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Your first FPS?

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  • #91
    Wolfenstein was the first that I remember and really strayed away from the shooters until Metal Gear Solid. I've been kind of hooked on that series and the Tom Clancy stuff is pretty good as well. Nothing too hard core.
    There's No Such Thing As "Only A Simulation"

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    • #92
      Originally posted by oldmgunner View Post
      Wolfenstein was the first that I remember and really strayed away from the shooters until Metal Gear Solid. I've been kind of hooked on that series and the Tom Clancy stuff is pretty good as well. Nothing too hard core.
      While I certainly can't fit into the oldschool Tom Clancy crowd (the original Ghost Recons, Rainbow Six, etc--haven't played those), I have played most all of the Splinter Cells except Double Agent and Blacklist, and played the latter 3 Ghost Recons: Advanced Warfighter, Advanced Warfighter 2, and Future Soldier.

      But I definitely don't have Tom Clancy video gaming roots back down to Red Storm Entertainment (IIRC that's where they first came from).
      "A foolish man thinks he knows everything if placed in unexpected difficulty; but he knows not what to answer, if to the test he is put."

      --Hávamál

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      • #93
        Good old Wolfenstein 3d was my first FPS experience...with cousin's 386 25mhz.

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        • #94
          Mine was 007 Nightfire... Incredible game.

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          • #95
            DOOM for me. I'm not sure how I graduated college given the amount of time I spent on playing it.

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            • #96
              Originally posted by SegaSaturnGamer View Post
              What was the first FPS you ever played? Mine was Quake on the Sega Saturn and Wolfenstein 3D on PC.
              Wolfenstein 3D on PC and Metal Gear Solid on Playstation (PS1)
              There's No Such Thing As "Only A Simulation"

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              • #97
                Cowboys and Indians.
                Wack tac mac hey.
                Regards.
                Grishnak.

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