it's a great game, very very funny
Wife > How come there is a guy your age play with a Nintendo DS?
Me > Today, it was with a PSP
Wife > It's the same.
Me > Well I suppose it's my generation. The previous generation would simply spend time on the couch drinking beers and watching stupid sport games on TV; at least I use my brain when I play video games and I am not an alcoholic."
it is, I bought a PSP; best game ever. We should start commanding fleet with a drum or effect kit. Pon Pon Pata Pon!
Average age of a gamer in Australia is 28, in the United States market the largest demographic is males 18-30 and the 2nd largest is females 18-30. Just a little over 5% of the gamers in United States are senior citizens.
It's hilarious, after a while it just becomes addicting.
They already have a DS each with a R4, I'll get them PSPs in December. I just hope the PSP-3000 will be cracked by then.
Funny thing about the PSP is that all my friends who had one were showing really shitty FPS game with shitty chunky graphics so I thought the system was shit. I didn't realise there were so many cool titles such as patapon, locoroco, silent hill origin, katamari, tekken, gitaroo, etc.
[i]Leaving the game? Send your stuffz to "Other Ideas", preferably with a very long contract[/i] - :v: [SIZE="4"]? ? ?[/SIZE]
I dunno if Im first or second gen. I had an Amstrad pcp 464 with green screen. Then I got a colour adapter for my birthday.
Also played pon on an atari 16
The Acorn Atom is a Brittish console machine featuring a 6502 processor, 2K of RAM (expandable), full sized keyboard and an integer only BASIC interpreter which could be upgraded to floating point. This is one of the few machines from the era which did NOT use a variant of Microsoft BASIC. It is capable of 256x192 pixel graphics which is considerably better than most\ similar machines from the time.
That was my first
Brings back good memories , writing code with my grand father to make it do stuff. My hacking days reached its pinnacle when I hacked tie fighter on my 486. It used a manual copy protection, it asked you what word was in a specific line on some page. Tok along time to read the code and sif through the answers. 1 month later I got a copy of tie fighter with the copy protection cracked, so after that I left it to the pros :P
I had a french Thomson MO5 running Microsoft Basic. At the time Oric Atmos and ZX Spectrum were really popular. It was 1984.
In 1987, I worked all summer to buy myself a Commodore Amiga 500. I remember the shop didn't have any original games and gave me copies of Defender of The Crown, Deluxe Paint, Mirror Copy, Marble Madness.
Thomson MO5 , nice machine
I feel so young. I didn't even turn on a computer until 1989.
Missed a trick with this, should of said "Because I enjoy playing with myself"
I had a Apple II+ and then a Apple II GS...
I remember hacking my first game copy protection that way.
A batch file that ran the game and answered the question with "the" "and" "I". after a few loops one of those words would be the right answer and you were in. Carnt for the life of me remember what game it was but it was on a IBM XT. Probably the hunt for red October or something like that.