My first console was the NES and have been gaming on almost everything since then.
I want to give lot of kudos to the gog-team for making all these old games playable on newer systems.
I'm an avid fan of retro gaming since... Well, since I began to realise that many of my favourite games had become retro!
I'm currently run Swedens best retro gaming blog and hope to build on it further. (www.retroguiden.se
for those who know swedish).
I'm not to be confused with a collector. I care more for the art (the games themselves) than the physical package they come in, and I really think old games should be set free for everyone to enjoy. Having said that I think GOG is the next best thing since the prices are acceptable (9.99 is fine for a really good game but anything higher probably wouldnt get me to open my wallet) and they give the impression of having a lot of passion for this - just like me. :)
First game system: Odyssey2/Phillips G7000
Favourite game system: Master system/Amiga/Atari ST
Favoruite developer/publisher: Sierra on-line
Favourite game: Morrowind among many (How can you pick just one?)
Favourite genres: Point & click, sports, turn-based strategy, FPS, RPG...
Number of games beaten: Oh, probably 25 or so. I love to play but seldom finish the games. I've hade Morrowind for 7-8 years and still haven't finished the main quest. Sometimes a game is an experience that I never want to end!)
Playing right now: Morrowind, Oblivion, Psychonauts, FM10, PES10, Area-51, Broken sword 4...
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