bought
it before i even had my PC (got the PC a couple weeks later).
The 7th Guest
http://www.gog.com/gamecard/the_7th_guest
some of those puzzles were frickin hard ...ended up using a walkthough for some of them. anyway ...after playing SNES games for a couple years and then seeing 7th Guest, on CD no less, ...well, i was quite blown away to say the least. i don't think i ever turned the SNES on again ...eventually selling it and all my games (had around 30 SNES games when i sold it). the PC gamer in me was born.

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