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Whats you all time favourite???  

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  1. 1. Whats you all time favourite???

    • Snes
      0
    • Magadrive
      0
    • Amiga
      3
    • Dreamcast
      0
    • Playstation 1&2
      2
    • gamecube
      0
    • PC
      4
    • Commodore 64
      0
    • Spectrum +2+3
      0
    • Amstrad cpc 464
      0


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i gotta say amiga for the shear playability of the games

ok ps and xbox have some good games and awesome graphics, cut scenes etc. but alot of this shadows a good game these days

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Sega Saturn .. for the Vurtua Fighter series ..

you can get em on the dreamcast :D you can only have ten choices on a poll but there are propably atleast 20 that could be up there......sega game gear's another good one.

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Sega Saturn .. for the Vurtua Fighter series ..

Go on that man :thumbsup:

I tell you what me and bibbs seem to have very similar opinions.

The Sega Saturn was the best console ever created bar none!

I love the console so much i have two! Daytona Usa, the Virtua Fighter Series, Sonic R and the daddy of all games SEGA RALLY!!!!

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I sold my Saturn with 30 games to fund my Dreamcast ..

What was the Satrun game with All the Virtua fighters .. and the ones from the other game ..

Fighters Megamix?

Even had a character from Virtua Cop where he specail move was to put out a gun and shoot the oposition ..

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I sold my Saturn with 30 games to fund my Dreamcast ..

I've still got my dreamcast, virtua tennis 2, a fantastic game. I've got virtua fighter 3tb but i think thats a bit crap personally.

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a pc will always be better than a console imho

It's hard for it t be social though .. an Xbox can just be plugged into the telly for after pub games for you and 3 mates ..

But a pc (cause of cost and the way technology works) will always be better ..

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ooooooo.....now i want it...hang on, i've got it, i'll have a look now..... 

I get the MR2 and find myself driving slowly around London .. That should get you a load of Kudos ..

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a pc will always be better than a console imho

It's hard for it t be social though .. an Xbox can just be plugged into the telly for after pub games for you and 3 mates ..

But a pc (cause of cost and the way technology works) will always be better ..

true say, playing halo on xbox with 7 other people and 2 tvs is wicked, although online pc games can be just as fun, but not as social in the "real" sense.

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ooooooo.....now i want it...hang on, i've got it, i'll have a look now..... 

I get the MR2 and find myself driving slowly around London .. That should get you a load of Kudos ..

:( just had a little look, can't have an mr2 without playing it for a while. give me something to do when i get a day off work i suppose <_< or i could just go for a drive in my mr2 :D

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