Separate names with a comma.
Discussion in 'Gear' started by Big TT, Jan 13, 2012.
I;m the only one who plays the interactive Novel genre?
I am old school also, someone has to teach the young ones the real deal.
I've never gotten into anime or foreign games and what-not.
I love gaming, but I'd rather read a book.
The most recent battlefield is lights out.
I've never heard or tried any but I think I will.
My fave is the Ace Attorney series 1-3
Another I love but also part RPG is Infinite Space on DS as well
I am more of a book reader, but not because I do not like games.
I just think that I would get so addicted to gaming that it would become counterproductive...
And I am 45....and actually surprised that there are more folks in my age group here than I was thinking.
You book folks, this is the best of both worlds...improved typing skills, spelling, vocabulary... and you get to blast zombies.
Funny thing was it improved typing skills.
Mario Teaches Typing
Typing of the dead was a fantastic quirky game. Another reason Dreamcast is my fave system ever. So ahead of it's time. Sega fans often attribute Xbox brand as an offshoot of Dreamcast. DC ran Windows CE Xbox development used DC's when using test players to see what they want in a system and the Xbox controllers very similar to DC plus online where DC was the first to have online built in and have downloadable games.