Carnium wrote:C=64 days (1989-1991)
1. Pirates! (amazing game for its day!)
3. Diplomacy (God I loved that game)
3. Johnny Reb 2 (my first turn based wargame. Love at the first sight :coeurs
4. Barbarian: The Ultimate Warrior (before Mortal Kombat, there was Barbarian)
5. Laser Squad (absolute loved it!)
PC Days (1991-present)
1. AACW (still the best. Not just a game, but an incredible experience!)
2. NHL Eastside Hockey Manager 2005-2007 (researched for, tested and loved it - best hockey management games EVER!)
3a. Panzer General (so simple, yet so addictive)
3b. Norm Koger's The Operational Art of War series (amazing database, interesting engine and some fantastic scenarios - the Korea one, made by Norm himself, is still a masterpiece!).
Before AGEOD there was TOAW for me
4a: North&South (incredible game, best multi player on one computer)
4b: Wing Commander series (never really liked such games, but this one was AMAZING)
5. Total War series (always rushed and full of bugs.. but hard to resist because user modifications are improving them 200%)
gekkoguy82 wrote:Carnium: You may be interested to know that there's a game currently in development by Out of the Park Developments called Franchise Hockey Manager '13, which seems to me to be the spiritual successor to the EHM games I think it looks fantastic.
I'm trying to play Skyrim at the moment and it keeps crashing. I wish it wouldn't - it looks wonderful and makes me feel like I am actually in a dungeon.
However as it seems that I won't be able to play it on the PC I have (a PC I spent a lot of money on to be able to play games like this)
Blind Sniper wrote:It is, a milestone!
Strange, which kind of computer do you have?
Pocus wrote:I also played a lot of WW2 games, never finding the 'sweet spot' somehow, they always had some things that I disliked, but Strategic Command and Hearts of Iron I&II, I played them significantly.
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