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  1. I had a Genie for the Genesis.
  2. Nah I didn't follow it that closely, I do remember trying all kinds of attempts to adapt the code over to SNES(hmm, no C button but I could try X or Y!). Plus I never had a Genie for SNES anyway.
  3. If that's true then why even bother with gaming on a PC? Just get an Xbox One or whatever and be done with it.

    Game Preservation

    I agree with you here. With a lot of these games requiring check-ins online with these DRM servers what if they decide they don't want to maintain them anymore?

    Envelope Art in the 90's! Were you into it?

    I remember some envelope art or letter art in Gamepro. Some of it was quite good!

    Games you are currently playing or recently beaten

    YES! I really enjoyed that game when I beat it last summer. I'm currently working on a ton of stuff. I have a backlog of about 15 Xbox One games, 10 PS4, countless Wii stuff, 30+ 3DS, SOO much crap for 360 and PS3 (especially with the free games I get every month from Live and PS+), plus the Steam stuff. Ugh, I'll never finish. The only games I can really get dedicated to are mobile stuff so 3DS and Vita. To answer the question of the post: Starfox 64 3D(just trying to gold medal all levels) and Senran Kagura on 3DS.
  7. Cost of entry is too high for most people. Console games are way more accessible. Honestly what kind of games can you play on a $350 pc? Not much, only old stuff really. Don't get me wrong, I have a pretty decent PC but I think a lot of people saying that PC gaming is cheaper are probably just pirating software.
  8. I immediately thought of the Konami code even before clicking the post. Blood code was a good one too. I remember wanting a Genesis JUST FOR THAT because my friend could play MK in all its bloody glory and I was stuck with the lame SNES version with barely any blood.

    What's your best gaming memory from the past?

    When I got my PS2. I was the first out of all my friends that got one and it was just so awesome and advanced at the time. I could play DVD movies and amazing games, it was just incredible.
  10. KHANV1CT

    What was the first gaming mag you purchased?

    I was just at the grocery store one day and it was the only videogame magazine they had and I begged my grandma to buy it for me. She actually used to work for one of those telemarketer services that sold subscriptions so she could get me Gamepro and Nintendo Power practically for free. So I had those coming in and I would buy EGM off the newsstand. I really can't choose between EGM and Gamepro being my favorite from the old days. I really got addicted to them because they featured tips, tricks, and strategies that I never knew about. Keep in mind I had no idea about strategy guides until a visit to Electronics Boutique to pick up MK3 on Genesis.
  11. KHANV1CT

    Whats your favorite classic video game magazine?

    EGM was my gateway mag. I used to love them all though, I can't really choose one.
  12. KHANV1CT

    What was the first gaming mag you purchased?

    Wow, that looks pretty dated!
  13. I have a Lenovo Flex 3 (15" screen) that can flip all the way back so it's like a huge tablet. Then I use Sumatra Portable to open the .cbr and read it feels like I'm reading a magazine!
  14. Mine was Electronic Gaming Monthly issue 76 (Twisted Metal Cover). After that I started buying all kinds(Gamepro, EGM2, Tips and Tricks...). I used to have hundreds of issues, but sadly I got rid of them.
  15. I think it's a good thing. Sometimes you just want to play the game and skip the BS. If you don't like the features, don't use them and play them as they were intended to be played.