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Am playing Dark Omen. I found an emulator which actually works on Windows 7. WoW patch 5.0 is active, but without MOP kinda pointless to grind.

So heres my list:

Home world (the first original one)
Red Alert 2 & Yuri's revenge
Dark Omen
Ground Control (first one)
Warcraft 2 & 3
Delta force (Anyone remember the series?)
Project IGI
Dungeon Siege
C&C Generals & Generals Zero hour.
C&C Tiberian sun
Of course ... WOW
 

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Super Nintendo
Super Mario Brothers
Disney's Aladdin
Disney's The Lion King
Joe & Mac
Donkey Kong Country

Nintendo 64
The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time
The Legend of Zelda: Majora's Mask
Goldeneye 007
Banjo Kazooie
Mario Party
Yoshi's Story
 

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When you said "Old School Video Games", I thought of Bagman, Frogger, Mappy, and Bomb Jack...

But I did really enjoy the Donkey Kong Country games, too...
 

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Am playing Dark Omen. I found an emulator which actually works on Windows 7. WoW patch 5.0 is active, but without MOP kinda pointless to grind.

So heres my list:

Home world (the first original one)
Red Alert 2 & Yuri's revenge
Dark Omen
Ground Control (first one)
Warcraft 2 & 3
Delta force (Anyone remember the series?)
Project IGI
Dungeon Siege
C&C Generals & Generals Zero hour.
C&C Tiberian sun
Of course ... WOW
Lol... old school? I don't think I've heard of any of those games.

I grew up on Nintendo and Sega Genesis...

Mike Tyson Punch out
Super Mario Brothers
Double Dragon
Super Tecmo Bowl
The original Madden football games
Sonic
Prime Time football
Joe Montana Football
NBA Jam
Mortal Kombat

Now those were video games.
 

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Wolfenstein 3D was a great game. I had all sorts of custom WAD's installed for that, great reply value. I even got into building my own levels for awhile.

Same with the original DOOM though I didn't get into modding that quite as much.

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Final Fantasy VI (Super Nintendo, sold as III in the United States, but it was sixth in the series and sold as VI in Japan) is one I still get a lot of entertainment from. The depth of story behind all the characters, and the depth of story just for the main game continually astonishes me. And the musical score is great, to boot.

I played Medievia years and years ago, when it was a much younger game and you logged into it via the telnet client. Text-based MMO game. Lots of fun. I think I was halfway through reincarnation and running through a secondary class (cleric/rogue, IIRC) when I quit playing.
 
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