Games of my Childhood6votes I like it
ShmenonPie says: The best thing about owning this on CD was that it has a manual as thick as most short novels, which is full of random information about the universe of Arcanum, and it's a fantastic read. The game is also fantastic fun, of course.
ShmenonPie says: I was always enthralled with this because it was just so different to all the other games I was playing at the time, and it was so much fun, especially tracking down animals and photographing them. Me and my aunty used to spend ages playing this.
ShmenonPie says: I remember my dad had Duke 3D on the PS1, and one time I had a sneaky play of it when nobody was looking, and it was a ton of fun. It was a little too hard for me at the time, but it's a joy to go back and revisit it.
ShmenonPie says: Admittedly, this isn't quite as good as the others, but it was still one of those games I used to play the hell out of when I was younger. The bizarre nature of the EWJ universe really clicked with me, and I loved all the characters.
ShmenonPie says: I remember being really rubbish at this. To my mind, it was so much harder than Age of Empires, and I got into a pretty massive tantrum trying to beat some of the missions, but it was always so moreish.
ShmenonPie says: Icewind Dale was pretty much the staple video game for playing on a Saturday evening when I used to go to my dad's house every weekend. The number of times I've played the opening of this game is untrue, but I was never good enough to get very far...
ShmenonPie says: Giving this game, a brutally hard and intelligent puzzler with mature themes, to a small child, should have been a disaster. It wasn't. I had more fun with this game than almost any other on the PS1, thanks to the challenge.
ShmenonPie says: Having played the sequel first, I was always less enamored with this game than its successor, but it was still an incredibly rewarding and challenging game to play.
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