>clear all the ET vermin from the inside of their ship >you previously shot a couple of their friends loitering around a barn and Farmer Zeb's turnip patch >mission still isn't over >there's still one last sonofabitch hiding somewhere >have a pretty good idea about just where he is >send rookie cannon fodder into barn >head upstairs >plasma shots ring out >rookie is kill >well now how am I gonna get this guy? He's on the top floor of the barn, he won't come out, and he's going to blast anyone I send up there >*snaps fingers* yeah, let's send out Rocket Launcher Boy >fug, he's a weak little rookie who struggles to carry around that big, heavy rocket launcher >take about 10 turns to get him into position >fire a small rocket into the top floor of the barn and blow the wall out >nope, still no sound of alien expiring >wait another turn >bastard still won't come out >aight, fine >load large rocket >fire into the barn again >alien death sound
Tell me your experiences, /vr/. Tell me your fucking experiences.
>from Toronto >local flea markets a shit >working in downtown today >have 3 hours of time to kill >see a retro store called Last Gen Retro and A&C >skip a&c and enter Last Gen >they call themselves last gen retro yet have a massive inventory of indiestation/xbone games >see their selection of retro >lots of sports or shovelware shit >see reproductions as well >Secret of Mana 2 (one of my fav games) is $95. >every other repro is 95 >literally kike central >I pick up Dragon Warrior for nes (no price tag) since I want to start the dq series (already wrote a list down of which versions to get for each dq) >bring it to the front entrance >"How much for this?" >"Whoa. Nice taste! That's a great RPG." >he picks it up >he examines it >"Label's in pristine condition..." >flips it around and stares at the back >his eyes are wide open >"Oh... This one's got the golden label! It's the rare version of the game." >Immediately after I said "nevermind" and stormed out
Any second later that I stood in there I probably would have grabbed his fat fucking neck and drag him above the counter. I wanted to punch his stupid face. What a fucking prick. Every save enabled game has golden labels on the back. Remind me to never go there again because I might seriously beat the shit out of that obese idiot.
Let's have a nice FO 1&2 thread, shall we?
With Fallout 4 coming I've decided to play Fallout 1 and 2 again, but I end up doing the same build I did for the first time and playing in the same way.
What are the most fun builds and ways to play it?
Was there a limit to how big a cartridge had to be and the data it could store or did everybody stick with the default size for formality? Why couldn't some random video game artisan build a longer cartridge for extra data?
Do you think that 10 or 20 years from now 5th generation consoles will be viewed the same as 2nd gen? Too simple and ugly. I think some people already view 5th gen graphics as too ugly.
Don't get me wrong. I like the 2600. I was born well after the 2600 and still think the games on it are fun. Some neat stuff on there. However, there's a pretty widespread opinion of it being too simple to play in modern times. Almost forgotten except for the occasional eceleb mentioning some shitty game on it.