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Old June 16 2013, 04:38 PM   #121
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My games collection is a mixture of the odd shooter or racing game, with a lot more platformers, puzzle games, themed games, random quirky ones etc
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I don't have a collection any more, really, traded most in. What I kept was Prince of Persia collection, Spider-Man, Uncharted series, Super Mario games, Silent Hill, Mass Effect series. But basically it's a mix of everything, including action games, adventure games, open world, shooters, puzzle games, platformers, strategy and indie game.
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Old June 16 2013, 05:23 PM   #123
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But Nintendo's philosophy of doing games you enjoy playing and going back to is the right one for me, I'd take that over Microsoft's "Throw $200m at it and make generic action shooter 3."
That's my problem with the PS3 and 360, I feel that they are just consoles to shoot things. Sure there is a random other game (And sports games, but I rather just play the sport) but how many times can I shoot something and not get bored by it.
How. very. wrong.
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Old June 17 2013, 02:50 PM   #124
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I don't have a collection any more, really, traded most in. What I kept was Prince of Persia collection, Spider-Man, Uncharted series, Super Mario games, Silent Hill, Mass Effect series. But basically it's a mix of everything, including action games, adventure games, open world, shooters, puzzle games, platformers, strategy and indie game.
I still have most of my games for over a dozen consoles.
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Old June 17 2013, 05:19 PM   #125
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I don't have a collection any more, really, traded most in. What I kept was Prince of Persia collection, Spider-Man, Uncharted series, Super Mario games, Silent Hill, Mass Effect series. But basically it's a mix of everything, including action games, adventure games, open world, shooters, puzzle games, platformers, strategy and indie game.
I still have most of my games for over a dozen consoles.
Yeah, same. I've mostly switched over to using my Wii or PSP to emulate my classic systems, but I can't quite bring myself to get rid of my older systems or games.
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