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Old 11-07-2016, 02:39 PM   #9
Grayback
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Originally Posted by Onkel Neal View Post
I'm with you, I have most of the old games and the boxes+manuals, media, and I keep a Pentium 133 machine with DOS and Win95 to run them on. Sadly, all that is still packed away for a few more years.
Can totally relate - I remember getting my copy of Red Storm Rising - that big red box brimming with keyboard overlays, the foldout guide to Russian subs and, of course, a stack of 3.5" disks all needed to hold the files that will now fit on a microSD card the size of your fingernail. I remember unpacking that thing certain that I'd never learn to play the game.
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