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Bernard 5 month s ago
#13 "that one horror game by Konami that would heat up the floppy disk to make the room smell like blood?"
yeah, no. Never happened.
       
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Gregory 5 month s ago
#19 yes, that is a definite yes.
       
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Silla 5 month s ago
Take 2022 and bring 1992
       
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Louis 5 month s ago
A 90's thing. Video games you physically owned and lasted forever. You could sell, trade and swap with friends. Now what do you do when the internet goes out or Steam isn't available? Sit. Wait. Like good little server dependent drones.
       
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"This is probably more late 90s/early 00s than the 90s as a whole, but a social media-less internet.

It felt like an escape from real life, as opposed to an extension of it."

 

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